ESC BOSTON 2016

Embedded Systems Conference (ESC) Boston 2016
Boston, MA, USA
April 13 – 14, 2016

At this year’s Embedded Systems Conference in Boston you’ll discover cutting-edge products, innovations and thought leadership across all aspects of embedded system design, including verification, IoT, security, teardowns, FPGA, Arduino, RTOS, ARM Cortex, debugging, and so much more.

– Delivered through technical sessions, case studies, demonstrations, and panel debates with technical leaders from Freescale, Mentor Graphics, Green Hills Software, Synapse, NXP Semiconductor, and many more.
– Showcased by more than 50 vendors, with their technical experts on hand to talk through your specific requirements. Exhibitors include Rohde & Schwarz, Teledyne LeCroy, IAR Systems, Segger Microcontroller, and more.
– Demonstrated with complimentary workshops and trainings designed to arm technical pros for the very latest emerging technologies.

There will be happy hours and other networking opportunities for you to meet your peers, ESC speakers, and editors from ESC’s own media brands Embedded.com, EE Times, and EDN. Don’t miss this opportunity to join thousands of technical professionals for two days of education, networking, and fun.

Early Bird prices end Friday, Feb 12, 2016.

To register, click here.

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