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Doing the Embedded Systems Conference with your feet up

If you are like me, you run yourself to the ragged-edge each time youattend the EmbeddedSystems Conference, trying to rush around in two or three daysvisiting vendor booths, attending product introductions and attendingthe few classes you can find time for.

One way to reduce the load you are placing on your poor feet is tolet the hardware and software developers come to you via the ESCTheater at the Hynes Convention Center.

There, from the comfort of a cushioned seat you will be able to seewhat the embedded systems community has to offer in the way of newproducts, new techniques and new perspectives.

Among the companies presenting at the ESC Theater next week will be Cypress,TexasInstruments, Freescale, NEC,HalosysTechnologies and Reardon. The theater will also be the venue fortwo panel sessions on virtualizationand medicalsystems as well as teardowns of the BionXBycle Energy Management System and the PicoProjector.

Sessions at the Theatre I think will be particularly interestingare:

1) Embedded.com columnist Michael Barr, who will be giving twopresentations: “ThisCode Stinks,” on Wednesday, Sept. 23 at 4 p.m. and “RTOSMythbusters,” on Tuesday, Sept. 22 at 6.p.m.

2) Adrian Valenzuela'spresentation: Implementationof Autonomous Energy Harvesting Wireless Sensor Application. Hewill be speaking on Tuesday, Sept. 22 at 12:30 p.m.

3) ConstructingProgrammable Low Power Mixed Signal Processing Systems On-Chip, byAta Khan, vice president technical staff at Cypress Semiconductor. Hewill be speaking on Tuesday, Sept. 22 at 11:30 a.m.

After you have registeredto attend the Fall 2009 ESC, check out the presentations at the ESC Theater,pick the ones you would like to see and come and take a load off yourfeet for a while.

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