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Smart, connected devices need to be easy to use and secure at the same time; they can’t run out of power or get knocked offline.
Power management impacts architectural design of a smart connected device. We start by defining the type of device; wall connected e.g. router or gateway, charged e.g. smartphone or tablet or unattended e.g. sensors or battery-based controllers.
Learn about the impact of tradeoffs and why it is important that power management design is derived from use cases.
To secure a smart, connected product or solution, it is important to first understand the various types of “attacks” that can be made against it.
Find out how to derive and prioritize attack surfaces from use-cases as well as how the security architecture impacts power management and hardware choices in the overall design of a system.
Engineering for Delivery
Delivering a smart connected product is complex but with one important distinction it doesn’t have to be complicated: a demo is not a product.
A product with both hardware and software components take time to develop and deploy. Early choices in architecture and schedule alignment have tremendous impact on a successful delivery.
This webinar will delve deeper into how to balance decisions when engineering and planning for delivery. Common issues that will be discussed include over engineering vs. proof-of-concept and hardware vs. software milestones.