Sensors convert physical world characteristics into raw data that is subsequently processed by various hardware and software platforms. As the name implies, sensor fusion combines sensory data from multiple sources to improve the overall state of the system being observed.
As we’ve previously discussed on Bits & Pieces, ensuring an extended battery life is perhaps the most important criterion for any device with integrated sensors.
On Tuesday, February 18, ARM will be hosting a live Google+ Hangout panel with executives from Atmel, Freescale and Sensor Platforms. The panelists are slated to discuss various software and hardware design techniques that can help IoT developers achieve a precise balance between low power sipping and high software complexity.
You can follow the panel discussion and access the live video feed from the following links:
- ARM Google+ page – A video link will be posted once the Hangout kicks off
- Google+ event page – If you have a Google account you can RSVP and receive a reminder before the hangout
- ARM Facebook event page
- ARM’s original blog post, in the comments section
- @ARMCommunity and @ARMEmbedded Twitter channels
- Diya Soubra – CPU Product Marketing Manager for Cortex-M ARM Processors at ARM
- Adrian Woolley – Director of Strategy and Business Development at Atmel’s Microcontroller Business Unit
- Mike Stanley – Manager of Freescale’s Sensor Solutions Division
- Kevin A. Shaw – CTO of Sensor Platforms
- Will Tu – Director of Embedded Segment Marketing at ARM
We’ll see you on Tuesday, February 18!!!
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