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Embedded Computing

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8 June 2022

10am - 5pm

9 June 2022

10am - 4pm

LV Convention Center

Supported by:

Embedded Computing

8-9 June 2022

LV Convention Center

Theater 3

Seminar Theaters are some of the most prominent features of the Embedded Technology Convention. With numerous seminars expected to be delivered at the event, attendees can discover valuable insights and industry knowledge on what’s been happening in embedded systems, computer processing, IoT and more to advance their professional capabilities.

  • Wednesday
  • Thursday
    • 11.00 - 11.30

      Dr. Yehuda Elmaliah - Cogniteam

      Optimizing the balance between edge and cloud in robotics

      Robots, as embedded systems, are capable of local computation. However, different robotic systems operate in different environments under varied requirements and dynamic contexts. Robots might not always be able to lift the heavy computational load. Therefore, robot development should optimize the contention between reliance on cloud computation or on the edge (robot). In this talk, we will introduce these issues and suggest using a hybrid cloud-based paradigm.


      11.45 - 12.15

      Mohammed Jebbar - BC Skills Group

      The Augmented Human

      New technology is being created with the purpose to augment human capabilities and disrupt the known lifestyle. How can we profit from this innovation wave and make sure the purpose is good for humans and their ecosystem?


      12.30 - 13.00

      Ross Schwalm - SkyFoundry

      Introduction to Haxall - An open-source IoT data framework

      Learn how Haxall, which is an open-source (Academic Free License 3.0) framework that includes a web server and REST API built from a core subset of proven SkyFoundry code used in a commercial product for over 10 years, enables you to rapidly build applications on edge hardware platforms that acquire and trend data, capture semantic tagging, and perform local data transformations.


      13.15 - 13.45

      Luc Leblanc - Orthogone Technologies

      How to meet the challenges of developing innovative embedded software in our connected world.

      The world of electronics and modern technology is constantly evolving, and organizations need experts in software and FPGA development to stay competitive and overcome complexity and technological change. Among the range of products, services, and industries, the complexities involved in product design and advanced embedded software development that combine semiconductor technologies and hardware acceleration modules are paramount. This presentation aims to showcase the challenges and issues of electronic product design and embedded systems in connected devices.


      14.00 - 14.30

      Devarshi Shah - Lumeo

      “Beyond the (bounding) Box - Delivering value with video analytics”

      Today, advances in Machine Vision and AI are creating entirely new product categories; things like vision-based parking sensors, underwater fish disease detection, media curation, construction safety intelligence, and threat detection -- just to name a few. For solution providers, however, the journey from an AI model to delivering business value is far from simple. From building and iterating on AI Models, to choosing the right hardware to run them on, to deploying them at scale in the field, to interfacing with cameras and vision sensors, and last but not the least - translating the bounding box output of the models to business logic and systems, solution providers must navigate a complex set of technologies to make it happen. This talk discusses the various building blocks, considerations and challenges in building and delivering end-to-end vision AI and video analytics solutions at the edge or cloud.


      14.45 - 15.15

      Loren Shade - Allegro Software

      Combining IoT with NFTs, ZKPs and More

      Many exciting technologies today that have their foundations based on key concepts of cryptography (e.g. blockchain, non-fungible tokens, smart contracts, zero-knowledge proofs, and many more). This presentation highlights the growing number of IoT use cases that combine advancing cryptographic-based technologies to deliver unheard-of value for their larger ecosystems and society at large.


      15.30 - 16.00

      Artjay Javier - Sciligent

      Applied Scientometrics: Emerging Technology Scouting & Portfolio Analysis

      The results of a bibliometric horizon scan of millions of publications, patents, and grants using natural language processing, probabilistic topic modeling, and other machine learning techniques to identify rapidly emerging research areas are presented. A comparative statistical analysis of research portfolios of various foreign and domestic government agencies demonstrates the value of scientific intelligence for planning future technology investments and forecasting technological innovation.