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Nicolas Lehment

Dr. Nicolas Lehment is the systems architect at NXP’s Industrial System Innovation group. In this role he provides technical guidance on strategic topics such as ML/AI, functional safety and connectivity for industrial automation. Before joining NXP he designed cutting-edge computer vision and robotics systems for ABB and Smartray. He has collaborated on research papers for topics ranging from ML-driven video classification over human pose tracking to collaborative robotics. This academic work earned him a doctoral degree at the Technische Universität München.

Factory Automation: NXP Solutions Bringing AI & ML to Embedded Applications

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As AI methods gain maturity, we see interpretation and decision making migrate from industrial PCs or datacenters into embedded devices. This change puts new demands on both the embedded processors and the tooling used to design and implement these systems.

In this session we examine why industrial applications benefit from embedded AI and how NXP devices support the shift of intelligence to the edge.

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Live Q&A - Factory Automation: NXP Solutions Bringing AI & ML to Embedded Applications

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Live Q&A with Nicolas Lehment for the theatre talk titled Factory Automation: NXP Solutions Bringing AI & ML to Embedded Applications

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Employing TSN Over Ethernet to Enable Precision Motor Control Through Operator Gesture

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TSN allows designers to combine multiple real-time applications on the same cable, even with multiple protocols.

This demo shows the i.MX 8M Plus processor, i.MX RT1170 MCU and Layerscape LS1028A using different protocols such as Profinet and Open Platform Communications Unified Architecture (OPC UA), as well as custom motor control messages over TSN Ethernet in a complex industrial system.

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