On Demand

The next industrial revolution, sometimes referred to as Industry 4.0, is already ongoing, fueled by technology advancements in big data, automation and cyber physical systems. To achieve their full potential, these new processes and operating models require high-performance connectivity. Ultra-reliable low latency communication (URLLC) is a new set of 5G NR capabilities, expected for 3GPP Release 16, that can enable operators and enterprises to address a diverse range of high-performance industrial use-cases. This webinar will investigate 5G NR, including the support for private industrial networks and URLLC capabilities. Using the "factory of the future" concept as an example, it will show how 5G NR can help to transform industrial IoT by making it more dynamic, flexible and adaptable to market demand.

On Demand

The next industrial revolution, sometimes referred to as Industry 4.0, is already ongoing, fueled by technology advancements in big data, automation and cyber physical systems. To achieve their full potential, these new processes and operating models require high-performance connectivity. Ultra-reliable low latency communication (URLLC) is a new set of 5G NR capabilities, expected for 3GPP Release 16, that can enable operators and enterprises to address a diverse range of high-performance industrial use-cases. This webinar will investigate 5G NR, including the support for private industrial networks and URLLC capabilities. Using the "factory of the future" concept as an example, it will show how 5G NR can help to transform industrial IoT by making it more dynamic, flexible and adaptable to market demand.

On Demand

Private LTE networks already serve a wide range of industrial IoT use cases, such as in the mining, oil and gas, sea ports, manufacturing, and logistics sectors. Now, as 5G is here for smartphones, this webinar will investigate how the advanced capabilities of 5G technology can be applied in these environments and enable the transformation to Industry 4.0.

Among the topics to be covered in this webinar:

  • Spectrum to deploy private 5G networks for industrial IoT, from licensed, unlicensed, shared to regionally dedicated
  • New opportunities for the industrial IoT such as replacing the wired industrial Ethernet and time sensitive networking
  • The role of 5G NR ultra-reliable low-latency communication (URLLC) and Time Sensitive Networks (TSN)
  • How Coordinated Multi-point (CoMP) can be used to meet demanding reliability targets
  • How can co-located networks share the same spectrum with reliability, such as Spatial Division Multiplexing (SDM)
On Demand

Private LTE networks already serve a wide range of industrial IoT use cases, such as in the mining, oil and gas, sea ports, manufacturing, and logistics sectors. Now, as 5G is here for smartphones, this webinar will investigate how the advanced capabilities of 5G technology can be applied in these environments and enable the transformation to Industry 4.0.

Among the topics to be covered in this webinar:

  • Spectrum to deploy private 5G networks for industrial IoT, from licensed, unlicensed, shared to regionally dedicated
  • New opportunities for the industrial IoT such as replacing the wired industrial Ethernet and time sensitive networking
  • The role of 5G NR ultra-reliable low-latency communication (URLLC) and Time Sensitive Networks (TSN)
  • How Coordinated Multi-point (CoMP) can be used to meet demanding reliability targets
  • How can co-located networks share the same spectrum with reliability, such as Spatial Division Multiplexing (SDM)
On Demand

The next industrial revolution, sometimes referred to as Industry 4.0, is already ongoing, fueled by technology advancements in big data, automation and cyber physical systems. To achieve their full potential, these new processes and operating models require high-performance connectivity. Ultra-reliable low latency communication (URLLC) is a new set of 5G NR capabilities, expected for 3GPP Release 16, that can enable operators and enterprises to address a diverse range of high-performance industrial use-cases. This webinar will investigate 5G NR, including the support for private industrial networks and URLLC capabilities. Using the "factory of the future" concept as an example, it will show how 5G NR can help to transform industrial IoT by making it more dynamic, flexible and adaptable to market demand.

On Demand

The next industrial revolution, sometimes referred to as Industry 4.0, is already ongoing, fueled by technology advancements in big data, automation and cyber physical systems. To achieve their full potential, these new processes and operating models require high-performance connectivity. Ultra-reliable low latency communication (URLLC) is a new set of 5G NR capabilities, expected for 3GPP Release 16, that can enable operators and enterprises to address a diverse range of high-performance industrial use-cases. This webinar will investigate 5G NR, including the support for private industrial networks and URLLC capabilities. Using the "factory of the future" concept as an example, it will show how 5G NR can help to transform industrial IoT by making it more dynamic, flexible and adaptable to market demand.

On Demand

Private LTE networks already serve a wide range of industrial IoT use cases, such as in the mining, oil and gas, sea ports, manufacturing, and logistics sectors. Now, as 5G is here for smartphones, this webinar will investigate how the advanced capabilities of 5G technology can be applied in these environments and enable the transformation to Industry 4.0.

Among the topics to be covered in this webinar:

  • Spectrum to deploy private 5G networks for industrial IoT, from licensed, unlicensed, shared to regionally dedicated
  • New opportunities for the industrial IoT such as replacing the wired industrial Ethernet and time sensitive networking
  • The role of 5G NR ultra-reliable low-latency communication (URLLC) and Time Sensitive Networks (TSN)
  • How Coordinated Multi-point (CoMP) can be used to meet demanding reliability targets
  • How can co-located networks share the same spectrum with reliability, such as Spatial Division Multiplexing (SDM)
On Demand

Private LTE networks already serve a wide range of industrial IoT use cases, such as in the mining, oil and gas, sea ports, manufacturing, and logistics sectors. Now, as 5G is here for smartphones, this webinar will investigate how the advanced capabilities of 5G technology can be applied in these environments and enable the transformation to Industry 4.0.

Among the topics to be covered in this webinar:

  • Spectrum to deploy private 5G networks for industrial IoT, from licensed, unlicensed, shared to regionally dedicated
  • New opportunities for the industrial IoT such as replacing the wired industrial Ethernet and time sensitive networking
  • The role of 5G NR ultra-reliable low-latency communication (URLLC) and Time Sensitive Networks (TSN)
  • How Coordinated Multi-point (CoMP) can be used to meet demanding reliability targets
  • How can co-located networks share the same spectrum with reliability, such as Spatial Division Multiplexing (SDM)
On Demand

We begin with an overview of the DragonBoard 410c development board and then show you how to configure and deploy an initial customized board support package (BSP) and setup a development environment with the matching software development kit (SDK).

Topics covered:

  • Development environment setup
  • Designing IIoT products
  • IIoT product requirements
  • Configuring a custom BSP / image
    • How to start an IIoT BSP design
    • Application/system development environment setup with an SDK
    • Yocto Project build system introduction
  • Deploying your custom image on the DragonBoard 410c system
On Demand

We begin with an overview of the DragonBoard 410c development board and then show you how to configure and deploy an initial customized board support package (BSP) and setup a development environment with the matching software development kit (SDK).

Topics covered:

  • Development environment setup
  • Designing IIoT products
  • IIoT product requirements
  • Configuring a custom BSP / image
    • How to start an IIoT BSP design
    • Application/system development environment setup with an SDK
    • Yocto Project build system introduction
  • Deploying your custom image on the DragonBoard 410c system
On Demand

During this session, you will learn how to build applications for embedded Linux and optimize their performance using an integrated development environment (IDE).

Topics covered:

  • Benefits of using an IDE for embedded IIoT development
  • Building modular applications
    • How to divide code for easier maintenance
  • Developing C/C++ applications with an IDE
    • Overview of IIoT protocols for exchanging data
    • Coding message passing with MQTT
  • Profiling
    • Code optimizations
    • Code coverage
    • Profiling applications
    • Finding and addressing memory leaks
  • Supporting IIoT connectivity
On Demand

During this session, you will learn how to build applications for embedded Linux and optimize their performance using an integrated development environment (IDE).

Topics covered:

  • Benefits of using an IDE for embedded IIoT development
  • Building modular applications
    • How to divide code for easier maintenance
  • Developing C/C++ applications with an IDE
    • Overview of IIoT protocols for exchanging data
    • Coding message passing with MQTT
  • Profiling
    • Code optimizations
    • Code coverage
    • Profiling applications
    • Finding and addressing memory leaks
  • Supporting IIoT connectivity
On Demand

This session will show you how you can use Qt to develop an intuitive, modern industrial UI that can enhance user experiences.

Topics covered:

  • Modifying the underlying Linux image to support Qt development
  • Installing/setting up Qt development tools
    • QtCreator IDE — SDK integration
  • Example: Industrial Control panel UI — GUI development
    • Qt topics
      • QWidgets
      • Layouts and more
      • Creating a resource file
      • Testing your application locally
    • Debugging on the target
  • UI integration with underlying hardware — How to control external devices
    • Introduction to the new Qt product — “Qt for Automation”
      • Qt MQTT
On Demand

This session will show you how you can use Qt to develop an intuitive, modern industrial UI that can enhance user experiences.

Topics covered:

  • Modifying the underlying Linux image to support Qt development
  • Installing/setting up Qt development tools
    • QtCreator IDE — SDK integration
  • Example: Industrial Control panel UI — GUI development
    • Qt topics
      • QWidgets
      • Layouts and more
      • Creating a resource file
      • Testing your application locally
    • Debugging on the target
  • UI integration with underlying hardware — How to control external devices
    • Introduction to the new Qt product — “Qt for Automation”
      • Qt MQTT
On Demand

During this session, you will learn how to build applications for embedded Linux and optimize their performance using an integrated development environment (IDE).

Topics covered:

  • Benefits of using an IDE for embedded IIoT development
  • Building modular applications
    • How to divide code for easier maintenance
  • Developing C/C++ applications with an IDE
    • Overview of IIoT protocols for exchanging data
    • Coding message passing with MQTT
  • Profiling
    • Code optimizations
    • Code coverage
    • Profiling applications
    • Finding and addressing memory leaks
  • Supporting IIoT connectivity
On Demand

During this session, you will learn how to build applications for embedded Linux and optimize their performance using an integrated development environment (IDE).

Topics covered:

  • Benefits of using an IDE for embedded IIoT development
  • Building modular applications
    • How to divide code for easier maintenance
  • Developing C/C++ applications with an IDE
    • Overview of IIoT protocols for exchanging data
    • Coding message passing with MQTT
  • Profiling
    • Code optimizations
    • Code coverage
    • Profiling applications
    • Finding and addressing memory leaks
  • Supporting IIoT connectivity
On Demand

Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. (QTI) created the Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ Neural Processing Engine as a software framework to help developers easily harness the compute power of Snapdragon to deliver artificial intelligence (AI)-driven user experiences on mobile devices that perform at the “edge” of a connected network.
Join Gary Brotman, Director, AI Product Management, to discuss what QTI is doing in AI, and why we believe mobile is the perfect platform to drive AI experiences on-device.

On Demand

Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. (QTI) created the Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ Neural Processing Engine as a software framework to help developers easily harness the compute power of Snapdragon to deliver artificial intelligence (AI)-driven user experiences on mobile devices that perform at the “edge” of a connected network.
Join Gary Brotman, Director, AI Product Management, to discuss what QTI is doing in AI, and why we believe mobile is the perfect platform to drive AI experiences on-device.

On Demand

During this session, you will learn how to build applications for embedded Linux and optimize their performance using an integrated development environment (IDE).

Topics covered:

  • Benefits of using an IDE for embedded IIoT development
  • Building modular applications
    • How to divide code for easier maintenance
  • Developing C/C++ applications with an IDE
    • Overview of IIoT protocols for exchanging data
    • Coding message passing with MQTT
  • Profiling
    • Code optimizations
    • Code coverage
    • Profiling applications
    • Finding and addressing memory leaks
  • Enabling IIoT connectivity
On Demand

During this session, you will learn how to build applications for embedded Linux and optimize their performance using an integrated development environment (IDE).

Topics covered:

  • Benefits of using an IDE for embedded IIoT development
  • Building modular applications
    • How to divide code for easier maintenance
  • Developing C/C++ applications with an IDE
    • Overview of IIoT protocols for exchanging data
    • Coding message passing with MQTT
  • Profiling
    • Code optimizations
    • Code coverage
    • Profiling applications
    • Finding and addressing memory leaks
  • Enabling IIoT connectivity
On Demand

This session will show you how you can use Qt to develop an intuitive, modern industrial UI that will enhance user experiences.

Topics covered:

  • Modifying the underlying Linux image to support Qt development
  • Installing/setting up Qt development tools
    • QtCreator IDE — SDK integration
  • Example: Industrial Control panel UI — GUI development
    • Qt topics
      • QWidgets
      • Layouts and more
      • Creating a resource file
      • Testing your application locally
    • Debugging on the target
  • UI integration with underlying hardware — How to control external devices
    • Introduction to the new Qt product — “Qt for Automation”
    • Qt MQTT
On Demand

This session will show you how you can use Qt to develop an intuitive, modern industrial UI that will enhance user experiences.

Topics covered:

  • Modifying the underlying Linux image to support Qt development
  • Installing/setting up Qt development tools
    • QtCreator IDE — SDK integration
  • Example: Industrial Control panel UI — GUI development
    • Qt topics
      • QWidgets
      • Layouts and more
      • Creating a resource file
      • Testing your application locally
    • Debugging on the target
  • UI integration with underlying hardware — How to control external devices
    • Introduction to the new Qt product — “Qt for Automation”
    • Qt MQTT
On Demand

This session will give you an understanding of why it is important to design devices with security built in from the start, and we’ll provide recommendations for maintaining security throughout the entire product lifecycle.

Topics covered:

  • What it means to be secure
  • Security importance to an IoT device
  • Security layers
  • Why bolting-on security to existing solution may not be optimal
  • Designing in a security solution
  • Product design phase
    • Software authorization
    • Data protection
      • Data-at-rest
      • Data-in-motion
      • Data-in-use
    • Secure update
  • Ongoing product life-cycle
    • Monitoring
    • Audit/scanning
On Demand

This session will give you an understanding of why it is important to design devices with security built in from the start, and we’ll provide recommendations for maintaining security throughout the entire product lifecycle.

Topics covered:

  • What it means to be secure
  • Security importance to an IoT device
  • Security layers
  • Why bolting-on security to existing solution may not be optimal
  • Designing in a security solution
  • Product design phase
    • Software authorization
    • Data protection
      • Data-at-rest
      • Data-in-motion
      • Data-in-use
    • Secure update
  • Ongoing product life-cycle
    • Monitoring
    • Audit/scanning
On Demand

The opportunity for mobile XR is very strong and with 5G networks being deployed this year it will allow for more ubiquitous use of XR experiences and devices thus creating a bigger impact on society. Using XR viewers (AR or VR headworn connected to smartphones or other compute accessories through USB-C) allows for lighter and smaller designs while offering immersive and powerful computing and performance. There is already great ecosystem momentum for this new category of devices.

In this session, learn about the use cases for XR viewers, the different form factors of XR viewers, architecture challenges, technology considerations and more. Learn how you can enable great XR experiences of 5G now.

On Demand

The opportunity for mobile XR is very strong and with 5G networks being deployed this year it will allow for more ubiquitous use of XR experiences and devices thus creating a bigger impact on society. Using XR viewers (AR or VR headworn connected to smartphones or other compute accessories through USB-C) allows for lighter and smaller designs while offering immersive and powerful computing and performance. There is already great ecosystem momentum for this new category of devices.

In this session, learn about the use cases for XR viewers, the different form factors of XR viewers, architecture challenges, technology considerations and more. Learn how you can enable great XR experiences of 5G now.

On Demand

Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. (QTI) created the Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ Neural Processing Engine as a software framework to help developers easily harness the compute power of Snapdragon to deliver artificial intelligence (AI)-driven user experiences on mobile devices that perform at the “edge” of a connected network.
Join Gary Brotman, Director, AI Product Management, to discuss what QTI is doing in AI, and why we believe mobile is the perfect platform to drive AI experiences on-device.

On Demand

Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. (QTI) created the Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ Neural Processing Engine as a software framework to help developers easily harness the compute power of Snapdragon to deliver artificial intelligence (AI)-driven user experiences on mobile devices that perform at the “edge” of a connected network.
Join Gary Brotman, Director, AI Product Management, to discuss what QTI is doing in AI, and why we believe mobile is the perfect platform to drive AI experiences on-device.

On Demand

The opportunity for mobile XR is very strong and with 5G networks being deployed this year it will allow for more ubiquitous use of XR experiences and devices thus creating a bigger impact on society. Using XR viewers (AR or VR headworn connected to smartphones or other compute accessories through USB-C) allows for lighter and smaller designs while offering immersive and powerful computing and performance. There is already great ecosystem momentum for this new category of devices.

In this session, learn about the use cases for XR viewers, the different form factors of XR viewers, architecture challenges, technology considerations and more. Learn how you can enable great XR experiences of 5G now.

On Demand

The opportunity for mobile XR is very strong and with 5G networks being deployed this year it will allow for more ubiquitous use of XR experiences and devices thus creating a bigger impact on society. Using XR viewers (AR or VR headworn connected to smartphones or other compute accessories through USB-C) allows for lighter and smaller designs while offering immersive and powerful computing and performance. There is already great ecosystem momentum for this new category of devices.

In this session, learn about the use cases for XR viewers, the different form factors of XR viewers, architecture challenges, technology considerations and more. Learn how you can enable great XR experiences of 5G now.

On Demand

Is XR the next mobile computing platform that has the potential to one day surpass the mobile phone? Forecasters say that by 2023, there will be over 186 million XR Standalone devices (AR/VR) in the world. All these devices will transform industries by making workers more efficient, will change the way we live by making it easier for us to communicate and share and much more. Join us as we reveal findings from our US and China qualitative study and learn what consumers need and want in the next wave of XR devices.

On Demand

Is XR the next mobile computing platform that has the potential to one day surpass the mobile phone? Forecasters say that by 2023, there will be over 186 million XR Standalone devices (AR/VR) in the world. All these devices will transform industries by making workers more efficient, will change the way we live by making it easier for us to communicate and share and much more. Join us as we reveal findings from our US and China qualitative study and learn what consumers need and want in the next wave of XR devices.

On Demand

Extended reality (XR) is already providing revolutionary experiences today. Taking XR to the next level of immersion within the power and thermal constraints of a mobile device is a critical challenge. A new era in distributed computing powered by 5G, on-device processing, and edge cloud processing could offer a solution. What if we combine the power-efficient, latency-sensitive on-device rendering and tracking of the XR headset with the partial rendering capabilities of the edge cloud over a 5G link with low latency and high quality-of-service? We get boundless mobile XR experiences with photorealistic visuals. Making this vision a reality will require the entire XR and 5G ecosystem coming together. Join us.

This presentation will discuss:

  • The challenges of mobile XR and achieving the next level of immersion
  • A distributed computing XR architecture that augments essential on-device processing with edge cloud processing over 5G
  • The boundless XR business opportunity, the role of the XR and 5G ecosystem, and the benefits of them working together
  • Potential new experiences made possible by boundless XR
On Demand

Extended reality (XR) is already providing revolutionary experiences today. Taking XR to the next level of immersion within the power and thermal constraints of a mobile device is a critical challenge. A new era in distributed computing powered by 5G, on-device processing, and edge cloud processing could offer a solution. What if we combine the power-efficient, latency-sensitive on-device rendering and tracking of the XR headset with the partial rendering capabilities of the edge cloud over a 5G link with low latency and high quality-of-service? We get boundless mobile XR experiences with photorealistic visuals. Making this vision a reality will require the entire XR and 5G ecosystem coming together. Join us.

This presentation will discuss:

  • The challenges of mobile XR and achieving the next level of immersion
  • A distributed computing XR architecture that augments essential on-device processing with edge cloud processing over 5G
  • The boundless XR business opportunity, the role of the XR and 5G ecosystem, and the benefits of them working together
  • Potential new experiences made possible by boundless XR
On Demand

Is XR the next mobile computing platform that has the potential to one day surpass the mobile phone? Forecasters say that by 2023, there will be over 186 million XR Standalone devices (AR/VR) in the world. All these devices will transform industries by making workers more efficient, will change the way we live by making it easier for us to communicate and share and much more. Join us as we reveal findings from our US and China qualitative study and learn what consumers need and want in the next wave of XR devices.

On Demand

Is XR the next mobile computing platform that has the potential to one day surpass the mobile phone? Forecasters say that by 2023, there will be over 186 million XR Standalone devices (AR/VR) in the world. All these devices will transform industries by making workers more efficient, will change the way we live by making it easier for us to communicate and share and much more. Join us as we reveal findings from our US and China qualitative study and learn what consumers need and want in the next wave of XR devices.

On Demand

Extended reality (XR) is already providing revolutionary experiences today. Taking XR to the next level of immersion within the power and thermal constraints of a mobile device is a critical challenge. A new era in distributed computing powered by 5G, on-device processing, and edge cloud processing could offer a solution. What if we combine the power-efficient, latency-sensitive on-device rendering and tracking of the XR headset with the partial rendering capabilities of the edge cloud over a 5G link with low latency and high quality-of-service? We get boundless mobile XR experiences with photorealistic visuals. Making this vision a reality will require the entire XR and 5G ecosystem coming together. Join us.

This presentation will discuss:

  • The challenges of mobile XR and achieving the next level of immersion
  • A distributed computing XR architecture that augments essential on-device processing with edge cloud processing over 5G
  • The boundless XR business opportunity, the role of the XR and 5G ecosystem, and the benefits of them working together
  • Potential new experiences made possible by boundless XR
On Demand

Extended reality (XR) is already providing revolutionary experiences today. Taking XR to the next level of immersion within the power and thermal constraints of a mobile device is a critical challenge. A new era in distributed computing powered by 5G, on-device processing, and edge cloud processing could offer a solution. What if we combine the power-efficient, latency-sensitive on-device rendering and tracking of the XR headset with the partial rendering capabilities of the edge cloud over a 5G link with low latency and high quality-of-service? We get boundless mobile XR experiences with photorealistic visuals. Making this vision a reality will require the entire XR and 5G ecosystem coming together. Join us.

This presentation will discuss:

  • The challenges of mobile XR and achieving the next level of immersion
  • A distributed computing XR architecture that augments essential on-device processing with edge cloud processing over 5G
  • The boundless XR business opportunity, the role of the XR and 5G ecosystem, and the benefits of them working together
  • Potential new experiences made possible by boundless XR
On Demand

5G is here now, and new 5G NR devices and networks are being launched at an unprecedented rate — significantly faster and more globally than LTE during its first year of commercial deployment. As we race to the end of 2019 and into 2020, we expect an even more accelerated expansion of 5G in terms of commercial availability and technology reach. Afterall, we’re only at the beginning of the 5G era, and there is a rich roadmap of new 5G technologies coming in 3GPP Release 16, 17, and beyond. Not only do we expect 5G mobile experiences to get even better, but the continued 5G technology evolution will also expand mobile connectivity into many new services and industries.

Join us at our webinar to see how far we’ve come on the journey to 5G commercialization, learn what new 5G technologies are in the works, and understand how advances in AI and the edge cloud will complement the continued evolution of 5G and deliver on the full promise of our 5G vision.

On Demand

5G is here now, and new 5G NR devices and networks are being launched at an unprecedented rate — significantly faster and more globally than LTE during its first year of commercial deployment. As we race to the end of 2019 and into 2020, we expect an even more accelerated expansion of 5G in terms of commercial availability and technology reach. Afterall, we’re only at the beginning of the 5G era, and there is a rich roadmap of new 5G technologies coming in 3GPP Release 16, 17, and beyond. Not only do we expect 5G mobile experiences to get even better, but the continued 5G technology evolution will also expand mobile connectivity into many new services and industries.

Join us at our webinar to see how far we’ve come on the journey to 5G commercialization, learn what new 5G technologies are in the works, and understand how advances in AI and the edge cloud will complement the continued evolution of 5G and deliver on the full promise of our 5G vision.

On Demand

5G is here now, and new 5G NR devices and networks are being launched at an unprecedented rate — significantly faster and more globally than LTE during its first year of commercial deployment. As we race to the end of 2019 and into 2020, we expect an even more accelerated expansion of 5G in terms of commercial availability and technology reach. Afterall, we’re only at the beginning of the 5G era, and there is a rich roadmap of new 5G technologies coming in 3GPP Release 16, 17, and beyond. Not only do we expect 5G mobile experiences to get even better, but the continued 5G technology evolution will also expand mobile connectivity into many new services and industries.

On Demand

5G is here now, and new 5G NR devices and networks are being launched at an unprecedented rate — significantly faster and more globally than LTE during its first year of commercial deployment. As we race to the end of 2019 and into 2020, we expect an even more accelerated expansion of 5G in terms of commercial availability and technology reach. Afterall, we’re only at the beginning of the 5G era, and there is a rich roadmap of new 5G technologies coming in 3GPP Release 16, 17, and beyond. Not only do we expect 5G mobile experiences to get even better, but the continued 5G technology evolution will also expand mobile connectivity into many new services and industries.

On Demand

(Link to YouTube)

We begin with an overview of the DragonBoard 410c development board and then show you how to configure and deploy an initial customized board support package (BSP) and setup a development environment with the matching software development kit (SDK).

Topics covered:

  • Development environment setup
  • Designing IIoT products
  • IIoT product requirements
  • Configuring a custom BSP / image
    • How to start an IIoT BSP design
    • Application/system development environment setup with an SDK
    • Yocto Project build system introduction
  • Deploying your custom image on the DragonBoard 410c system
On Demand

(Link to YouTube)

We begin with an overview of the DragonBoard 410c development board and then show you how to configure and deploy an initial customized board support package (BSP) and setup a development environment with the matching software development kit (SDK).

Topics covered:

  • Development environment setup
  • Designing IIoT products
  • IIoT product requirements
  • Configuring a custom BSP / image
    • How to start an IIoT BSP design
    • Application/system development environment setup with an SDK
    • Yocto Project build system introduction
  • Deploying your custom image on the DragonBoard 410c system
On Demand

Thursday, November 21, 2019  Time: 8am PT | 11am ET

From decreased latency and costs, to increased efficiencies and entirely new use cases, the opportunities of edge intelligence in an industrial IoT solution have long been part of the industry discussion. Yet the complexities of implementing and scaling these types of solutions has left many companies too wary to attempt this type of business transformation. In this webinar we’ll explore the architecture of an end-to-end IoT solution from the wireless edge to the cloud, and how the combination of Qualcomm Technologies' modems and the Sierra Wireless Octave™ solution can help minimize expense and risk, allowing industries to realize the opportunities of the wireless, intelligent edge.

Join us to learn more about:

  • The needs and challenges of an edge-to-cloud industrial implementation
  • Enabling intelligent edge devices with Qualcomm® LTE IoT modems that support global multimode capabilities as well as an integrated CPU 
  • Connecting industrial assets to the cloud with Octave all-in-one edge-to-cloud solution
  • Recommendations for simplifying design, prototype and solution implementation