Track Descriptions

AI & Machine Learning

Learn how Arm and its partners are enabling intelligence for a vast array of industries such as mobile devices, automobiles, shipping, medical, and home surveillance. In these talks, we will explore methods for implementing intelligence at the edge using methodologies around sensors, voice and image recognition, IoT gateways, and neural network frameworks.

Automotive, Industrial & Functional Safety

Nowhere has electronics design revolutionized product development more than in the automotive and industrial sectors. From assisted and autonomous driving to robotics in industrial applications, Arm and its partners will share insight and instruction into some of today’s most interesting engineering challenges, including real-time signal processing, machinery control, embedded vision, and functional safety.

Cloud to Edge Infrastructure

The traditional understanding of infrastructure as a physical building filled with servers, storage, and networking to “run the business” has been redefined. Arm and its partners will empower IT organizations to think and plan differently with an understanding of cloud computing, distributed cloud computing, and edge computing being fed by a 5G access network.

Connected Devices & Cloud Services

The IoT is rapidly disrupting markets and transforming technology innovation. In the Connected Devices & Cloud Services track, sessions will focus on managing devices, connectivity, and data from the smallest distributed devices to high-performance compute. Gain key insights into what organizations need to consider as they begin to undertake IoT deployments.

Embedded Software Development

As time-to-market pressures increase, the need to embrace and exploit productive, efficient, and smart software development rises. Learn the latest techniques and technologies in debug, multicore software, Linux/Android operating systems, compilation tools, languages, methodologies, optimization, performance tuning, and exception handling.

Chip Design Methodology

Modern chip design has moved beyond silicon. Demands for increasingly complex multicore, secure, and low-power and systems are increasing while designers are leveraging new processor and offload schemes to deliver efficient, targeted solutions. Learn how advances in modelling and tools are evolving hardware and software co-design and how EDA and design services are helping define new and exciting markets for established chip and platform vendors.

Trust & Security

Today’s design ecosystem is rooted in connection at all levels, but these new connections come with significant trust and security considerations. The Trust & Security track details the latest information on provisioning, authentication, encryption, and designing trusted hardware and software.