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The Value and Path to System Ready IR Certification

Oct 19
18:30 - 19:20


This session will provide a specific overview of Arm System Ready-IR, its value proposition and its enabled SW. We'll do a technical dive into System Ready IR, components, problem solving and meaning to the Developer’s community. We'll also look at how to build and test a SystemReady-IR (ODMs, OEMs, FW developers) across Silicon Platforms and how to use OS with SystemReady-IR with Commercial OS (Debian OpenSuse, Fedora) or purpose-built (Yocto, OpenWRT).



Automotive Cybersecurity: Driving toward a Trusted Vehicle Architecture Ecosystem

John Moore

Vehicle Security Architect/ Tech Specialist / Ford

Foundational security capabilities and compute authenticity hinge on the explicit establishment of trust within a SoC and between SoCs. In this talk, we will focus on the how the standardization of the hardware root of trust within an architecture...

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Ahead of the Plasticity Curve: AI, Biology and Technology

Ian Bratt

Fellow and Senior Director of Technology, Machine Learning Group / Arm

Neuroplasticity allows our brains to continually adapt and learn through new experiences. Ian Bratt, Arm machine learning group Fellow, uses this biological concept to discuss the advance of AI – identifying parallels with the evolution of the most...

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Ultra-Low Power Wi-fi Made Easy – Develop a Battery Powered Wi-fi Sensor in Hours

Chandra Duba

Lead Field Application Engineer / Dialog Semiconductor

This workshop will demonstrate that battery power Wi-Fi applications are now possible using AT Commands form and Arm Cortex based host MCU. The workshop will be based on readily available development boards and all Source code will be available for...

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