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Speeding up electronic design by using Computer-on-Modules

NOV
11
2020
11. NOV 2020

Lecture electronica Conferences > electronica Embedded Platforms Conference > Track 1: Embedded ICs & Boards

10:10-10:40 h | Virtual

Building electronic devices for any purpose can be speed up by using Computer-on-Modules. These kind of devices give additional advantages, like easier lifetime management, scalability in performance, power, price and longevity. When the COMs are standardized there are even more benefits!

Subjects: Embedded systems

Speaker: Martin Unverdorben (KONTRON)

Type: Lecture

Speech: English

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KONTRON

Martin Unverdorben

Martin Unverdorben started his carrier after his degree in electronic engineering as a technical trainer in the telecommunication market, bevor he moved on as a Field Application Engineer at Kontron, which was 20 years ago. Since 2009 he is in Product Management and now responsible for the product line “SMARC”. He is member of the board at sget.org and the chairman of SDT.01, the standard development team, which maintains the SMARC module specification. He is married, has a daughter and enjoys his garden.

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Speaker,
KONTRON

Martin Unverdorben

Martin Unverdorben started his carrier after his degree in electronic engineering as a technical trainer in the telecommunication market, bevor he moved on as a Field Application Engineer at Kontron, which was 20 years ago. Since 2009 he is in Product Management and now responsible for the product line “SMARC”. He is member of the board at sget.org and the chairman of SDT.01, the standard development team, which maintains the SMARC module specification. He is married, has a daughter and enjoys his garden.

Martin Unverdorben
Product Manager for Computer-on-Modules

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