Date: Wednesday, November 28, 2018
Time: 2:00 PM Eastern Standard Time
Sponsor: Digi-Key and Maxim Integrated
Duration: 60 Minutes
The demand for our devices to get smarter by offering more data and insights is insatiable, but size, power, and cost constraints fight against the desire to build those smarter devices. We’ll identify common issues that many designers face as they look to upgrade in the era of the IoT, and introduce a possible solution.
What the Attendee Will Learn
- Why we should be looking at power and not current when benchmarking our solutions.
- How sensor hubs can help lower overall power consumption.
- All about the MAX32660 – the world’s smallest Arm® Cortex®-M4 with FPU microcontroller
Principal MTS, Applications
Ben Smith is a principal member of technical staff, software at Maxim Integrated and has been charged with overseeing product definitions for systems on chips based on customer requirements and current/anticipated technological capabilities at the company since 2003. Prior to this, he worked as an engineering manager at MetroOptix. He received a BSEE and bachelor of science in computer engineering from University of Missouri-Rolla.
Executive Director, MS&S
Kris Ardis is an Executive Director in the Micros, Security & Software Business Unit at Maxim Integrated. He began his career with Maxim as a software engineer and holds two U.S. patents. In his current role, Ardis is responsible for bringing his business unit’s products to the broad market, providing marketing, sales support, and product management for microcontroller and security products. He has a B.S. in Computer Science from the University of Texas at Austin.