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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. Presenters: Mike Vartanian, Director of Strategic Partnerships, DSP Concepts Uday Pispati, Applications Engineer, DSP Concepts Brendon Slade, MCU Ecosystem Director, NXP
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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. Presenters: Garry Clarkson, FAE, Crank Software Shelby Unger, MCU Ecosystem Product Marketer, NXP
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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. Presenters: Marcel Baessler, Arrow Franck Roux, Products and Solutions Marketing Manager, NXP
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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. Presenters: Robert Schrager, Director of Sales and Marketing, Alango Brendon Slade, MCU Ecosystem Director, NXP
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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. Presenters: Felipe Fernandez, Business Development Specialist, Industrial System Innovation, NXP Malene Fricke, Product Partner Manager, Basler AG
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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. Presenters: Sudhanva Huruli, Program Manager, Azure Sphere Naama Bak, Business Development and IoT Security, NXP Semiconductors
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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. Presenters: Altaf Hussain, Segment Marketing Manager, NXP Iain Galloway, Mobile Robotics Team Lead – System Innovations, NXP
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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. Presenters: Christophe Boulant, Voice & Audio TEC Team, NXP Shelby Unger, MCU Ecosystem Product Marketer, NXP
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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. Presenter: Robert Kalmar, Machine Learning SW Engineer, NXP
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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. Presenter: Lawrence Case, Systems Engineer and Security Architect, NXP
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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. Presenters: Clark Jarvis, Ecosystem Product Marketer, NXP Kevin Perreault, President, PEmicro
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In this session attendees will learn how to use the FreeMASTER tool to debug and develop a real time control loop - balancing an inverted pendulum using the new i.MX RT1176 crossover MCU on Embedded Artists' i.MX RT1176 MCU-based Developer's Kit. Presenters: Anders Rosvall, Technical Director, Embedded Artists Brendon Slade, MCU Ecosystem Director, NXP
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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.
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As memory interface data rates increase, so does the need for ensuring proper margins have been designed into the system’s usage of that interface. One way Micron has studied the system’s usage of the memory interface is through Timing & Signal Analysis (TSA). A TSA attaches physical hardware to the memory device to observe a subset of the memory interface as operated by the system. Another approach to memory interface is Virtual TSA (vTSA). This method uses the memory controller’s training algorithms to provide margin information without the use of physical test hardware. This method allows characterization of the entire memory interface. This session will compare and contrast the two different methods, and will ultimately demonstrate the value of integrating vTSA tools on the system platform. We intend to reference actual results from the latest i.MX 8 QXP board.
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This lecture will teach you the specifics of NXP's i.MX 8 AUTOSAR MCAL and Safety MCAL products. They render immense benefit to your product development cost and time as there is a shift in the ECU design approach from coding to configuration. They become essential components of the layered architecture of AUTOSAR for many automotive ECU products utilizing i.MX MPUs.
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A guide to developing with the Yocto Project for i.MX application processors. Learn how to leverage the Yocto Project in development by adding layers and recipes, customizing images, working with the kernel, and other essential Yocto development tasks.
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Overview of the i.MX RT family, where to find the related tools, getting started, and where to go for support.
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The PF81 and PF82 PMIC family is designed for high-performance processing applications such as infotainment, telematics, clusters, vehicle networking, ADAS, vision and sensor fusion. It is ideal for i.MX 8, i.MX 8X, S32V, and Networking processors in Automotive, Industrial, and Consumer applications. In this session we will offer a detailed overview of the family, its features and advantages of scalability and functional safety
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With over half a billion parts shipped to date, i.MX applications processors transform interactions in ways you never imagined. Learn about the i.MX portfolio and enablement that offer multicore solutions for multimedia and display applications with high-performance and low-power capabilities that are scalable, safe, and secure. 
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This session will provide an overview of NXP's broad and scalable microcontrollers portfolio and give details on which product families are available for different markets and use cases. It will also give an overview of the unified tools, software and solutions that enable the portfolio of microcontrollers. 
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