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Automotive Tech Virtual Conference

May 12, 2022

Produced by Embedded Computing Design, the Automotive Technologies virtual conference will cover five key areas related to the design of today’s and tomorrow’s automobiles. It will look at these topics in great technical detail, cover the hardware, software, and everything in between.

  • In-Vehicle Infotainment (IVI), including Vehicle Networking and Connectivity
  • Advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS)
  • Hybrids, Electric Vehicles, and the Powertrain
  • Autonomous Drive
  • Safety and Security

Attendees of the virtual conference are generally hardware and software designers and developers, board and systems engineers, systems integrators, and security experts looking for technical, how-to information.

BrainChip’s Kris Carlson will be presenting “How can efficient, low-latency and high-accuracy inference be performed in ADAS?”

More information and to register, click HERE

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