The Largest Embedded and IoT Gathering in North America Takes Place June 27-29 in San Jose, CA
NEW YORK, June 14, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Questex’s Embedded Technologies Expo & Conference, the largest embedded and IoT gathering in North America, today unveils its Conference Program with three-days of training and workshops over four tracks – Connectivity & Security, Recent Advancements in Embedded Systems, AI & Machine Learning and Edge Computing. Embedded Technologies Expo & Conference delivers a combination of education, networking, and training for the sensors and electronics industry.
Educational sessions include:
Everything you Always Wanted to Know About Hardware Attacks (but were afraid to ask)
Device Lifecycle Management at the Edge
Unlocking ROI of Autonomous Fleets, Robotics and Drones with New Approaches to Flexible Wireless Charging Architecture
Case Study: Personal Air Quality Monitoring using Embedded Artificial Intelligence
And more. View schedule here.
Trainings and workshops include:
Pre-Conference Workshop: Designing RTOS Applications on Microcontrollers Workshop
Prototyping Secure Sensor Applications Using Click Boards and the Azure Sphere Starter Kit
Presented by Avnet – Instructor: Brian Willess, Technical Solutions Engineer
Enhancing an Embedded Sensor Application with a Custom Voice Command Interface
Presented by Avnet – Instructor: Peter Fenn, Director
Cyber Resilience for IoT – Bouncing Back from Attacks
Presented by Trusted Computing Group
Optimizing Deep Learning AI/ML Models for Resource Constrained Embedded Systems
Presented by: IAR Systems
Perpetual Power For Sensors and IoT Edge Devices Using Solar
Presented by PowerFilm Solar
Developing IoT Cellular Applications With Arduino®
Presented by Microchip – Instructor: Johan Lofstad, Senior Application Engineer, IoT Champion
Interfacing low power / low voltage sensors to the AVR®128DB48 Microcontroller
Presented by Microchip – Instructor: Bob Martin, Wizard of Make / Senior Staff Engineer
Attendees can sign up to attend these workshops at registration.
Charlene Soucy, Senior Director, Sensors & Electronics, said, “Our conference supports engineers who develop embedded systems and work with both hardware and software. We have an outstanding selection of training and workshops planned and we look forward to bringing this learning to the industry.”
In addition to premium education opportunities, Embedded Technologies Expo has a co-located exhibit floor with Sensors Converge offering access to over 200 leading suppliers and vendors. To register for Embedded Technologies Expo & Conference, click here.
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About Embedded Technologies Expo & Conference
Embedded Technologies Expo & Conference, the largest embedded and IoT gathering in North America and taking place June 27-29 in San Jose, CA, is designed to support engineers who develop embedded systems and work with both hardware and software. The event focuses on the development of embedded systems and the building blocks of IoT, from designing and coding, to debugging, and testing systems through a blend of hands-on workshops & training, education, exhibits, and third party visionaries. Embedded Technologies Expo & Conference is co-located with Sensors Converge (www.sensorsconverge.com). Both are part of the Fierce Technology Group, a division of Questex, which also produces the Autonomous Technologies Conference, Best of Sensors Awards, Fierce Electronics, Fierce Sensors, Fierce AutoTech, and Fierce EmbeddedTech, as well as daily content and newsletters on Fierce Electronics at www.fierceelectronics.com.
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