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Lattice Semiconductor Developers Conference

Event Description: The Lattice Developers Conference is a three-day virtual event building on the strong customer and partner ecosystem momentum created by the company’s fastest growing product portfolio in its history. The event will feature keynote and breakout sessions, technical trainings, and demonstrations with ecosystem partners and industry leaders that explore the latest trends, opportunities, and low power FPGA-based solutions for AI, security, robotics, and advanced connectivity applications, and more.

Event Time and Date: December 5 – 7, 2023, 8:30 am – 5 pm PST

Featured Speakers:

    • Jim Anderson, President and CEO, Lattice Semiconductor
    • Esam Elashmawi, Chief Strategy & Marketing Officer, Lattice Semiconductor
    • Eleena Ong, Vice President Worldwide Applications, Lattice Semiconductor
    • Dan Mansur, Vice President Product Marketing, Lattice Semiconductor


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  • Tue

    Industrial IoT, Big Data & M2M Summit

    8:00 amToronto, Canada


    In an increasingly globalized world the Canadian industrial sector is losing ground to cheaper, more technology driven regions. (However we can enhance our competitiveness) But we can become competitive by developing and adopting newer technologies and tools, thus innovating our way to the front.

    • The global Internet of Things market will grow to $1.7 trillion in 2020 from $655.8 billion in 2014
    • The firm predicts that the number of “IoT endpoints,” connected devices will grow from 10.3 billion in 2014 to more than 29.5 billion in 2020.
    • Industrial Internet of Things spans industries representing 62% of G20 nations GDP. Industries including Manufacturing, Mining, O&G, Agriculture, Utilities etc.
    • Predictive maintenance of assets can be reduced by up to 12%
    • Production efficiency can be increased by 30%

    If a mining operation, where the ability to quickly conduct an assay of the ore when a drill bit unexpectedly hits hard rock enables miners to resume work in a fraction of the time required before. That if the global oil industry improves pump performance by even 1 percent, it would increase oil production by half a million barrels a day and earn the industry an additional $19 billion a year. If incumbents do not identify and exploit these opportunities, new entrants and start-ups will begin to influence and capture their customers.