Next week – on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday – one of the foremost events in the embedded systems world is taking place once again in San Jose, California: the Arm TechCon. This annual event has gradually grown in size and stature over the years. Although it is dedicated to Arm®-based technology, this covers such a large proportion of systems being developed that the conference has much to offer most developers …
The event is comprised of several parts. It is essentially a technical conference with an attached exhibition, at which we will have a booth – #737. If you are attending, do stop by and say hi. The booth has a theatre area where brief, technical presentations [“lightening talks”] will be taking place through the show. I will be doing one of these on Wednesday: Embedded multicore: enablement of heterogeneous OSes and mixed criticality systems
The conference has an extensive, multi-stream program covering many aspects of embedded system development in which Mentor has numerous contributed papers in a variety of fields. I have one:
Tuesday 14:30-15:20 – Power Management in Embedded Systems
Do come along if you are able.
An additional, very interesting event at the show is a hands on workshop: Development of Web/Mobile IoT Applications that Connect to Embedded Devices
If you would like to get hold of any of my presentation materials, please contact me by email or via social media.
See you there!