Join Mike Hansen and Scott Farester for talks on robotics and the IoT. Read about the topic, and find links to register for the events (Brooklyn, Seattle) below:
With embedded artificial intelligence, computer vision, and advanced sensing, robots are getting smarter and more capable of performing tasks previously exclusive to humans. Self-driving cars, voice assistants, and smartphones are a few examples of robotics applications and devices with advanced components, onboard intelligence, and more computing power than ever before.
The capabilities of these devices are both powered by the IoT, as well as protected by it. IoT components enable:
The IoT should also reliably enable:
The talk will happen in Brooklyn on June 4: https://www.hardwarepioneers.com/2019-events/ny/talks-and-demo/developing-robotics-tech-today-and-tomorrow
And in Seattle on June 11th: https://www.hardwarepioneers.com/2019-events/seattle/talks-and-demo/developing-robotics-tech-today-and-tomorrow
Join us for a hands-on virtual workshop to learn how Silicon Labs Bluetooth Xpress shortens your path to wireless development. In this workshop you’ll get an in-depth look at the brand-new Bluetooth Xpress solution plus a hands-on experience connecting a prototype application with Bluetooth.
The speaker for this webinar will be Parker Dorris. Parker is a senior product manager for Xpress interface devices solutions at Silicon Labs. He joined Silicon Labs in 2003 when the company acquired Cygnal Integrated Products. Mr. Dorris specializes in the areas of human interface, wireless connectivity and embedded system design. He holds a Bachelor Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin.
In a 45-minute webinar, Jean Labrosse explains everything you need to know about an RTOS. An RTOS is software that manages time and resources of a CPU. RTOSs are practically used in almost every embedded and IoT system.
Click here to register: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/3924613694856300300?source=SiLab
About Jean Labrosse:
Jean Labrosse is a software architect at Silicon Labs. Labrosse, an RTOS expert who founded Micrium in 1999, is a regular speaker and panelist at the Embedded Systems Conference in Boston and Silicon Valley, and other industry conferences. He is the author of three definitive books and many blogs and articles on embedded design. He holds BSEE and MSEE degrees from the University of Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada.