29 March 2019
Embedded Technologies and Sensors Expo in San Jose
The 34th annual Sensors Expo & Conference, the largest North American event to focus on sensors and connectivity, unveiled details of the inaugural, co-located, Embedded Technologies Expo & Conference, to be held June 25-27th at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose.
The content-rich agenda will include over 100 hours of unparalleled education and training sessions covering embedded systems, IoT, connectivity, edge computing, AI, machine learning, and more. Featuring expert speakers from a bundle of well-known companies, attendees will have the opportunity to see hundreds of leading exhibitors and network with thousands of the industry’s top engineers and innovators.
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Embedded Technologies Conference is the only event in North America focused on what is most important to designers and implementers – education and training
Sensors and embedded systems are at the core of IoT – a market expected to reach $267 Billion by 2020. New technologies, platforms, and protocols are pushing the boundaries and expanding opportunities, however, they are increasing design complexities and interoperability issues. Cost of improper design and faulty implementations have huge ramifications and the need for education and training has never been so important. With this in mind, the first annual event will feature more than 30 educational and training sessions, covering six key tracks: 1) AI & Machine Learning for Industrial Applications, 2)
Automotive Applications, 3) Designing for Industrial IoT Applications, 4) New & Emerging Wireless Protocol, 5) Secure Your Embedded System, 6) Test Your Embedded/Industrial/IoT System.
And five pre-conference symposium tracks will offer practical guidance for designers and implementers including: 1) Adopt the Right LPWAN For Your Application, 2) Digital & Analog Power Solutions for Embedded Systems, 3) RTOS 101, 4) How to Write, Compile & Debug the Most Efficient (and Most Secure) C/C++ Code, 5) Security Bootcamp.
The event will also feature dynamic, hands on training workshops. “Unlike other conferences, the Embedded Technologies Expo & Conference gets right to the heart of the technologies that make up today’s leading-edge applications, like AI and machine learning and industrial automation,” said Rich Nass, Executive Vice President, Embedded and IoT at OpenSystems Media, one of the partner companies that co-produce the trade fair. “We are enthusiastic about helping to produce an educational event dedicated to serving the needs of this audience through a real-world challenges and solutions approach, covering the latest technologies across compelling keynotes, interactive panel discussions and engaging workshops.”
Embedded Technologies Expo & Conference is the largest embedded and IoT market in North America, is the only event focused on what is most important to designers and implementers – education and training.