Here are the challenges facing the Intermediate-level robots. Basically, there are three: "Hunt the 'Easter egg'"; "Dancing Robot"; and "Robot Tag".
Rohde & Schwarz surprised the test industry in July when it announced its first ever oscilloscopes, which will be on show for visitors to try out at Embedded LIve (October 19-21) in London next month. This is a big commitment by the Germany-based RF and microwave test systems specialist. Rohde & Schwarz has said these first 2GHz and 500MHz product ...
Another session to note - AntiMalware Techniques for Resource-Constrained Embedded Systems. The speaker is Kurt Stammberger, of Mocana, the device security framework specialists.
The strengths of the C programming language are well known - lean and mean, well established, a small footprint... But the phrase "enough rope..." can come to mind, as it can be very unforgiving when it comes to making mistakes and programming pitfalls...
Come and meet "Bridget" at Embedded Live. She's bound for Mars and is being developed by Astrium under an ESA-NASA cooperation programme. Yes, she is the development version of the first European Mars rover, packed with embedded technology...
Peter Kasenbacher, European manager for the oscilloscope product lines at Agilent Technologies, believes this is an exciting period in the oscilloscope market with many technology announcements and product launches this year already. “I am enthusiastic about the opportunities ahead in oscilloscopes. I believe that ongoing innovation with new scope platforms is particularly important in this environment,” says Kasenbacher.
Something for those looking to serve HTML or rich media content via embedded devices. The boast of the Danish company Nabto is that their technology enables you to "create a web server in 953 bytes".
To help you become well versed in the ways of the Android you want to keep an eye on the Android / Open Source track of events at the Embedded Live conference.
Embedded Live in Earls Court, London will be running three days of conference sessions on October 19-21st covering optimisation of embedded hardware such as multicore processors and FPGAs. Register today and save £200 on on-site pricing.
The Gadget Master blog provides full details for those wishing to take the Robot Challenge - at the Basic level - at Embedded Live.