Jan Tinbergenstraat 80 Hengelo 7559 SP Netherlands Sector: Technology Industry: Scientific & Technical Instruments Full Time Employees: 20,300 Key Executives Name Title Pay Exercised Age Ms. Sullivan Chief Exec. Officer, Pres and Exec. Director 1.83M 6.62M 60 Mr. Vasington Chief Financial Officer, Chief Accounting Officer and Exec. VP 907.54k N/A 51 Mr.
Cote CPA Chief Operating Officer and Exec. VP of Sensing Solutions 1.08M N/A 50 Mr. Steven Beringhause Chief Technology Officer and Exec. VP of Performance Sensing 1.41M N/A 51 Ms. Allisha Elliott Chief HR Officer and Sr. VP 551.82k N/A 46. Description Sensata Technologies Holding N.V., through its subsidiaries, develops, manufactures, and sells sensors and controls.
It operates in two segments, Performance Sensing and Sensing Solutions. The Performance Sensing segment manufactures pressure, temperature, speed, and position sensors, as well as electromechanical products for use in subsystems of automobiles, such as engine, air conditioning, and ride stabilization; heavy on- and off-road vehicles (HVOR); and systems that address safety and environmental concerns. The Sensing Solutions segment manufactures various control products, such as motor and compressor protectors, circuit breakers, semiconductor burn-in test sockets, solid state relays, linear and rotary position sensors, precision switches, and thermostats, as well as heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) sensors and controls to prevent damage from overheating and fires in industrial, aerospace, military, commercial, medical device, and residential end-markets. This segment also manufactures power conversion and control products, including power inverters, charge controllers, and solid state relays. The company serves original equipment manufacturers and suppliers in the automotive and HVOR end-markets; and industrial and commercial manufacturers and suppliers in the climate control, appliance, semiconductor, medical, energy and infrastructure, data/telecom, and aerospace industries, as well as motor and compressor suppliers. Sensata Technologies Holding N.V. Was founded in 1916 and is based in Hengelo, the Netherlands.
Balasubrahmanyam in 2013 Background information Birth name శ్రీపతి పండితారాధ్యుల బాలసుబ్రహ్మణ్యం Born ( 1946-06-04) 4 June 1946 (age 71),, () Genres Occupation(s) Singer, actor, music director, film producer Years active 1965–present Sripathi Panditaradhyula Balasubrahmanyam ( (); born 4 June 1946) mostly referred to as S. Or Balu is an,,, music composer, voice actor and film producer known for his works predominantly in, and. He has recorded over 40,000 songs in various Indian languages.
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He has garnered six for his works in 4 different languages; Hindi, Kannada, Tamil and Telugu; twenty five state for his works towards Telugu cinema, numerous other state awards from and. In addition, he garnered the bollywood, and six. He is honored with the for recording the most number of. In 2012, He received the state for his contributions to Indian cinema. At the he was honored with the 'Indian Film Personality of the Year' Medal. He is a recipient of civilian awards such as (2001) and (2011) from the government of India.
Contents • • • • • • • • • • • • Early life and background [ ] Balasubrahmanyam was born in the Nagari,, to a Brahmin Family. Balasubrahmanyam's father was a artist who had also acted in plays. He has two brothers and five sisters, including singer. Balasubrahmanyam developed an interest towards music at an early age, studied notations and learned music. He enrolled at with the intention of becoming an engineer.
He discontinued his studies early, due to typhoid and joined as an Associate Member of the Institution of Engineers,. He continued to pursue music during his engineering studies and won awards at singing competitions. In 1964, he won the first prize in a music competition for amateur singers organised by the Madras-based Telugu Cultural Organisation. He was the leader of a light music troupe composed of Anirutta (on the harmonium), (on guitar and later on harmonium), Baskar (on percussion), and (on guitar). He was selected as the best singer in a singing competition which was judged by and. Often visiting music composers seeking opportunities, his first audition song was 'Nilave Ennidam Nerungadhe'. It was rendered by veteran playback singer, who used to write and give him multi-lingual verses in Telugu, Tamil, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Sanskrit, English and Urdu.
Personal life [ ] Balasubramanyam is married to Savitri and has two children, a daughter Pallavi, and a son, also a playback singer and film producer. Main article: 1960s–1970s [ ] Balasubrahmanyam made his debut as a playback singer on 15 December 1966 with, a film scored by his mentor,. The first Non-Telugu song that he recorded just eight days after his debut Telugu song was in in 1966 for the film, starring Kannada comedy stalwart.
He recorded his first song 'Eyarkai Ennum Illaya Kanni' in the 1969 film, starring. He sang 'Aayiram Nilavae Vaa' for in the Tamil film. He was then introduced to the Malayalam film industry by in the film Kadalppalam. He has the rare distinction of rendering the most songs on a single day by any singer.
He has recorded 21 songs in Kannada for the composer in Bangalore from 9:00 am to 9:00 pm on February 8, 1981 and 19 songs in Tamil, 16 songs in Hindi in a day which is a notable achievement and a record. He established a prolific career. 'There were days when I used to record 15–20 songs, but only for. And I would take the last flight back to Chennai.' In the 1970s, he also worked with in Tamil movies for actors such as, and. He recorded duets with,, and.
Balasubrahmanyam's association with began even before Ilaiyaraaja came to the cine field. In those days, SPB used to sing in towns and villages all over south India and, then an unknown harmonium and guitar player accompanied SPB by playing in his concerts.
International recognition: 1980s [ ]. Balasubrahmanyam pictured in 1985 Balasubrahmanyam came to international prominence with the 1980 film. The film is considered to be one of the best films ever to emerge from the film industry. Directed by, the film's soundtrack was composed by, and led to an increase in the usage of in Telugu cinema. Not a classically trained singer, he used a 'film music' aesthetic in recording the songs. Balasubrahmanyam received his first for his work. His first work in Hindi films was in the following year, in (1981), for which he received another.
Balasubrahmanyam began to record more songs in Tamil, especially for with, the trio considered to be highly successful in the Tamil film industry from the late 1970s and throughout the 1980s in Telugu films. The songs were based on classical music, such as in (1983), for which both Ilaiayaraaja and S.P.B won, (1986) and (1988) which again won National Awards for Ilaiyaraaja and Balasubrahmanyam. In 1989, Balasubrahmanyam was the playback singer for actor in the blockbuster. The for the film was very successful and he won a for the song Dil Deewana. For much of the next decade, Balasubrahmanyam continued as the 'romantic singing voice' on the soundtracks of Khan's films.
Notable among these was which became the Balasubrahmanyam's duet with, ', was very popular. This solidified Balasubrahmanyam as one of the biggest playback singers in India. SP Balasubrahmanyam became identified as Salman Khan’s voice in the 90s just like became ’s voice through the 70s. 1990s [ ] In the 1990s, he worked with composers such as,, and among others, but his association with turned out be a major success.
Emergency 4 Portuguese Mod Warfare. Balasubramanyam's association with began after the latter's successful venture in Kannada. Balasubramanyam sung the most number of songs for Hamsalekha in Kannada. He received his 4th National Film Award for Best Male Playback Singer for the song 'Umandu Ghumandu' from the film (1995), which was a -based composition by Hamsalekha. Balasubrahmanyam recorded three songs for in his debut film.
He had a long-time association with Rahman right from Roja, the latter's debut film. Other popular songs include 'July Maadham' from, which also marked the debut of singer, 'Mannoothu Manthayilae' from, which was a folk number and he almost sang all the songs in the musical love story, and sang 'Thanga Thaamarai' from, which fetched his sixth and latest of his till date. 2000s–present [ ]. SPB on concerts-2014 In 2013, Balasubrahmanyam recorded the popular title song for – chaniii Chennai Express song, singing for the lead actor, under the music direction of. He returned to Bollywood music after being away from it for 15 years. Voice actor [ ] Balasubrahmanyam accidentally became a dubbing artist with 's film Manmadha Leela, the dubbed Telugu version of.
He has also provided for various artists, including Kamal Haasan,,,,,,,,,, and in various languages. He was assigned as the default dubbing artist for Kamal Haasan in Telugu-dubbed versions of Tamil films. For the Telugu version of, he gave voice to seven characters (including the female character) out of ten characters played by Kamal Haasan. He was awarded the for the films and Sri Sai Mahima. He dubbed for for the Tamil version of the movie in 2012. He also dubbed for in the Telugu-dubbed version of. Filmography [ ].
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Balasubrahmanyam started singing from a very young age. After dropping out from an engineering program in JNTU, SPB got his first break in 1966, when he sang for Sri Sri Sri Maryada Ramanna and he has sung over 40,000 songs. The State Government of AP presented the Nandi Award to Balasubrahmanyam 25 times.
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