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Wednesday, June 26
 

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
 
Thursday, June 27
 

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

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