Richard Barry Senior Principal Engineer at Amazon Web Services, Founder of FreeRTOS Senior Principal Engineer at Amazon Web Services, Founder of FreeRTOS

Real-Time Edge Processing: Get to Market Faster with Future-Proofed Designs

In partnership with AWS and FreeRTOS

In this Industry Tech Days Keynote, Richard Barry, Senior Principal Engineer at Amazon Web Services and Founder of FreeRTOS, explains how the next generation of IoT devices processing at the edge will need new techniques for sensor, audio, video, and machine learning applications.

Barry engaged in discussion with Dave Finch, New York Times bestselling author and producer of the Moore's Lobby podcast on All About Circuits. The keynote session was followed by a live Q&A with the audience at the time of recording.



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About Richard Barry



Richard Barry founded the FreeRTOS project in 2003, spent more than a decade developing and promoting FreeRTOS through his company Real Time Engineers Ltd, and currently continues his work on FreeRTOS as a senior principal engineer at Amazon Web Services.

FreeRTOS is a cross-platform standard RTOS kernel for microcontrollers with ports to more than 40 microcontroller cores and 18 toolchains. FreeRTOS is now downloaded once every 175 seconds – making FreeRTOS one of the leading RTOSes in its class.

Richard graduated with 1st Class Honors in Computing for Real-Time Systems, and was awarded an Honorary Doctorate for his contributions to the development of embedded technology. Richard has also been directly involved in the startup of several companies and authored several books.

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