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Adam Taylor is a Head of Engineering - Systems at E2V, he was previously the Head of Electronic Design at Europe's leading Space company Astrium, where he had a dual role as Head Of Electronic Design and a Responsible Engineer leading product development. In this role he lead the development of the latest generation of Space based telecommunications processors based around the Virtex 5 QV and Deep Submicron ASIC technology. He has spent the last 13 years developing both hardware and FPGA solutions for telecommunications, cryptographic, radar, safety critical systems, and thermal imaging systems, among others. Having worked with reliable design techniques for many years he has a desire to formalise his experiences and knowledge in book which he is currently working upon. He is a Chartered Engineer and a Fellow of the Institute of Engineering and Technology



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