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Interior Vehicle Sensing AI Improves Safety Modar Alaoui
Vehicle interior conditions create surprisingly complicated environments. But by fusing a variety of hardware sensing elements, AI software company Eyeris improves safety and more for 21st-century drivers.

Why Software-Defined Vehicles Transform the Car from a Tool to an Experience Adam Kimmel
Instead of representing a snapshot of hardware-centric automotive technology, software-focused vehicles can deliver more driver autonomy, better safety and security features, and dynamic updates to maintain a leading-edge technology and infotainment package.

Battle for Quantum Computing Developers Heats Up SJ Barak
Quantum computing continues to generate buzz. Previously rooted firmly in physicists’ realm, today’s quantum computing make it easier for non-physicists to get involved. The current talent pool is small and being snapped up fast.

Impact at the Edge Mark Patrick
Advances in machine learning and processor technology make it possible to move artificial intelligence out of large data centers and much closer to its point of application, such as the network edge. We will explore the new use cases for enabling AI by this approach.

Accelerating RFSoC Solutions with Vitis Adam Taylor
Learn how the Xilinx Zynq® UltraScale+™ RFSoC solution, combined with the OpenCL capabilities of Vitis, accelerates algorithms from the processing system into the programmable logic.

‘Works With’ Focuses on Smart Home Training Tommy Cummings
Industry leaders, hardware engineers, application designers, and developers will engage in technical training from beginner to advanced levels. Works With is the largest smart home virtual developer event with over 40 Sessions, 12 Workshops, and six Keynotes.

When Design Engineers Meet Security Concerns Clive Maxfield
Design engineers must develop sophisticated systems that keep security at the forefront. We’ll explore challenges and some solutions, as well as the impact the Internet of Things has on the development of these designs.

How Bluetooth® Tracks Vital Assets Augustine Nguyen
Bluetooth 5.1’s precise location tracking presents a breakthrough in Real-Time Location Systems (RTLS) and is optimal for use in healthcare, manufacturing, transportation, and more. Find out how Bluetooth 5.1 is changing the way our world is tracking important assets.

How IoT System Design Makes a Difference Sravani Bhattacharjee
In highly competitive IoT markets, it is hard to ensure secure design without tilting tight pricing and time-to-market. We’ll discuss a systematic, full-stack approach that simplifies security design for IoT systems by leveraging various security enabler solutions.

Modular Hardware Platforms Require Tradeoffs Charles Byers
Modular hardware platforms have a set of elements that can be configured to meet individual system requirements, upgraded in the field, and improve supply chain options. We’ll discuss some of the tradeoffs and techniques to modularize platforms, using the PICMG AdvancedTCA packaging standard as an example.

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