How to Control the Home of the Future – In Home Displays Bringing Science Fiction Into Reality
On-demand Web Seminar
While your home may have no centralized control panel, we are not too far off from a home like the Jetsons’ where we can command and control the home from a single In-Home display. How will the In-home display be innovative and provide the right combination of command, status and control to automate the homes of the future? What features do I need, and do I have the right mix of hardware and software to enable those features. In this webinar we will discuss the needs in both hardware and software in an example of an In Home display panel using TI’s AM1808 hardware and its array of peripherals matched with Mentor Graphic’s Nucleus ReadyStart offering for the same platform. We will also show how to use the UI as a way to create an intuitive user interface that makes In home display easier to use.
What You Will Learn
- How to configure the hardware for the peripheral set they want.
- How to configure the software to match.
- Talking to the hardware through high-level API’s allows for easy system integration.
- Using the UI to make a differentiated and innovative user experience.
Who Should Attend
- Embedded system designers and project managers working on consumer devices
About the Presenters
Stephen Olsen has over 20 years of embedded software experience. Having spent the past 11 years at Mentor Graphics, Stephen has been involved in consulting, embedded software and intellectual property. He is currently in Mentor Graphics’ Embedded Systems Division as an Operating Systems Architect. During his tenure at Mentor, he co-chaired the VSIA’s Hardware dependent Software (HdS) design working group. He has also authored several papers on system design including "How to choose a CPU for your SoC design." Stephen holds a BS in Physics from Humboldt State University in California.
Sitara™ ARM® microprocessor product marketing manager
Texas Instruments Incorporated
12500 T I Blvd, Dallas, TX 75243-0592
Sean Murphy is a product marketing manager for the Sitara™ ARM® microprocessor (MPU) business unit at Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI). His responsibilities include strategic product positioning, product and business development, customer engagements and focuses on bringing new ARM-based MPUs to the worldwide market. In previous roles at TI, Murphy has served as a business development manager, focusing on TI’s microcontroller market, and a test engineer for custom ASICs for the automotive market. Additionally, Murphy has worked as an assistant web engineer and research assistant. Murphy received a Bachelor of Science in electronic engineering from Texas A&M University
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