Internet of Things: Technologies Enabling the Revolution

5 December 2014 00:00 - 5 December 2014 00:00

University of California Irvine, Irvine, CA 92697, USA

This one-day workshop provides design engineers an in-depth overview of the design challenges in the Internet of Things. It covers the technical aspects of IoT applications, end-use device design and packaging, semiconductor and sensor devices, wireless connectivity, back-office infrastructure system design, reliability requirements and industry standards. Attendees will learn from leading companies and technical experts in the field.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:

Engineers and managers who are interested in understanding design challenges for Internet of Things devices and systems.

SPEAKERS:

Matthew Cheng, Broadcom M2M Landscape
Dipesh Patel, ARM ARM Strategy for IoT
Mudasir Ahmed, Cisco Designing for the Internet of Things: A Paradigm Shift in Reliability
Jane Lim, Cisco High Speed Serial Links – Design Trends & Challenges
Fabio Urbani, Medtronic Connected Medical Device Design
Joe Dews, AGC Partners Overview of IoT from Investment Banking Perspective
Larry Williams, Ansys Simulation Advances for IoT Devices and Infrastructure
Bill Bottoms, 3MTS Packaging Challenges for IoT
Mark Bachman, UC Irvine Sensors for IoT
Tim Lenihan, TechSearch Packaging and Assembly for Wearable Electronics

More details about the event can be found at: http://sites.ieee.org/ocs-cpmt/2014/10/31/december-5-2014-tutorial-iot-technologies-enabling-revolution/

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