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Keynote: Intel presents RealSense at the IDTechEx Show!: From 3D Printing to Drones

Posted by Charbax – November 29, 2016

Dr. Achin Bhowmik is Vice President and General Manager of the Perceptual Computing Group at Intel Corporation. He leads the development and deployment of interactive technologies and products based on natural sensing, intuitive interfaces, immersive applications and user experiences, branded as Intel® RealSense™ Technology. His presentation at the IDTechEx Show! on Nov. 16 2016 covers the latest progress with the technology. For more information about the event see http://www.idtechex.com

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Keynote: Google: Using Wearables to go from Open Heart Surgery to Bike Racing

Posted by Charbax – November 29, 2016

Heidi Dohse (who I interviewed here), Senior Program Manager at Google, shares her insights on empowering patients at the IDTechEx Show! on Nov 16. 2016. As a lifelong heart patient, Heidi pursued her desire to become an athlete and competitive cyclist. After having open heart surgery in 2010, she used wearable devices and technologies to provide the data she needed to go from the hospital bed to back on the bike and across the finish line of her first bike race. Learn more at http://www.idtechex.com

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Keynote: A perspective from Unilever: Opportunities for Printed Electronics

Posted by Charbax – November 29, 2016

John Snow, Global Packaging Customer Manager, Unilever, presents at the IDTechEx Show! on opportunities for printed electronics in the Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG) industry. Learn more at http://www.idtechex.com

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Jem Davies, ARM VP of Technology, Imaging and Vision Group

Posted by Charbax – November 26, 2016

Interview with Jem Davies at ARM Techcon 2016, after his keynote (see here) he talks about the upcoming development at ARM in the field of Computer Vision, after the acquisition by ARM of Apical, adding their ISP technology, local tone-mapping Display Engine to fit inside Mali's Display Processor, and the Computer Vision does object recognition in a fixed function dedicated engine. The Computer Vision engine is configurable to recognize people, objects, places, enabling a new visual level of smart technology.

You can also see the official video of his keynote here:

STM32H7 ARM Cortex-M7 by STMicroelectronics

Posted by stromium – November 26, 2016

STMicroelectronics has on display their ARM Cortex-M7. The H7 is the successor to the F7. The H7 uses 40nm process node over 90nm for the F7, allowing for a higher 400MHz clock speed (compared to 200MHz). The demo setup is running a fractal program and has UARC, Ethernet and several display outputs. The faster speeds allows for graphics processing that earlier needed Cortex-A cores, with audio applications possible as well.

NXP HomeKit SDK on Kinetis K64F ARM Cortex-M4 development board

Posted by stromium – November 26, 2016

NXP here is displaying their development system for Apple HomeKit. It consists of an RGB LED lightbulb being controlled through the setup using Bluetooth LE, with Siri integration. It uses an ARM Cortex-M4 CPU. Also on display is a Point-of-Sale kit (SLN POS RDR). Lastly we see NXP's modular IoT gateway that supports Zigbee, WiFi, Ethernet, and NFC.

Technologic Systems at ARM Techcon 2016

Posted by stromium – November 26, 2016

Arizona-based Technologic Systems makes boards for embedded applications using ARM CPUs and Linux support packages. Their field applications engineer displays a range of boards with Marvell, NXP, FreeScale Semiconductor, and Cavium processors. Their BAT12 system on display is meant to provide power backup for a few hours in case of loss. They also display their range of LCD monitors with full computers built onto the back of them.

ComTech IoT location providing hardware and software

Posted by stromium – November 26, 2016

ComTech, a company that makes location offerings, is displaying here their solutions for obtaining location on ARM mbed. On display are three mbed setups that use cellular networks, GPS, and WiFi. The company provides the APIs and the SDKs to ARM mbed, and offer a cloud service for assistance in finding locations.

DevicePilot IoT operational management

Posted by stromium – November 26, 2016

Keith Reed, CEO of DevicePilot, explains about operational management in IoT. The company helps companies that deploy smart solutions, to ensure that their smart devices are kept up-to-date with the latest firmware and that they are functional. An example for the company is one of their clients that supply fire alarms - DevicePilot assists in ensuring that the alarms are functional.

SpinDance IoT development service for ARM mbed Ecosystem

Posted by stromium – November 26, 2016

Tom Miller, VP of Marketing for SpinDance, discusses the functions of the company. SpinDance provides turnkey solutions for companies that want to make smart products. Their demo product is one that is intended to be used for disasters/emergencies; it consists of a split ball that can be thrown into a collapsed building, for example, to detect sound and measure temperature, humidity and air pressure.