7 Hands-On Workshops Highlight Free ST Developers Conference – Register Today

August 3, 2018 STMicroelectronics

Looking to jumpstart your development efforts? Attend the free STMicroelectronics’ 3rd Annual Developers Conference, September 5 at the Santa Clara Convention Center.

During the one-day event, ST and its partners will teach 7 workshops with topics including (but not limited to):

  • How to integrate a satellite receiver into a powerful Smart Thing
  • Leveraging the tiny, but complete package of sensors on SensorTile
  • Simplifying the integration of environmental and inertial sensors, NFC Dynamic Tag connectivity, and a low-power microcontroller with the STEVAL-SMARTAG1 development kit
  • Accelerating IoT design with a Bluetooth low energy wireless system-on-chip

These technical hands-on sessions are presented by subject-matter experts and show attendees how to optimize performance, size, power consumption, and cost of their next generation of products while getting a head start on development.

Organized and hosted by STMicroelectronics, the free, one-day Developers Conference also features more than 40 technical sessions that emphasize Smart Driving and the IoT, with a special focus on Smart Industry (also known as Industry 4.0) and Security, Cloud and Connectivity, Power, Motor Control, and Smart Things. Presentations from companies including IBM®, Microsoft®, Avnet®, machineQ – a Comcast company, Future Electronics®, Würth Elektronik, Rambus®, and others fill out the day.

Space is limited, so first-come, first-seated. The full agenda is available now.

But the ST Developers Conference isn’t just about hands-on training opportunities. Beyond the hands-on workshops, there is a full expo floor with technology demonstrations from ST and its partners.

By attending the event, you will discover new solutions to your design challenges, experience demonstrations across a wide range of electronic applications, broaden your expertise with an understanding of how new disruptive technologies will drive advances in consumer, industrial, automotive and other applications or industries – and even get a free lunch.

Register today – it’s FREE. You won’t want to miss this!

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