The closing keynotes for FPGA-forum 2018 are now decided:
Day 1: Closing Keynote:
- Tomra, Presenter TBD
The story of TOMRA. From a small Norwegian start-up to a large international company with a global footprint.
TOMRA was founded on an innovation for return of empty beverage containers more than forty years ago. In a small shed in Asker, Norway, the brothers Petter and Tore Planke created a solution to a problem: a local grocer wanted a machine that could quickly and easily take back empty bottles. This was the beginning of TOMRA.
Today TOMRA is much more than just reverse vending machines. The company also brings its expertise in sensor-based technologies to other areas – like food sorting, municipal waste recycling, and mining.
A spirit of entrepreneurship, a passion for innovation and a focus on finding solutions guide TOMRA to this day. From the world’s first reverse vending machine in 1972, all the way to providing the most innovative sensor-based sorting solutions today, TOMRA has continuously redefined what it means to be innovative.
Day 2: Closing Keynotes:
- Erik N. Steen, Chief Engineer, GE Cardiovascular Ultrasound
Vivid E95 with cSound – A highly flexible system architecture
– GEVU history/background
– Quick introduction to cardiovascular ultrasound
– Product introduction of Vivid E95 and overall architecture
– The role of FPGAs in our system architecture (both passed and present)
– Thoughts for the future
- ARM, Presenter TBD
ARM Mali graphics processors, the history and the technology
Abstract to come