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How to Migrate Intelligence from the Cloud to Embedded Devices at the Edge

Chris Shore (Director of Embedded Solutions, ARM)

Location: 107C

Date: Thursday, May 16

Time: 2:00pm - 3:00pm

Track: ESC Boston, Track C: IoT & Connected Devices, ESC Boston, Track D: Advanced Technologies

Vault Recording: TBD

"For the rapidly expanding Internet of Things, “Think Local, Act Global” is a guiding principle. Traditionally, decision making has been concentrated in the cloud, at the centre, moving all the data and intelligence inwards. This places huge strain on the technical and commercial model of the network. In the future, we need to deliberately shift much of the “thinking” to the edge of the network, leaving the central systems to make longer-term strategic decisions based on aggregation of data trends and patterns. Join this talk to discover how ARM and its partners are enabling a step-change increase in edge compute capability, whether that’s tiny microcontrollers or multi-core gateways. Rather than a “one-size-fits-all” approach, we provide a unique combination of compute scalability, power efficiency, determinism, and interface options. This is making it possible to do the tactical action-taking quickly and autonomously, away from the centre, relieving pressure on bandwidth, increasing security, reducing latency and, improving reliability."



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