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Emily Plahn

Emily is a Systems Engineer on Danfoss’ Autonomy team and is responsible for developing and testing autonomous control software for off-highway vehicle applications. Before joining Autonomy, she designed a new electronics housing and developed software as a Product Engineer on Danfoss’ intelligent electrohydraulic mobile valve. Prior to joining Danfoss, Emily designed award winning lacrosse sticks as a Product Engineer at Epoch Sports, a start-up sporting goods company based in the Twin Cities. Emily studied Mechanical Engineering at the University of Minnesota.


Level-up and accelerate your road to autonomy

Those thinking that machine autonomy is a vision of the future need to think again. Autonomy increases the value of machines by enabling greater precision, increasing safety, and boosting productivity. This added value for end users translates to a competitive advantage for OEMs. Autonomous solutions from Danfoss are already in use in many industries. In this session we look into a use case. Where the Danfoss Autonomy Custom Engineering Services (ACES) team worked with an OEM to create a custom application - using the PLUS+1 Autonomy platform and advanced sensor management. We will show how you can do it too.