With the secure CAN transceiver, NXP offers a very efficient hardware based security solution for CAN Networks, complementing the overall NXP 4+1 layered security approach. This sessions clarifies, the different use cases and how STINGER helps on system level for a highly efficient solution.
See how to use and demonstrate the differentiating features of the newest Layerscape processor, the LS1028A. This live class will show how to enable the graphical capabilities of the LS1028A with the LSDK, and also how to take advantage of the integrated Ethernet switch and TSN features.
Smart Retail is based on the idea that technological solutions convert a conventional physical store into an interactive point of sale, including logistics as much as increased customer interaction. Join this session to learn about the use of RFID-NFC for smarter products, smarter logistics and it's ability to enable new retail concepts such as unmanned stores.
Low-power wearable/IoT applications are becoming more and more popular. In this session, we will go over some of the key aspects when considering the system-level power management solution for these application, pros and cons when choosing different topologies (for example, DC/DC regulator vs. LDO), overall system level power optimization, and key components selection consideration, etc.
This session will detail the key features and design advantages of NXP microprocessors for safety and security computers in aerospace and defense applications. Target applications for NXP solutions include avionics, airborne electronics, transportation signaling, autonomous vehicles, UAV and robotics. Get an understanding of certification stakes and learn about the available design collateral and support resources.
You will learn on edge computing application, showing technical challenge to "manage" gateway and security, Layerscape microprocessors solutions including EdgeScale framework in cloud services context.
Join this session to get a glimpse of where you will see i.MX 8/8X in the near future and why graphics, ML, AI, video, image processing, vision, connectivity, audio and voice functions make the i.MX 8 series ideal for Automotive and Industrial applications. Learn about the i.MX 8/8X families that are comprised of common subsystems establishing an unmatched range of performance scaling with pin-compatible options and the highest level of software reuse. In addition, learn more about the upcoming i.MX 8DualMax product line to help customers meet additional cost performance scaling across the i.MX 8 family.
Functional safety awareness level one. Introduction to functional safety, what it is, why and how it is implemented. This overview session provides the building blocks for the other deep dive technical sessions within the track and ensures that all participates understand the language and context used within functional safety discussions. It will also introduce how the NXP process with BCAM7 fits with ISO 26262 and the new safety school that will be launched in 2018.
With its broad portfolio, NXP is uniquely positioned to propose a full system allowing a scalability from NCAP to L4/L5 autonomous driving. To address such scalability, NXP has faced some challenging decisions about the system partitioning, performance, safety decomposition, AI Acceleration and Programming language. All these challenges will be addressed during the session.
No other company has the breadth and diversity of embedded solutions for addressing the challenge of IoT security. From secure element ICs to advanced multimedia and networking microprocessors, NXP delivers the technology needed for securing the entire Lifecycle of the end or edge node. In addition, with Edgescale Cloud services software, devices can be maintained from deployment until decomissioning. Join this class for an overview of NXP's security solution.
NXP increasingly offers a broad variety of software components, product, professional support and services. This section will describe, based on customer use case how NXP can help accelerate time to market and de-risk project development thanks to our professional support and services teams.
IoT devices are getting smaller with every new generation. Miniaturization is an ongoing trend. But how do you manage the increased demand for more and stable connectivity within such small form factors? This session will present NFC as one solution to tackle this challenge, allowing for high-performance NFC communication and new levels of user experience thanks to NFC wireless charging.
Bluetooth speakers and headsets, printers, cameras, projectors, set-top-boxes, TVs, Wi-Fi routers and a variety of home appliances like fridges, washing machines, air purifiers, coffee machines, blenders all have one thing in common: Near Field Communication (NFC) allows new features and easier handling. Just bringing two NFC-enabled devices close together is all it takes to create a connection. Accessories and consumables can be authenticated and configured without any user interaction, and without power supply. And commissioning an IOT node into a wireless network has never been as easy as it is now with NFC. We will share the latest status of NFC support in iOS and present the brand new NFC Tandem module.
This session will provide an introduction to automotive cybersecurity. Amongst others, we will outline: NXP's automotive security product portfolio; industry standards and best practices; and NXP's global security organization, cybersecurity design and business practices.
At NXP, our broad portfolio of analog, interface and NFC solutions means that we are able to offer complete solutions around the core. With a range of options that attach to any core, our product expertise in areas such as NFC, power management, networking and interfaces is deep-rooted.