Future Electronics – Tech Talks Seminar Series at Embedded World 2017


Future Electronics, in partnership with leading semiconductor suppliers and industry experts, are pleased to present TECH TALK, a series of short informative seminars designed to give you the information you need on implementing your IoT strategy. These exclusive seminars will be held at Embedded World 2017 ( 14th – 16th March. Nuremberg, Germany)

  • Spaces to attend are limited in this exclusive programme – Apply for up to 3 Tech Talks per person.
  • By registering you are applying for a space on your chosen Tech Talk. Spaces are not guaranteed. An email will be sent with confirmation details following each application.



Unifying industrial communication with the IEEE Time Sensitive Networking (TSN) standard
Tuesday 14th March at 10.00am
Franck Roux, Marketing EMEA Manager, Networking

The industrial market place has traditionally been supported by a myriad of different communications protocols. However, the scope of new initiatives, such as the Industrial IoT or Industry 4.0, will require solutions that span product offerings from many different companies and require a standard communications protocol to network these different products together. The IEEE Time Sensitive Networking (TSN) standard will be this standard interface, not only allowing different industrial products to communicate with each other, but also allowing systems from both the operational technology and information technology sector to interact on a single converged network. We will show some of the applications of TSN and the capabilities it offers.


Building security into next generation IoT and Industry 4.0 products
Tuesday 14th March at 12.00pm
Jack Ogawa, Senior Marketing Director, MCU Business Unit

In this tech talk, Cypress will discuss practical methods and techniques to design security capabilities into next generation IoT and Industry 4.0 products such as the use of Trusted Execution Environments, establishing a hardware root of trust in an application and more.


Secure provisioning and over-the-air updates – node to cloud with ARM® mBed
Tuesday 14th March at 14.00pm
Jim Carver – Global Technical Marketing Manager – IoT

In this tech talk the key question of how do you ensure your IoT network is securely deployed and has the ability to receive secure over-the-air updates once in the field are discussed. Addressing both the node and cloud both ARM mBed OS for cortex M4 microcontrollers and mBed Cloud for secure IoT device management services will be explored in a real life application environment. Live demo will be on the the Future Electronics stand throughout the Embedded World show.


Developing with the ON Semiconductor IoT IDK
Tuesday 14th March at 16.00pm
Frederic Valentin, Marketing Manager, Wireless Connectivity Solutions

How On Semi are making it simple to evaluate an IoT ecosystem via their new IoT Development kit. From sensor to wired and wireless communication to cloud connectivity ON Semi address the complexity of the system approach via real life practical application demonstrations.


Implementing safety and security functions with the family of NXP S32K processors based on ARM® M4
Wednesday 15th March at 10.00am
Daniel Basler, Marketing, EMEA, Microcontroller

This tech talk will provide an overview of the hardware and software features of the new S32K ARM MCU family that targets automotive and high reliability industrial applications. Attendees will learn about the MCU’s – Cryptographic Security Engine, functional safety features, CAN-FD networking and low power technology, as well as the S32 Design Studio IDE and the S32K SDK (Software Development Kit)


IoT solutions using LoRaWAN
Wednesday 15th March at 12.00pm
Jonathan D Pearce, EU Wireless Marketing Manager + Global Product Line Manager for LoRa LPWAN products

LoRaWAN has become established as the leading technology within the LPWAN space, with a fast-growing ecosystem of ready-to-use solutions available today. This presentation will provide an overview of the technology and its capabilities, a view in to the LoRa® Alliance and its growing membership, plus real world examples of both public and private LoRaWAN deployments.


Bridging the gap between MCU and MPU with the STM32F7 series M7 Cortex Wednesday 15th March at 14.00pm
Jean-Marc Broudic – Technical Marketing Manager

The STM32 family powers many embedded applications with HMI, graphics and connectivity – providing increased computational capabilities whilst consuming less power, bridging at the high end the gap between MCU and MPU whilst offering a easy to use scalable performance for a variety of system complexities. In this tech talk we will talk through the features of the STM32 family that make the family suitable for energy efficient and high processing requirements needed for HMI, IOT applications and more, cover the ecosystem and the latest developments for the M7 cortex family.