Embedded Systems Conference Boston Introduces New Programs for 2006
Fall's Largest Gathering for Embedded Engineers Builds Knowledge in Real Time and Features New Programs and Networking Opportunities for 15th Annual Conference; September 25-28
Sep 12, 2006
CMP Technology today introduced brand new programs for its 15th annual Embedded Systems Conference Boston (www.esconline.com/boston), running September 25-28 at the Hynes Convention Center. New events, panels and features, plus a busy show floor and comprehensive training program, make this the must-attend fall event for embedded engineers, offering "Knowledge in Real Time."
ESC Boston will showcase the industry's top exhibitors, including AMD, Intel, NEC, Microsoft, Green Hills, IBM, NXP Semiconductor and Sun Microsystems, and feature a technical program of 92 classes and tutorials covering topics across the technology map. To enhance the experience even more for attendees, CMP Technology has added new daily programs including The Disruption Zone, Live Teardowns of Products, and Get to the Point Panels, as well as giveaways from Texas Instruments, and a Slot Car Competition presented by Sun Microsystems.
"The Embedded Systems Conference is already the biggest and most comprehensive training program on both coasts for the country's embedded engineers, and we're excited to introduce new programming into this year's conference to enhance the event even more," said Jim Turley, Embedded Systems Conference Program Chair. "We continue to evolve and improve our events and activities to best fit the educational and networking needs of everyone who attends ESC Boston."
Keynote Presentation and Industry Address by Intel, Tuesday, September 26
Marc Abrahams, editor and co-founder of the science humor magazine Annals of Improbable Research (AIR) will deliver the keynote presentation: "Improbable Research and the Ig Nobel Prizes" at 11:00am. He will describe improbable research that first makes people laugh, and then makes them think.
Joe Jensen, general manager of marketing and platform programs for Intel's Communication and Infrastructure Group will deliver the Industry Address at 1:00pm, taking the audience on an exploration of tomorrow's embedded landscape, describing the revolution in digital technology trends.
Disruption Zone Showcases Groundbreaking Innovation from Leading Start-Ups
Debuting at ESC Boston, the Disruption Zone will showcase companies taking the next big leap forward in the embedded market, like Quantum Leaps, CorEdge, Quickfilter, Virtutech, Ultracell and others presenting pioneering technologies such as a rechargeable fuel-cell battery, intelligent sensors, DSP filtering chips, and a software state machine that could replace your RTOS.
Live Teardowns of Products
Each day, conference-goers can experience a "Live Teardown" of popular electronics, get an inside look at what's inside the box and how it works, and then enter to win the item onsite. On Tuesday (3:30pm - 4:30pm), attendees can watch the teardown of a Sony DVDirect™ MC1 Multi Function DVD Recorder and on Wednesday (12:45pm-1:45pm), a Roomba vacuum. Live Teardowns will take place at The Commons, Booth 100, and are hosted by David Carey, president and chief wrench of Portelligent, Inc., a supplier of teardown reports and related industry research on wireless, mobile, and personal electronic products,
Get to the Point Panel -- The End for Embedded Linux?
This session brings the Linux technology debate right to the exhibits floor. Live, unrehearsed and in front of the crowd, the panel pits opposing industry executives against each other. The panel will be held on the exhibit floor, so all ESC attendees can attend. Panels will take place at The Commons, Booth 100 on Tuesday (6:15pm - 7:00pm).
Up to the Minute Design Solutions Track
To help engineers find the most up-to-date design solutions, a new track has just been added to ESC Boston that features classes on Multitasking, Multicore, and ZigBee. For the complete ESC Boston training program, visit: http://www.embedded.com/esc/boston/techprg/.
Texas Instruments Giveaway
Conference attendees and the first 1200 attendees will receive a free MSP430 MCU Development Kit on a USB Stick from Texas Instruments.
Sun Microsystems Presents the Slot Car Competition, Featuring Sun Java Real-Time System
Takes conference attendees on a test run in the slot car competition to see how the Sun Java Real-Time System (Java RTS) can help predictably interact with the physical world.
To register for ESC Boston, visit http://www.embedded.com/esc/boston/registration/.
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