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 Embedded Platforms Conference will consist of 30 40-minute lectures that are broken down into two tracks that run simultaneously. Each day's program of events will be rounded out by a brief opening and a concluding discussion.

The conference program is compiled by the program committee on the basis of submitted and invited papers.

The program of the next electronica Embedded Platforms Conference (eEPC) will be available here as of spring 2020.

The themes addressed over the two-day electronica Embedded Platforms Conference (eEPC) in 2018 were:

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


Moderator: Siegfried Weigert, ibw industrieberatung

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?
Alessandro Grande, 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

    Moderator: Siegfried Weigert, ibw industrieberatung

    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?
    Alessandro Grande, 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

    Moderator: Siegfried Best, Best Media Service

    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
    Asaf Even-Chen, 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

    Moderator: Siegfried Weigert, ibw industrieberatung

    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
    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

    Moderator: Peter Stiefenhöfer, PS Marcom Services

    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
    Alessandro Grande, 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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