Yes, the UK does need a design conference
As the industry emerges slowly from the dark days of 2009, the UK’s diverse community of embedded design firms are active in markets as varied as aerospace, industrial control, wireless, security and medical.
With all of these sectors emerging from the industry downturn in 2009, there is a real need for a technology event which will support design activities with skills training sessions on tools and hardware, product workshops run by global suppliers and discussions on technology trends.
Embedded Live, which will take place on 20-21 October 2010 at the Earls Court in London, is aimed at engineering executives, system architects, design engineers and suppliers.
Embedded system design is more than the choice of a processor and an operating system. It involves defining the power systems, communications interfaces, displays and applications software.
That’s where Embedded Live has a role to play, It will provide the ideal platform for suppliers to address the UK’s design community.
A special feature will focus on key UK industry sectors and their technology applications, including mobile communications, security, renewable energy, healthcare and space navigation.
Electronics Weekly has partnered with EE Times Group to create the Embedded Live Exhibition and Conference, it brings together the EE Times Group’s Embedded Systems Conference and Electronics Weekly Live, organised by Reed Business Information.