We are going full circle at electronica 2022 by closing our show coverage with Akshay Misra, the first ST expert to appear on our first live stream last November 15. You can watch a replay of the talk show where you see him discuss battery management systems (BMS). Throughout the exhibition, Akshay made the case for fast and powerful BMS solutions with the ’67, a muscle car that relies on the L9963E.
And now, we sit down with Akshay to learn more about how attendees at electronica 2022 understood his message. How do people perceive battery management systems, and what transformations does he expect to see in a few years? You can listen to this podcast before or after watching his live stream.
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What else happened today?
ST held its last live stream at electronica 2022 and took the opportunity to talk about industrial AI. Machine learning at the edge is increasingly ubiquitous thanks to more accessible development tools like NanoEdge AI Studio and the Proteus kit. We also saw the first ISPU capable of running sensor fusion applications.
What happened behind the scenes?
The ST booth showcased other presentations around the power of AI and interfaces. Indeed, a people-counting demo on an SMT32MP1 proved that visual applications at the edge could be powerful. electronica 2022 was also a reminder that GUIs are ever more popular and a great tool for optimizing the user experience.