With the mass adoption of voice assistants, more and more products are becoming voice enabled. For companies that traditionally do not have experience designing for voice and audio, this can be overwhelming and difficult. Join this webinar as we discuss the voice stack architecture, provide some basic guidelines to follow to build a successful voice-enabled product, show recommended voice design patterns for typical consumer based voice-enabled products, and demonstrate TalkTo, DSP Concepts’ Audio Front End software running on an NXP i.MX RT685 MCU.
Mike Vartanian, Director of Strategic Partnerships, DSP Concepts Uday Pispati, Applications Engineer, DSP Concepts Brendon Slade, MCU Ecosystem Director, NXP
The EdgeLock™ SE050 family provides a root of trust at the IC level. This CC EAL6+ certified secure element also supports compliance to standards such as ISO/IEC 62443 SL3. The EdgeLock SE050 stores the keys and credentials to manage authentication and access rights securely. But how are those credentials stored on the secure element? And what about changing or updating the credentials in a secure way in the field?
Along with a demo consisting of various NXP components you will experience how to provision and change credentials on an EdgeLock SE050 for secure access for industrial and smart home applications. You will also learn about the different options to manage credentials and how to use NXP’s EdgeLock 2GO Managed Service to configure your IoT device. Following the demo we will go through the different HW and SW building blocks and explain how to implement such a use case based on NXP solutions.
NXP components include: EdgeLock SE050 Secure Element, EdgeLock 2GO Service, i.MXRT1060 Crossover MCU, CLRC663 NFC Frontend, 88W8977 WiFi 4 and Bluetooth SoC (using PAN9026 module).
Antje Schütz, Senior Marketing Manager IoT Security, NXP Massimo Incerti, EMEA Distribution CAS Manager, NXP
The biggest challenge in embedded GUI development is managing changes in design (iterations) that nearly all projects encounter. Historically, changes at the design level resulted in teams needing to hunt for and replace all changed assets manually within the project. This would result in development delays, changes being missed, coded behavior being lost, and ultimately, poor UX.
Join this session to learn how customers from medical to automotive have leveraged Storyboard’s Rapid Design Import and Iteration Technology to streamline design changes and develop embedded GUI applications that provided outstanding user experiences while getting to market on a tight deadline.
Garry Clarkson, FAE, Crank Software Shelby Unger, MCU Ecosystem Product Marketer, NXP
There are many challenges in the automotive industry today to cost-effectively and widely access and the massive amount of data available in new vehicles. Vehicle data from dozens of sensors like camera, LiDAR, radar and inertial motion, along with operational data from vehicle ECUS can provide valuable real-time insights into vehicle driving environments and vehicle performance. Key vehicle data can be pre-processed on the edge in the vehicle and compressed up to 98% while maintaining high fidelity for advanced analytics and training/deploying machine learning models to continuously improve vehicles from design through their production lifecycle. In this session, we will identify the industry challenges and how a consortium of five industry companies formed The Fusion Project to provide a complete vehicle-to-edge data lifecycle that integrates machine learning training and deployment in a cost-effective way that reduces training time by 10x.
Brian Carlson, Director, Global Product and Solutions Marketing, Vehicle Control and Networking Solutions, NXP
Two key automotive transformation areas are connected and electric vehicles (EV) which will bring opportunities for new vehicle services and efficiencies that improve user experience and increase the efficiency of EVs to extend range. NXP has brought together our technologies and expertise in both of these areas, in collaboration with Amazon Web Services (AWS), to provide a vehicle-to-cloud solution to monitor and improve EVs. In this session, we will provide insights into the implementation of the Connected EV Management System based on the NXP GoldBox based on the S32G vehicle network processor for service-oriented gateways and the GreenBox based on the S32S for propulsion domain control, along with the key software and cloud technologies from AWS, and how they all work together to provide value propositions for connected EVs.
Brian Carlson, Director, Global Product and Solutions Marketing, Vehicle Control and Networking Solutions, NXP Curt Hillier, Systems and Applications Engineer, NXP
This presentation will provide an introduction to the impressive lineup of i.MX 8M family of products. The session will cover the product features, media, graphics and machine learning use cases, enablement and ecosystem. We will follow the presentation with a live demonstration based on the i.MX 8M Plus applications processor.
Marcel Baessler, Arrow Franck Roux, Products and Solutions Marketing Manager, NXP
GUI Guider is a user-friendly GUI development tool from NXP that enables the rapid development of high quality displays with the open-source LVGL graphics library, and the i.MX RT1170 MCU is a great choice for graphics applications. Learn more about the i.MX RT1170 MCU and see how LVGL and GUI Guider make it easy to design your next embedded GUI.
Shelby Unger, MCU Ecosystem Product Marketer, NXP Justin Mortimer, Director Mass Market Industrial Edge Processing, NXP
Join this session for an introduction of Alango’s voice enhancement software used to create high-performance speakerphones and headphones based on NXP’s i.MX RT MCUs. You’ll learn about Extended Voice Communication Package (eVCP), a universal package adaptable to different speakerphone designs (form-factors) that provides high-grade noise reduction and seamless duplexity. In addition, you’ll learn about VoiceDefender, a four microphone voice acquisition and processing package that provides clear voice transmission for on/over ear headphones.
Robert Schrager, Director of Sales and Marketing, Alango Brendon Slade, MCU Ecosystem Director, NXP
Embedded edge technology is revolutionizing the area of machine vision for industrial applications. Vision systems at factory shop floor are now heavily relying on components capable to process images in real time at the edge in order to increase quality, efficiency and safety of production lines. Join this webinar to learn more how NXP and our partner Basler apply their latest technology in real industrial scenarios.
Felipe Fernandez, Business Development Specialist, Industrial System Innovation, NXP Malene Fricke, Product Partner Manager, Basler AG
NXP recently announced its first Azure Sphere-certified crossover applications processor chip, the i.MX 8ULP-CS SoloLite with Azure Sphere, and plans to build additional Azure Sphere-certified chips as part of the NXP i.MX 9 series. Join this tech talk to learn about Azure Sphere and what it means to have a highly secured solution from the hardware to the cloud. We’ll discuss the specific challenges of building and securing connected devices and what sets the i.MX 8ULP-CS apart. We’ll dig into the four components of Azure Sphere, all of which are included with the i.MX 8ULP-CS: Microsoft Pluton on NXP EdgeLock™ secure enclave for a secured hardware root of trust, the secured Azure Sphere OS, the cloud-based Azure Sphere Security Service, and the ongoing OS updates and security improvements supported by Microsoft experts for the lifetime of the device.
Sudhanva Huruli, Program Manager, Azure Sphere Naama Bak, Business Development and IoT Security, NXP Semiconductors
NXP provides a broad portfolio of solutions for mobile robotics applications such as drones and rovers, including application specific reference hardware and software solutions for vehicle management units, i.MX applications processor-based mission computers, automotive ethernet and CAN-FD networking, battery management, IoT remote sensing, and TOF/Vision sensing. Many of these solutions are complimented by NFC and secure element(s) for security and provisioning. Join this session to learn why NXP provides an ideal starting point, whether your designing an industrial drone or rover or has a similar need in an adjacent industry.
Altaf Hussain, Segment Marketing Manager, NXP Iain Galloway, Mobile Robotics Team Lead – System Innovations, NXP
Connected NFC tags like NXP's NTAG 5 let you use NFC-enabled smartphones as an additional GUI for any kind of machine, appliance or component. They can, but don’t need to, be made visible to the casual observer. They allow you to separate the default user interface of the unit from the secondary interface used for re-configuration or by maintenance staff. This feature helps solve accountability and data protection issues in Industry 4.0 context.
Join this session if you have been wondering what benefits an NFC interface could bring to your system. Learn how NFC can make the power of edge computing available, even for systems without regular connectivity.
Mario Stoltz, Product Manager Connected Tags, NXP Johannes Grüll, Global Marketing Manager Smart Products & Authentication, NXP
Wearables are expanding beyond the common activity tracking and fitness use cases that already claim almost 1-billion connected devices today. The evolution of wearable technology can be attributed to improving processor performance, sensors, wireless connectivity and tracking capabilities, contactless payment/access, extended battery life and the demand for richer user experiences. All of this creates the ideal foundation for new health and wellbeing use cases.
NXP’s broad portfolio of MCUs, applications processors, WiFi/BLE/NFC/UWB-enabled devices, as well as power management ICs are driving new wearable applications within the IoT, including SOS emergency calling, safe zone alerts, contact tracing/social distancing and vitals reporting (HR, SPO2, Body Temp, Sleep Patterns, etc.) for elderly, cognitively impaired and high-risk patients.
Join this session to learn about this ever-expanding market and NXP solutions that help address this space.
Eduardo Montanez, Marketing Manager, Wearables & Personal Devices, NXP
NXP's Essential Audio Processing (EAP) software library is available on several NXP platforms to help enhance the audio playback of your product. With support for several audio algorithms such as static equalizer, dynamic bass boost, limiter, 3D effect and more, EAP provides a great audio experience for users. To permit easy and fast enablement, NXP's EAP library is available in the MCUXpresso SDK with integrated examples, and an associated Audio Tuning Tool that enables you to easily tune and simulate EAP behavior without any hardware. Join this session for an overview of EAP and its features.
Christophe Boulant, Voice & Audio TEC Team, NXP Shelby Unger, MCU Ecosystem Product Marketer, NXP
TensorFlow® Lite, ArmNN, and GLOW are popular open-source machine learning inference frameworks for mobile and IoT devices. In this session, you’ll learn how to use TensorFlow Lite, and ArmNN on NXP i.MX 8 MPU-class devices in Linux, and how to take advantage of not only Arm® Cortex®-A CPU cores, but also dedicated on-chip GPU and NPU accelerators. For NXP i.MX RT MCU-class devices we will introduce two approaches: 1)TensorFlow Lite for Microcontrollers with CMSIS-NN kernel implementation optimized for Cortex-M cores, and 2) GLOW, a neural network compiler, which generates code “Ahead of Time” for Cortex-M cores and DSP.
Robert Kalmar, Machine Learning SW Engineer, NXP
From media & graphics-focused applications to networking & communications-focused applications, and all the edge-processing applications in between, you are sure to find a processor & ecosystem to optimize your design within NXP’s scalable portfolio of Arm® devices.
Marcel Baessler, Arrow Franck Roux, Products and Solutions Marketing Manager, NXP
With the announcement of Project CHIP, the Smart Home industry is addressing critical interoperability challenges facing the market today by improving compatibility, raising security, simplifying set-up and increasing compliance. In this session, we'll take a closer look at Project CHIP and illustrate how NXP’s portfolio is uniquely positioned to support Project CHIP-based designs. Highlights include a look at NXP's architecture and recent implementation of a Project CHIP-based E-Lock design along with a video demonstration.
Sujata Neidig, Wireless Connectivity Marketing Director, NXP Doru Gucea, Wireless Connectivity Software Engineer, NXP
Controller area network (CAN) is used to create robust and flexible networks in applications such as industrial automation, motor control, and many others. To take full advantage of CAN, a higher-level protocol like CANopen FD is needed. Join this session to learn how EmSA’s CANopen FD stacks in the MCUXpresso SDK can be combined with other middleware components to create custom applications. We will discuss the steps taken to create an application where acceleration data from an LPC55S16 EVK is transferred to and visualized on an i.MX RT1064 EVK.
Olaf Pfeiffer, President, EmSA Shelby Unger, MCU Ecosystem Product Marketer, NXP
You need to get a lot of things right to build a truly secure system. Join this session to learn how the EdgeLock™ secure enclave that’s built into our i.MX 8ULP applications processors protects the entire system against attacks. Best of all, it simplifies complex implementations so you’re less likely to make errors when you configure security. With the secure enclave, you can achieve security goals with less security expertise, freeing you to focus on new ways to differentiate your application.
Lawrence Case, Systems Engineer and Security Architect, NXP
The i.MX RT10xx MCU family leverages high performance, extensive memory options, and security features aimed at protecting your IP. IP protection is a key concern for companies developing products based on embedded devices and these concerns may seem particularly troubling when working with external memories and board level programming facilities. This webinar explores how to utilize key security features during the production process to alleviate these concerns when developing with the i.MX RT10xx MCUs. The session will showcase the Cyclone production programmers available from PEmicro, the development workflow enabling the creation of an encrypted stand-alone programming (eSAP) image with the Secure Boot Utility, and establishing a secure connection to the device for provision and programming.
Clark Jarvis, Ecosystem Product Marketer, NXP Kevin Perreault, President, PEmicro