datasheets.com EBN.com EDN.com EETimes.com Embedded.com PlanetAnalog.com TechOnline.com  
Events
UBM Tech
UBM Tech

Making Your Internet of Things (IoT) Design Energy Efficient

Original Air Date: Jun 11, 2013 | Duration: 60 minutes Webinar
3 0
More Info Less Info

Overview:
As system makers look to leverage the new capabilities that internet connectivity can provide, energy efficiency will directly contribute to achieving a best in class product. Whether to address thermal challenges or achieve extended battery life, developers need to address energy consumption while minimizing the cost impact to their design. A key step is selecting the right embedded processor, which often dictates the overall system efficiency, but there are many more steps developers can take. In this webinar, Freescale will examine several energy efficient design techniques for the embedded processor and highlight the difference between "low power" and energy efficient products.

Topics include:

  • The role of energy-efficiency in the Internet of Things era
  • The distinction between low-power and energy efficient products
  • Embedded processors energy efficiency design techniques
Presenters:
Michael Haight, Product Launch Marketing Manager, Microcontroller Group, Freescale
With more than twenty years in the semiconductor industry Michael has held individual and manager roles across Engineering, Sales, and Marketing Disciplines. He is currently working in Freescale's Microcontroller Group as Product Launch Marketing Manager helping to spread the word about the advances in Freescale's Kinetis microcontroller products based on ARM® Cortex™ processors and their alignment with emerging trends and applications like the Internet of Things.

Donnie Garcia, Kinetis Product Marketer, Microcontroller Group, Freescale
Donnie Garcia is a Kinetis Product Marketer with Freescale's Microcontroller Group. He is responsible for Kinetis new product introduction from definition to market launch. As an active member of Freescale's intellectual property (IP) teams, Donnie defines IP roadmaps and IP for new products, and conducts market trends and competitive research. Donnie graduated from The University of Texas at Austin with a B.S. degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering. His previous work experience includes over 11 years in the semiconductor industry as an Applications and Systems engineer where he developed microcontroller hardware and software in close collaboration with customers. with customers.

0 comments
write a comment

Please Login

You will be redirected to the login page

×

Please Login

You will be redirected to the login page

×

Please Login

You will be redirected to the login page