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November 3 - 4, 2021
Santa Clara Convention Center

STMicroelectronics Workshop & Presentations at IoT World 2019

Executive Keynote: Embedded Intelligence for the Next Wave of Smart Systems - Opportunities and Challenges on the Edge

Smart Systems with embedded intelligence are changing nearly every aspect of the way we live, permeating our homes, workplaces, cities and vehicles. The way data is collected, processed and shared across smart systems from the edge device through edge servers to the Cloud is evolving creating opportunities and challenges for smart system designers. This talk looks at some of the different approaches to distributing processing across a system and the role AI can play down to deeply embedded microcontroller-powered smart edge devices.

Date: Wednesday, May 15

Location: Mission City Ballroom

Time: 9:30am - 9:50am

Smart Buildings & Energy Management Panel: Integrating Smart Building Adoption with IoT New Technologies

Building automation and smart building models to help the process and increase efficiency

Retrofitting and Upgrading your Commercial Building the fastest and cost-effective way, vs new builds of smart building tech – using life cycle assessment to determine this

Using real-time data from integrated systems to improve facility operations and occupant comfort

Integrated systems in an intelligent building vs. a collection of individual smart technologies, and design/planning considerations to ensure success

Client/occupant visioning and developing a strong business case for integrated IOT

Date: Wednesday, May 15

Location: Grand Ballroom B

Time: 12:00pm - 12:40pm

Hands - on Workshop: Discover the new STM32WB, a Multi- Protocol Dual- Core wireless MCU supporting Bluetooth™ Low Energy, Thread and Zigbee from STMicroelectronics

Looking to add 802.15.4 wireless connectivity, reduce your BOM cost, add functionality and advanced features into your product? The STM32WB dual-core multi-protocol wireless microcontroller is the right fit for you. Learn the basics of Bluetooth and how the STM32WB conforms to Bluetooth Low Energy 5.0. Experience how the STM32WB development tools, ecosystem and examples can take you from a NUCLEO board to a working design in this workshop. Designers new to STM32 microcontrollers are welcome to join and learn how the STM32Cube ecosystem can simplify your next embedded design.

This hands-on training is a working session and requires either a Windows® Laptop (Windows 7, Windows 8, or Windows 10) or a MacBook running Windows (Parallels, VM Fusion, etc.). Participants should have a basic understanding of the “C” programming language or equivalent. Note: Administrator rights are needed for software and driver installation. ST will provide the required P-NUCLEO-WB55 development kit and all software.

SPACE IS LIMITED FOR THIS SESSION – FIRST COME, FIRST SEATED. Must be present, meet eligibility requirements listed below*, and stay for training to receive the free kit.

FREE DEVELOPMENT KIT RESTRICTONS: Due to Global Trade Compliance Regulations, recipients of the P-NUCLEO-WB55 development pack must be employed by a company with a valid physical address in the United States. PO box is not acceptable. All attendees must verify their eligibility by showing both a business card that includes personal name, company name and company address, and a Government-Issued photo ID. If an attendee cannot provide verification, they can participate in the workshop, but will need to return the kit to ST at the end of the workshop.

Insider Workshop Sessions - FREE

Date: Wednesday, May 15

Location: Level 2, 209/210

Time: 1:30pm - 4:30pm

Presentation: Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in Resource Constrained Devices

Running a neural network on resource constraint devices such as microcontrollers requires bringing microcontroller-powered intelligent devices at the edge, on the nodes, and to deeply embedded devices across IoT, smart building, industrial, and medical applications. Pre-trained Neural Networks which were created with standard off-the–shelf frameworks can be converted into microcontroller code. Session will include a live example using the STM32CubeMX.AI which helps to bring Neural Networks to the STM32 microcontroller family.

Date: Wednesday, May 15

Location: Grand Ballroom F

Time: 2:00pm - 2:20pm

IoT Connectivity Panel: Making Decisions: Which direction is best when choosing between connectivity options?

Do Carriers need to choose one technology to deploy to meet the NB-IoT applications? Can they offer multiple connectivity options?

For users, are 5G and LPWAM mutually exclusive? IoT covers a broad spectrum of applications.

Is it possible for one form of connectivity technology to fit all the specific needs of an IoT solution/device?

Date: Wednesday, May 15

Location: Grand Ballroom G

Time: 4:10 - 4:40pm

Smart Manufacturing: Presentation: Optimizing Smart Manufacturing - Reducing Cost and Time-to-Market with New Sensing and Communication Technologies

While consumer devices led the introduction of solid state sensors, Industrial applications are driving innovations for best-in-class sensors coupled with communication technologies. Designing for Industrial environments requires addressing the unique challenges of noise robustness, interoperability and real time operation. This session will cover:

Latest developments in sensors such as Accelerometers, Gyroscopes, Microphones, temperature, humidity and Time of Flight;

Communication solutions such as real-time Ethernet and IO-link for the Industrial applications;

Examples of ready to implement solutions that addresses challenges in cost and time-to-market.

IIoT - Manufacturing & Supply Chain

Date: Thursday, May 16

Location: Grand Ballroom C

Time: 2:20 - 2:40pm