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How FPGAs Enable Industrial Automation and Transformation to Industry 4.0

September 8 @ 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM

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As Industry 4.0 becomes more pervasive, and factories transform to become Smart and Connected, new architectures emerge, paving the way for new industrial applications. Field devices are embedding intelligence and in many cases, cloud connectivity is being integrated.

This webinar will present an overview of current trends in the Industrial market and highlight the role of FPGAs in Industrial things (PLC, Motor Drive etc.), Edge and Cloud connectivity solutions. This session will address Intel FPGA based solutions available for Industrial Automation and Edge Compute covering different technology areas such as workload consolidation, real-time connectivity, functional safety & security in Industrial applications.

Attendees will learn:

  • How Industrial Automation and Industry 4.0 are driving the factories to be smart, connected, and data-driven
  • Role of FPGAs in enabling Industrial applications
  • Overview of technologies and available solutions
Can’t attend the live event? We’ve got you covered! Register now, and we’ll send you a link to view the webinar on-demand after the live broadcast.
Diwakar Bansal
Diwakar Bansal
Strategic Business Development Manager
Intel

Diwakar Bansak is Strategic Business Development manager in Industrial and Automotive business unit at Intel PSG. He leads segment strategy and is passionate about evangelizing the role of FPGA in the emerging Industrial applications. Diwakar holds a Masters in Electrical engineering and an MBA.

Laura Coronado
Laura Coronado
Strategic Business Development Manager
Intel

Laura Coronado works as a Strategic Business Development Manager in the Industrial and Automotive BU in Intel PSG. Laura graduated from Florida International University with a degree in Computer Engineering, she has a variety of experience in the areas of Regional Applications Engineer, Product Marketing and Hardware Engineering.