After Embedded World: What’s Next for Embedded ML?

| February 26, 2019

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There’s no denying that Embedded World (EW) is a whirlwind – 1000 exhibits, 35,000 visitors and over 2,000 industry participants – but now that it’s all over and the dust has settled, I wanted to take a moment to reflect on its impact, and consider the ripple effect of that impact going forward. This year, the event focused heavily on the trend of embedded intelligence. All the major players – from silicon providers to software developers – had a presence, and Arm was no exception … but what really hit me as I walked around the vast exhibition space was the scope of Arm’s influence: almost every business seemed to be using Arm technology in some way to drive their products and make a splash in the embedded marketplace. It was pretty inspiring to see!

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