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Reinhard Keil

Reinhard Keil is Senior Director of Embedded Tools at Arm. His responsibilities include the definition and strategy of tools for Arm microcontrollers and the CMSIS (Cortex Microcontroller Software Interface Standard). He is founder of Keil Software and co-author of several key software products, such as Keil C51, Keil C166, and ┬ÁVision. Reinhard continues to influence the microcontroller market and to advance the technology of the embedded space.

How to Rapidly Develop IoT devices with Arm and AWS

Arm Cortex-M processors have been shipped in more than 45 billion chips for a vast range of applications, from industrial sensors to wearables. This growth has exploded more so in the last few years due to the significant rise in connected products for diverse markets. AWS IoT provides broad and deep functionality, spanning the edge to the cloud, so customers can build IoT solutions for virtually any use case across a wide range of devices. With designers of IoT applications under extraordinary pressure to build innovative solutions quickly, affordably, and satisfy many design requirements, how can the IoT continue to scale across a growing number of use cases? The talk provides a tour of a simple path to developing secure Cortex-M based IoT devices with Arm and AWS, and how together, the collaboration provides choice and scalability for IoT developers.

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Introduction to an Open Approach for Low-Power IoT Development

Today, embedded developers start with low-cost evaluation boards utilizing reference designs that are based on open source software. For rapid IoT device development, scaling of these reference designs to cost-optimized and resource-constrained, high-volume production is critical.

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Live Q&A - Introduction to an Open Approach for Low-Power IoT Development

Live Q&A with Rheinard Keil following the Keynote presentation titled 'Introduction to an Open Approach for Low-Power IoT Development'

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