DEARBORN - Henry Huang, a technical specialist with Ford’s Infotainment & Connectivity electrical engineering team, is Test & Measurement World magazine’s 2011 Test Engineer of the Year.
The award was presented to Huang Wednesday evening by Rick Nelson, editorial director, Test & Measurement World, during the Embedded Systems Conference Silicon Valley in San Jose, Calif.
Test engineers ensure that products meet the quality and reliability standards demanded by customers. In his work at Ford, Huang tests the electronic features that enrich today’s driving experience. Well-versed in Bluetooth, embedded systems and vehicle electronics, the 20-year Ford veteran is a hardware-in-the-loop expert skilled in automating the testing of electrical modules.
As part of his award, Huang will designate an educational institution to receive a $10,000 grant, courtesy of the award sponsor National Instruments.
If you would like to read Test & Measurement World’s cover story on Huang, please visit http://www.tmworld.com/article/517960-Always_a_car_guy.php.