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Tuesday, June 25
 

8:00am

9:00am

Workshop 1: RTOS 101
An RTOS is software that manages the time of the CPU as well as other devices tied closely to the CPU such as a floating-point unit (FPU) and a Memory Protection Unit (MPU). An MPU limits access to memory and peripherals. This Pre-Conference Symposium introduces attendees to the world of RTOS by explaining what an RTOS is, how it works, how to use an RTOS and its services, the benefits and drawbacks of using an RTOS, process separation using an MPU, debugging an RTOS-based application , providing recommendations when using an RTOS, and more.



Speakers
avatar for Jean Labrosse

Jean Labrosse

Software Architect, Silicon Labs
Jean Labrosse is a software architect at Silicon Labs. Labrosse, an RTOS expert who founded Micrium in 1999, is a regular speaker and panelist at the Embedded Systems Conference in Boston, Minneapolis, Silicon Valley, Embedded World and other industry conferences. He is the author... Read More →


Tuesday June 25, 2019 9:00am - 12:00pm
Room 230A

9:00am

Workshop 2: Adopt the Right LPWAN For Your Application
Low-power, wide-area networks (LPWANs) are becoming more commonplace as we are finding the need to connect everything. Your options for LPWANs are a few, and they are quite different. This Pre-Conference Symposium will have representatives from LoRa, NB-IoT, and Sigfox explain how and when each technology should be deployed. It will start with a brief market overview, then get into the details of the three technologies. It will wrap up with a panel session where the community can ask questions of each of the representatives.

Speakers
avatar for Mark Martinets

Mark Martinets

Sr. Sales Engineer, Sigfox USA
Mark Martinets is a Sales Engineer with Sigfox USA and is responsible for supporting the Business Development team and providing technical support to Sigfox customers and ecosystem partners. Throughout his career, Mark has held both technical and business oriented positions including... Read More →
avatar for Daniel Quant

Daniel Quant

VP of Strategic Development, Multi-Tech Systems, Inc.
Daniel Quant is Vice President of  Strategic Development at MultiTech and is responsible for identifying new business opportunities, while working closely with other functions to expand these opportunities into defined vertical and geographical markets. He represents MultiTech in... Read More →
avatar for Hardy Schmidbauer

Hardy Schmidbauer

Senior Director, Semtech
Hardy Schmidbauer is senior director of marketing at Semtech.  Hardy was CEO and co-founder of TrackNet, which was acquired by Semtech in 2018.  Tracknet developed end-to-end solutions for LPWAN and LoRaWAN including the core network software components. Prior to founding TrackNet... Read More →
avatar for René Schmitz

René Schmitz

VP of IoT Technology, Vodafone
René Schmitz is an industry veteran with diverse experience, having spent the past 17 years at Vodafone, and the last 18 months as VP of IoT Technology leading the IoT Americas technology team. In this role, he manages Vodafone’s strategic technology relationships in Silicon Valley... Read More →


Tuesday June 25, 2019 9:00am - 12:00pm
Room 230B

9:00am

Workshop 3: Digital & Analog Power Solutions for Embedded Systems
Every product and design in the world of electronics requires power, but this need can often be taken for granted.  Power solutions are commonly abstracted from the more intricate aspects of system- and board-level design, even seen as more an inconvenient means to an end.  In fact, the power subsystem can provide tons of opportunity for everything from reducing system size/cost/weight to improving efficiency and enabling functionality.  In order to take advantage of all these fantastic possibilities, we must first have a good understanding of our system power needs and the various solutions available to help us meet those needs.

This Pre-Conference Symposium covers several aspects of power design, optimal design philosophies, a review of solutions, and plenty of practical advice for how to implement the proper solutions for embedded systems. Furthermore, solutions will be defined and broken down into digital and analog power implementations to help one understand the difference between these high-level categories and even further compared and contrasted against common, industry terminology and implementations.

Speakers
avatar for Brian Zahnstecher

Brian Zahnstecher

Principal, PowerRox
Brian Zahnstecher is a Sr. Member of the IEEE, Chair of the IEEE SFBAC Power Electronics Society (PELS) awarded 2017 Best Chapter awards at the local/national/worldwide levels concurrently (an unprecedented achievement), sits on the Power Sources Manufacturers Association (PSMA) Board... Read More →


Tuesday June 25, 2019 9:00am - 12:00pm
Room 230C

1:00pm

Workshop 4: How to Write, Compile & Debug the Most Efficient (and Most Secure) C/C++ Code
85% of today’s embedded designs use C and C++. Hence, writing efficient and secure code is an absolute must to a developer. Inefficient code slows the how process, and can’t simply be improved by a compiler.

This three-hour course walks through all aspects of C and C++ development, from writing efficient code, to looking at the tools and techniques that can be used to augment any software design paradigm. Attendees look at the hows and whys of programming with today's modern compilers and how to get good performance out of them.  We dive into safety and security, as these languages are notorious for their inherent lack of such features. Finally, we look at the top techniques used in the debugging process, the area in which developers spend 80% of their time. We look at the problems and the solutions needed when using a modern debugger and readily available tools.

Speakers
avatar for Greg Davis

Greg Davis

Director of Engineering, Compilers, Green Hills Software
Greg Davis is Director of Engineering, Compilers, at Green Hills Software. He has worked extensively on optimizations, language issues, code generation, and extensions for embedded development. He graduated from the California Institute of Technology with a degree in Electrical E... Read More →


Tuesday June 25, 2019 1:00pm - 5:00pm
Room 230A

1:00pm

Workshop 5: Security Bootcamp
You’ve heard the horror stories of connected devices hacked, data stolen, and company reputations in tatters. You know you need security to be built in to your device. But now what? Security is complex and critical and generally not a core competency for most engineers, yet they’re tasked with building security into their products.

Security must be considered early in the definition and engineering cycles of devices, software, and services. This Pre-Conference Symposium describes the process of developing a secure IoT product. Specifically, it covers:

  • Introduction
  • Codes of Practice
    • Root of Trust
    • Immutable Boot
  • Device Architectures
    • Secure Elements
    • Secure MCUs
  •  PKI
    • Cryptographic key
    • Certificates
  • Development Tools
  • Manufacturing
    • Provisioning
    • Mastering
    • Remote Update
    • Policies
  • OEM Manufacturing tools (OMS)
  • Secure production programmer
  • Understanding the Government’s Role in IoT Security

Speakers
avatar for Christopher Jones

Christopher Jones

Field Applications Engineer, Secure Thingz Ltd.
Chris Jones is a Field Applications Engineer at Secure Thingz Ltd based at their headquarters in Cambridge, UK. He has 12 years’ experience in the design and development of advanced avionic systems followed by 20 years’ experience working for US (Cypress Semiconductors) and Japanese... Read More →


Tuesday June 25, 2019 1:00pm - 5:00pm
Room 230B

1:00pm

Workshop 6: Understand and Develop with Python
Python is taking the embedded industry by storm. Is this something you need to know about? In a word—yes! Python enables rapid prototyping and development on today’s more-than-capable embedded hardware. This half-day workshop introduces you to the Python programming language and its use in an embedded context. Follow the on-stage examples from your own laptop. No Python experience is assumed.

Speakers
avatar for Ryan Kuester

Ryan Kuester

Consultant, Insymbols
Ryan Kuester is a consulting embedded systems engineer, specializing in embedded Linux systems-level and kernel software. He's been applying Python inside and alongside embedded hardware for the past 15 years. In addition to his technical contributions, he mentors teams and gives... Read More →


Tuesday June 25, 2019 1:00pm - 5:00pm
Room 230C

5:00pm

Sensors Expo Kick-Off Party at the Outdoor Plaza
Unwind after a full day of deep-dive technical sessions with the 2019 Kick-Off Party! Join us for drinks and appetizers.

Tuesday June 25, 2019 5:00pm - 6:30pm
Outdoor Plaza
 
Wednesday, June 26
 

7:30am

8:00am

Networking Breakfast
Wednesday June 26, 2019 8:00am - 9:00am
Outside Keynote Room

9:00am

Opening Remarks, Special Announcement
Don’t miss Questex CEO Paul Miller’s opening remarks. Paul will introduce the newest brand in the Fierce family of products. Paul has spent 3 decades in the electronics media and events industry and the product will offer a new information source for electronics engineers.

Speakers
avatar for Paul Miller

Paul Miller

Chief Executive Officer, Questex
As Chief Executive Officer of Questex, Paul is responsible for shaping the Company’s growth strategy and enhancing its offerings to better serve its customers as a next-generation Information Services Company. Paul drives Questex’s franchises in its core markets – Beauty, Spa... Read More →


Wednesday June 26, 2019 9:00am - 9:05am
Room LL20

9:05am

9:15am

Keynote: Engineering Discovery: Building NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope
Since the invention of the telescope over 400 years ago, humans have been building bigger and more powerful telescopes in a drive to better understand our Universe. With the advent of the space age, we have been able to pursue even clearer images of the night sky through space-based observatories, revolutionizing astronomical knowledge. For the past twenty years, engineers and scientists across the globe have been working on a truly audacious next-generation space observatory. When launched, the James Webb Space Telescope will be the largest, most powerful, and most complex space telescope ever built. Its 22 foot-wide mirror and tennis-court sized sunshield will allow us to look back in time to see the first light after the Big Bang.

This keynote focuses on how astronomers’ questions shaped the telescope design, specifically the precision and accuracy required of the telescope and the active sensing and control system in order to perform the ground-breaking science of the Webb mission during in-space operations and on the challenges of building and testing the telescope on Earth prior to launch. Further technology advances in performance, metrology, sensing, and control that will be required for future generations of space telescopes beyond Webb will also be discussed.

Speakers
avatar for Allison Barto

Allison Barto

Senior Program Manager, Ball Aerospace
Allison Barto spent 17 years in both technical and leadership roles for the James Webb Space Telescope at Ball Aerospace, where she led the team responsible for both delivery of the optics and electronics for the 22-foot-wide Telescope, as well the overall optical design, verification... Read More →


Wednesday June 26, 2019 9:15am - 10:00am
Room LL20

10:00am

AIML1: A Case Study in Machine Learning: Detecting Security Vulnerabilities in an Embedded Application in Real Time
This session walks through the steps required to build a machine learning system for an embedded application. We discuss each step, the technologies available, how to choose the best technology and integrate an embedded application to support machine learning. A case study is shown to demonstrate each step of the process, culminating in a real time embedded system machine learning application.

Speakers
avatar for Markus Levy

Markus Levy

Director of AI and Machine Learning Technologies, NXP Semiconductors
Markus Levy joined NXP in 2017 as the Director of AI and Machine Learning Technologies. In this position, he is primarily focused on the strategy and marketing of AI and machine learning capabilities for NXP's microcontroller and i.MX product lines. Previously, Markus was chairman... Read More →


Wednesday June 26, 2019 10:00am - 10:50am
Room 230A

10:00am

DI1: Using JavaScript to Enable Modern User Experiences on Inexpensive HMIs
End users have been trained by smartphones to expect high-quality graphics and responsive touchscreen interfaces. Consumer electronics HMIs often fail to meet these expectations. But a new generation of more powerful, yet still inexpensive, microcontrollers has enabled a new way of building HMI software: using JavaScript. This session teaches attendees how JavaScript can help you deliver modern user interfaces on HMIs with faster development times, more maintainable applications, and a deeper developer pool.

Speakers
avatar for Andy Carle

Andy Carle

Product & Prototype Engineer, Moddable
Andy Carle is a product designer, prototype engineer, and UX strategist with a focus on building design tools. As an expert in rapid prototyping, user research, and usability testing, Andy serves as a bridge between engineering, design, business development, and marketing. He is a... Read More →


Wednesday June 26, 2019 10:00am - 10:50am
Room 230B

10:00am

NE1: Understanding Bluetooth Mesh
The Bluetooth specification is continuing to evolve with the release of Bluetooth 5 and a new mesh networking model. Bluetooth is traditionally a short-range communications path. However, Bluetooth mesh is promising to change that. This session highlights the Bluetooth mesh technology, its applications, and shows how it might solve some of the problems that have plagued Bluetooth in the past.

Speakers
avatar for Michael Anderson

Michael Anderson

Director of Technology, The PTR Group LLC
Mike Anderson is currently Director of Technology for The PTR Group, LLC. With over 40 years in the embedded and real-time computing industry, Mike works with a number of RTOS offerings for IoT devices. However, his focus over the past decade is primarily embedded Linux on a number... Read More →


Wednesday June 26, 2019 10:00am - 10:50am
Room 230C

10:00am

Bluetooth SIG Workshop: The Importance of Interoperability in Expanding the Role of Wireless in Embedded and Sensor Based Solutions
This unique workshop features four interactive sessions from industry leaders providing case studies and insights from implementing wireless technologies in their commercial and industrial solutions. The workshop concludes with a panel session and Q&A with all the presenters.

AGENDA

Session 1: 10:05am - 10:35am
Understanding the Rapid Adoption of Bluetooth in Non-Consumer Applications
Jim Katsandres / Sr. Director, Developer Relations and Evangelism
Bluetooth SIG will speak on the key Bluetooth low power technology advancements enabling greater than 1km connections and entire building and campus networks.

Session 2: 10:50am - 11:20am
Expanding the Role of Wireless Standards in Location Services
Tom Ruth / VP, Americas, Quuppa
Learn why location services are some of the fastest growing use cases in commercial and industrial settings.

Session 3: 11:35am - 12:05pm
Simplifying Multi-Vendor mesh and Sensor Networks
Francesco Doddo / RF and Sensor Application Manager / STMicroelectronics
Learn how the latest in mesh networking technology enables large scale wireless automation and sensor solutions.

Session 4: 12:15pm - 12:45pm
Roundtable
This informative roundtable session will feature an interactive panel discussion with the speakers.

All ETC attendees can attend free of charge; must opt in during registration or in the Attendee Resource Center. Space is limited; first-come, first-seated.


Speakers
avatar for Francesco Doddo

Francesco Doddo

RF and Sensor Application Manager, STMicroelectronics
Francesco Doddo is Manager of the Sensors, RF and Cloud Support team for STMicroelectronics in the US, Canada, and Latin America, and has held this position since it was created in early 2017.Doddo began his career at STMicroelectronics in 2000 on an R&D team in Catania, Italy. He... Read More →
avatar for Jim Katsandres

Jim Katsandres

Sr. Director, Developer Relations and Evangelism, Bluetooth SIG
Jim Katsandres leads the Developer Relations activities at the Bluetooth SIG.  His international team works to provide developers the information and resources they need to create the next generation of Bluetooth enabled products and services.Katsandres has been in the Internet of... Read More →
avatar for Tom Ruth

Tom Ruth

VP, Americas, Quuppa
Tom Ruth is the Vice President of the Americas for Quuppa and is responsible for managing the team and its profitability in the region. Tom brings over 25 years of marketing disruptive technologies and managing smart growth within high performance organizations. Prior to Quuppa... Read More →


Wednesday June 26, 2019 10:00am - 1:00pm
McEnery Convention Center 150 W. San Carlos Street San Jose, CA 95113

10:00am

Texas Instruments Workshop: Sensor to Cloud Embedded Systems
Join TI for a full day workshop to meet our experts and learn more about TI’s new technology advancements for industrial systems. Design your own end-to-end sensor-to-cloud solution using TI’s SimpleLink™ MCUs during the hands-on workshop and attend lectures on topics including security, TI mmWave sensors, and machine learning.

Agenda

10:00AM-11:30AM | Comprehensive End-to-End Security with TI SimpleLink Wi-Fi Devices
Nick Lethaby
  •  Part 1: Learn about the wide range of multilayer built-in security features of the CC32xx SimpleLink Wi-Fi MCUs to help developers address a variety of IoT security needs including secure boot, device identity/keys, cryptographic acceleration, debug security, secure storage, and external memory protection
  • Part 2: Learn how to enable secure OTA for your Wi-Fi connected IoT devices. Topics include secure content delivery, certificate catalog store, bundle protection, and factory image recovery.
  • Part 3: Securely send data to AWS using CC32xx Wi-Fi MCUs
12:00PM-1:45PM | Ultra-Low Power Cloud-Enabled Sensor Network (Hands-On Workshop)
Adrian Fernandez
  • In this hands-on workshop you will create an end-to-end sensor-to-cloud solution with SimpleLink MCUs.
  • Each participant will create a low-power wireless sensor node that will operate over long-range sub-1 GHz connectivity. A central cloud-connected gateway will connect to each of the individual sensor nodes & aggregate the data to the cloud for visualization & monitoring.
  • Hardware will be provided.
2:00PM-3:30PM | Machine Learning Lecture
Manisha Mohan
Machine learning technology enables predictions to be made based on large amounts of data. Deep Neural networks are the next evolution of machine learning and will play a valuable role in revolutionizing many industries including smart factories with their ability to self-recognize the patterns in the data and make intelligent predictions on them without any human in the loop. TI’s Sitara devices provide the processing, connectivity needed to add deep neural network processing in the embedded space and can help improve production cost, quality and create safe work environments. This session will provide an overview of deep neural networks, examples of where they will be used in embedded applications at the edge, and the tools available to leverage this technology to enable smart factories

3:45PM-5:00PM | TI mmWave Sensors for Industrial Systems
Artem Aginskiy
In order to intelligently and efficiently control systems such as those used for security, lighting, HVAC, and robotics in buildings and factories, system designers are increasingly demanding information on the location and activity of people and objects inside. Join us as we introduce several new products from the TI mmWave family, including Antenna-on-package (AoP) and Overhead Detection Sensor (ODS) antenna designs that enable customers to quickly evaluate and productize mmWave in an overhead or ceiling-mounted installation.


All ETC attendees can attend free of charge; must opt in during registration or in the Attendee Resource Center. Space is limited; first-come, first-seated. 

Wednesday June 26, 2019 10:00am - 5:00pm
McEnery Convention Center 150 W. San Carlos Street San Jose, CA 95113

10:00am

Trusted Computing Group Workshop: Let’s Build In Security - A Workshop to Secure Embedded and IoT Systems
Let’s Build In Security: A Workshop to Secure Embedded and IoT Systems

In a workshop hosted by the industry standards organization Trusted Computing Group, embedded and IoT security experts will address ways to design effective security in early, when it can ensure the safety and security of not only the system but related data and networks. Learn key concepts of the root of trust (RoT) and how a new lightweight RoT can be used for specific IoT security. Hear about APIs targeted to embedded development, and discover new work to secure platforms for cyber resiliency. There will be demos and networking with industry experts from Infineon and Microsoft.

AGENDA
10:00 - 10:15 AM: Welcome/Overview of Trusted Computing Group
10:15 - 11:45 AM: Building Trustworthy Embedded Systems
11:45 AM - 1:00 PM: Lunch Break (not provided)
1:00 - 2:00 PM: DICE Architectures
2:00 - 2:15 PM: Beverage Break
2:15 - 3:15 PM: Cyber Resilient Technologies
3:15 - 5:00 PM: Company Demonstrations and Networking
5:00 PM: Conclusion of Workshop

SESSION DESCRIPTIONS
Building Trustworthy Embedded Systems
With the move to IoT, embedded systems are increasingly intelligent and connected. But this intelligence and connectivity bring new risks that can compromise security, privacy, and even safety. Trusted Computing technologies provide a solid foundation for embedded systems with features like measured boot, secured storage, and local and remote attestation. Learn how Trusted Computing primitives are best applied in embedded systems and how to overcome challenges specific to embedded systems such as low cost, low power, and real-time constraints.

Trusted Computing Group I DICE Architectures 
Device Identifier Composition Engine (DICE) Architectures provide critical security and privacy benefits to IoT and embedded systems where traditional Trusted Platform Modules (TPM) may be impractical. This new approach enables strong cryptographic device identity, device firmware configuration and security policy attestation, secure deployment and verification of updates, and device recovery/resiliency (see NIST 800-193).

The DICE Architecture’s hardware Root of Trust (RoT) enables creation of cryptographic keys and secrets rooted in not only firmware and/or configuration measurements, but also a device’s unique hardware identity. This is the foundation for the critical security scenarios that are of increasing importance in IoT today.

Cyber Resiliency Abstract
In June 2018, the TCG Cyber Resilient Technologies workgroup began working on formalizing widely useful resilient technologies to improve the protection, detection and recovery of devices and components of computing platforms. This session will cover the first year of output from the workgroup.
TPM/TSS

Cyber Resilient Technologies
In June 2018, the TCG Cyber Resilient Technologies workgroup began working on formalizing widely useful resilient technologies to improve the protection, detection and recovery of devices and components of computing platforms. This session will cover the first year of output from the workgroup.

All ETC attendees can attend free of charge; must opt in during registration or in the Attendee Resource Center. Space is limited; first-come, first-seated.

Wednesday June 26, 2019 10:00am - 5:00pm
McEnery Convention Center 150 W. San Carlos Street San Jose, CA 95113

10:00am

10:15am

Automotive Technology Theater
Find the right gear from industry leaders providing the latest sense technologies driving the automotive market forward. Free for all attendees on the Expo Floor!

Agenda:

10:15AM-10:45AM
Thermal Cameras for Safer Cars
Mike Walters / VP Product Management, Micro Cameras / FLIR Systems
>600,000 FLIR thermal sensors have been deployed in cars by Veoneer to extend the driver’s vision 4x farther than their headlights illuminate. This talk will illustrate how thermal cameras complement the other sensors in automotive applications and introduce the machine learning and simulation work that FLIR has done to jump start the widespread adoption of thermal cameras as standard equipment in automotive safety application such as automatic emergency breaking.

10:55AM-11:25AM
How to Quickly & Easily Build Your Own Reliable, Inexpensive, and Precise Guidance System for Autonomous Vehicles
Dan Dempsey / Senior Director of Automotive Business Development / ACEINNA
In order to develop highly accurate navigation, guidance and localization systems to guide autonomous vehicles, ROVs, drones, etc., integration and use of complex navigation technologies such as satellite navigation (GPS/GNSS) and inertial navigation (IMU/INS) are required. In this session, attendees will learn how to set up and install an easy-to-use open-source tool for developing precise navigation and control functions. The session will include a tutorial on an on-line navigation simulator, set up of free coding tools using the ACEINNA Visual Studio Code extension, algorithm development, debugging, and data-logging analysis. By the end of the presentation, attendees will be familiar with these free software tools and can start development of their own custom navigation solution using the latest precision OpenIMU hardware from ACEINNA.

11:30AM-12:00PM
Innovations in Current Sensing for Vehicle Electrification Applications
Georges El Bacha / Product Line Manager, Current Sensors & Signal Isolators / Allegro MicoSystems
It is estimated that by 2025 the market for electrified vehicles will expand to up to 45 million units. This growth expands the need for current sensing for traction and auxiliary motor control as well as DC/DC converters and chargers - and these current sensors must optimize battery consumption and maximize power. Join us to learn about the technological innovations in current sensing that are giving leading OEMs the competitive edge.

12:00PM-1:00PM
Startup Review: Focus on Sensors and Autonomous Vehicles
Presented by Autotech Council
A handpicked selection of startup companies reveal innovations that are set to shake up the automotive industry. These entrepreneurs will take to the stage to share their visions for the future of the vehicle and mobility.

1:25PM-1:55PM
Near-Field 3D Sensing Based on Ultrasound
Tobias Bahnemann / Managing Director & Co-Founder / Toposens
Using ultrasonic echolocation for real-time 3D object detection autonomous cars are able to cover difficult close distance edge-cases. This is made possible through the Toposens 3D Ultrasound Sensor technology. The session will shed light on where ultrasound fits in the sensor stack and we will see sensor data examples and typical applications or this brand new technology.

2:05PM-2:35PM
Challenges of Automotive Grade LiDAR
Yunxiang Li /Global Vice President of Business Development / ZVISION Technologies
Automotive applications of LiDAR present special challenges, including rugged construction to assure product reliability that can withstand extreme heat, cold and vibrations; a form factor that can be practically integrated into the vehicle design, with acceptable weight and unobtrusive placement; and the right balance of functionality and cost to allow practical integration into a sensor system. This discussion will address the challenges of design, testing and manufacturing necessary to assure that the LiDAR sensor is reliable and appropriate for use on demanding automotive applications

2:45PM-3:15PM
Pressure Mapping: Driving Automotive Design Innovation, from Hood to Trunk
Robert Podoloff / CTO / Tekscan Inc.
In a fiercely competitive automotive industry, interface pressure insights are vital for improving performance, efficiency, and safety. Interface pressure can be used for quality control, identifying failure modes in product design, optimizing manufacturing processes, and benchmarking competitive product. Join our session to learn how pressure mapping technology can be used in various automotive applications.

3:25PM-3:55PM
How to be Safe in an Unsafe World
Stephen Olsen / Field Application Engineer / Blackberry
There are two ways to remain safe in this world, and they have to do with safety and security. How do you thrive in this ever increasing untrusted, unsecure and unsafe world? The IoT is built upon the inter-connected network where things are inherently “untrusted.” One must earn that trust in order to create safe transactions and that goes for embedded IoT devices too. Safety and Security can manifest in several ways, first we can through testing, establish that the device is well documented, and all requirements are established in the code, and there are no lines of code that are not tied to one of the requirements. Second, you can actually tolerate an unsafe environment. Afterall, once it leaves your ethernet controller, it is in the WWW, you know the Wildest Wilderness Wasteland, or the World Wide Web (both are accurate to describe where your data must travel). These clouds services need to understand how to communicate with edge devices, with both safety and security. In this session, we explore the ways in which an unsuspecting datagram can “experience difficulty” along the route to its cloud destination and whatever topology the return messages must traverse. Including how to handle addressing, corruption, delay, repetition, out of order sequence, loss, insertion, and masquerading. We will discuss Asymmetric dataflow where there are many receivers and Symmetric Security, where data is authenticated. Finally we will show how to create robust IoT communication channels where trusted data transfers on the WWW safely and securely.

Speakers
avatar for Tobias Bahnemann

Tobias Bahnemann

Managing Director & Co-Founder, Topsens
avatar for Dan Dempsey

Dan Dempsey

Senior Director of Automotive Business Development, ACIENNA
avatar for Georges El Bacha

Georges El Bacha

Product Line Manager, Current Sensors & Signal Isolators, Allegro MicroSystems
avatar for Yunxiang Li

Yunxiang Li

Global Vice President of Business Development, ZVISION Technologies
Yunxiang Li was awarded Bachelor of Science and PhD degrees in Electrical Engineering from Tsinghua University (Beijing). His doctoral thesis focused the design, fabrication and testing of micro/nano integrated optoelectronic. Prior to joining ZVISION, Mr. Li served as Ericsson’s... Read More →
avatar for Stephen Olsen

Stephen Olsen

Field Application Engineer, Blackberry
Stephen Olsen is a noted embedded industry expert with extensive experience in embedded software development, thought leadership, product management, and communications. He is currently a Field Application Engineer with BlackBerry QNX.  Prior to QNX, Stephen worked with several other... Read More →
avatar for Rob Podoloff

Rob Podoloff

CTO, Tekscan Inc.
Rob Podoloff has spent the last 30 years developing new products and technologies in areas ranging from healthcare to interactive gaming to consumer electronics.  Rob is a listed inventor on over 20 US Patents and is currently the CTO of Tekscan, Inc., the tactile sensor company... Read More →
avatar for Mike Walters

Mike Walters

VP Product Management, Micro Cameras, FLIR Systems
Mike Walters is Vice President of Product Management for Uncooled Thermal Cameras at FLIR. He has extensive experience defining, developing and bringing to market high volume longwave infrared and visible camera modules. He holds a Masters Degree in Electrical Engineering from Stanford... Read More →


Wednesday June 26, 2019 10:15am - 4:45pm
Expo Floor

10:15am

Embedded Live Theater
Get to know leading vendors on the Expo Floor as they present on their latest embedded technologies. Free for all attendees on the Expo Floor!

Agenda:

10:15AM-10:45AM
IIC Panel: Trends in Automated Driving
Marcellus Buchheit / President & CEO / Wibu-Systems USA
Dan Isaacs / Director, Automotive Global Markets Group / Xilinx

Dr. Rajive Joshi / Principal Solution Architect / Real-time Innovations
This provides a framework of areas from Sensors to Compute to Control – including Connectivity, Security, Functional safety, … and discussion points from See (Perception and Analysis) - Think (Decide) - Act (Actuation).

10:55AM-11:25AM
Security in the Age of IoT
Jonathan Shipman / VP Strategy / Lantronix
The rapid transition from closed/private networks to enterprise-wide networks over the public Internet is uncovering security risks that went previously unnoticed—and justifiably raising alarms about the future of cybersecurity in the age of IoT. Moreover, as enterprises become increasingly reliant on intelligent, interconnected devices in every aspect of their business, OEMs must ask themselves if they are doing enough to protect vulnerable systems that could compromise sensitive data, personal privacy or threaten public safety.

11:35AM-12:35PM
Inference at the Edge
Michael Clay / Global Business Development / Intel
Danya Kafai / IoT Solutions Architect / Intel
OpenVINO allows developers to quickly optimize their deep learning algorithms and seamlessly deploy them on different Intel HW and vision accelerator cards at the Edge in compute confined environments.

12:55PM-1:25PM
DevKit Giveaway - Sponsored by Microchip

1:35PM-2:05PM
Bringing AI to the Very Edge
Martin Croome / VP Business Development / GreenWaves Technologies
There is currently much interest in interpreting rich data sources such as video streams, radar and sounds on high powered edge devices bringing benefits such as reduced latency, increased privacy and reduced data center congestion. But how can you bring these capabilities to devices that need to last for months or years on battery or harvested energy? What are the challenges? What is possible?

2:15PM-2:45PM
Designing Calm Technology in a World of Distraction
Steve Veltkamp / Design Practice Lead / Very Possible
Technology has created a world where humans have never felt more connected and productive, but now it seems like every app or connected device is competing for our attention. Notifications, texts, reminders, buzzes, dings, blips. Though we are used to this kind of feedback, often times it can lead to an overwhelming amount of distraction in our lives. This session will look into ways to relay important messages through user-centric design and calm technology through an IoT lens.

2:55PM-3:25PM
Taking the Lead in the Race for Voice-First Infotainment
Gennadiy Borisov / President and Co-CEO / Klika Tech
Johannes Biermann / General Manager / aicas

Automakers are in a race to deliver advanced infotainment options and intuitive in-vehicle interfaces for drivers and passengers. The winner will be the OEM that listens to consumer demand for seamless connections to their digital worlds - and provides the solutions that can translate them into realtime actions. Alexa Auto has emerged as that promising platform on which OEMs are developing custom voice interfaces for connected cars. This presentation will explore what Alexa Auto can provide for OEM delivery of the safe and reliable in-vehicle connections that will keep them ahead of the competition.

3:35PM-4:05PM
Teardown Special: Inside the Uvify-Oori Racing Drone 
Patrick Mannion / Founder / Claritek LLC
Drones are where the rubber hits the road in terms of system design with high-performance sensors. Recognizing this, ETC 2019 will showcase the best of the best with a Teardown Special: Inside the UVify-OOri, one of the smallest, fastest, and most advanced drones available today for <$500. Faced with extreme weight, size, ruggedness and power consumption constraints, drone designers are pushed to the limits in terms of what they can and cannot do. It’s all about tradeoffs, especially for designers of mid-range systems. These require designers to be more conservative, and thoughtful, and this Teardown of the UVify OOri will dig into what the designers did, and why and how they did it. Teardown attendees will be put into a drawing for one of three STMicroelectronics STEVAL-DRONE01 mini drone kits.

4:15PM-4:45PM
MCUs Living on the Edge – Larger Memory with Lower Power and Lower Cost
Bard Pedersen / Director of Technology / Adesto Technologies
Designers of emerging intelligent IoT edge devices, which run advanced applications and/or AI functionality, may need to consider novel approaches to meet the performance and power requirements of these edge devices. Innovative MCU vendors are investigating new memory architectures optimized for eXecute-in-Place (XiP) and AI operations. We’ll share results of our extensive benchmarking of power/performance of various memory architectures on AI enhanced MCUs to provide system designers with insight into choosing the right memory architecture for their application.

4:45PM-5:15PM
DevKit Giveaway - Sponsored by Microsoft
Microsoft Azure Sphere is a solution for creating highly-secured, connected, MCU-powered devices. Azure Sphere brings together the best of Microsoft’s expertise in cloud, software and silicon—resulting in a unique approach to security that starts in the silicon and extends to the cloud. Must be present to win!

Speakers
DI

Dan Isaacs

Director, Automotive Global Markets Group, Xilinx
avatar for Michael Clay

Michael Clay

Global Business Development, Intel
Michael Clay is the Global Business Development Lead for Sensor and Connectivity 3rd Party Partnerships. He works with internal and external stakeholders to insure that the Intel Solution Alliance is a rich ecosystem across all vertical markets globally. He has worked in the industry... Read More →
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Martin Croome

VP Business Development, GreenWaves Technologies
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Gennadiy Borisov

President and Co-CEO, Klika Tech
With more than 25 years of global experience in Management, Operations, Sales, and Product Development Gennadiy leads Klika Tech’s mission and strategy to provide the IoT-driven solutions to companies around the world. He has been working with Fortune 500 clients and start-up companies... Read More →
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Johannes Biermann

General Manager, aicas
Johannes M. Biermann is the General Manager for aicas and leads marketing, sales, customer and sales operations globally.Prior to his role at aicas he worked for more than 25 years in leadership roles in both Hewlett Packard in California, USA and Böblingen, Germany, and Siemens... Read More →
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Steve Veltkamp

Design Practice Lead, Very
As a Senior Designer & Design Practice Lead at Very, Steve Veltkamp employs his skills as a designer to solve tough challenges. Steve believes that design has the potential to be both beautiful and useful and strives to strike a balance between the two on each of his projects.Steve’s... Read More →
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Danya Kafai

IoT Solutions Architect, Intel
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Marcellus Buchheit

President & CEO, Wibu-Systems USA
Marcellus Buchheit is co-founder and Chairman of the Board of WIBU-SYSTEMS AG in Karlsruhe, Germany. He currently serves as the President and CEO of Wibu-Systems USA Inc., located in Edmonds, WA where he resides.Marcellus earned his Master of Science degree in computing science at... Read More →
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Dr. Rajive Joshi

Principal Solution Architect, Real-Time Innovations
Dr. Rajive Joshi, the co-chair of the Connectivity Task Group at the Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC), is a Principal Solution Architect at Real-Time Innovations (RTI). He is the lead author of the IIC’s Connectivity Framework (IICF), a co-author of the IIC’s Industrial Internet... Read More →
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Jonathan Shipman

Vice President, Strategy, Lantronix
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Bard Pedersen

Director of Technology, Adesto Technologies


Wednesday June 26, 2019 10:15am - 4:45pm
Expo Floor

11:00am

AIML2: Machine Learning on Microcontrollers
This session discusses anomaly detection using machine learning. It presents different toolsets available from semiconductor manufacturers to implement machine learning algorithms on a microcontroller. It also presents a demo on getting started with machine learning on microcontrollers.

Speakers
avatar for Sai Yamanoor

Sai Yamanoor

IoT Applications Engineer, Praxair
Sai Yamanoor has over 6 years of experience as an embedded systems expert, working on both hardware and software design and implementations. He has worked on software development, hardware development including IoT implementations, sensory systems and PCB design, testing and deployment... Read More →


Wednesday June 26, 2019 11:00am - 11:50am
Room 230A

11:00am

CANCELLED NE2: Delivering Intelligent Cellular Remote Monitoring & Control Solutions: A Practical Guide
This session has been cancelled. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Wednesday June 26, 2019 11:00am - 11:50am
Room 230C

11:00am

DI2: Unleashing the Innovative Power of Data from Core to Edge
Big Data and Fast Data applications are transforming enterprise environments. This session discusses the new hubs or “data depots” emerging to address the locality and speed of access to data. Each of these data depots will require unique compute architectures and advanced data processing paving the way for RISC-V — an open instruction set architecture (ISA) designed to meet the diverse application needs.

Speakers
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Zvonimir Bandić

Senior Director of Next Generation Platform Technologies, Western Digital
Zvonimir Z. Bandić is the Research Staff Member and Senior Director of Next Generation Platform Technologies Department in a Western Digital Corporation in San Jose, California. He received his BS in electrical engineering in 1994 from the University of Belgrade, Yugoslavia, and... Read More →


Wednesday June 26, 2019 11:00am - 11:50am
Room 230B

1:30pm

NE3: Collocating Multiple Wireless Technologies in IoT Products
IoT system designs often incorporate multiple radios with multiple antennas in a single device. This integration can severely impact the wireless performance of these technologies and reflect poorly on both the product and the wireless technologies. This session looks at key areas to manage collocated radios in IoT devices. Topics for discussion include wireless technology selection, wireless IC specifications, design techniques, and best practices for maximizing wireless co-existence in these multi-radio IoT devices.

Speakers
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Matt Maupin

Senior Product Manager, Silicon Labs
Matt Maupin is a Senior Product Manager at Silicon Labs responsible for EFR32 Wireless Gecko SoC platforms. Matt joined Silicon Labs in 2012 where he was responsible for Silicon Labs sub-GHz wireless devices and 2.4 GHz Zigbee devices. He has more than 15 years in the semiconductor... Read More →


Wednesday June 26, 2019 1:30pm - 1:55pm
Room 230C

1:30pm

AIML3: Inference at the Edge
OpenVINO allows developers to quickly optimize their deep learning algorithms and seamlessly deploy them on different Intel HW and vision accelerator cards at the Edge in compute confined environments.

Speakers
avatar for Michael Clay

Michael Clay

Global Business Development, Intel
Michael Clay is the Global Business Development Lead for Sensor and Connectivity 3rd Party Partnerships. He works with internal and external stakeholders to insure that the Intel Solution Alliance is a rich ecosystem across all vertical markets globally. He has worked in the industry... Read More →
avatar for Danya Kafai

Danya Kafai

IoT Solutions Architect, Intel


Wednesday June 26, 2019 1:30pm - 2:20pm
Room 230A

1:30pm

DI3: Industry 4.0: The Small Technology & Its Role
With Industry 4.0 here today, designers are seeking to attain truly intelligent factory automation. This session takes a deeper look at embedded technologies and the role they play in showing the health and status of a factory’s daily operation, bringing intelligence to the “edge” of the factory, and increasing overall operating efficiencies.

Speakers
avatar for Suhel Dhanani

Suhel Dhanani

Director of Business Development for the Industrial & Healthcare Business Unit, Maxim Integrated
Suhel Dhanani is a Director of Business Development for the Industrial & Healthcare Business unit in Maxim Integrated. Prior to joining Maxim, Suhel led the industrial automation segment marketing at Altera Corp. Suhel has over 20 years product/segment marketing experience in various... Read More →


Wednesday June 26, 2019 1:30pm - 2:20pm
Room 230B

1:55pm

NE4: IEEE 802.15.4 & 6LoWPAN
IEEE 802.15.4 is known as the MAC layer for a number of protocols including Zigbee, Wireless HART, ZWave, Thread and 6LoWPAN. This session highlights the characteristics of IEEE 802.15.4 for longer-range and robust communications approaches and the specific IP-routable protocol known as 6LoWPAN.  This includes the use of sub-GHz frequencies for long range usage.

Speakers
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Michael Anderson

Director of Technology, The PTR Group LLC
Mike Anderson is currently Director of Technology for The PTR Group, LLC. With over 40 years in the embedded and real-time computing industry, Mike works with a number of RTOS offerings for IoT devices. However, his focus over the past decade is primarily embedded Linux on a number... Read More →


Wednesday June 26, 2019 1:55pm - 2:20pm
Room 230C

2:30pm

AA1: Autonomous, Connected, Electrified & Shared Vehicles are Coming: How Should Cities Prepare?
Vehicle automation, connectivity, electrification, and sharing (ACES) are poised to transform the way people and things move in the near future. The sensing, communications, and computing technologies required to enable ACES are evolving at a very rapid pace. Uncertainties about ACES performance, safety, benefits, and costs hamper and discourage adoption planning. This session summarizes key findings in ACES research and discuss recommendations for adoption planning and policy-making.

Speakers
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Raj Bridgelall

Program Director & Assistant Professor, North Dakota University
Raj Bridgelall holds a Ph.D. in Transportation & Logistics from North Dakota State University (with a 4.0 GPA) and Master’s and Bachelor’s degrees in Electrical Engineering from Stony Brook University (where he finished in the top 5% of his class). Raj is an experienced principal... Read More →


Wednesday June 26, 2019 2:30pm - 2:55pm
Room 230C

2:30pm

AIML4: AI, ML & Innovation
New AI, ML and DL applications are emerging rapidly, with algorithms undergoing fast evolution, revolutionizing architectural choices, a major inflection point, and indicating an accelerating opportunity for RISC-V. Both ML training and inferencing require energy-efficiency with flexible performance vs power tradeoffs. Industry-standard RISC-V ISA: a good baseline from which to build and deliver new, energy-efficient, configurable, scalable, flexible solutions supporting fast algorithmic innovation by designer’s intent on delivering compelling solutions for AI and ML.

Speakers
avatar for Mike Buchanan

Mike Buchanan

Senior Director of Marketing, Esperanto Technologies
Mike Buchanan is Sr. Director of Marketing Esperanto Technologies, Inc. Previously, he held a variety of marketing, product management, and business development roles at the AMD (ATI) Graphics Products Group, DisplayLink, Adaptive Silicon, S3 Inc., and Intel. He earned his BSEE from... Read More →


Wednesday June 26, 2019 2:30pm - 2:55pm
Room 230A

2:30pm

DI4: Moving Toward Industrial IoT Plug & Play: Standards Advancement for IoT Sensors
Is true plug-and-play interoperability for Industrial IoT a reality? There is a new open specification initiative to achieve just that. This session describes how the effort can be done, while tackling security, open standards interoperability, and leveraging existing interfaces. This effort focusing on the sensor domain will help achieve interoperability to the "last foot" of the network.

Speakers
avatar for Doug Sandy

Doug Sandy

VP of Technology, PICMG
Doug Sandy is the Vice President of Technology for PICMG with over 24 years of industry experience in the embedded computing, industrial automation, telecommunications and cloud computing spaces. Doug has worked as Technical Fellow, Chief Technology Officer and Chief Architect for... Read More →


Wednesday June 26, 2019 2:30pm - 3:20pm
Room 230B

2:55pm

AA2: Using a Virtual Platform for Bringing Up of a Hypervisor-Based Transportation System with Mixed Level Safety Critical Requirements
With increasing integration of functions on SoCs, the separation of criticality functionality is essential for safety and security. Add in connectivity and software maintenance requirements and isolation becomes an essential consideration through the complete product lifecycle. This session shows the use of time triggered hypervisor management to satisfy transportation use cases. Examples cover software development considerations, complete lifecycle maintenance, power analysis, and software quality metrics including code coverage and fault analysis.

Speakers
avatar for Larry Lapides

Larry Lapides

VP of Sales, Imperas Software Ltd.
Prior to joining Imperas, Larry ran sales at Averant and Calypto Design Systems. He was vice president of worldwide sales during the run-up to Verisity's IPO (the top performing IPO of 2001), and afterwards as Verisity solidified its position as the fifth largest EDA company. Before... Read More →


Wednesday June 26, 2019 2:55pm - 3:20pm
Room 230C

2:55pm

AIML5: Edge AI: How to Do Real-Time Sensor Analytics with Inexpensive, Commodity Hardware
Reporting sensor readings is easy. Building products that automate interpretation is hard but not impossible. Learn how to create products with real-world variation, made for real-time processing at the Edge, managing real-life constraints (size, power, price).  This session discusses AI methods suitable for real-time sensor data, making it work at or near the edge, Rich data vs Poor Data, Lab vs real world, real-world case studies, and much more.

Speakers
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Stuart Feffer

CEO & Co-Founder, Reality AI
Stuart is co-founder and CEO of Reality AI, an artificial intelligence company focusing on sensors and signals. Reality AI software makes machines using sensors faster, cheaper, more accurate, and smarter. Detect anomalies, make predictions, and classify signals in real-time, at the... Read More →


Wednesday June 26, 2019 2:55pm - 3:20pm
Room 230A

3:30pm

AA3: Managed & Secure Programming for the Automotive World: Securing the Connected Car with Hardware Based Security for a Flexible & Secure Manufacturing Strategy
Advancements in the connected and autonomous vehicles are driving new architectural designs to ECUs that connect various subsystems together and expose them to the outside world over various networks. These advancements increase the risk of threat actors gaining access to the subsystems. This session examines foundational security requirements for a hardware based approach to secure the connected car and methods to inject cryptographic elements into the ECUs early in production for an end-to-end integrated and flexible security solutions.

Speakers
avatar for Rajeev Gulati

Rajeev Gulati

Vice President & CTO, Data I/O Corporation
Rajeev Gulati joined Data I/O in July 2013 and is our Chief Technology Officer and Vice President of Engineering. Prior to Data I/O, Rajeev served as Director of Software Engineering for AMD responsible for tools, compiler strategy and execution from 2006 to 2013. He has an extensive... Read More →


Wednesday June 26, 2019 3:30pm - 3:55pm
Room 230C

3:30pm

AIML6: Running Machine Learning Models on Wearable Systems
This session gives an overview on the challenges and opportunities for running machine learning models on wearable devices. The topics covered include use cases, constraints, model constructions and optimization, and tools to run the models with memory/MIPS restrictions.

Speakers
avatar for Hongyang Deng

Hongyang Deng

Software Engineer, Google
Hongyang is a software engineer and technical lead manager of the wearable audio/DSP/machine learning team in Google. He is leading a team of software engineers on developing wearable devices such as Pixel buds. His interests are on audio algorithm design and optimization, user experience... Read More →


Wednesday June 26, 2019 3:30pm - 4:20pm
Room 230A

3:30pm

CANCELLED DI5: Approach to Real Predictive Maintenance
This session has been cancelled. We apologize for any convenience this may be causing.

Speakers
avatar for Carter Casner

Carter Casner

VP of Operations, Treeline Interactive
Carter Casner has worked in many different roles across the production team at Treeline since joining in 2012. His experience in project and product management brings immense value to the discipline and structure of how Treeline approaches projects of varying size and scope. The team’s... Read More →


Wednesday June 26, 2019 3:30pm - 4:20pm
Room 230B

3:55pm

AA4: Applying Industrial Cyber Security to Autonomous Vehicles
Autonomous vehicles are diverse networks demanding security and low latency for data fusion. DDS Security offers data-centric protection of critical data such as LiDAR and camera data. Securing these systems requires leveraging industry best practices, such as those developed by the Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC), more specifically the Industrial Internet Security Framework and series of Best Practices documents. This session discusses applying best practices to Autonomous Vehicles.

Speakers
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David Barnett

VP of Products & Markets, Real-Time Innovations
David Barnett has over 25 years of experience in distributed, real-time and embedded systems. He joined RTI in 2005 and is responsible for the company's product roadmap, product marketing and market development. Prior to RTI, he was vice president of marketing at a real-time middleware... Read More →


Wednesday June 26, 2019 3:55pm - 4:20pm
Room 230C

4:00pm

4:30pm

Women in Sensors Engineering (WISE) Program
Get inspired by female engineers involved in sensors and raise awareness of the contributions they make to the sensors community! This year's Program will feature an exciting and engaging Panel Discussion followed by a Networking Cocktail Reception on the Expo Floor!

Moderators
avatar for Angie Keller

Angie Keller

Senior Vice President, Randstad Engineering
Angie Keller is the Senior Vice President at Randstad Engineering, which specializes in the sourcing and placement of temporary and direct hire professionals in engineering, energy, utilities, petrochemical, manufacturing, information technology and other technologies industries... Read More →

Speakers
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Melanie Daniels

Principal Engineer, Intel Corporation
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Marlena Nickel Johnson

IoT COE Manager, Shell
Ms. Marlena Nickel Johnson is the IoT Center of Excellence Lead for Shell.  She is responsible for creating and leading Shell’s IoT and Edge Strategy and has pioneered the first use of LoRa LPWAN technology in the Oil & Gas industry.  Her team’s focus is to identify, incubate... Read More →
avatar for Melissa Saelzer

Melissa Saelzer

Technical Program Manager, Facebook
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Jocelyn Tan

CEO and Co-Founder, SISU
Jocelyn is an ecstatic entrepreneur and electrical engineer who has worked in diverse start-ups over the course of her career. From a mental health app to an energy optimization platform, her early-stage venture stints regularly remind her start-ups are disrupters and enablers of... Read More →


Wednesday June 26, 2019 4:30pm - 6:00pm
Expo Floor
 
Thursday, June 27
 

8:00am

Networking Breakfast
Thursday June 27, 2019 8:00am - 9:00am
Outside Keynote Room

8:00am

9:15am

Keynote: What Does 5G Mean for IoT?
5G will elevate the mobile network to not only interconnect people, but also interconnect and control machines, objects, and devices. It will deliver new levels of performance and efficiency that will empower new user experiences and connect new industries. 5G will deliver multi-Gbps peak rates, ultra-low latency, massive capacity, and more uniform user experience.  A vision for 5G is a unified connectivity fabric that will connect virtually everything around us. LTE IoT— enhanced machine type communication (eMTC) and narrowband IoT (NB-IoT) — will be the initial 5G massive IoT solution that will connect a wide range of low-complexity IoT devices.  Learn what you can start with today in terms of compute, multi-connectivity, edge processing, LTE IoT, robotics platform, private LTE networks, and how to evolve on the roadmap to 5G.

Speakers
avatar for Gerardo Giaretta

Gerardo Giaretta

Sr. Director of Product Management, Head of Industry 4.0, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.
Gerardo Giaretta is currently a Senior Director of Product Management at Qualcomm Technologies, Inc where he leads the Industry 4.0 business and ecosystem strategy.  Gerardo joined Qualcomm in 2007 and has since covered different roles in research, system design, standardization... Read More →


Thursday June 27, 2019 9:15am - 10:00am
Room LL20

10:00am

DI6: System-in-Package Solutions Size Wars: The Package Strikes Back
Improvements in silicon process technology, driven by Moore's Law, have enabled the age of IoT/IIoT. However, as new applications push the boundaries of form, fit, and function, packaging technology must drive innovation. System-in-Package (SiP) enables new levels of integration, combining processors, memory, power, RF, sensors, and passives into single, tiny, easy to layout packages. SiP provides the optimal system solution for your application by integrating the best components from various vendors in the smallest footprint.

Speakers
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Gene Frantz

Co-Founder & CTO, Octavo Systems
Gene is one of the founders and the visionary behind Octavo Systems. He currently serves as Chief Technology Officer. He is also a Professor in the Practice at Rice University in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department. Previously, Gene was the Principal Technology Fellow... Read More →


Thursday June 27, 2019 10:00am - 10:50am
Room 230B

10:00am

SES1: Finding the Right Security Level for Your IoT
Many embedded developers realize the potential benefits of the IoT and are actively developing various applications, from connected home devices to wearables to security systems. However, along with the benefits of the IoT come risks. No one wants to design an application that’s prone to hacking or data theft. This session helps IoT product developers understand and identify the right level of security for their IoT applications.

Speakers
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Brent Wilson

Staff Security Engineer, Silicon Labs
Brent Wilson is a Staff Security Applications Engineer for IoT products at Silicon Labs. Brent joined Silicon Labs in 2003 as part of the Cygnal acquisition and has served leadership roles in both applications and systems engineering for microcontroller and wireless products. Prior... Read More →


Thursday June 27, 2019 10:00am - 10:50am
Room 230C

10:00am

VI1: Using Linux with FPGA Co-Processing for Real-Time Embedded Vision
This session is an introduction to embedded linux and a technical discussion on using embedded linux with FPGA co-processing for embedded vision applications. This session includes an overview of methods for achieving real-time performance and options for software acceleration.

Speakers
avatar for Omar Rahim

Omar Rahim

VP of Imaging Solutions, Critical Link
Omar is a co-founder of Critical Link LLC, a leading provider of embedded systems solutions system on modules (SOMs) and imaging platforms. In addition to his role as principal, Rahim serves as the vice president of imaging solutions for the company. He has more than 35 years of experience... Read More →


Thursday June 27, 2019 10:00am - 10:50am
Room 230A

10:00am

STMicroelectronics Workshop: Bluetooth Low Energy 5.0 and 802.15.4 Made Easy with the STM32WB
Looking to add 802.15.4 wireless connectivity, reduce your BOM cost, add functionality and advanced features into your product?  The STM32WB dual-core multi-protocol wireless microcontroller is the right fit for you. Learn the basics of Bluetooth and how the STM32WB conforms to Bluetooth Low Energy 5.0. Experience how the STM32WB development tools, ecosystem and examples can take you from a NUCLEO board to a working design in this workshop. Designers new to STM32 microcontrollers are welcome to join and learn how the STM32Cube ecosystem can simplify your next embedded design.  

This hands-on workshop is a working session and requires either a Windows® Laptop (Windows 7,Windows 8, or Windows 10) or a MacBook running Windows (Parallels, VM Fusion, etc.) with a Type-A USB port, as well as a minimum 2GHz processor, 4 GBs of RAM, and 7 GBs of free disk space. Participants should have a basic understanding of the “C” programming language or equivalent. Note: Administrator rights are needed for software and driver installation. ST will provide the required P-NUCLEO-WB55 pack and all software.*

All ETC attendees can attend free of charge; must opt in during registration or in the Attendee Resource Center. Space is limited; first-come, first-seated. Lunch is provided.

Must be present, meet eligibility requirements listed below*, and stay for training to receive the free kit.

*Free development kit restrictions: Due to Global Trade Compliance Regulations, recipients of the P-NUCLEO-WB55 development pack must be employed by a company with a valid physical address in the United States. PO box is not acceptable. All attendees must verify their eligibility by showing both a business card that includes personal name, company name and company address, and a Government-Issued photo ID. If an attendee cannot provide verification, they can participate in the workshop, but will need to return the kit to ST at the end of the workshop.

Thursday June 27, 2019 10:00am - 2:00pm

10:00am

10:00am

Microchip Workshop: Effortless Design
Microchip’s Effortless Design workshop will allow attendees to learn about the products and system solutions for edge node IoT systems that Microchip has to offer.

Included in this full-day workshop will be hands-on sessions, informative presentations and access to experts in the key areas of microcontrollers, wireless technology, security, power management and sensor interfacing. A key theme of the workshop is effortless design, which allows the engineer to concentrate on solving the actual problem instead of fighting all the little details. Software development tools such as MPLAB® Code Configurator (MCC) and Atmel START will be demonstrated which allow designers to rapidly prototype IoT designs in both the hardware and software domain.

Attendees will be able to see a wide selection of Microchip’s hardware development tools in action from low-cost, entry-level to high-end systems with dynamic power measurement capability. Also featured will be new reference designs from Microchip’s IoT partners. In keeping with the effortless design theme, Microchip’s sponsored workshop is flexible to allow attendees to stay for an hour or for the entire day.

AGENDA
10:00AM-1:00PM
Effortless Design Workshop: Advanced Arduino® Debugging
Have you ever wanted to move your Arduino Sketches into a professional development environment with full debug capabilities? This session will introduce you to the Arduino Sketch import capability in Atmel Studio 7, which allows for full source code debugging. You’ll get to keep the ATmega328P Xplained Mini and the JTAGICE3 debugger which provides everything needed to implement source level debugging on Arduino projects. Limited seating! Lunch provided.

1:00PM-3:00PM
8-bit Microcontroller IoT Focus
This session will provide you with a solid understanding of the different parts of an IoT device. You will learn how to evaluate the different components that should be in your next design. The instructor will discuss "things" and how to interface with a microcontroller in the most efficient way possible using hardware called "core-independent peripherals". The class will finish with a demo that brings together the different lessons learned.

3:00PM-4:30PM
Multi-Cloud Enrollment with 32-bit MCU and Trustonic Kinibi-M Security Software
Experience a live demo showcasing the capability of factory pre-provisioned identity stored in SAM L11 used to authenticate multiple cloud ecosystem. Since the identity is cloud-agnostic, the IoT device has the flexibility to connect to the cloud provider of choice. Most importantly, the device manufacturer does not have to re-architect or re-program a board for each cloud provider saving cost and time to the market.

4:30PM-5:00PM
Ask the Experts
Meet with Microchip’s experts and get your questions answered.

All ETC attendees can attend free of charge; must opt in during registration or in the Attendee Resource Center. Space is limited; first-come, first-seated.

Thursday June 27, 2019 10:00am - 5:00pm

10:15am

Automotive Technology Theater
Find the right gear from industry leaders providing the latest sense technologies driving the automotive market forward. Free for all attendees on the Expo Floor!

Agenda:

10:15AM-10:45AM
Evolution of Automotive LiDAR: From Mechanical to Solid State
Slawomir Piatek / Sr. University Lecturer & Scientific Consultant / NJIT & Hamamatsu
A self-driving car will likely need a LiDAR to provide 3D information at a video rate. Designing a functional LiDAR that meets automotive industry requirements is challenging. The presentation first reviews several types of LiDAR, each based either on time-of-flight or frequency modulation principle. It then focuses on a flash (or solid state) LiDAR, discussing its physics principles, photon budget, and imaging detectors. A particular attention will be paid to single-photon detection with a SPAD array.

10:55AM-11:25AM
What is Spectrum-Scan™ LiDAR?
Nick Langdale-Smith / VP Business Development / Baraja
A brief primer on Spectrum-Scan™ LiDAR. How the AV industry is driving innovation in LiDAR scanning technologies to break through the performance, reliability & scalability constraints of legacy LiDAR systems.

12:15PM-12:45PM
Innovusion Inc. More information coming soon!

12:55PM-1:25PM
Autonomous Driving Requires New, Low Noise Inertial Sensors
Ville Nurmiainen / Business Development Manager / Murata Electronics
During the presentation we will discuss different inertial sensor parameters and how those will impact to the navigation capability. We will show that the sensors meeting the Electronic Stability Control (ESC) standard performance specification are not sufficient for safe operation of L2+ vehicles. We will also compare the state of art ESC sensors found on road today to next generation automotive inertial sensors targeted for AD/ADAS applications.

Speakers
avatar for Nick Langdale-Smith

Nick Langdale-Smith

VP of Business Development, Baraja
avatar for Ville Nurmiainen

Ville Nurmiainen

Business Development Manager, Murata Electronics
avatar for Slawomir Piatek

Slawomir Piatek

Sr. University Lecturer/Scientific Consultant, NJIT/Hamamatsu


Thursday June 27, 2019 10:15am - 3:25pm
Expo Floor

10:15am

Embedded Live Theater
Get to know leading vendors on the Expo Floor as they present on their latest embedded technologies. Free for all attendees on the Expo Floor!

Agenda:

10:15AM-10:45AM
Opensource and Expired Patents - Crowdsourcing Creative Sensor Solutions
Monica Houston / Director of Events / Hackster
It can be difficult to find detailed information on the sensors that you want to use in your next project. Datasheets can be misleading, and combing through them can be mind numbing. Thankfully, the opensource community has probably already created a project using the sensor that you need! With millions of members and tens of thousands of opensource projects, sites like Hackster are a wealth of information. People have taken the time to try out, test, and document the parts that they’ve used. It’s likely that you can find information on the sensor you need, and hopefully you’ll contribute to this wealth of information as well.

10:55AM-11:25AM
Design Options for Embedding Connectivity into SOC
Richard Edgar / Senior Director of Product Management / Imagination Technologies
Embedding wireless connectivity into an SoC is seen as a major challenge by many engineers. Mixed signal SoCs are seen as a challenge with increased costs and increased development times. In this session we will discuss the various options available to you for integrating wireless connectivity into your embedded solution, particularly focusing on the challenges in integrating analogue circuits into your design to reduce the development timescales and costs.

11:35AM-12:05PM
Software Crash Management for Embedded Devices
Abel Mathew / CEO & Co-Founder / Backtrace
If you aren't thinking about software crashes, you should. They represent a point of failure for device operation and ruin end-user experience. In this talk, we'll first learn how various software organizations ensure that their devices are resilient to software crashes. We will then do a deep dive into how they capture, analyze, and leverage crash data to improve software quality and accelerate product development before and after release.

12:15PM-12:45PM
DevKit Giveaway - Sponsored by OpenSystems Media and Embedded Computing Design

12:55PM-1:25PM
Eliminating Programming from IoT Projects
Oguz "Oz" Murtezaoglu / CEO / BiPOM Electronics, Inc.
Embedded and IoT projects typically have long development times that involve hardware selection or design, software development, testing and pilot deployment. This process is costly, delays time to market, results in lost opportunities and slows technological progress. What if there was a platform that eliminated hardware design/prototyping, software development and testing and allowed immediate deployment of products?

1:35PM-2:05PM
Moving Toward Industrial IoT Plug & Play: Standards Advancement for IoT Sensors
Doug Sandy / CTO / PICMG
PICMG seeks to accelerate the adoption of industrial internet of things (IIoT) by providing meaningful open specifications to enable plug & play management of sensor and actuator devices. This presentation outlines current developments and industry collaborations toward the completion of these standards, which are expected to be available by early next year.

2:15PM-2:45PM
Too Much Data, Not Enough Information: Adding Cost Effective AI to Intelligent Edge Devices
Dave Steer / Director Business Development / Imagination Technologies
The IoT phenomena has resulted in a world where billions of devices generate exabytes of data per day. Doing something with that data to create distilled, actionable information has classically been the domain of cloud processing; however bandwidth, latency and increasing user expectations now forces the devices to become smarter, pushing intelligence into the endpoint. We explore the issues and solutions for incorporating AI into resource-constrained devices in a cost effective and manageable way.

2:55PM-3:25PM
DevKit Giveaway - Embedded Technologies Expo & Conference

Speakers
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Richard Edgar

Senior Director of Product Management, Imagination Technologies
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Abel Mathew

CEO &Co-Founder, Backtrace
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Oguz "Oz" Murtezaoglu

CEO, BiPOM Electronics, Inc.
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Doug Sandy

VP of Technology, PICMG
Doug Sandy is the Vice President of Technology for PICMG with over 24 years of industry experience in the embedded computing, industrial automation, telecommunications and cloud computing spaces. Doug has worked as Technical Fellow, Chief Technology Officer and Chief Architect for... Read More →
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Dave Steer

Director Business Development, Imagination Technologies


Thursday June 27, 2019 10:15am - 3:25pm
Expo Floor

11:00am

DI7: The Journey to Digitization: Bringing the Industrial IoT to Life with Edge-Cloud Infrastructure
“Edge-Cloud” with all the functionalities and flexibility of a cloud – multi-tenancy, application resource flexibility, spin-up/spin-down capability and more - is a necessity today! However, deploying the Edge-cloud across millions of industrial assets poses challenges – who will manage this infrastructure? How to push applications to the edge-cloud? How to enable multiple tenants to run multiple applications on this edge-cloud? How to do patch management of edge-cloud as well as the applications running on it?

Speakers
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Dhawal Tyagi

Chief Product Officer, ioTium
Dhawal Tyagi is the Chief Product Officer, Co-founder at IoTium. Dhawal has over 25 years of engineering leadership in networking and security from companies such as Cisco, Aruba, and Brocade.


Thursday June 27, 2019 11:00am - 11:25am
Room 230B

11:00am

VI2: Widening the Eyes of Embedded Vision & Image Processing Applications Through Spiking Neural Network Technology
Spiking neural network (SNN) technology is leading to breakthroughs in the implementation of artificial intelligence. Unlike deep learning networks, which are power-hungry and require large GPU-Server clusters and weeks of training, SNNs learn in an unsupervised manner, without large datasets, and find patterns that humans may not be aware of. This rapid learning capability opens up new possibilities for object classification, ADAS/AV, surveillance, vision guided robotics, and hundreds of other applications.

Speakers
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Roger Levinson

COO, BrainChip Holdings Ltd.
Mr. Levinson most recently served as Vice President of Data Management at Rstor where he previously served as Vice President of ASIC Engineering. Mr. Levinson has also served as Vice President of Engineer at Rambus and Vice President/General Manager of Strategy and Innovation at Semtech... Read More →


Thursday June 27, 2019 11:00am - 11:25am
Room 230A

11:00am

SES2: Simple Multitasking Without a Real-Time Operating System
For designers, an RTOS is seductive: just write linear code blocks and compile with the RTOS. Unfortunately, the cost doesn’t appear until the design, when code space and timing issues appear. A state machine-based approach is smaller, faster, and cheaper because only needed features are included, context management is eliminated, and the only cost is the time to do the software design up front. This session walks attendees through a basic multitasking state-machine design.

Speakers
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Keith Curtis

Technical Staff Engineer, Microchip Technology Inc.
Keith Curtis began his career during college as a technician/programmer for Summit Dana, and he graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Montana State University in 1986. After graduation, Keith was employed by Tele-Tech as an engineer developing microcontroller... Read More →


Thursday June 27, 2019 11:00am - 11:50am
Room 230C

11:25am

DI8: Affordable Computing at the IIoT Edge Node
As the Internet of Things evolves, the realization is that not everything can, or should be moved to the cloud. For many, real-time operation and analog interfacing are crucial. This is where edge computing becomes key. However, the edge can have limitations from a power, size and cost perspective. The smartedge platform demonstrated by S3semi shows how edge computing can be a reality – without compromising on performance, power, size or cost.

Speakers
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Edel Griffith

Technical Marketing Manager, Adesto Technologies
Edel Griffith is the Technical Marketing Manager in the ASIC & IP division of Adesto (formerly S3 Semiconductors). She has over 20 years of experience in the semiconductor industry in both R&D and technical Marketing roles. She has a Degree in Applied Physics and Electronics from... Read More →


Thursday June 27, 2019 11:25am - 11:50am
Room 230B

11:25am

VI3: Optimizing Industrial Embedded Imaging Development
This session is a technical discussion of how developers are leveraging embedded systems to enable advancements in imaging applications. Attendees learn the ability to offload image processing from host PC by leveraging off-the-shelf tools and libraries and discuss techniques to further advance and accelerate applications using FPGA co-processing tools like Open Computing Language and High Level Synthesis.

Speakers
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Dave Rice

Vice President & Technical Director, Critical Link
Dave Rice is one of four founders of Critical Link LLC, a leading provider of embedded solutions. In addition to his role as principal and vice president, Rice serves as the technical director for the company. He has more than 35 years of experience in embedded system design and development... Read More →


Thursday June 27, 2019 11:25am - 11:50am
Room 230A

1:30pm

SES3: Securing the IoT with Arm® TrustZone® for the Cortex®-M
Securing embedded systems has become a critical task for developers. It is nearly impossible to turn on the news and not hear about yet another major security breach. In this session, attendees become familiar with the design methodologies necessary to secure their embedded systems using the new Arm TrustZone for Cortex-M processors. It examines important concepts, such as Secure and Non-secure domains, debugging a secure application, secure boot, trust zone use cases and more. This session provides a hands-on demonstration, using Microchip SAM L11, NXP LPC556x and ST Microelectronics STM32L5.

Speakers
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Jacob Beningo

President, Beningo Embedded Group
Jacob Beningo is an embedded software consultant who currently works with clients in more than a dozen countries to dramatically transform their businesses by improving product quality, cost and time to market. He has published more than 200 articles on embedded software development... Read More →


Thursday June 27, 2019 1:30pm - 1:55pm
Room 230C

1:30pm

DI9: Rapid Prototyping of Sensor-Based Embedded Systems
This session shows how you can use modern software debugging tools to verify the proper operation and correctness of sensor data from a real-time embedded target. These debugging tools can also be used to simulate the data provided by sensors prior to having actual hardware.

Speakers
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Jean Labrosse

Software Architect, Silicon Labs
Jean Labrosse is a software architect at Silicon Labs. Labrosse, an RTOS expert who founded Micrium in 1999, is a regular speaker and panelist at the Embedded Systems Conference in Boston, Minneapolis, Silicon Valley, Embedded World and other industry conferences. He is the author... Read More →


Thursday June 27, 2019 1:30pm - 2:20pm
Room 230B

1:30pm

TE1: Using Google Test for Safety Sensitive Software Development
Users have a wide choice of commercial unit testing tools and opensource frameworks. While commercial tools are usually prepared to meet safety-related development requirements, open source frameworks require adaptation and investment before they can be used in this kind of development environment. On the other hand, advanced functionalities rely on open source libraries, which are available with unit test cases written in open source frameworks such as Google Test.

Speakers
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Mirek Zielinski

Product Manager, Parasoft
Mirosław Zielinski, C/C++test Product Manager , is responsible for developing embedded applications of Parasoft’s embedded testing product. His main responsibilities currently at Parasoft are related to its flagship product C++test and include: gathering user requirements, designing... Read More →


Thursday June 27, 2019 1:30pm - 2:20pm
Room 230A

1:55pm

SES4: Designing & Deploying an End-to-End Security Solution for Microcontrollers in a High-Mix, High-Volume Production Environment
Designing a single, secure device on the bench is one thing.  Designing a secure device that can easily be provisioned with security credentials in high volume is quite another.  The latter starts with a security-by-design approach that utilizes a modern workflow.  This approach embeds roots of trust enabling the integration of security into all phases of a product’s life: design, prototype, production and deployment for a secure IoT device.  What is a modern workflow, and how does it impact the design process of embedded firmware on a microcontroller and improve the transition to manufacturing? A modern workflow not only improves the embedded design process, but also incorporates the tool set and embedded process flow for a seamless transition from embedded design to first article and finally into production. With the addition of a cost-effective and scalable security provisioning methodology in manufacturing, these IoT devices may be produced securely anywhere in the world for OEMs of all size and volume.

Speakers
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Rajeev Gulati

Vice President & CTO, Data I/O Corporation
Rajeev Gulati joined Data I/O in July 2013 and is our Chief Technology Officer and Vice President of Engineering. Prior to Data I/O, Rajeev served as Director of Software Engineering for AMD responsible for tools, compiler strategy and execution from 2006 to 2013. He has an extensive... Read More →


Thursday June 27, 2019 1:55pm - 2:20pm
Room 230C

2:30pm

SES5: Industrial IoT Security Framework: Securing the Supply Chain with Device Identities
This session teaches attendees how to incorporate IoT security best practices into their production processes using secure device identities, asymmetric cryptography, and public CA backed certificates on a PKI based IoT Identity Platform.

Speakers
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Lancen LaChance

Head of IoT Identity Solutions, GlobalSign
Lancen LaChance is Head of IoT Identity Solutions at GlobalSign, responsible for driving overall IoT product strategy, partnerships, and roadmap.  Lancen has lead next generation device security concepts, helping to establish practical implementations of "Strong Device Identity... Read More →


Thursday June 27, 2019 2:30pm - 2:55pm
Room 230C

2:30pm

DI10: Designing Intelligent Systems Using Resource Constrained Edge Devices
Traditional embedded software engineers often think that machine learning and intelligent systems are outside the realm of microcontroller based systems and therefore outside their realm of expertise. Advances in microcontroller technology have made designing intelligent systems using these resource constrained devices a reality. This session examines the tools and capabilities that are available to microcontroller designers to start using machine learning and adding a new level of intelligence to their devices. Developers will walk away understanding that machine learning and AI is not just for big data and the cloud.

Speakers
avatar for Jacob Beningo

Jacob Beningo

President, Beningo Embedded Group
Jacob Beningo is an embedded software consultant who currently works with clients in more than a dozen countries to dramatically transform their businesses by improving product quality, cost and time to market. He has published more than 200 articles on embedded software development... Read More →


Thursday June 27, 2019 2:30pm - 3:20pm
Room 230B

2:30pm

TE2: Testing IoT Applications: From Embedded to Cloud
The term IoT refers to a system of network-enabled devices, components, or services that publish and/or consume data. IoT applications are becoming an integral part of our life: from industrial robots and surgical instruments to self-driving cars and autonomously flying drones. Properly testing IoT systems for safety and security becomes more and more critical.

Speakers
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Andrey Madan

Sr. Solutions Architect, Parasoft
Andrey Madan is a software testing professional focusing on tools and methodologies. He is currently a Senior Solution Architect at Parasoft where he is working with customers to identify best technical and business approaches for efficient testing of heterogeneous applications. Andrey... Read More →


Thursday June 27, 2019 2:30pm - 3:20pm
Room 230A

2:55pm

SES6: How SHA-3 Cryptographic Authentication Protects Against Substandard Sensor Clones
The rise of substandard sensor clones and device counterfeiting present increasing threats to embedded system integrity and can degrade end-user service-level expectations. As a result, designers are under pressure to guarantee that the sensors inside their devices are genuine and will deliver the most accurate data available. Learn how to use SHA3-256, the latest industry-standard cryptographic hash algorithm, to efficiently reduce the risk of substandard sensor use and device counterfeits.

Speakers
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Scott Jones

Managing Director, Embedded Security, Maxim Integrated
Scott Jones, Managing Director, Embedded Security at Maxim Integrated Scott Jones is Managing Director of Embedded Security at Maxim Integrated, where he leads a team responsible for secure authentication products. With more than 15 years at Maxim Integrated, Scott is responsible... Read More →


Thursday June 27, 2019 2:55pm - 3:20pm
Room 230C