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Reality.2020

Where Hype Meets Hardware

An Online Technology Symposium Presented by

Going Live June 10-11

Industry Experts with the 5G/IoT/Cloud Answers You Need

Reality.2020 is an online symposium bringing together product experts from the world’s leading electronic component suppliers to deliver real answers to the key design challenge of these revolutionary times: how do you make your next product do things it’s never had to do before? Gather data. Communicate. Measure, detect and act. These are the feature sets your customers are demanding and disruptive competitors are delivering.

Simple switches are being replaced with activating sensors. Cables and connectors are being replaced by antennas and networks, while high fidelity audio and HD video are expected in everything from telephones to doorbells.

How does this impact your design? Can the hardware actually deliver what your imagination can create? Manufacturing is thick with buzzwords these days – machine-to-machine communication, wireless connectivity, Industry 4.0 – Reality.2020 is the place where all that hype meets real world hardware.

Keynote Speaker

Michael Knight

Michael Knight

President, TTI Semiconductor Group (TSG)
and SVP Corporate Business Development

Wednesday, June 10, 2020, 11:00 AM EDT

Register Here

Keynote: Connecting the World with Wireless Technology

Overview: When I started my career in the electronics component industry in the mid 1980’s, electronic communication was very straightforward. There were two flavors, datacom and telecom, and both used copper wire to create 100% of the connections. Today it is quite a bit more complicated, and as a result, can be very confusing. A vast amount of voice and data transmissions are now done wirelessly using a fast evolving and growing number of protocols. This has enabled an explosion in connected devices that has no predictable endpoint. This presentation will look at the various wireless communication technologies, use cases for each, and their place in the IoT and Cloud Computing ecosystem. The goal is to paint a picture of how all of these technologies themselves interconnect to create platforms from which the future of electronic technology will be created.

Speaker: Michael Knight Industry veteran, Michael Knight, has spent more than 30 years working in all facets of the electronic component supply chain – distribution to component manufacturing, start-ups to global public companies, connectors to semiconductors – in roles ranging from sales and marketing to general management. For the past 15 years he has been part of the team at TTI, Inc., a globally recognized specialty distributor of electronics components and the only “tech” company to be found in the illustrious portfolio of Berkshire Hathaway.

Currently Michael holds the positions of President, TTI Semiconductor Group (TSG) and Senior Vice President Corporate Business Development. He is responsible for building TTI’s business unit specializing in semiconductor distribution, related global acquisitions and managing group performance. Additionally, he is responsible for business development across the TTI Family of Companies.

Prior to being named President of TSG, he held the position of Senior Vice President, Americas for seven years and led the product management, asset management, corporate marketing, supplier marketing and quote/proposal teams in North America.

Featured Presenters

John Tuley and Terry Merlihan of TE Connectivity

John Tuley

IoT Business Development Manager, TE Sensor Solutions

Terry Merlihan

Director of Sales and Business Development, TE Sensor Solutions

Wednesday, June 10, 2020, 12:00 PM EDT

Register Here

Sensors for IoT: Beyond the Hype

As the Internet of Things (IoT) industry grows, so do the opportunities to utilize sensors. At TE Connectivity (TE), our sensors are utilized in various applications in miniaturized packages, multi-sensor modules, ultra-low power designs, and packages for harsh environments. Reliable, accurate sensors create a foundation for engineers to understand the various properties in applications from motor bearings to patients under home care. Learn more about the sensor technologies available from TE and how they are being used in industrial, personal, and medical applications.

Tim Cutler

Tim Cutler

Senior Business Development Manager, Connectivity Solutions, Murata Electronics North America, Inc.

Wednesday, June 10, 2020, 01:00 PM EDT

Register Here

Selecting the Right Wireless Technology for IoT Applications

IoT applications that need to be low cost and low power while sending low amounts of data have a variety of wireless technologies that can provide the connectivity to the cloud. But which technology is the right one for a given application? This presentation will look at the relevant characteristics of Cat M1 cellular, LoRa, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth to compare and contrast the technologies. The presentation will then look at some typical IoT use cases to look at how well each technology fits. Murata modules enable world-class solutions for the transportation, industrial, medical, and energy IoT market space. The portfolio includes: Actuators, Shock, Combo Acceleration and Gyro, Inclinometer, Barometric Pressure, 3D AMR, Rotary Position, PIR, Ultrasonic, Thermistors and Ballistocardiography (BCG) sensors, offering numerous options in supporting connected device measurement and control.

Martin Murray

Application Engineer, Honeywell

Wednesday, June 10, 2020, 02:00 PM EDT

Register Here

Industry Insight: Sensors as an Enabler of IoT

Honeywell Sensing & IoT’s portfolio of sensors offers engineers a wide array of solutions. This presentation will discuss sensors as an enabler of IoT and what factors are affecting design decisions.

Dr. Anitha Govind

Dr. Anitha Govind

Engineering Manager, Abracon LLC

Wednesday, June 10, 2020, 02:45 PM EDT

Register Here

MIMO Techniques and Antenna Diversity: The Keys to Improve Wireless Performance

Modern and future wireless communications are based on innovative technologies like multiple input multiple output (MIMO). The MIMO techniques can substantially increase the data rate and improve the reliability of wireless communications without requiring extra spectrum or power resources. MIMO uses multiple-antenna systems to achieve high spectrum efficiency and improved quality of service (QoS) required for next-generation wireless systems. Multiple antenna designs can be realized using one or more of the antenna diversity techniques. Thus, understanding MIMO techniques, antenna diversity and their benefits, is integral to modern and future wireless communications technologies. This webinar provides valuable insights into the various MIMO techniques and antenna diversity in wireless communication systems.

Suma Kapilavai

Suma Kapilavai

Product Line Manager, Qorvo

Thursday, June 11, 2020, 11:00 AM EDT

Register Here

The Path to 5G: Not If or When, but How Much and How Fast!

5G is here and happening now. Globally we have seen a surge on investment and deployment of infrastructure to support this next generation of networking. This webinar will provide an overview of the 5G eco-system and how Qorvo is playing a big part in enabling this technology with our portfolio of high-performance products that encompass the entire RF chain of a 5G radio unit.

John Gajadharsing

John Gajadharsing

VP of Application & Portfolio, Ampleon

Thursday, June 11, 2020, 12:00 PM EDT

Register Here

Enabling Energy Efficient 5G Base Stations

This presentation covers 5G NR key elements and RF architectures with the global snapshot of the 5G spectrum. The sub-6GHz base station topologies are explained with real-life high power RF product and application examples with the performance details. 5G mmWave aspects and concept topologies are covered with concrete product examples as well. The presenter will provide a detailed view to the technologies including LDMOS and GaN and how they fit in to the today’s requirements of the dynamic 5G market allowing the audience to understand the common 5G NR challenges from a RF power amplifier design perspective. Massive MIMO is the key differentiator in the modern 5G base stations compared to the previous generations and understanding the challenges of the higher level 5G system requirements in RF design and architectures is the key. The core value of the presentation is the view from a RF power market leader to the challenges of 5G NR architectures and applications and providing product design and performance details.

Gregor Bleimann

Gil Simsic

Senior Field Applications Engineer, Semtech

Loren Geilen

Senior Field Applications Engineer, Semtech

Thursday, June 11, 2020, 01:00 PM EDT

Register Here

LoRaWAN LPWAN – Connecting IoT Sensors
and Devices to The Cloud

This LoRaWAN LPWAN presentation will cover two key topics related to the LoRaWAN network and the IoT cloud as well as LoRa Ecosystem products and applications. First an explanation of how a LoRaWAN network is implemented and how the backhaul connection for this network can utilize 5G/LTE for connecting to the IoT cloud. Then a description of how LoRaWAN LPWAN and 5G co-exist in a public network infrastructure and how LoRaWAN fills the gap that WiFi and cell-based technologies are unable to cover. The second part of the session will describe LoRaWAN IoT devices with applications as well as how to create a LoRaWAN end node device, provision to the network and connect to the IoT cloud. Finally, a description of key applications and markets in which LoRa and LoRaWAN allow for robust long range and low power communication to the IoT cloud.

Gregor Bleimann

Gregor Bleimann

VP and General Manager

Thursday, June 11, 2020, 02:00 PM EDT

Register Here

Industry Insight: Connected Development

This presentation is an overview of Connected Development’s engineering services and capabilities including hardware, software, RD design and certification areas. What services can companies use to facilitate the best solution for their wireless IoT product and make the right design decisions as early in the process as possible.

Media Sponsors

© Copyright 2020 TTI, Inc.

5G  |  IoT  |  Cloud

Reality.2020

Where Hype Meets Hardware

An Online Technology Symposium Presented by

Going Live June 10-11

Industry Experts with the 5G/IoT/Cloud Answers You Need

Reality.2020 is an online symposium bringing together product experts from the world’s leading electronic component suppliers to deliver real answers to the key design challenge of these revolutionary times: how do you make your next product do things it’s never had to do before? Gather data. Communicate. Measure, detect and act. These are the feature sets your customers are demanding and disruptive competitors are delivering.

Simple switches are being replaced with activating sensors. Cables and connectors are being replaced by antennas and networks, while high fidelity audio and HD video are expected in everything from telephones to doorbells.

How does this impact your design? Can the hardware actually deliver what your imagination can create? Manufacturing is thick with buzzwords these days – machine-to-machine communication, wireless connectivity, Industry 4.0 – Reality.2020 is the place where all that hype meets real world hardware.

Keynote Speaker

Michael Knight

Michael Knight

President, TTI Semiconductor Group (TSG)
and SVP Corporate Business Development

Wednesday, June 10, 2020, 11:00 AM EDT

Register Here

Keynote: Connecting the World with Wireless Technology

Overview: When I started my career in the electronics component industry in the mid 1980’s, electronic communication was very straightforward. There were two flavors, datacom and telecom, and both used copper wire to create 100% of the connections. Today it is quite a bit more complicated, and as a result, can be very confusing. A vast amount of voice and data transmissions are now done wirelessly using a fast evolving and growing number of protocols. This has enabled an explosion in connected devices that has no predictable endpoint. This presentation will look at the various wireless communication technologies, use cases for each, and their place in the IoT and Cloud Computing ecosystem. The goal is to paint a picture of how all of these technologies themselves interconnect to create platforms from which the future of electronic technology will be created.

Speaker: Michael Knight Industry veteran, Michael Knight, has spent more than 30 years working in all facets of the electronic component supply chain – distribution to component manufacturing, start-ups to global public companies, connectors to semiconductors – in roles ranging from sales and marketing to general management. For the past 15 years he has been part of the team at TTI, Inc., a globally recognized specialty distributor of electronics components and the only “tech” company to be found in the illustrious portfolio of Berkshire Hathaway.

Currently Michael holds the positions of President, TTI Semiconductor Group (TSG) and Senior Vice President Corporate Business Development. He is responsible for building TTI’s business unit specializing in semiconductor distribution, related global acquisitions and managing group performance. Additionally, he is responsible for business development across the TTI Family of Companies.

Prior to being named President of TSG, he held the position of Senior Vice President, Americas for seven years and led the product management, asset management, corporate marketing, supplier marketing and quote/proposal teams in North America.

Featured Presenters

John Tuley  and Terry Merlihan

John Tuley

IoT Business Development Manager, TE Sensor Solutions

Terry Merlihan

Director of Sales and Business Development, TE Sensor Solutions

Wednesday, June 10, 2020, 12:00 PM EDT

Register Here

Sensors for IoT: Beyond the Hype

As the Internet of Things (IoT) industry grows, so do the opportunities to utilize sensors. At TE Connectivity (TE), our sensors are utilized in various applications in miniaturized packages, multi-sensor modules, ultra-low power designs, and packages for harsh environments. Reliable, accurate sensors create a foundation for engineers to understand the various properties in applications from motor bearings to patients under home care. Learn more about the sensor technologies available from TE and how they are being used in industrial, personal, and medical applications.

Tim Cutler

Tim Cutler

Senior Business Development Manager, Connectivity Solutions, Murata Electronics North America, Inc.

Wednesday, June 10, 2020, 01:00 PM EDT

Register Here

Selecting the Right Wireless Technology for IoT Applications

IoT applications that need to be low cost and low power while sending low amounts of data have a variety of wireless technologies that can provide the connectivity to the cloud. But which technology is the right one for a given application? This presentation will look at the relevant characteristics of Cat M1 cellular, LoRa, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth to compare and contrast the technologies. The presentation will then look at some typical IoT use cases to look at how well each technology fits. Murata modules enable world-class solutions for the transportation, industrial, medical, and energy IoT market space. The portfolio includes: Actuators, Shock, Combo Acceleration and Gyro, Inclinometer, Barometric Pressure, 3D AMR, Rotary Position, PIR, Ultrasonic, Thermistors and Ballistocardiography (BCG) sensors, offering numerous options in supporting connected device measurement and control.

Martin Murray

Application Engineer, Honeywell

Wednesday, June 10, 2020, 02:00 PM EDT

Register Here

Industry Insight: Sensors as an Enabler of IoT

Honeywell Sensing & IoT’s portfolio of sensors offers engineers a wide array of solutions. This presentation will discuss sensors as an enabler of IoT and what factors are affecting design decisions.

Dr. Anitha Govind

Dr. Anitha Govind

Engineering Manager, Abracon LLC

Wednesday, June 10, 2020, 02:45 PM EDT

Register Here

MIMO Techniques and Antenna Diversity: The Keys to Improve Wireless Performance

Modern and future wireless communications are based on innovative technologies like multiple input multiple output (MIMO). The MIMO techniques can substantially increase the data rate and improve the reliability of wireless communications without requiring extra spectrum or power resources. MIMO uses multiple-antenna systems to achieve high spectrum efficiency and improved quality of service (QoS) required for next-generation wireless systems. Multiple antenna designs can be realized using one or more of the antenna diversity techniques. Thus, understanding MIMO techniques, antenna diversity and their benefits, is integral to modern and future wireless communications technologies. This webinar provides valuable insights into the various MIMO techniques and antenna diversity in wireless communication systems.

Suma Kapilavai

Suma Kapilavai

Product Line Manager, Qorvo

Thursday, June 11, 2020, 11:00 AM EDT

Register Here

The Path to 5G: Not If or When, but How Much and How Fast!

5G is here and happening now. Globally we have seen a surge on investment and deployment of infrastructure to support this next generation of networking. This webinar will provide an overview of the 5G eco-system and how Qorvo is playing a big part in enabling this technology with our portfolio of high-performance products that encompass the entire RF chain of a 5G radio unit.

John Gajadharsing

John Gajadharsing

VP of Application & Portfolio, Ampleon

Thursday, June 11, 2020, 12:00 PM EDT

Register Here

Enabling Energy Efficient 5G Base Stations

This presentation covers 5G NR key elements and RF architectures with the global snapshot of the 5G spectrum. The sub-6GHz base station topologies are explained with real-life high power RF product and application examples with the performance details. 5G mmWave aspects and concept topologies are covered with concrete product examples as well. The presenter will provide a detailed view to the technologies including LDMOS and GaN and how they fit in to the today’s requirements of the dynamic 5G market allowing the audience to understand the common 5G NR challenges from a RF power amplifier design perspective. Massive MIMO is the key differentiator in the modern 5G base stations compared to the previous generations and understanding the challenges of the higher level 5G system requirements in RF design and architectures is the key. The core value of the presentation is the view from a RF power market leader to the challenges of 5G NR architectures and applications and providing product design and performance details.

Gil Simsic

Senior Field Applications Engineer, Semtech

Loren Geilen

Senior Field Applications Engineer, Semtech

Thursday, June 11, 2020, 01:00 PM EDT

Register Here

LoRaWAN LPWAN – Connecting IoT Sensors
and Devices to The Cloud

This LoRaWAN LPWAN presentation will cover two key topics related to the LoRaWAN network and the IoT cloud as well as LoRa Ecosystem products and applications. First an explanation of how a LoRaWAN network is implemented and how the backhaul connection for this network can utilize 5G/LTE for connecting to the IoT cloud. Then a description of how LoRaWAN LPWAN and 5G co-exist in a public network infrastructure and how LoRaWAN fills the gap that WiFi and cell-based technologies are unable to cover. The second part of the session will describe LoRaWAN IoT devices with applications as well as how to create a LoRaWAN end node device, provision to the network and connect to the IoT cloud. Finally, a description of key applications and markets in which LoRa and LoRaWAN allow for robust long range and low power communication to the IoT cloud.

Gregor Bleimann

Gregor Bleimann

VP and General Manager

Thursday, June 11, 2020, 02:00 PM EDT

Register Here

Industry Insight: Connected Development

This presentation is an overview of Connected Development’s engineering services and capabilities including hardware, software, RD design and certification areas. What services can companies use to facilitate the best solution for their wireless IoT product and make the right design decisions as early in the process as possible.

Media Sponsors

© Copyright 2020 TTI, Inc.

5G  |  IoT  |  Cloud

Reality.2020

Where Hype Meets Hardware

An Online Technology Symposium Presented by

Going Live June 10-11

Industry Experts with the 5G/IoT/Cloud Answers You Need

Reality.2020 is an online symposium bringing together product experts from the world’s leading electronic component suppliers to deliver real answers to the key design challenge of these revolutionary times: how do you make your next product do things it’s never had to do before? Gather data. Communicate. Measure, detect and act. These are the feature sets your customers are demanding and disruptive competitors are delivering.

Simple switches are being replaced with activating sensors. Cables and connectors are being replaced by antennas and networks, while high fidelity audio and HD video are expected in everything from telephones to doorbells.

How does this impact your design? Can the hardware actually deliver what your imagination can create? Manufacturing is thick with buzzwords these days – machine-to-machine communication, wireless connectivity, Industry 4.0 – Reality.2020 is the place where all that hype meets real world hardware.

Keynote Speaker

Michael Knight

Michael Knight

President, TTI Semiconductor Group (TSG)
and SVP Corporate Business Development

Wednesday, June 10, 2020, 11:00 AM EDT

Register Here

Keynote: Connecting the World with Wireless Technology

Overview: When I started my career in the electronics component industry in the mid 1980’s, electronic communication was very straightforward. There were two flavors, datacom and telecom, and both used copper wire to create 100% of the connections. Today it is quite a bit more complicated, and as a result, can be very confusing. A vast amount of voice and data transmissions are now done wirelessly using a fast evolving and growing number of protocols. This has enabled an explosion in connected devices that has no predictable endpoint. This presentation will look at the various wireless communication technologies, use cases for each, and their place in the IoT and Cloud Computing ecosystem. The goal is to paint a picture of how all of these technologies themselves interconnect to create platforms from which the future of electronic technology will be created.

Speaker: Michael Knight Industry veteran, Michael Knight, has spent more than 30 years working in all facets of the electronic component supply chain – distribution to component manufacturing, start-ups to global public companies, connectors to semiconductors – in roles ranging from sales and marketing to general management. For the past 15 years he has been part of the team at TTI, Inc., a globally recognized specialty distributor of electronics components and the only “tech” company to be found in the illustrious portfolio of Berkshire Hathaway.

Currently Michael holds the positions of President, TTI Semiconductor Group (TSG) and Senior Vice President Corporate Business Development. He is responsible for building TTI’s business unit specializing in semiconductor distribution, related global acquisitions and managing group performance. Additionally, he is responsible for business development across the TTI Family of Companies.

Prior to being named President of TSG, he held the position of Senior Vice President, Americas for seven years and led the product management, asset management, corporate marketing, supplier marketing and quote/proposal teams in North America.

Featured Presenters

John Tuley and Terry Merlihan

John Tuley

IoT Business Development Manager, TE Sensor Solutions

Terry Merlihan

Director of Sales and Business Development,
TE Sensor Solutions

Wednesday, June 10, 2020, 12:00 PM EDT

Register Here

Sensors for IoT: Beyond the Hype

As the Internet of Things (IoT) industry grows, so do the opportunities to utilize sensors. At TE Connectivity (TE), our sensors are utilized in various applications in miniaturized packages, multi-sensor modules, ultra-low power designs, and packages for harsh environments. Reliable, accurate sensors create a foundation for engineers to understand the various properties in applications from motor bearings to patients under home care. Learn more about the sensor technologies available from TE and how they are being used in industrial, personal, and medical applications.

Tim Cutler

Tim Cutler

Senior Business Development Manager, Connectivity Solutions, Murata Electronics North America, Inc.

Wednesday, June 10, 2020, 01:00 PM EDT

Register Here

Selecting the Right Wireless Technology for IoT Applications

IoT applications that need to be low cost and low power while sending low amounts of data have a variety of wireless technologies that can provide the connectivity to the cloud. But which technology is the right one for a given application? This presentation will look at the relevant characteristics of Cat M1 cellular, LoRa, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth to compare and contrast the technologies. The presentation will then look at some typical IoT use cases to look at how well each technology fits. Murata modules enable world-class solutions for the transportation, industrial, medical, and energy IoT market space. The portfolio includes: Actuators, Shock, Combo Acceleration and Gyro, Inclinometer, Barometric Pressure, 3D AMR, Rotary Position, PIR, Ultrasonic, Thermistors and Ballistocardiography (BCG) sensors, offering numerous options in supporting connected device measurement and control.

Martin Murray

Application Engineer, Honeywell

Wednesday, June 10, 2020, 02:00 PM EDT

Register Here

Industry Insight: Sensors as an
Enabler of IoT

Honeywell Sensing & IoT’s portfolio of sensors offers engineers a wide array of solutions. This presentation will discuss sensors as an enabler of IoT and what factors are affecting design decisions.

Dr. Anitha Govind

Dr. Anitha Govind

Engineering Manager, Abracon LLC

Wednesday, June 10, 2020, 02:45 PM EDT

Register Here

MIMO Techniques and Antenna Diversity: The Keys to Improve Wireless Performance

Modern and future wireless communications are based on innovative technologies like multiple input multiple output (MIMO). The MIMO techniques can substantially increase the data rate and improve the reliability of wireless communications without requiring extra spectrum or power resources. MIMO uses multiple-antenna systems to achieve high spectrum efficiency and improved quality of service (QoS) required for next-generation wireless systems. Multiple antenna designs can be realized using one or more of the antenna diversity techniques. Thus, understanding MIMO techniques, antenna diversity and their benefits, is integral to modern and future wireless communications technologies. This webinar provides valuable insights into the various MIMO techniques and antenna diversity in wireless communication systems.

Suma Kapilavai

Suma Kapilavai

Product Line Manager, Qorvo

Thursday, June 11, 2020, 11:00 AM EDT

Register Here

The Path to 5G: Not If or When, but How Much and How Fast!

5G is here and happening now. Globally we have seen a surge on investment and deployment of infrastructure to support this next generation of networking. This webinar will provide an overview of the 5G eco-system and how Qorvo is playing a big part in enabling this technology with our portfolio of high-performance products that encompass the entire RF chain of a 5G radio unit.

John Gajadharsing

John Gajadharsing

VP of Application & Portfolio, Ampleon

Thursday, June 11, 2020, 12:00 PM EDT

Register Here

Enabling Energy Efficient 5G Base Stations

This presentation covers 5G NR key elements and RF architectures with the global snapshot of the 5G spectrum. The sub-6GHz base station topologies are explained with real-life high power RF product and application examples with the performance details. 5G mmWave aspects and concept topologies are covered with concrete product examples as well. The presenter will provide a detailed view to the technologies including LDMOS and GaN and how they fit in to the today’s requirements of the dynamic 5G market allowing the audience to understand the common 5G NR challenges from a RF power amplifier design perspective. Massive MIMO is the key differentiator in the modern 5G base stations compared to the previous generations and understanding the challenges of the higher level 5G system requirements in RF design and architectures is the key. The core value of the presentation is the view from a RF power market leader to the challenges of 5G NR architectures and applications and providing product design and performance details.

Gil Simsic

Senior Field Applications Engineer, Semtech

Loren Geilen

Senior Field Applications Engineer, Semtech

Thursday, June 11, 2020, 01:00 PM EDT

Register Here

LoRaWAN LPWAN – Connecting IoT Sensors and Devices to The Cloud

This LoRaWAN LPWAN presentation will cover two key topics related to the LoRaWAN network and the IoT cloud as well as LoRa Ecosystem products and applications. First an explanation of how a LoRaWAN network is implemented and how the backhaul connection for this network can utilize 5G/LTE for connecting to the IoT cloud. Then a description of how LoRaWAN LPWAN and 5G co-exist in a public network infrastructure and how LoRaWAN fills the gap that WiFi and cell-based technologies are unable to cover. The second part of the session will describe LoRaWAN IoT devices with applications as well as how to create a LoRaWAN end node device, provision to the network and connect to the IoT cloud. Finally, a description of key applications and markets in which LoRa and LoRaWAN allow for robust long range and low power communication to the IoT cloud.

Gregor Bleimann

Gregor Bleimann

VP and General Manager

Thursday, June 11, 2020, 02:00 PM EDT

Register Here

Industry Insight: Connected Development

This presentation is an overview of Connected Development’s engineering services and capabilities including hardware, software, RD design and certification areas. What services can companies use to facilitate the best solution for their wireless IoT product and make the right design decisions as early in the process as possible.

Media Sponsors

© Copyright 2020 TTI, Inc.