See Motomic at:
Freescale DFAE Technical Training 2013
Technology Expo, Tuesday, September 24, 2013
Motomic CEO Mike Gee spoke at the pre-conference symposium at Sensors Expo 2013.
His talk was “Cloud Data and Rendering the Data”.
Sensors Expo 2013 was held at theDonald E. Stephens Convention Center, Rosemont, IL – June 4, 2013.
March 27-29, 2012, McEnery Convention Center, San Jose, CA
Motomic introduces Internet of Things Analyticstm (IoTA) on ARM Cortex-M4 processors at Design West. Helping companies understand how their customers use their products, Motomic showed IoTA on small-footprint embedded devices. The products were running on Freescales new Kinetis processors, the browser on the Kinetis K60 and the media player on the K70. Watch the video…
Motomic introduces microTouchpointtm technology to turn products into touchpoints.
Freescale Americas Distribution FAE Training Technology Expo (DFAE), Austin September 25, 2012
Today we hear about the Internet of Things, the idea of connecting billions of products to the internet. This keynote examines the trends in Sensors, Networks, and Software, the catalysts that will bring about the Internet of Things. These three elements have revolutionized smartphones, mobile computing and soon industrial, medical, security, and other embedded applications. In order to be prepared for this next industrial evolution learn how to harmonize the three catalysts so that 50 billion “Things? will be relevant to the humans that interact with them.
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March 27-29, 2012, McEnery Convention Center, San Jose, CA Andy Frame of ARM interviews Mike Gee, CEO of Motomic
ARM and the Embedded Software Store showcased Motomics software tools on ARMs Cortex-M4 processors at Design West. Helping to put a face on the emerging Internet of Things, Motomic showed the first browser for Cortex-M4, the ?Butterfly Microbrowser, browsing a network and rendering HTML/CSS pages. Motomic also showed the first media player for Cortex-M4, the Butterfly Media Grid, playing full-screen video at up to 40 fps. The products were running on Freescales new Kinetis processors, the browser on the Kinetis K60 and the media player on the K70. Watch the video…