ET Exhibition Theatre

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Exhibition Theatre

Organiser

Jürgen Haase, edacentrum GmbH, DE (Contact Jürgen Haase)

In addition to the conference programme there will be 6 Exhibition Workshops as part of the exhibition with technical presentations on the state-of-the-art in our industry. The theatre is located in the centre of the exhibition area on the Terrace Level, close to the rooms of the technical conference.

The Exhibition Theatre sessions are open to conference delegates as well as to exhibition visitors.

Enabling ICT Innovations for European SMEs (2.8)
Projects of the EC's Smart Anything Everywhere Initiative will demonstrate by use of concrete examples how technology transfer can be initiated and implemented in practice and how to overcome the associated pitfalls and use the innovation opportunities.

Components for Secure IoT Systems (4.8)
Leading microelectronics suppliers present their newest solutions for designing and securing the IoT systems of the upcoming digital age. By elaborating on their technical approaches and design examples, they will provide attendees with valuable advice for the challenges in their own job.

Innovative Products for Autonomous Driving (3.8, 6.8)
Market leaders from the semiconductor and microelectronics industry present their solutions and visions for automotive applications including autonomous driving. By elaborating on their technical approaches and the experience made during the design and in the field, they will provide attendees with valuable advice for the challenges in their own job.

22FDX - the superior technology for IoT, RF, Automotive and Mobility (7.8, 8.8)
At the Special Day "Future and Emerging Technologies" this workshop is focussing on one of the hottest technologies used today in the industry, 22FDX. It will provide lots of information on how to design with these technologies, including best practice of a bunch of designs done recently.

An Industry Approach to FPGA and SOC System Development and Verification (10.8)
This tutorial-like workshop will discuss a model-based design workflow for fast prototyping and implementation of the algorithms on heterogeneous embedded targets. A system-level design approach enables architectural exploration and partitioning, as well as coordination between SW and HW development workflows, functional verification is used throughout the design process.

Functional Safety - Indispensable for Autonomous Driving (11.8)
At the Special Day "Autonomous Driving" this workshop is focussing on how to design chips and electronic systems fulfilling the functional safety requirements of devices used in the car. A challenge absolutely key also for autonomous driving.

Agenda

Session LabelSession TitleTimeDetails
2.8Enabling ICT Innovations for European SMEsTuesday
11:30 - 13:00
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3.8Innovative Products for Autonomous Driving (part 1)Tuesday
14:30 - 16:00
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4.8Components for Secure IoT SystemsTuesday
17:00 - 18:30
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6.8Innovative Products for Autonomous Driving (part 2)Wednesday
11:00 - 12:30
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7.822FDX - the superior technology for IoT, RF, Automotive and Mobility: Advanced Design Methodologies for Ultra-low Power SolutionsWednesday
14:30 - 16:00
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8.822FDX - the superior technology for IoT, RF, Automotive and Mobility: Best-in Class RF, 5G and mmWave designsWednesday
17:00 - 18:30
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10.8An Industry Approach to FPGA and SOC System Development and VerificationThursday
11:00 - 12:30
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11.8A Powerful Framework for Functional SafetyThursday
14:00 - 15:30
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