Embedded Systems Conference returns to San Jose this March
The Embedded Systems Conference -- an essential conference for embedded engineers and designers from all over the world -- will return in March to EE Live! at San Jose, Calif.'s McEnery Convention Center. Discounted tickets for the event are still available if you act soon!
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ESC will run throughout the week-long event, promising to deliver a comprehensive, technical look at the emerging tools and techniques used to successfully reduce time, cost, and complexity in the embedded development process. The conference is built around the essential tool kit of the embedded designer and contrived for engineers looking to enhance their core skills.
Featuring 11 tracks, ESC sessions will cover urgent challenges for today’s firmware, hardware, and software engineers, including evaluating real-time performance and power consumption in the face of smaller processors and SoCs, achieving predictability and reliability in systems design, and writing efficient code. Experts will also discuss security issues that are unique to embedded systems, such as weaknesses in hardware interfacing, multitasking, and timing.
EE Live! will host several other valuable programs alongside ESC, including the Black Hat Engineering Summit, Android Engineering Certification Program, Super C++ Tutorial, Internet of Things Engineering Summit, and more. See session details at the EE Live! Schedule Builder page.
Special prices for passes to EE Live!, ESC, and its various Summits/Boot-Camps are still available with various package options. Passes for the EE Live! expo segment are free. You can also follow updates about EE Live! programs, sessions, and announcements on the conference’s social media accounts on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Google+.