Innovations such as AI, embedded vision, and enhanced processing capabilities for running advanced algorithms are fueling a massive expansion of robotic systems and applications. To drive the market, companies need to have an in-depth understanding of their compute requirements and employ solutions that keep them at the cutting edge of design. A Computer-on-Module concept utilizing a proven architecture is one of the most beneficial approaches today for expansion of embedded systems and compatibility with the most advanced peripherals available. Join us for an insightful webinar on understanding the Computer-on-Module concept and its benefits in the design of robotic computing solutions.
This webinar will address a range of topics including:
The Computer-on-Module concept and associated hardware.
Future proofing your design for continued technological evolution through intentional carrier board design.
Addressing demanding considerations including robust I/O, enhanced processing capabilities, vibration tolerance, and reduced footprint for robotic applications.
Application examples in robotic exoskeletons and hyperspectral imaging.
Dan Demers is the Senior Director, Business Development at congatec, Inc. He holds a B.B.S degree in International Business from Grand Valley State University, Grand Rapids, Michigan and an M.B.A. from Ashford University, Clinton, Iowa. Mr....
Senior Computer Hardware Design Engineer at Sealevel Systems, Inc.
Jeffrey Kleck serves as a Senior Computer Hardware Design Engineer for Sealevel Systems, Inc., a leading designer and manufacturer of industrial computers, carrier boards, Ethernet serial servers, software, and digital, analog, and serial...