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Embedded World 2020

February 25-27, 2020

Digi International Withdraws from Embedded World. Digi will not attend in an effort to minimize the potential risk of the novel coronavirus.
Nuremberg Exhibition Centre
Nuremberg, Germany

Digi will still present the session below virtually:
Adding Machine Learning based image processing to your IoT product; Real time edge processing on the ConnectCore 8X 

Presented by:
Andreas Burghart, Principal IoT Technologist; Digi International
Brad Scott, CEO; Au-Zone Technologies, Inc.

Session: 7.1 I / Embedded Vision I
Date: February 27, 2020
Time: 10:00 am – 10:30 am
Location: Conference Counter NCC Ost
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Adding Machine Learning based image processing to your IoT product; Real time edge processing on the ConnectCore 8X

Presented by:
Andreas Burghart, Principal IoT Technologist; Digi International
Brad Scott, CEO; Au-Zone Technologies, Inc.

Machine learning techniques have proven to be very effective for a wide range of image processing and classification tasks.  While many embedded IoT systems deployed to date have leveraged connected cloud based resources for machine learning, there is a growing trend to implement this processing at the application edge for applications where bandwidth or latency are a constraint.   Selecting the appropriate system components and tools to implement  image processing at the edge;  lowers the effort, time, and risk of implementing  these designs. 

Session: 7.1 I / Embedded Vision I
Date: Thursday, 27 February
Time: 10:00 am – 10:30 am
Location: Conference Counter NCC Ost


Designing for Industrial Applications - Panel Session with Embedded Computing Design

Panelist:
Mark Tekippe, Director of Product Management; Digi International

In many settings, industrial equipment needs to run 24/7/365. That's different from many other applications, where little down time is no big deal. This panel will look at what's needed to ensure that your equipment runs non-stop.

Date: Tuesday, 25 February
Time: 4:00 pm – 4:45 pm
Location: Hall 5 / 5-341