- M.B.A., Business Management, Indiana University, 2015
- M.S., Electrical and Computer Engineering, Purdue University, 2003
- B.S., Engineering, University of Canberra, Australia, 2001
- Professional Engineer Electrical, Arizona, #47547
- University Medal for outstanding academic excellence in the bachelor's degree from the University of Canberra, Australia, 2001
- The 2001 W E Samsun Medal Prize for the most outstanding graduate in the fourth year of the undergraduate degree course in Electronics and Communication Engineering from the Division of Management and Technology, University of Canberra, 2001
- The Institute of Electrical Engineers Prize in the area of signal processing and Telecommunications awarded by the Institute of Electrical Engineers, UK, 2000
- The Australian Institute of Physics Prize in the area of radio and optical communications awarded by the Institute of Physics, Australia, 2000
- Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (member)
- Society of Automotive Engineers (member)
Mr. Arora's expertise is in electrical, electronic and computer systems. His professional activities focus on solving complex technical problems involving electronics and software controls in the consumer products, automotive, aviation and medical device industries. His work focuses on design reviews, targeted electrical testing of new systems, field failure analysis, recall-related investigations and product liability issues.
Mr. Arora works extensively on projects involving automotive electronic systems. He has worked on projects involving embedded control systems for automotive applications and has performed both hardware and software design reviews and failure analysis of automotive embedded systems such as electronic throttle control systems, adaptive cruise control systems, airbag control systems, electronic parking brake systems etc. He has also performed extensive testing on electric vehicle control systems.
Mr. Arora also has extensive experience with energy storage systems in the consumer products, aviation, automobile and utility industries. In addition to performing root cause analysis of battery system failures, he assists clients by performing design reviews and risk analyses of battery systems to evaluate the potential for field failure and safety issues. He has also assisted his clients in evaluating and choosing battery vendors that can produce battery systems with the required quality and safety on an ongoing basis.
As a research engineer with CATQER at the University of Canberra, Mr. Arora designed and implemented an experimental 4.2 km University of Canberra-Telstra Tower Free-Space Quantum Cryptographic Key Distribution Test-Bed (optical and RF communications link).