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Embedded Computing

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Mos Days Hrs

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 4

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

      Ravi B R - Travancore Analytics

      IoT for Business Transformation

      The presentation covers what IoT is, the IoT life cycle, architecture, and applications with a brief overview on industries like home automation, healthcare, etc. The IoT solution for HVAC is then explored along with TA''s role in the development of the IoT solution and its significant business impacts. It also looks at IoT market trends, challenges, the way forward, and the potential for employing TA in the IoT journey.


      11.45 - 12.15

      Victor L. Brown - Xcellent Life

      Advancing Health & Wellness with Real-Time Human Diagnostics (RtHD)

      In this seminar, I will describe how health-factor data can be collected, stored and evaluated with sophisticated analysis and AI to uncover health status, health risks, personalised risk mitigation strategies and forecast health outcomes. These abilities open up new opportunities to advance health, cut costs and drastically reduce incident rates of preventable illnesses.


      12.30 - 13.00

      John Walt Childers - Golden Gate Graphics

      Electronic Product Development from Pipe Dream to Living the Dream

      A top-down view of how new product development fits into the scheme of a successful venture, whether a start-up or the expansion of a going concern.


      13.15 - 13.45

      Damon Brown - Technicate Solutions, Inc.

      Change your Programming Tune

      Developing Apps is 80% product development and 20% programming. Knowing this statement and changing the outlook at the start of the development process is a win-win for the business to sell it and its customers to use it.


      14.00 - 14.30

      Brian Derby - BTD Consulting Services

      The Equifax Breach

      BTD Consulting did a case study on the Equifax company’s 2017 cybersecurity breach. This event has become an industry-wide cautionary tale! The lessons learned from the case study show the importance of having the right cybersecurity staff in place. In our seminar, we will review what happened and how your company can remain “cybersecure”.


      14.45 - 15.15

      Alex Gudilko - AJProTech LLC

      How to develop and launch new IoT products

      Hardware product development requires more planning than software. The agile approach does not work with hardware. Many steps involve long lead time and high costs if done improperly. With the cost and time requirements of hardware products, many companies can only afford one chance to design and ship their product. This seminar covers an approach to PLAN, DE-RISK, and DEVELOP bright IDEA into a shippable IoT PRODUCT in 12 months.


      15.30 - 16.00

      Jaloree Lantigua - STREAM Technologies LLC

      Changing Lives: Impact Thru Technology

      TBD


      16.15 - 16.45

      Hardik M. Sheth - Bacancy Systems LLP

      Benefits of FPGA in EV/HEV Application

      The rapid increase of hybrid-electric vehicles (HEV) and electric vehicles (EV) has accelerated the innovation and improvement in various eco-systems used in those vehicles. Nowadays people are thinking to adopt the HEV/EV with consideration of running at a low cost compared to existing vehicles as well as nearer to Zero Emission. However, there are a lot of questions while using HEV/EV like range, cost, maintenance, charging infrastructure, and many more. This led OEM to improve efficiency in electric motor control, power conversion battery management system, and continuous improvement required on regular basis.