LONDON 'Building The Perfect Beast' is to be the next in the series of Embedded Automotive all day seminars and will take place on November 15 near Cambridge.
The seminar will focus on a series of technical presentations discussing various technology innovations that are driving future vehicle electronics design. They will cover such topics as the use of DSP technology to provide noise and echo cancellation for in car communications and voice recognition systems, the application of cache analysis to improve software performance and predictability, and faster project development benefiting from the use of real time operating systems.
Engineers have the chance to meet with key industry vendors in a non-sales environment and alongside the seminar there will be a tabletop exhibition and the chance for engineers to meet with industry vendors to view demonstrations of their latest technologies.
The companies taking part include Enea Embedded Technology, NCT, Freescale, Arcom, Mathworks, iSystems, Artisan Software, iLogix, IPL, LDRA, Lauterbach, Software Acumen, Plextek and Polyhedra.