The call for papers will open soon for the Embedded Live (incorporating ESC UK) technology conference which will take on October 20-21, 2010 at Earl's Court, London.
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 ...
Embedded Live is expected to host more than 100 companies when it takes place on 20-21 October 2010 at the Earls Court in London. Those companies will be showing embedded technologies such as microcontrollers, design and development tools and embedded computers, from components to sub-systems, displays and communication devices.
The UK gets a major embedded electronics conference and exhibition later this year. Called 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.
I'm happy to say the videos of presentations at Electronics Weekly Live are now available to watch online in our Brightcove media player.
My filming duties may be over, in the presentation area, but please note we will be working to present the recordings online. There's a wealth of information on power management and wireless comms that we've captured, so we want to share that content with the widest possible audience.
ARM director of program management, John Goodacre will deliver a keynote presentation on balancing high-performance and power efficiency at the Electronics Weekly Live 2009 design conference on Wednesday, 17 June 10:30am at Earl’s Court 2, London.
What could you do with more measurement capability in your scope? This is the question asked by Agilent who will be showing its new Agilent Infiniium 9000 series scopes on its stand, H59.
Vicor, Gold Sponsors of the show, will be highlighting a new addition of eight wide-input Micro DC-DC converters to its 28VDC input family.
What could you do with more measurement capability in your scope? Find out with the new Agilent Infiniium 9000 series scopes on Agilent’s stand H59 at Electronics Weekly Live, which takes place at Earls Court 2, June 16-18.