Winners of the Embedded World awards

Winners of the Embedded World awards

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By Nick Flaherty

The winners of the show awards and community vote at the Embedded World exhibition covered AI, embedded hardware and a new award for startups.

From the more than 100 submissions, a five-member jury initially selected three nominees in each category of the embedded award. For the first time members of the embedded systems community were invited to vote for their favourite innovation among the nominated products and services and thus reward them with the community choice award.

“Innovation is possible in all areas of the embedded industry, and in all types of companies. Established companies ‘can’ innovate, as the winners of the embedded award in the categories Embedded Vision, Hardware, Software, Safety & Security, Tools and SoC/IP/IC Design have clearly shown,” said Prof Axel Sikora, Chairman of the embedded world Conference.

The winner in the Artificial Intelligence category was Voltai with AI models trained for electronics and semiconductors
For hardware Ambiq won for the Apollo510 MCU. In embedded Vision, LIPS won for the edge-AI enabled LIPSedge S-Series High-Resolution 3D Stereo Camera.

In Safety & Security, configurable RISC-V core developer Codasip won for its implantation of the CHERI security technology.

Analog Devices won in the SoC/IP/IC Design category with its MAX40109 Pressure Sensor System on Chip with Single Flow Calibration while Real-Time Innovations (RTI) won for its  Connext Drive 3.0 software.

The winning startup was Embedd with AI Datasheet Analysis and Automated Driver Generation while TARA Systems won for its Embedded Wizar

The winner of the community choice award 2024 was STMiicroelectronics for its ST87M01 LTE Cat NB2 NB-IoT and GNSS industrial module



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