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The Intrinsic Value of Software on the Intelligent Edge: Transforming Data into Actionable Information

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11
2020
11. NOV 2020

Lecture electronica Conferences > electronica Embedded Platforms Conference > Track 2: Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence

14:40-15:10 h | Virtual

The Internet of Things (IoT) and Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) are no longer merely hype or buzzwords:  They are an accepted part of reality.  But the true value of the IoT does not lie with indiscriminately connecting billions of advanced sensors and devices which collect and share data.  The value lies in our ability to transform this data into information and drive advanced software technologies like AI and machine learning -- only then are we able to transform the fabric that connects our world into something smarter and more responsive.  Embedded solutions play an increasingly important role in such systems, because they merge vast digital and physical universes by allowing software to directly access the physical world.

 

In the past decade, mobile technologies and the need for connectivity have exponentially increased the capabilities of embedded platforms, allowing advanced software technologies like AI and machine learning to move closer to the edge.  The era of intelligent software has arrived, in which software is now usually the most expensive part of the system and the new competitive differentiator.  In the effort to turn stores of data into actionable information, it may become the most valuable part of the system.

This revolution has ushered in the era of the software-defined embedded system; one that continually reacts to changes in the environment.  Advanced software communication frameworks will play a foundational role in the next generation of software-defined embedded solutions. The cornerstone of this new communication framework must be its ability to introduce a simple, systemwide abstraction called data-centricity. This in turn enables the software to evolve to be more capable as it adapts to the changing environment and is then able to communicate these results in real time to other components, such as smart machines, within real-world systems.

Subjects: Embedded systems

Speaker: Mark Carrier (Real-Time Innovations (RTI))

Type: Lecture

Speech: English

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Mark Carrier

Mark Carrier is the Market Development Director for Oil and Gas and Emerging Markets at RTI.
As a technologist with over 25 years of experience, Mark brings a combination of deep business
and technical expertise to help customers identify and solve their challenges while driving sales.
In the Oil and Gas industry, Mark is focused on building a complete ecosystem, bringing
alignment across the organization and identifying ways the company can grow and cultivate in
the market.
Mark is active in several Oil & Gas industry organizations including the International Association
of Drilling Contractors (IADC) and the Open Process Automation Forum (OPAF), and he is a
U.S. Delegate for ISO/TC 204 for Intelligent Transport Systems. In 2016 Mark was named a
Smart Industry 50 Innovator on the Leading Edge of Digital Transformation. Mark was the
architect of the world’s first autonomous drilling platform and was also a key contributor to ION
Geophysical's 80,000 channel count seismic recorder which, at the time, was the largest
recorder built.
Prior to joining RTI, Mark was the System Architect and Technical Manager for National Oilwell
Varco and the System Architect of the Energy Drilling Automation Platform for Ensign Energy.
He also spent eight years focused on research and development for embedded systems and
Digital Signal Processors, and served five years at MIT’s Draper Laboratory. Mark graduated
from Indiana University of Pennsylvania with a BS in Computer Science.

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Mark Carrier

Mark Carrier is the Market Development Director for Oil and Gas and Emerging Markets at RTI.
As a technologist with over 25 years of experience, Mark brings a combination of deep business
and technical expertise to help customers identify and solve their challenges while driving sales.
In the Oil and Gas industry, Mark is focused on building a complete ecosystem, bringing
alignment across the organization and identifying ways the company can grow and cultivate in
the market.
Mark is active in several Oil & Gas industry organizations including the International Association
of Drilling Contractors (IADC) and the Open Process Automation Forum (OPAF), and he is a
U.S. Delegate for ISO/TC 204 for Intelligent Transport Systems. In 2016 Mark was named a
Smart Industry 50 Innovator on the Leading Edge of Digital Transformation. Mark was the
architect of the world’s first autonomous drilling platform and was also a key contributor to ION
Geophysical's 80,000 channel count seismic recorder which, at the time, was the largest
recorder built.
Prior to joining RTI, Mark was the System Architect and Technical Manager for National Oilwell
Varco and the System Architect of the Energy Drilling Automation Platform for Ensign Energy.
He also spent eight years focused on research and development for embedded systems and
Digital Signal Processors, and served five years at MIT’s Draper Laboratory. Mark graduated
from Indiana University of Pennsylvania with a BS in Computer Science.

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