Supported by:

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 6

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

      Mike Wilkinson - Paragon Innovations

      Engineering Process from Start to Success

      In this course, you''ll learn the ins and outs of a product development journey that delivers powerful, measurable results the first time around. Let''s discuss all steps from idea to reality and beyond. Including design, research, prototyping, manufacturing, marketing, post manufacturing and more. Focused around Embedded Technology with real examples.

      11.45 - 12.15

      Christiaan Baaij - QBayLogic

      FPGA design with a functional programming language

      You will learn all about the free and open-source Haskell-to-Verilog compiler called Clash ( Clash brings you high-level FPGA using the modern functional programming language called Haskell. You will learn about the incredible programming-in-the-large potential of having domain experts and RTL designer developing in the same, highly declarative, programming language. In addition, you will discover which industries already benefit from using Haskell for FPGA design in production.

      12.30 - 13.00

      Huhnsik Chung - SQrBlock Solutions

      Successfully Scaled Deployments of Blockchain Solutions

      Huhnsik will present examples of successfully scaled deployments of key blockchain solutions he has been involved in for (1) real time supply chain tracking and certification of authenticity for Halal products; (2) random fair draw system; (3) optical picture and medical data management system; (4) Digital Post Office and Mobile Mail Box handing over 5 million transactions per day; (5) digital certification service; (6) NFT app for all digital media; (7) DID based crypto wallet service; and (8) NFT proof service.

      13.15 - 13.45

      Lou Feudi - Raymond EMC

      Understanding Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Requirements

      EMC is the compatibility between electronic products that emit electromagnetic disturbance and can be susceptible to that same disturbance. North American and European Laws require emission and (in the EU) susceptibility performance testing and certification. Commercial Aircraft, Automotive Manufacturers and Military procurement require the same. This will be a review of the laws and basic requirements for all these categories, with emphasis on what is needed to meet these requirements.

      14.00 - 14.30

      Anvi Bui - A. Bui Consulting

      Your Keys to Digital Transformation Success: An Insider’s Blueprint

      What Is Digital Transformation? Essentially, it means to operate your business in a digital world. What was once a new concept is now a critical component for a company’s survival—requiring the right strategy and implementation plan. Without it, digital programs are 80% more likely to fail—costing time, money, and resources. Join us for this transformative session, as industry expert Anvi Bui shares her blueprint for Digital Transformation success.

      14.45 - 15.15

      Peter Voss - Shimco

      Self Powering Sensors For Aircraft Using Novel Flexible Piezoelectric Nanogenerators

      Developing increasingly compact structures and high-performing sustainable power sources has become an important area of development to assist in the deployment of self-powered electronics. Piezoelectric nanogenerators comprising flexible and compact structures have emerged as a strong candidate to address this need. More specifically, these self-powering devices are desired to monitor in-service conditions and out-of-spec events in aircraft structures, that will enhance their safety, consistency, operational cost, and efficiency.

      15.30 - 16.00

      Wan Ting Chan - Trunexa Inc

      Tech ecosystem needed for faster time to market

      This seminar talks about how OEMs should build a tech ecosystem that will help them in a faster time to market. Today’s dynamic environment requires an innovative and agile approach to creating modular hardware design with minimum hardware spins, quick turnaround time, and low cost.

      16.15 - 16.45

      Maor Efrati - Monogoto

      Removing the Fritction- Embedded Connectivity 5G and Private Networks

      The next cloud revolution is the connectivity cloud, 5G, mmWave, and regulation around private networks are going to enable developers to come up with the next killer application. AR/VR, Drone and Robots are going to play a key role in our day to day and future and connectivity and will be critical for almost any future use case.