Artificial intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning at the Edge

Oct. 3, 2023
A Military & Aerospace Electronics-hosted webinar sponsored by Annapolis Micro Systems, Concurrent Technologies, IEEE Discovery Point for Communications and New Wave Design

Originally broadcast on October 3, 2023. Now available On Demand.

Sponsors: Annapolis Micro Systems, Concurrent Technologies, IEEE Discovery Point for Communications and New Wave Design
Duration: 1 Hour

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Summary

Developing artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning enabling technologies are among the highest priorities for the U.S. military -- particularly for applications that must operate reliably on the forward edge of the battlefield. Today's high-performance embedded computing designs that involve heterogeneous combinations of central processing units (CPUs), general-purpose graphics processing units (GPGPUs), and field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) are considered some of the chief enablers for AI and machine learning at the edge. This online panel discussion with notable industry experts will explore the latest tends in microprocessors, GPGPUs, FPGAs, high-speed switch fabrics, encryption, trusted computing, and data security for the latest applications of AI and machine learning to promising applications like real-time target identification, electronic warfare (EW), digital signal processing, and advanced radar.

Speakers

Nigel Forrester | Director of Strategy | Concurrent Technologies

Nigel Forrester is Director of Strategy for Concurrent Technologies and is responsible for driving initiatives to meet the company’s future objectives and leading the marketing team. Nigel has previously held technical a variety of engineering and marketing roles in the embedded computer industry and is an accomplished speaker and author.

He has a B.Sc. (Hons.) in Computer Science and Statistics from Reading University and can be contacted at [email protected]

Ryan Jansen | Chief Architect | New Wave DV

Ryan Jansen joined New Wave DV in 2012 and is currently in charge of Research & Development and New Product Direction. He has a deep knowledge of New Wave DV products and over 15 years of experience in the Mil-Aero/Defense industry. His primary focus has been embedded computing including FPGAs, high-speed networking, and board design. Ryan received his M.S. in Electrical Engineering from Columbia University and his B.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, MN.

Noah Donaldson | Chief Technical Officer | Annapolis Micro Systems

Noah Donaldson is Chief Technical Officer of Annapolis Micro Systems. Noah has worked at Annapolis for over 20 years in several engineering capacities and in business development. Noah has most recently guided the technical direction and product development of Annapolis’ industry-leading 100Gb Ethernet EcoSystem that is aligned with the SOSA™ Technical Standard. He holds a Physics BS from Carnegie Mellon University.

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