TOPIC AREA: DESIGN, EMBEDDED SYSTEMS & SOFTWARE (ESS)
KEYWORD: IOT, LOW POWER, EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES
EVENT TYPE: DAC PAVILION
Hey Alexa, who should I talk to about implementing low-power, always-on wake-up applications?
Brian Fuller - Arm, Ltd., San Jose, CA
Jan Willis - Calibra Consulting, Menlo Park, CA
Low-power, always-on wake-up is now a must have feature in mobile and consumer IoT applications. Right now, low-power, always-on wake-up capabilities are used for voice trigger, face trigger and ultrasonic motion detection. So, are we all set with industry best practices or is there more to learn about optimizing for low-power, always-on wake-up? This panel will explore the capabilities most critical to delivering products with this feature, what we’ve learned and where we might still need to push the envelope.
Javier Aguera - Snips, New York, NY Gerard Andrews - Cadence Design Systems, Inc., Austin, TX Tuomas Hollman - Minima Processor Oy, Espoo, Finland Alexis Bernard - Knowles Corp., Mt. View, CA