Edge AI Semiconductor Advancements Seminar
Add intelligence to your embedded design
Future Electronics invites you to meet experts from Lattice Semiconductor, Microchip, NXP, Renesas and STMicroelectronics to learn how you can easily add local intelligence to your next embedded design project with neural network machine learning models.
Machine learning is increasingly being used for network edge applications across multiple industries to detect anomalies, classify physical activities, recognize humans and objects, as well as respond to voice commands and gestures. These intelligent features offer ways to add fast, efficient and accurate inferencing to your product to increase value and performance.
Our presenters will update you on the latest market advancements and showcase a range of solutions spanning microcontrollers to microprocessors and FPGAs, covering the design flows using their tools and hardware so you can make the design choices that are right for you!
Seminar attendees will have the opportunity to win one of several raffle prizes at the conclusion of the event, and will be eligible to purchase development tools from our participating suppliers at a 10% discount!
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Bill Pratt, Regional Technical Director, Future Electronics
Bill Pratt is a Regional Technical Director for Future Electronics in the Future Intelligent Solutions (FIS) business unit. Mr Pratt is responsible for customer engagements with high end processors, FPGAs and high performance wired interfaces supporting western North America. Mr Pratt has a broad background in AI/ML, with experience including customizing CNN models for FPGA fabrics and creating neural network implementations in application processors. Mr. Pratt holds a BSEE from Oklahoma State University.
Hussein Osman, Segment Marketing Director, Lattice Semiconductor
Hussein Osman is a semiconductor industry veteran, with 20+ years’ experience bringing multiple new technologies to market. Over the past 5 years he has been leading the sensAI solution development and go to market at Lattice Semiconductor. Hussein is interested in creating usable and high-performance AI applications with a personal focus on medical electronics. Mr. Osman received his bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo.
Yann LeFaou, Associate Director, Microchip
Yann LeFaou is Associate Director for Microchip’s Touch and Gesture (TXFG) business unit. In this role, Mr. LeFaou leads a team developing capacitive touch technologies and also drives the company’s machine learning (ML) initiative for microcontrollers and microprocessors. Earlier he held a series of other successive technical and marketing roles at Microchip, including leading the company’s global marketing activities of capacitive touch, human machine interface and home appliance technology. Mr. LeFaou holds a degree from ESME Sudria in France.
Frank Kim, Field Applications Engineer, NXP
Frank Kim is an experienced Field Applications Engineer working for NXP in the San Francisco Bay area. Mr. Kim’s background spans platform definition, development and debug of SoCs, CMOS imaging and other embedded semiconductor solutions based on Linux and Android. Mr. Kim supports a large number of NXP products including i.MX processors as well as i.MX RT and MCX microcontrollers, with expertise in audio and machine learning applications. Mr. Kim hold a masters degree in electrical engineering from Yonsei University.
Larry Paccico, Strategic Business Development Manager, Renesas
Larry Paccico, part of the Renesas System and Solutions team, is a customer evangelist who understands how to connect technology with business. He has more than 35 years of experience in the semiconductor industry primarily in customer-facing roles and has deep expertise in embedded systems design. Mr. Paccico has a degree from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
Markus Mayr, Product Marketing Manager, STMicroelectronics
Markus Mayr leads the general-purpose microcontroller and microprocessor marketing team at STMicroelectronics in the Americas region. He is responsible for business development and design-in activities at key accounts and mass market customers and has contributed to ST’s become a leading MCU manufacturer in the Americas and with these customers around the world. His focus is in microprocessors, wireless products, and edge-AI solutions. Mr. Mayr holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Furtwangen University in Germany.