SANTA MONICA, CA -- Embedded Systems Conference (ESC) joins an extensive lineup of co-located advanced design and manufacturing events, including Minnesota Medtech Week. For the first time in Minneapolis, ESC will present a full conference program and Demo Hall dedicated to all aspects of embedded system design, through software, hardware, systems, and connected devices. Embedded Systems Conference Minneapolis and all co-located events will take place November 4-5, 2015, at the Minneapolis Convention Center.
30+ Technical Conference Sessions, including IoT and Spectacular Feats of Engineering
Through its in-depth Technical Conference Program, ESC Minneapolis presents more than 30 technical sessions covering everything from hardware and software design, to prototyping, IoT and more. The conference provides systems engineers and designers a roadmap of where the industry is headed, as well as detailed best practices and actionable information around reducing time, cost, and complexity during the design and development process.
Conference sessions are divided across four distinct topic groups, including:
•Embedded Hardware Design
•Embedded Software Design
•Connected Devices and the Internet of Things
•Fantastical Theater of Engineering Innovation
The Fantastical Theater of Engineering Innovation is a series of technical sessions in which attendees can witness spectacular feats of engineering. They'll hear tales from the trenches told by engineers who have successfully overcome the challenges inherent in bringing good engineering ideas to life. This includes wacky electronic inventions and ideas engineers have dreamed up, coded, wired, soldered, hammered, and glued together.
ESC Demo Hall Joins 1,000+ Suppliers at All-Industry Expo
More than 30 of the top embedded and IoT vendors will showcase new technologies in the ESC Minneapolis Demo Hall. Attendees will have the opportunity to experience and evaluate the latest materials, connect with new suppliers and attend free education workshops to learn new methods and techniques from industry experts.
Beyond the Demo Hall dedicated to embedded technologies, ESC attendees will have complimentary access to the expansive Expo shared by all co-located partner events. They can explore new alternatives for materials and approaches to design challenges – as well as connect with suppliers across the entire advanced design and manufacturing ecosystem, including electronics, manufacturing, medical, packaging, quality and plastics vendors.
For more information and to register for Embedded Systems Conference Minneapolis, visit http://www.embeddedconf.com/minneapolis