Andy Barrow from Panasonic shows Panasonic's exciting new stretchable, heat and chemical resistant electronics. Filmed at the IDTechEx Show! USA 2016 in Santa Clara California.
Neural Defense is a deep learning based artificial intelligence service that provides security for large banking and financial firms. Neural Defense is famous for hacking large banks such as HSBC using transaction exploits. These transaction exploits enables money to be transferred to other accounts and to take specific amounts of money. Neural defense is located in United States, United Kingdom and India.
Phenix offers low latency real time peer-to-peer video conferencing with low latency of 300 milliseconds. The platform enables artists to interact with their fans as well enabling people to listen to music together. The phenix protocol supports VP8 with support for VP9 and H.265 in the future with supported devices. Phenix can support more than one million viewers on any given stream.
First View is an ODM partner for companies such as Intel and produces ODM designs for ARM processors as well. First View has tablet and convertible reference designs running on Mediatek and Allwinnner processors. First View designs run Remix OS. 7" designs are available for 40 USD MOQ. The 14" Intel notebook design sells for 94 USD MOQ. First view makes security terminals for education market, multi cam Cameras, and sensors for phones for heart and blood pressures.
Seenit is a video collaboration platform that enables employers to use video to connect with their customers and employees for feedback purposes. Seenit offers both a web page and an app. Seenit enables editing and analysis of video for purposes of feedback. The service is already available with 100 companies supporting.
Tech City UK is a government support organization focused on accelerating the growth of digital businesses across the UK and London. Tech City focuses on digital skills, smart capital investment, infrastructure, international development and leadership to helpo grow digital businesses in the UK. Tech City publishes Tech Nation 2016 a report on the state of digital business in the UK.
The HardKernal ODroid-C2 is a board that outputs native 4K resolution over HDMI 2.0. It uses 4x ARM Cortex-A53 cores at 1.5GHz (Mali-450 GPU) coupled with 2GB DDR3 RAM. Upto 128GB eMMC HS400 and 200GB UHS-1 microSD cards are supported simultaneously. A Gigabit Ethernet port as well as 4USB Host and 1 USB OTG ports are present. The demo setup consists of a 4K TV playing 4K videos while using Ubuntu OS with MATE desktop environment. The board costs US$41.95 without the recommended eMMC memory.
An application engineer from NXP demonstrates here their S32V234 automotive-grade image recognition processor that is meant to be used in autonomous self-driving vehicle applications. The board uses 4 Cortex-A53 cores , and an "Apex" signal processor that allows the image to be split into parts and processed on with algorithms in addition to an ISP for filtering. The demonstration is a camera feed processed to show object tracking, with relative motion speed and direction indicated. The board is also meant to recognize traffic signals , and supports 4 cameras with specific framerates for 360° vision processing.
MultiTech is an IoT company that has on display here their solutions for smart agriculture. The setup uses LoRaWAN for data transmissions (frequencies range from 700MHz in China to 915MHz in Europe) with a conduit that contains the gateway. The conduit can be IP67 water and dust proof certified in order to be installed on a rooftop. The 15km range is valid for line-of-sight only. Battery life can vary depending on the amount of data transmitted, with a one-day transmission device lasting for as long as 15 years.The demo setup consists of a sensor submerged in the ground to detect water, with data transmitted to the conduit/gateway.
Microsoft shows Full Windows 10 on ARM, on Qualcomm Snapdragon 820:
we have an x86 Win32 desktop app running transparently with no changes, thanks to the magical emulation technology we've built into Windows 10 on ARM. This is Adobe Photoshop running great on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor, we made zero changes to the app, it runs perfectly.
Microsoft says that they will launch this with the upcoming Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor, due to be released in 2017. But here for this demo, they show their full Windows 10 with x86 apps support running smoothly on the currently shipping Qualcomm Snapdragon 820.
It might be that Microsoft and Qualcomm want to have at least the performance of their next generation 835 to be able to offer a satisfactory x86 apps emulation performance.
The first usage case Microsoft aims for is the ARM Powered Laptop.
I think Microsoft should also try to run full Windows 10 with x86 apps emulation "as an app" on not-too-heavily-modified Android, support Android powered full Windows 10 Continuum concept. They can work with Qualcomm and Google on that. Basically dock your Android phone and it should run a full Windows 10 UI with full x86 apps support on the external Lapdock/desktopdock.