This year's keynotes were selected to inspire and challenge chip, board and systems designers as well as help prepare them for the challenges ahead. The lineup is aimed to cover the full engineering lifecycle, from concept and creativity to testing, securing and tips for entrepreneurial success. See below for this year's keynotes.
Connected Things Lead
Azure IoT, Microsoft
Thursday, Feb 2, 12:00-12:45
The automotive industry is in the midst of a massive transformation, and advancements in electronics are at the forefront. Driving this are a number of key trends including high speed connectivity to the car, new models of car usage and ownership, and of course autonomous driving. To meet these demands, developers need strong cloud-based assets, global capabilities and enterprise B2B tools that deliver end-to-end solutions everywhere people go.
In this keynote Doug Seven, Microsoft’s Principal Group Program Manager – Things That Move, explores the company’s view of the connected car space and describes how industry players can evolve their offerings from providing simple connectivity to enabling full autonomy. Doug will show how coming advances can inspire new business models and driver experiences that also have a positive impact on the relevant public infrastructure.
Click here for his biography.
The Internet of Things That Move – Connected Cars & Beyond
CEO, IntelinAir, Inc
Chief Scientist, Cryptography Research Division Rambus
Past DesignCon keynote speakers of recent years
Thomas H. Lee
Dr. Hermann Eul
(now Keysight Technologies)