What kind of microelectronics do Germany and Europe need if they want to increasingly tap the benefits of digitization in safety-critical areas as well? Whether in automation, connected driving, medical technology or industrial production - high safety standards must protect either people, central machines and systems or their valuable data everywhere. Not only is the performance of microelectronics now an important prerequisite for economic success, but its trustworthiness is also becoming an increasingly strong competitive factor in the duel with America and Asia.
In this year's Trusted Electronics Session, speakers from well-known companies and institutions will address key area topics such as the hardware-software relationship and the use of trustworthy software. Secure company networks in particular will be the focus here, as will the no less important reliable value chains. From RISC-V and hardware-implemented trust to live hacking and live blocking, the entire range of the field will be highlighted. Last but not least, we will present the current project "Veletronik" of the Forschungsfabrik Mikroelektronik Deutschland (FMD) and the edacentrum.
We invite you to share and discuss your use cases and expectations in the area of Trusted Electronics, current challenges and next steps in deploying appropriate solutions!
The session is presented by SONOSYS Ultraschallsysteme GmbH.
The presentations of the session at a glance: