NXP FTF 2016: The why and how of intelligent sensors at the edge

May 26, 2016 Embedded Computing Design

Sensors are complex, which is why so few companies are really developing them. For the past few years, however, Ian Chen, formerly of Freescale's Sensor Business Unit and now the Director of System Architecture for Software and Algorithm Development at NXP, has been working to make them more accessible. In this conversation with Embedded Computing Design's Brandon Lewis, Ian explains the importance of sensor data analytics at the edge, the release of an intelligent sensor development framework, and how companies like NXP can help with fundamental sensor challenges such as drift.

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