Intel at Embedded World 2015
Embedded technologies range from smart buildings to industrial consolidation, and at the Intel booth at Embedded World, you will be able to engage with these different solutions while attending “Tech Talks” and visiting with our experts. These solutions and presentations will show you how to access the Internet of Things (IoT) using an Intel® IoT Gateway or other connecting device.
Join us at the Intel booth (Hall1-328) at Embedded World 2015 to learn how you can enable the Internet of Things with the Intel® IoT Developer Kit and our ecosystem solutions.
Exhibitor Forum Presentation
Date: Tuesday, February 24
Time: 11:30 a.m.–12:00 p.m.
Location: Hall 5 – Stand 5-241
Speaker: Jiming Sun
Topic: Intel® Firmware Support Package (Intel® FSP) for Internet of Things
Intel provides a small, fast, scalable, flexible, and easy-to-integrate firmware solution for developers to ease designing for IoT devices on Intel® architecture. Intel® FSP opens the door for customers to use any firmware and boot loader solutions in their innovative applications in IoT space.
The 30-minute talk includes:
- Introduction of Intel® FSP
- IoT designs that can be benefited by Intel® FSP
- Programming interface
- Walk-through of an actual implementation
|Date and Time||Presenter||Topic|
9:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
|Mousumi Hazra||#2805: Connectivity and Manageability Issues and Solutions for the Internet of Things|
11:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
|Alex Weggerle||#2793: Power and Performance Optimization on Android|
2:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.
|Jiming Sun||#2483: Use Virtualization Technology to Achieve Security Isolation for IoT Products|
3:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
|Georg Zitzlsberger||#2851: Homogenous Development of Embedded and Mobile Applications Utilizing CPU and GPU Efficiently|
|Industrial IoT Workload Consolidation||Demonstrates the Intel® Industrial Solutions System Consolidation Series running different types of operating systems in their own virtual machines, such as an Intel® IoT Gateway. The platform interfaces to a development host PC running Wind River Workbench*, which simplifies many tasks, including developing applications, compiling, downloading to the target, and running performance metrics.|
|Smart IoT Camera, Traffic Analytics||Uses an Intel® Atom™ platform featuring an IP camera to run traffic analytics for transportation and security. The analytics in the demonstration cannot run in a typical IP camera.|
|Smart City: IoT Living Labs||Intel Labs is collaborating with world-leading cities to understand the positive impact IoT technologies can have on city life. The demo is comprised of heterogeneous wireless sensor networks incorporating gateways, edge-based sensing, and cloud computing technologies to provide an end-to-end IoT solution.|
|IoT Integrated Manufacturing Architecture||
The Internet of Things integrated manufacturing architecture combines technologies such as the Intel® Industrial Solutions System Consolidation Series, virtual machines running on Intel® Xeon® processor-based factory servers, and open source middleware technologies to lower the cost of developing IoT manufacturing systems. The demo shows how these technologies work together to collect, share, and analyze data to achieve new levels of business intelligence in a model of a real-world factory process.
For more information, see the Intel® Firmware Support Package for Intel® architecture white paper.
|Intel® IoT Developer Kit, Developer Studio, System Technologies||Provides a hands-on overview of a complete Intel® software development solution for the Internet of Things, covering all phases of the development cycle and layers of the software stack from low level UEFI-based firmware to the OS, device drivers, applications, and HTML5-based runtime solutions.|
|Costa Coffee||Demonstrates the newest innovation from the UK's favorite coffee shop; the self-serve coffee bar from Costa Express replicates all of the sights and sounds of a coffee shop in one convenient machine. Explore the exciting features of the on-the-go coffee shop experience with over 250 drinks to choose from, including coffees, teas, and hot chocolates.|
|Building Automation: Systems Monitoring and Control||Uses Intel® technology to illustrate how real-time monitoring and control of building systems creates a highly livable, workable, and human-oriented space. Systems that were once independent can now work together to enable efficiencies, ease of use, responsiveness, and streamlined functionality.|