Our editors discuss highlights from Day 2 of embedded world 2023, including IoT, security, RISC-V plus an exclusive look at ST’s new AI MCU.
Our editors are on the ground at day 2 of embedded world 2023 in Nuremberg, Germany, reporting on the latest updates at the global platform where the embedded community comes together to discuss all things embedded—including embedded system technologies, distributed intelligence and internet of things.
In today’s wrap up, Nitin Dahad, Anne-Françoise Pelé and Sally Ward-Foxton discuss highlights of what they saw on day two of embedded world 2023. Key topics include trends in IoT deployments, attitudes towards IoT security, what’s happening in RISC-V and more. Plus, Sally Ward-Foxton was able to get an exclusive sneak peek of the STM32N6, STMicroelectronics’ forthcoming microcontroller (MCU) with dedicated AI accelerator on chip, running a custom version of YOLO at an impressive 314fps.
Sally also talks about Greenwaves audio demo, while Anne-Francoise talks hardware security with Codasip and software security with TrustInSoft Nitin catches up with NXP and its focus on looking at analog system design and focus areas like energy optimization, as well as Silicon Labs on IoT trends, deployments, and security. In addition, he caught up with members of the RISC-V community, including Calista Redmond of RISC-V International, Rick O’Connor of the OpenHW Group, and Phil Dworsky of SiFive.
You can watch the wrap up video from day one here.
Watch the complete video roundup of day two below.
This article was originally published on embedded.