Design better embedded systems
The Embedded Technologies Conference Program will help engineers design better, more reliable, and more secure embedded systems while discovering new concepts, techniques, and tools to shave development time and increase performance.
With 30+ sessions, four new & updated tracks, and three all-new Hands-On Workshops, the Program focuses on systems design, hardware, software, and advanced technologies. Embedded experts with practical, first-hand experience working with embedded systems, will share compelling insight into the trade-offs they’ve confronted within embedded development and how they’ve successfully managed the choices they’ve made.
The Embedded Technologies Conference Program features four tracks:
Advanced Technologies: AI, ML and 5G
Are there features in your product that would benefit from AI and other emerging technologies or new attributes that they could add? Do you even know what the possibilities could be or how to get started? This track is designed for engineers who want an intro and a practical view on where these topics are now in their development. View Advanced Technologies sessions >>
As hardware options for embedded systems proliferate, developers need information and insight to select the optimal choice for their requirements. This track provides tips and tricks on how best to evaluate processors and cost-effective sensors, as well as a deep dive into managing trade-offs in the design process. View Hardware sessions >>
This track explores the embedded software stack, from low level-firmware such as bootloaders to high level software applications and systems-level languages like Rust, focusing on best practices and tips for managing firmware updates, selecting an embedded operating system, and the right tools for debugging your code. View Software sessions >>
The embedded systems design space has an increasingly challenging set of requirements with respect to functionality, performance, power, security, and safety to just name a few. In this track, design engineers will get insights and advice on how to manage the myriad decisions and trade-offs in embedded systems design. View Systems Design sessions >>