AMD VersalTm Adaptive SoCs present an innovative adaptive SoC to developers. AMD Versal Adaptive SoCs mark a significant evolution from previous generations of AMD SoCs. This webinar will introduce the AMD Versal Adaptive SoC, its unique architecture and use cases along with a demonstration of the Versal adaptive SoC’s capabilities in AI and other applications. This introduction to the AMD Versal architecture will also explore the differences between the various families of AMD Versal devices e.g., AMD Versal Prime, Premium, Edge, etc.,along with delving into the different development frameworks and entry points available depending on the target application.

The webinar will conclude with a brief introduction to the range of Versal edge development boards currently in development which will broaden developers' access to the AMD Versal portfolio.

What you will learn by attending:

  • Understanding the concept of adaptive SoCs and their significance in the context of AMD VersalTm Adaptive SoCs.
  • Explore the unique architecture of AMD Versal Adaptive SoCs and their application across various use cases. 
  • Witness a demonstration of the capabilities of Versal adaptive SoCs, particularly in AI and other relevant applications.
  • Gain insights into the range of Versal edge development boards currently under development, which will enhance developers' accessibility to the AMD Versal portfolio.


The Presenter:

Founder and Lead Engineer, Adiuvo Engineering & Training Ltd

Adam Taylor is a world recognised expert in design and development of embedded systems and FPGA’s for several end applications. Throughout his career, Adam has used FPGA’s to implement a wide variety of solutions from RADAR to safety critical control systems (SIL4) and satellite systems. He also had interesting stops in image processing and cryptography along the way. Adam has held executive positions, leading large developments for several major multinational companies. For many years Adam held significant roles in the space industry he was a Design Authority at Astrium Satellites (Now Airbus Space) Payload processing group for six years and for three years he was the Chief Engineer of e2v Space Imaging, being responsible for several game changing projects.

FPGAs are Adam ‘s first love, he is the author of numerous articles and papers on electronic design and FPGA design including over 390 blogs and 25 million plus views on how to use the Zynq and Zynq MPSoC for Xilinx. 

Adam is Chartered Engineer, Senior Member of the IEEE, Fellow of the Institute of Engineering and Technology, Visiting Professor of Embedded Systems at the University of Lincoln and Arm Innovator, he is also the owner of the engineering and consultancy company Adiuvo Engineering and Training