Visit Lattice Semiconductor at embedded world 2018 to see advancements in edge connectivity and computing solutions

February 14, 2018 ECD Staff

Lattice Semiconductor Corporation will demonstrate how its small form factor, low-power FPGAs and wireless technologies are enabling intelligence at the edge, addressing the needs of industrial, automotive and consumer markets, at embedded world 2018, February 27-March 1, 2018 in Hall 4, Booth #4-278.

Product demonstrations include:

Industrial & Automotive – Learn how Lattice is creating innovative solutions for smart cities, smart cars, and smart factories with low cost, low power mobile-influenced technologies optimized for applications such as ADAS, infotainment, industrial IoT, machine vision, video surveillance, robotics, motor control and more. On display will be the latest demos on sensor connectivity, embedded vision, and machine learning, based on a variety of products including ECP5™, CrossLink™, MachXO3™, HDMI® ASSP devices, and WirelessHD® technology.

Consumer – See what is driving the demand for Lattice solutions in smartphones, smart homes, and other new and exciting product categories! We will be demonstrating our machine learning, video bridging and signal aggregation solutions for edge devices. We will also showcase some cool products based on our SiBEAM® Snap™ wireless connector technology.

Presentations:

In addition, Lattice will be delivering two presentations during Embedded World located at NCC Ost.

Tuesday, Feb. 27 at 9:30 a.m.: Implementing Artificial Neural Networks, Unleashing New Possibilities of Edge Intelligence by Hussein Osman

Tuesday, Feb. 27 at 5:00 p.m.: Accelerating the Development of Intelligent, Vision-Enabled Devices at the Edge by Dirk Seidel

For more information about Lattice, visit www.latticesemi.com

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