Managing Design Challenges for M2M Devices
On-demand Web Seminar
During this webinar, we will discuss how M2M devices and wireless infrastructures are changing to collect and distribute information and design challenges associated with managing system resources and user applications, such as remote connectivity and data security.
We’ll also take a look at companies like CCww, Wavesat and Enfora to understand how they are addressing these issues. Finally, we will approach how certification requirements can affect a device’s design and discuss the applicability of Android in M2M devices.
Machine to Machine (M2M) is a powerful driving force behind new technologies connecting people, devices and systems together. But M2M is more than just connected wireless devices sharing data remotely with or without human intervention. It is also about collecting and distributing the desired data efficiently — often with real time constraints — using the best suited wireless spectrum available and connected to a back-end system placed anywhere in the world.
What You Will Learn
- The application of diverse technologies to create M2M devices
- Design challenges associated with M2M devices and supporting wireless infrastructures
- Certification requirements that are applicable to M2M devices
- Android’s potential for M2M devices
About the Presenters
Syed is the director of vertical markets for the Embedded Systems Division of Mentor Graphics in San Jose, California where he is responsible for devising business strategy, product requirements and positioning for Mentor’s Nucleus OS and middleware products in the Medical and Industrial M2M segments. Syed is a frequent speaker and contributor to technical papers and publications and has held various business and technical positions throughout his career with Mentor Graphics
Prior to joining Mentor Graphics, Syed co-founded Accelerated Technology Pvt. Ltd. which became Mentor Graphics’ Embedded Systems Division’s R&D operations in Pakistan. He holds a BSEE and MBA from University of South Alabama and has taken executive courses at Stanford University.
Anthony is VP Sales and Marketing for CCww, based in Bournemouth UK, being responsible for strategy and implementation of all sales, marketing and related activities across the full spectrum of CCww's product and consultancy portfolios. Anthony also creates and manages partnerships to provide comprehensive GSM/EGPRS platforms for onward licensing as well as GSM/GPRS handsets and M2M modules for onward development and incorporation into end-user products.
Prior to joining CCww, Anthony was world-wide sales manager for Telelogic's Software Components Division, responsible for 3G protocol stack sales, including customisation and supply; and earlier for Zuken-Redac as Head of Engineering and Head of New Business Development. Anthony has won a IST award from the EC for innovative product development. He is a Chartered Engineer and a Member of the IET, and holds a B.Eng in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from the University of Sheffield.
Who Should View
- Design engineers, technical managers, product managers and system architects from companies developing M2M devices
- Module vendors, system integrators and network operators considering M2M deployment
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