ESC Is Ready to Cast Its Spell on Minneapolis

Register today for the Embedded Systems Conference, headed to the Minneapolis Convention Center Oct. 31-Nov. 1. Don’t miss out on this content—it’s so good, it’s scary!

Take a spin in an autonomous vehicle, visit top companies at their exhibitor booths, learn the latest in embedded systems, IoT, and advanced tech from some of the industry’s leading experts…These are just three of several reasons to register for and attend ESC Minneapolis, which is less than one month away!

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Let’s start with the ESC Minneapolis keynotes. Michael McAlpine is a professor of mechanical engineering at the University of Minnesota, where he researches 3D printing functional materials. Join him in Engineering HQ on Wednesday, Oct. 31 for 3D Printing Functional Materials & Devices. On Thursday, Nov. 1, VSI Labs’ Phil Magney will be in the theater talking about The Future of Automated Driving. And that’s not all! VSI Labs will also feature its Level 2 autonomous vehicle in its booth on the Expo floor (#222) both days of the event. Stop by to check it out and to take a spin!

Beyond the keynotes, Engineering HQ will host dynamic panel discussions on artificial intelligence, augmented & virtual reality, and 3D printing and packaging. ABB Robotics VP, Dwight Morgan, will also host a discussion on the state of the robotics industry. And on Halloween, consultant Rob Reilly will demonstrate how he brought Hedley, his spooky robotic skull, to life with a smart machine sensor, Raspberry Pi, and some Arduinos, servos, and major creativity.

ESC’s comprehensive conference continues upstairs, with two full days of education in four tracks: Embedded Hardware, Embedded Software, IoT & Connected Devices, and Advanced Technologies.

Highlights from the Embedded Hardware track include:

            • Everything You Wanted to Know About ASICs, But Were Afraid to Ask

            • Selecting the Best Embedded Hardware for Your Product Design

            • How to Design Mission Critical FPGA Systems

            • Sensor Design with Bluetooth 5 Mesh Technology

Highlights from the Embedded Software track include:

            • An Introduction to RTOSs

            • ARM Cortex-M and RTOSs Are Meant for Each Other

            • Representing Memory-Mapped Hardware in C++

            • Write & Test Your C Code Sooner without Hardware

Highlights from the IoT & Connected Devices track include:

            • Wireless Sensor for Vehicle AdHoc Network Localization & Safety

            • System Design Trade-offs Beyond the Device

            • Talk to Your IoT Application: Android App Programming Demystified

            • Automating Power Management in MCU-Based IoT Nodes

Highlights from the Advanced Technologies track include:

            • How to Create an Embedded Vision System

            • The Functional Safety in Autonomous Vehicles Is Not an Afterthought

            • Object Detection Using LiDAR

            • Deep Learning Accelerators for Client Systems


Click Here for More Information on the Full ESC Minneapolis Line-up

And click here for a full list of exhibitors including: Green Hills Software, Rohde & Schwarz, Tektronix, Teledyne LeCroy, Siemens, and Proto Labs.

Finally, if you are planning to be at the show—and we hope you are—be sure to download the free event app to make the most of your show experience. Simply go to the App Store and search, “UBM Minneapolis.”

See you there!

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