Scalable Sensor Solutions for the Internet of Things
Freescale Xtrinsic sensing solutions are scalable to support the vast requirements for the Internet of Things (IoT). IoT developers have to incorporate various sensor technologies to differentiate their products, manage their system power, get to market quickly, and plan for next gen products. There are unique challenges of incorporating sensors. Freescale expert Michelle Kelsey will review four foundational Xtrinsic sensing technologies with multiple platforms for enablement and the basics of sensor fusion. With that foundation, we will then take an exploration of the underlying design decisions for achieving low power, sensor fusion solutions on Freescale’s market available ARM devices with market available Xtrinsic sensors. Ultimately, we will address opportunities for the four main areas where IoT sensor developers need solutions – Reduce Time to Market, Power Management, Sensor Data Management, and Scalability.
You Will Learn:
- Learn about Freescale Xtrinsic sensors that support the Internet of Things
- Learn about the role sensors play in the Internet of Things
- Learn about sensor enablement for fast time to market for your IoT device
- Obtain tips and tricks for developing low power sensor fusion solutions
Michelle Kelsey, Product Line Manager, Freescale
Michelle Kelsey is a Product Line Manager in Freescale’s Sensor Solutions Division with over 12 years of experience driving Sensors products to market. She provides sensor strategy to the engineering teams for definition, design, and test for NPIs as well as roadmap strategy, value proposition, and go to market strategy to drive design wins with the sales and marketing teams. A former background in Applications Engineering supporting sensors in industrial, consumer, medical, and appliance markets enables her to bring high level discussions into real world applications and implementation examples. Michelle earned an M.B.A from ASU’s W.P. Carey School of Business and a B.S. in Computer Science and Engineering from the University of Connecticut.
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