Talk Title: Embedded Analog Intelligence for Robotics
About the speaker: : Matthieu Chevrier is a system and application manager at Texas Instruments, whose team solves customer problems on a worldwide basis. He has been leading efforts at TI on sensors for robotics since 2009 and extending to control aspects since 2016. He makes things happen by combining business, leadership and innovation skills to push the boundaries and stay on top of the latest industry trends. He received his Engineering degree in from the Ecole Supérieure d’Electricité (Supélec), France, in 1999and holds patents in a broad range of low power sensing topics.
About the company: Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) is a global semiconductor design and manufacturing company that develops analog ICs and embedded processors. By employing the world's brightest minds, TI creates innovations that shape the future of technology. TI is helping approximately 100,000 customers transform the future, today.
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Talk Title: Think Local: Migrating Intelligence to the Edge
About the speaker: Chris has worked at Arm for over 18 years, currently as Director of Embedded Solutions in the Embedded& Automotive group. Before that, he spent 18 months in the Enterprise Marketing team, responsible for the technical content of Arm’s conferences, including TechCon and the Annual Partner Meeting. For 15 years, he was responsible forArm’s customer training activity – delivering over 200 training courses every year to Arm’s customers and end users all over the world. He also managed Arm’s Active Assist onsite services and the Arm Approved partner program.
About the company: Arm Ltd. From providing theIP for the chip to delivering the cloud services that allow organizations to securely manage the deployment of products throughout their lifecycle, Arm delivers a complete Internet of Things (IoT) solution for our partners and customers. It’s rooted in our deep understanding of the future of computer and security. Arm is the world’s leading technology provider of silicon IP and custom SoCs at the heart of billions of devices. Our portfolio of products enables partners to get-to-market faster. Arm removes the complexities of IoT with complete IoT products and pre-integrated subsystems that enable customers and partners to rapidly design and deploy flexible IoT solutions.
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Talk Title: Moving from near real-time to real-time stream processing
About the speaker: Greg is a software developer at SWIM.AI's recently opened office in Cambridge, UK. Prior to working at SWIM.AI he worked for10 years in large scale, scientific data processing, having worked on the European Space Agency Gaia mission and the Galileo satellite navigation system. He holds an MSc in Mathematical Logic from the University of Manchester and has an interest in the practical application of functional programming techniques.
About the company: SWIM.AI is on a mission to reinvent the application stack. The company is led by developers that design software from first principles to solve the fundamental challenges organizations face when building real-time applications. SWIM.AI offers the open source Swim platform for developers, and an enterprise-grade version of Swim, which has been widely adopted across a number of industries including IoT, smart cities, transportation, manufacturing and government to help transform their organizations. SWIM.AI is venture-backed by Arm, Cambridge Innovation Capital, and Silver Creek Ventures, and is headquartered in San Jose, Calif. and also has offices in Cambridge, UK.
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