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
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.
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.
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.
The rise of NFC is ongoing. Now that traditional markets such as mobile payment and contactless access are well-established, we see NFC creating new markets on its own and providing technological advancements that fuel a new wave of innovation. This session looks into new use cases for NFC. It will also be the first time NXP presents its next technological evolution for NFC.
Extend your logistics track and trace with condition insights. NTAG SmartSensor enables sensing and logging with NFC readout. NTAG SmartSensor enables your IOT application for smart logistics, smart healthcare, drug delivery and smart packaging.
When choosing the NFC device for a new design, the system architect must consider many parameters. Usually a strong focus is put on hardware specific aspects and software aspects are often grossly underestimated. To avoid unpleasant surprises during software implementation phase, software has to be taken into account as well from the beginning. Different NFC IC categories (NFC Frontends, NFC Controller, Connected Tag) have different strengths, depending on the software environment. The way how highly integrated operating systems like Linux are structured brings both new challenges and advantages. This session examines the considerations necessary when designing in NFC in different operating systems or "bare metal" systems. It also discusses the advantages and disadvantages of the different device categories in dependence of the designated environment.
Security is critical to the growing market for IoT-enabled devices: There were already more than 5 billion connected devices in the world last year, and use is expected to grow to 12 billion by 2020. To support this rapid expansion, prominent internet players, including Alibaba, AWS, Google, IBM and Microsoft are establishing their own cloud services and industrial suppliers are moving quickly to broaden their private cloud offerings. At NXP, we believe strong security doesn't have to be hard to work with. Our "Plug & Trust" approach simplifies the implementation of strong security mechanisms in today's IoT devices. NXP's latest A71CH provides just this level of Plug & Trust IoT Security and delivers proven, chip-to-cloud security right out of the box, enabling every customer to secure IoT devices and safely connect to IoT clouds and services without writing security codes or exposing keys.
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 processors, 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.
Whether you are looking for an easy and cost-efficient parametrization solution or want to use a smartphone for ad-hoc diagnosis of a device - Near-field-communication (NFC) makes this possible now. Or you might want to communicate with a fully sealed, batteryless device? Learn in this session about many new use cases, in which NFC simplifies handling, saves cost or enables features which were not possible before in industrial or healthcare applications. With iPhones now also enabled for NFC reading there are more possibilities than you would have imagined!