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CI/CD and MLOps Workflow for IoT Endpoint Development


Reinhard Keil

Senior Director of Embedded Tools, Arm

Today, the validation process for IoT endpoint applications relies heavily on target hardware with manual user interaction. For automated CI/CD workflows a robust test environment with controlled, repeatable input stimuli is required.

Fast Models combined with Python scripting provide this for unit and integration testing. Using a flexible tool flow, applications can be validated in simulation on CI/CD or MLOps environments, verified for correctness on hardware, and deployed to the final system.

Learn more: https://www.arm.com/virtual-hardware

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> Gordon Margulieux
HW/SW Design Engineer/Consultant / GLMC Engineering

The slides were too smalll. I would have liked to download the presentation.

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Ian Bratt

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