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Paul Golata joined Mouser Electronics in 2011. As a Senior Technology Specialist, Paul contributes to Mouser’s success through driving strategic leadership, tactical execution, and the overall product-line and marketing directions for advanced technology related products. He provides design engineers with the latest information and trends in electrical engineering by delivering unique and valuable technical content that facilitates and enhances Mouser Electronics as the preferred distributor of choice.

Before joining Mouser Electronics, Paul served in various manufacturing, marketing, and sales related roles for Hughes Aircraft Company, Melles Griot, Piper Jaffray, Balzers Optics, JDSU, and Arrow Electronics. He holds a BSEET from the DeVry Institute of Technology (Chicago, IL); an MBA from Pepperdine University (Malibu, CA); an MDiv w/BL from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary (Fort Worth, TX); and a PhD from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary (Fort Worth, TX).


Using Logic to Understand Programmable Logic Devices Paul Golata
Like human minds, computing devices require logic to process information. Programmable logic devices (PLDs) follow a specific set of instructions to control, compute, store, manage, and manipulate electronic information. Several categories of PLDs exist, providing design flexibility.

Redefining the Basic Measurements of Physics Paul Golata
Redefining scientific measurements to set new parameters within the International System of Units is the first step towards eliminating vagueness and achieving more accuracy in mathematics, physics, and engineering.

Hail the New Tale in Retail: Data Driven IoT Promotes Change Paul Golata
In order to stay competitive with the cut-throat competition that exists, retail businesses, to survive, will need to take advantage of every opportunity to differentiate themselves, provide exceptional value, and be efficient. Data-driven IoT and sensors will be one way that companies at the cutting edge of B2C will respond most intelligently and successfully to their marketspace.

Unintended Consequences: Adjusting LED Lighting Design Paul Golata
As engineers, we need to ensure that future lighting designs make greater use of external shielding and electronic controls to optimize when, where, and how much light is displayed. Our design goals will subsequently reflect not just attention to the raw light output, but how the light is properly contextually bracketed to meet the needs of the biological environment—human, animal, and plant—to also minimize light pollution.

Shaping Smarter Cities: Conquering Vertigo: MEMs In Augmented Reality Paul Golata
Micro-electrical mechanical systems (MEMS) technology is at the core of augmented reality applications and eliminates the potential for vertigo.

Shaping Smarter Cities: Engineers Are Attaching to Augmented Reality Paul Golata
Augmented reality headsets provide a quick, direct connection between people’s vision and their mind, providing the needed data at the right time.

Shaping Smarter Cities: Simplifying The Tangled Beanstalk: LED Lighting Connections Sprout Up In Vertical Farming Paul Golata
Vertical farming is coming to urban centers, and with it, the need for large LED lighting deployments.

Shaping Smarter Cities: Farming Against the Grain: Intelligent Analog Solutions for Smart Agriculture in Deep Space Paul Golata
What sort of technologies would be needed to grow our food in space?

Shaping Smarter Cities:
Driving Our Way into the Future
Paul Golata
Technologically advanced and connected vehicles could one day make our cites smarter and easier to travel.

Shaping Smarter Cities:
What Happens When Cities Get an IQ?
Paul Golata
Designing a smarter city means connecting things together. Low power wireless protocols are intended to connect things together to create a city that can react to events and movement within itself.

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