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Industrial and M2M Embedded Systems - Silicon, Platforms, & Software


Industrial and related M2M embedded systems include a unique mix of environmental, connectivity, user interface, and security requirements. Silicon and platforms must provide for extended temperature, humidity, and shock & vibration ranges. Software development must include adherence to industrial connectivity standards and attack recognition & mitigation. Many industrial systems today incorporate application access through smart devices like phones and tablets. Join us as experts in industrial silicon, platforms, and software discuss industrial embedded systems challenges and architecture.

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2015 IES Street and Area Lighting Conference

The Westin Savannah Harbor Hotel

Savannah, GA

The IES Street & Area Lighting Conference is the only conference of its kind dedicated to improving the outdoor lighting business of electric utilities and energy service companies.

Visit Echelon Booth #37


IoT and M2M Safety and Security


The proliferation of connected devices coupled with network infrastructure advances have ushered in a new era of communication and machine-to-machine (M2M) automation in all industries. These advances bring significant risk - attacks on systems have become “purpose-built” - targeting specific machines in order to access unauthorized information or cause system failures. IoT and M2M systems require a combination of silicon and software solutions designed to mitigate these purpose-built attacks. Join us as silicon and software security experts come together to discuss M2M and IoT security requirements and threat identification and mitigation options using silicon and/or software approaches.

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AHR 2016

Orlando, FL

The World's Largest Showcase for HVAC.

Visit Echelon Booth #1795

Online Hands-on Lab: IzoT Platform for the Industrial Internet of Things

Online hands-on lab will provide you the basic skills necessary to create and monitor an IzoT based control network. 

After completing this lab, you will be able to:

  • Develop an IzoT-enabled device that communicates autonomously with other IzoT-enabled devices
  • Create a network of IzoT-enabled devices
  • Create Web pages to monitor and control a network of IzoT-enabled devices
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