Embedded Technologies Expo & Conference 2020 Call For Speakers Now Open

Embedded Technologies Expo & Conference 2020
The Embedded Technologies Expo & Conference is a great opportunity to learn about the latest advances in embedded technology and interact with key players in the industry. (Questex)

Embedded technology is everywhere—whether it be in an appliance, vehicle, robot, security system, industrial network, or medical device. Advances in embedded technology continue to accelerate at a breathtaking pace as businesses, and consumers worldwide yearn for technology that can perform all kinds of tasks more efficiently and improve the quality of our lives.

All things embedded will take center stage at the Embedded Technologies Expo & Conference in San Jose, June 22 through 24, 2020. This conference will draw hundreds of systems-level engineers ready for education, business, and networking. In the largest embedded and IoT market in North America, ETC is currently seeking qualified speakers to deliver presentations and participate in panels at the 2020 Conference Program.

If you are interested in being a part of the Conference Program as a speaker or have specific ideas to share, submit a proposal today.

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Please consider presenting if you have original research and/or compelling applications—or implementation-based case examples in all technologies embedded. Examples include but are not limited to AI, machine learning, automotive, security, IIoT, cloud connectivity and mesh networking. The Conference Team will consider all submissions and make the final selections.

The deadline for submissions is Friday, November 1. You can submit your proposal here.
 

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