Real embedded design information from the experts

May 12, 2015 OpenSystems Media

When it comes to receiving design information, like real, hands-on, how-to information that’s delivered with real hardware and software, there aren’t too many places to turn. Books can only take you so far. Webinars are great if you can’t get out of the office. But wouldn’t it be great to have an embedded expert hand you a development board, then show you how to use it?

That’s exactly what you’ll get at Embedded TechCon. The OpenSystems Media crew (myself included) has assembled the best-of-the-best in terms of instructors, who will look into the most pressing embedded development issues:

  • IoT from multiple angles, including security, sensors, connection media, etc.
  • Automotive technology, from security to the “connected car”
  • Best practices in FPGA design
  • Getting started with embedded Linux
  • Remote management
  • Bluetooth Smart
  • In three of these classes, “Getting Started with a Cortex-M3 Board,” “Bring Up an RTOS,” and “Use Bluetooth Smart to Control Your Embedded Device,” attendees will receive development boards that they can keep, in addition to all the training that’s needed to bring up an application.

    Here’s the link to register. Note that early bird pricing ends on May 19.

    Rich Nass, Embedded Computing Brand Director
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