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WiSoC (Thursday, October 22, 2020)

[WiSoC – 2] 12:00~14:00, Lily 1


Hyejung Cho VP, Samsung Electronics, Korea

Title : New Normal of Buildings

BIOGRAPHY

She is working on research and development of IoT solutions and commercializing them at Samsung Electronics. It launched the world's first WiFi-equipped smart home appliance in the market and fostered hotel solutions using smart TVs as a new B2B business. Recently, she is in charge of developing and commercializing smart building solutions that connect building products with IoT to provide new services.

ABSTRACT

Global climate change and urbanization are accelerating. Recent trends in smart buildings, which have recently become more important to solve various problems, are introduced. The advantages of IoT technology that enables data compatibility and collection through interconnection of devices, environment, and people in the building are introduced. Examples of AI and Data Intelligence technologies that transform new experience and value to users with data analytics are also presented. It will be time to look at the current address of IT technology evolving through services that can be delivered in future smart buildings.



WiSoC (Thursday, October 22, 2020)

[WiSoC – 2] 12:00~14:00, Lily 1


Leanne Lee VP, Telechips, Korea

Title : Market trend of Cockpit Domain in Automotive and How we prepare for the future

BIOGRAPHY

Leanne Lee is currently executive director and Head of Product Planning, Product Marketing, IPR, Production Planning, and Product Test at Telechips. Leanne Lee received an M.S in Engineering from Myungji University in 1999. Before joining Telechips as a marketer in 2006, she has designed RTL on FPGA, Hardware, Firmware, Middleware and Application Software at an IT start-up company. With her rich experience and insights from the field, Leanne Lee is now responsible for the Future Strategy Group at Telechips.

ABSTRACT

The automotive semiconductor market is growing at a very fast pace since the transition to autonomous cars and electronic cars is speeding up. We will look into how the cockpit domain is changing and what we have to prepare and put effort into to compete with global SoC vendors.