Embedded Platforms Conference—Program

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

The themes addressed over the two-day Embedded Platforms Conference 2018 are

 
November 14, 2018—Day 1 Morning session Afternoon session
Track 1 Embedded Modules Embedded Boards
Track 2 IoT 1 IoT 2
November 15, 2018—Day 2 Morning session Afternoon session
Track 3 Embedded Design Software Development
Track 4 IoT 3 Machine Learning


Time Title, Speaker
09:30 Conference opening Track 1
09:40 1.1 | Comparing high density Flash solutions for Autonomous driving: NOR, SLC NAND, and eMMC
Anil Gupta, Winbond Electronics
10:20 1.2 | Why is a custom chip the right choice for Industrial IoT manufacturers?
Michele Riga, ARM
11:00 Coffee break
11:30 1.3 | Industry 4.0 embedded processor platform with integrated TSN
Thomas Leyrer, Texas Instruments
12:10 1.4 | Efficient Embedded Programming of Multicore Platforms, GPUs and FPGAs
Dr. Timo Stripf, Emmtrix Technologies
12:50 Lunch break
13:50 1.5 | Keynote powered by Elektor: Raspberry Pi goes Industrial
Eben Upton, Raspberry Pi Foundation
14:30 1.6 | Raspberry Pi goes Industry
Daniel Kilian, Farnell element14
15:10 1.7 | Rapid prototyping real-time applications on Raspberry Pi
Daniel Morris, eCosCentric
15:50 Coffee break
16:20 1.8 | Professional Automation meets Raspberry Pi
Robin Turner, Qube Solutions
17:00 1.9 | Smart Modules: Enabling the Next Frontier of Connected Devices
Anil Telikepalli, Maxim Integrated
  • Track 1
    Time Title, Speaker
    09:30 Conference opening Track 1
    09:40 1.1 | Comparing high density Flash solutions for Autonomous driving: NOR, SLC NAND, and eMMC
    Anil Gupta, Winbond Electronics
    10:20 1.2 | Why is a custom chip the right choice for Industrial IoT manufacturers?
    Michele Riga, ARM
    11:00 Coffee break
    11:30 1.3 | Industry 4.0 embedded processor platform with integrated TSN
    Thomas Leyrer, Texas Instruments
    12:10 1.4 | Efficient Embedded Programming of Multicore Platforms, GPUs and FPGAs
    Dr. Timo Stripf, Emmtrix Technologies
    12:50 Lunch break
    13:50 1.5 | Keynote powered by Elektor: Raspberry Pi goes Industrial
    Eben Upton, Raspberry Pi Foundation
    14:30 1.6 | Raspberry Pi goes Industry
    Daniel Kilian, Farnell element14
    15:10 1.7 | Rapid prototyping real-time applications on Raspberry Pi
    Daniel Morris, eCosCentric
    15:50 Coffee break
    16:20 1.8 | Professional Automation meets Raspberry Pi
    Robin Turner, Qube Solutions
    17:00 1.9 | Smart Modules: Enabling the Next Frontier of Connected Devices
    Anil Telikepalli, Maxim Integrated
  • Track 2
    Time Title, Speaker
    09:30 Conference opening Track 2
    09:40 2.1 | Multi-protocol wireless communication—Multiple wireless protocol stacks running concurrently on single device. Use-cases and performance trade-offs
    Gilboa Ben, Texas Instruments
    10:20 2.2 | Innovative RF communication method using load modulation in highly RF-weakening environment
    Jože Dermol, Strip's
    11:00 Coffee break
    11:30 2.3 | IoT – Low power Embedded WiFi
    Uri Weinrib, Texas Instruments
    12:10 2.4 | How to develop and test a long-range radio application for IOT with a minimum of effort and little background knowledge
    Manfred Schommarz, Würth Elektronik eiSos
    12:50 Lunch break
    13:50 1.5 | Keynote: Raspberry Pi Session powered by Elektor
    Eben Upton, Raspberry Pi Foundation
    14:30 2.5 | Sensor to Cloud Connection Made Simple With Intelligent Gateway
    Volker Rzehak, Texas Instruments
    15:10 2.6 | The future of MEMS-based smart sensor nodes in the context of highly functional and ultra-low power IoT applications
    Dr. Ralf Schellin, Bosch Sensortec
    15:50 Coffee break
    16:20 2.7 | Selecting Cellular LPWAN Technology for the Internet of Things
    Mark Tekippe, Digi International
    17:00 2.8 | iENBL: The Ultimate Low Power Wide Area Network Rapid Development Platform
    Dr. Juan Nogueira, Flex
  • Track 3
    Time Title, Speaker
    09:30 Conference opening Track 3
    09:40 3.1 | Building Blocks for Faster Development
    Dr. Heba El-Shaarawy, LACROIX Electronics
    10:20 3.2 | Remote Evaluation of silicon products on Embedded Systems
    Dr. Reza Purtoosi and Peter Canty, Analog Devices
    11:00 Coffee break
    11:30 3.3 | Printed Electronics: mass production & research and development
    Wladimir Punt, Molex Deutschland
    12:10 3.4 | Future Proofing Embedded System Thermal Design
    Jussi Myllyluoma, Nolato Silikonteknik
    12:50 Lunch break
    13:50 3.5 | Keynote Embedded AI: Why Endpoints do not want to stay stupid
    Michael Hannawald, Renesas
    14:30 3.6 | Essential Security Requirements for Internet of Things Devices
    Jack Ogawa, Cypress Semidonductor
    15:10 3.7 | Yocto Project Linux as a Platform for Embedded Systems Design
    Alex González, Digi International
    15:50 Coffee break
    16:20 3.8 | Embedded Virtualization for Leveraging Multi Core Systems in Safety Critical Applications
    Stefan Harwarth, Wind River
    17:00 3.9 | Implementing a Secure OTA update application for wireless MCU devices
    Nicholas Lethaby, Texas Instruments
  • Track 4
    Time Title, Speaker
    09:30 Conference opening Track 4
    09:40 4.1 | Building Out the Industrial IoT Vision
    Suhel Dhanani, Maxim Integrated
    10:20 4.2 | Connectivity industry: a key innovation driver in the wearability of electronic devices and in the Internet of Things
    Jean-Marie Buchilly, Fischer Connectors
    11:00 Coffee break
    11:30 4.3 | Removing the barriers to developing secure IoT solutions
    Erik Jacobson, Arm
    12:10 4.4 | Data to the Cloud—6 weeks of design time, realistic or sportive
    Klaus Vogel, Acal BFI
    12:50 Lunch break
    13:50 3.5 | Keynote: Embedded AI: Why Endpoints do not want to stay stupid
    Michael Hannawald, Renesas
    14:30 4.5 | Intelligence everywhere—Bringing machine learning everywhere computing happens
    Michele Riga, ARM
    15:10 4.6 | ATM Protection Using Embedded Deep Learning Solutions
    Prof. Antonio Rizzo, University of Siena
    15:50 Coffee break
    16:20 4.7 | Catalyst for the Future: Adaptive Manufacturing Fuels the Power of Industrial IoT
    Jeff deAngelis, Maxim Integrated
    17:00 4.8 | What Is Edge Compute?
    Andreas Burghart, Digi Internationall
 
 
 
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