Thomas Lorenser, who works at Arm in the IoT line of business. At the Embedded World 2023 in Nuremberg Germany, Arm projects dominate, with many new announcements including the highly-performing M-class CPU called Cortex M85, pushing the boundaries of performance for machine learning, signal processing, and scalar workloads. There is a trend towards driving more compute capabilities at the edge, including machine learning and machine vision capabilities, which is extending into the microcontroller world as well. Himax integrates the Cortex M55 and Ethos-U55 to achieve neural network processing capabilities for machine learning in tiny applications. Arm Virtual Hardware is a project that enables software development to start before the hardware is available, and it provides a faster time to market and more simulation emulation. Finally, there is a program called Arm System Ready, which enables reuse of software development for individual platforms, thereby avoiding the need to reinvent the wheel for each individual platform. (chatgpt generated paragraph based on auto subtitle)
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Arm at Embedded World 2023
Arm is a leading provider of semiconductor intellectual property (IP). The company’s products are used in a wide range of devices, including smartphones, tablets, laptops, and servers.
At Embedded World 2023, Arm showcased its latest innovations in the embedded computing market. The company’s booth featured a variety of products, including the Cortex-M85 microcontroller, the Ethos-U55 neural network processor, and the Arm Virtual Hardware platform.
The Cortex-M85 is a high-performance microcontroller that is designed for machine learning and signal processing applications. The Ethos-U55 is a neural network processor that is optimized for energy efficiency. The Arm Virtual Hardware platform is a software emulator that allows developers to test their software on a virtual representation of Arm hardware.
Arm’s products are used in a wide range of embedded devices, including industrial automation, automotive, and medical devices. The company’s products are also used in a variety of consumer electronics, including smartphones, tablets, and laptops.
Arm is a leading provider of semiconductor IP. The company’s products are used in a wide range of devices, and the company is committed to innovation in the embedded computing market.
Here are some additional details about the products featured in the video:
Cortex-M85: A high-performance microcontroller that is designed for machine learning and signal processing applications.
Ethos-U55: A neural network processor that is optimized for energy efficiency.
Arm Virtual Hardware platform: A software emulator that allows developers to test their software on a virtual representation of Arm hardware.
Here are some additional details about the trends that Thomas Lorenzo discusses in the video:
Machine learning: Machine learning is being used in a variety of embedded applications, including voice-activated door locks, connected motor control, and predictive maintenance.
Vision and graphics: Vision and graphics are becoming more important in embedded applications, such as smart displays in appliances.
Cortex-M with AI: The Cortex-M microcontroller family is being extended with new features for machine learning, such as the Helium vector processing unit.
Arm Virtual Hardware: The Arm Virtual Hardware platform allows developers to test their software on a virtual representation of Arm hardware, which can save time and money.
This video was recorded as part of my Embedded World 2023 day 3 Livestream here: https://youtu.be/hniKDIbTYLE?t=16378
Watch all my Embedded World videos here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7xXqJFxvYvjgUpdNMBkGzEWU6YVxR8Ga