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Embedded Platforms Conference—Program

89 percent of those who attended the Embedded Platforms Conference in 2016 said that they were satisfied to very satisfied.

Conference program

The Embedded Platforms Conference consisted of 31 40-minute lectures that was broken down into two tracks that ran simultaneously. The program of events had been rounded out by a brief opening and a concluding discussion at the end of day one.

November 9, 2016—Day 1 November 10, 2016—Day 2
Track 1:
IoT and security
Track 3:
Power and sensors (incl. wireless charging)
Track 2:
Microcontrollers and periperals
Track 4:
Embedded communication


Time Topic, Speaker
09:30 Conference opening Track 1
09:45 Can emerging megatrends ensure innovative and profitable IoT solutions?
Mike Noonen, Silego Technology
10:35 IoT—Filling the integration gap
Richard Warner, Renesas
11:15 Coffee break
11:45 Navigating the future of connected home devices
Gordon Padkin, Thread Group
12:35 Driving the future with connected cars
Manfred Schlett, Qualcomm
13:15 Lunch break
14:00 A holistic approach for securing embedded devices
Andre Schmitz, Green Hills
14:50 The layers of security for IoT applications
Lars Lydersen, Silicon Labs
15:30 Coffee break
16:00 Implementing device level security in ARM based products
Yossi Har-Nov, NovTech
16:50 Panel discussion, IoT and security
  • IoT and security
    Time Topic, Speaker
    09:30 Conference opening Track 1
    09:45 Can emerging megatrends ensure innovative and profitable IoT solutions?
    Mike Noonen, Silego Technology
    10:35 IoT—Filling the integration gap
    Richard Warner, Renesas
    11:15 Coffee break
    11:45 Navigating the future of connected home devices
    Gordon Padkin, Thread Group
    12:35 Driving the future with connected cars
    Manfred Schlett, Qualcomm
    13:15 Lunch break
    14:00 A holistic approach for securing embedded devices
    Andre Schmitz, Green Hills
    14:50 The layers of security for IoT applications
    Lars Lydersen, Silicon Labs
    15:30 Coffee break
    16:00 Implementing device level security in ARM based products
    Yossi Har-Nov, NovTech
    16:50 Panel discussion, IoT and security
  • Microcontrollers and peripherals
    Time Topic, Speaker
    09:30 Conference opening Track 2
    09:45 Arduino look and feel for multicore
    Marcus Gößler, MicroConsult
    10:35 Hit your application sweet spot with the right Cortex-M7 MCU
    Ruediger Senghaas, Microchip
    11:15 Coffee break
    11:45 Core independent peripherals super-charge 8-bit microcontrollers
    Keith Curtis, Microchip
    12:35 Efficient embedded programming of heterogeneous multicore platforms
    Dr. Timo Stripf, Emmtrixx Technologies
    13:15 Lunch break
    14:00 Create an embedded software application in 15 Minutes
    Kimberly Dinsmore, Renesas
    14:50 What functional safety module designers need from IC developers
    Tom Meany, Analog Devices
    15:30 Coffee break
    16:00 Optimizing SSDs for enhanced performance and beyond
    Peter Huang, ATP
  • Power and sensors
    Time Topic, Speaker
    09:30 Conference opening Track 3
    09:45 Take the guesswork out of processor power
    Bob Martin, Atmel
    10:35 Software power management techniques for IoT sensor applications
    Nick Lethaby, Texas Instruments
    11:15 Coffee break
    11:45 Inductive energy and data transmission in novel industrial applications
    Holger Gerstner, Fraunhofer IISB
    12:35 Wireless charging—Cutting the last cord
    John Leonard, Nordic Semiconductor
    13:15 Lunch break
    14:00 Sensor innovations for IoT markets
    Jeane Forget-Funk, Bosch Sensortec
    14:50 Intelligent IO-Link sensors are the glue to implement Internet of Things (IoT) for next generation factories
    Suhel Dhanani, Maxim Integrated
    15:30 Coffee break
    16:00 ADI MEMS switch technology, a switching solution evolution to service RF instrumentation and test system needs
    Eric Carty, Analog Devices
    16:50 Creating a capacitive sense interface without firmware development
    Parker Dorris, Silicon Labs
  • Embedded communication
    Time Topic, Speaker
    09:30 Conference opening Track 4
    09:45 Combining the power of NFC and BLE
    Laurent Dardé, NXP
    10:35 Identification and traceability matters in electronics
    Gernot Seeger, Beta Layout
    11:15 Coffee break
    11:45 Localisation of mobile objects using spectral ‘fingerprints’, based on an integrated 40-μW UHF broadband wireless receiver
    Markus Eppel and Heinrich Milosiu, Fraunhofer Inst. für integrierte Schaltungen
    12:35 RTOS based software development approach for IoT low power wireless applications
    Leo Hendrawan, Texas Instruments
    13:15 Lunch break
    14:00 Sub-1 GHz and Bluetooth® low energy wireless communication for local and cloud-based control
    Ram Machness, Texas Instruments
    14:50 Introducing NFC commissioning
    Pierre Goarin, NXP
    15:30 Coffee break
    16:00 Bringing popular IoT framework to industrial needs
    Roman Alyautdin, Hubert Hafner, RTSOFT
    16:00 Surviving the protocol jungle
    Dirk Fischer, Hilscher
 
 
 
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