Shaping Future Mobility with Power Management
Season 1, Ep. 16
Future mobility is driven by the fact that saving energy will become increasingly important - and that's one of the key competences of power management. Delivering the right level of energy at the right level of voltage and signals to the entire system is crucial to make electric and autonomous driving vehicles a success. In this episode, host Nitin Dahad, editor at EE Times and Embedded.com, discusses with NXP's David Lopez, Segment Director Safety Power Management, how power management can help shape future mobility.
HoverGames Challenge 3: Sustainable Food Ecosystems
Season 1, Ep. 15
The third installment of NXP's HoverGames dives into the world of vision with artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning, inspiring developers to deliver breakthrough ideas for making our connected world better, safer, and more secure. The goal of this year’s HoverGames is to challenge developers to create solutions for a more sustainable food ecosystem. In this episode, host Nitin Dahad, editor at EE Times and Embedded.com, introduces the next challenge of the NXP HoverGames joined by Richard Fix, Bosch Sensortec and Iain Galloway, NXP.
The Potential of Vehicle Data
Season 1, Ep. 14
Over the past few years, not only has the importance of vehicle data increased rapidly but also the need to find ways to unlock its huge potential. OEMs and Tier1s are challenged to develop vehicles that are able to process exponentially increasing vehicle data and support secure edge-to-cloud communications while also enabling new vehicle experiences and services that can generate revenue and reduce costs. In this episode, Sam Abuelsamid, Principal Analyst with Guidehouse Insights, discusses the value of vehicle data with NXP's Global Marketing Director for Automotive Processing, Brian Carlson.
The New Automotive Security Standard 21434
Season 1, Ep. 13
With over-the-air updates, infotainment and the integration of mobile devices and cloud-based services, the connected vehicle offers the ultimate experience with state-of-the-art safety, autonomy and driver comfort. Robust cybersecurity measures must be engineered into all aspects of the vehicle's construction to protect critical features and back-end networks that serve them from cyberattacks. In this episode, Nitin Dahad, editor at EE Times and Embedded.com, discusses the new automotive security standard 21434, which is the automotive engineering cybersecurity standard, with an NXP's head of automotive security, Timo van Roermund.
Protecting Vulnerable Road Users Through V2X
Season 1, Ep. 12
This episode of the NXP Smarter World Podcast focuses on road safety and technology's role in keeping people safe. Join host Nitin Dahad, editor at embedded.com and guests Huanyu Gu, Product Marketing Manager of ADAS at NXP and Katja Legner of ADAC, as they discuss vulnerable road users, a focus of NXP’s activities at this years ITS World Congress in Hamburg, Germany.
Expanding the Edge with Connectivity, Interoperability and Integration
Season 1, Ep. 11
Edge computing and edge processing are key to the future of Smart Home, but realizing the full potential of the opportunity means optimizing a range of technologies and garnering support across a remarkably broad ecosystem. In this episode of the Smarter World Podcast, guest host Jonathan Collins, research director for Smart Home and Smart Health Coverage at ABI Research, discusses the topic with Tom Pannell, senior marketing director at NXP and Karl Jonsson, senior director of product management for smart home at Belkin.
The Economics of 5G Densification
Season 1, Ep. 10
As network operators prepare the infrastructure for 5G, adding the capacity needed for multi-gig speeds, ultra-low latency, and much higher spectrum efficiency, there are a number of tradeoffs to consider in terms of cost, complexity, and time. In this episode of the Smarter World Podcast, guest host Teena Maddox, Associate Managing Editor with Tech Republic, discusses the topic with Tareq Bustami, SVP and GM of Network Edge Processing at NXP and Garima Garg, Director of Technology Strategy at Verizon Wireless.
HoverGames Challenge 2: Help Drones, Help Others During Pandemics
Season 1, Ep. 9
For more than a year now, the coronavirus has changed our daily lives. In HoverGames Challenge 2, “Help Drones, Help Others During Pandemics”, NXP asked contestants to come up with innovative ways for drones to help people in need, improve crisis management or even directly prevent the spread of disease. In this episode, Nitin Dahad, editor at EE Times and Embedded.com, discusses the NXP HoverGames challenge to a challenge based interactive coding competition and its recently announced winners. He's joined by Iain Galloway, Program Manager for Drones and Rovers at NXP, Ramon Roche, Program Manager at Dronecode Foundation, Ian McElhenny and Adam Berlier of Team SCAREcrow, the winners of HoverGames 2.
Building Up The ‘Edge’ for A Responsible Society
Season 1, Ep. 8
Convenience is just one benefit of edge computing. Beyond that, it can help us build a better society, one that’s more socially responsible by reducing energy consumption, keeping us safer, protecting our data privacy, and improving productivity. In this episode of the Smarter World Podcast, Nitin Dahad, editor at embedded.com and EE Times, discusses the topic with NXP’s Gowri Chindalore, head of edge strategy, and Amanda McGregor, head of product innovation for applications processors.