Why you should join Imagination at Embedded World 2019

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Our technology is focussed entirely on offering SoC manufacturers low power, high-performance options for building groundbreaking products in a range of markets, from automotive to smart devices such as smart speakers to the latest smartphones. Embedded World is one of the world’s leading events for all things related to technology and embedded systems with thousands of participants from all around the world so, of course, Imagination will be there.

If you would like free admission you can get it just by using our promo code: B416877

The power of virtual

At the show, Kristof Beets, Senior Director of Product Management & Technology Marketing for PowerVR will be speaking on why autonomous cars will demand a major increase in in-car processing requirements and how our virtualization technology will be a key enabler in delivering the incredible audio-visual experience that will soon become standard in the cars on the roads, with efficiency, safety and security built into the tech at its core.

If you’d like to get a head-start on this you can read a blog post about it, but if you’re at the show we’d encourage you to hear Kristof in person.


Kristof Beets, Senior Director of Product Management & Technology Marketing for PowerVR will be speaking at Embedded World 2019


Presentation: Kristof Beets: Wednesday 27th February, 4pm (Session 3.4)

Putting the smarts in embedded tech

As well our graphics tech we’re also making waves in the industry with your PowerVR Series2NX and now Series3NX neural network accelerator (NNA), which offer the fastest and lowest power per square mm inferences per second performance in the industry. At the show, you’ll see demos of our NNA running image classification and single shot detector network at the same time!

Also, at the booth we’ll have a demo of our Ensigma Communications technology: specifically, our Bluetooth GF22FDX™ implementation, which will show how our Bluetooth Low Energy IP solutions are designed to meet the communications requirements for the low-power consumption markets such as IoT and wearables.

You’ll also be able to talk to us about our very low power GNSS location IoT technology will have a huge impact on a number of industries, such as asset tracking, infrastructure maintenance and even farming – see Dude, Where’s my Cow.

If you’d like to book an appointment to come and see us at the show for in-depth discussions and private demos you should get in touch with us – we’d be delighted to hear from you. We look forward to seeing you there!

Promo code for free admission: B416877

You can also follow us and get in touch via social media: Twitter @ImaginationTech@PowerVRInsiderFacebook, and LinkedIn.

Benny Har-Even

Benny Har-Even

With a background in technology journalism stretching back to the late 90s, Benny Har-Even has written for many of the top UK technology publications, across both consumer and B2B and has appeared as an expert on BBC World Business News and BBC Radio Five Live. He is now Content Manager at Imagination Technologies.

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