UK Device Developers' Conference is expanding
The organisers of this year's UK Device Developers' Conference, Energi Technical, announce that the event will build on the initial success and reputation enjoyed by last year’s inaugural show. With substantial increases in delegate registrations and industry sponsorship, the conference features separate software and hardware presentation streams and includes a fourth UK location (Scotland).
A one-day event for engineers, computer scientists and technical managers working in the development of intelligent systems and devices, the UK Device Developers’ Conference will take place in Bristol (May 20th), Cambridge (May 22nd), Manchester (June 3rd) and Scotland (June 5th).
This industry event explores the latest technologies and tools that are used in the development of embedded systems and electronics. The aim is to provide a productive forum whereby engineers can meet key industry experts from design tool and hardware vendors, as well as undertaking half-day workshops and presentations that offer new skills and knowledge.
German debug tool company Lauterbach is sponsoring the 2014 conference along with UK based embedded systems training experts Feabhas and Italian embedded computer manufacturer Eurotech. Exhibiting companies and presenters will include Wind River, QNX, JTAG Technologies, LDRA and Phaedrus Systems. More than 40 companies will be exhibiting throughout the 4-day series of events.
Attendance at the Device Developers' Conference, including the series of 40-minute technical presentations, is free to engineers and project managers working in the technology sector. The half-day workshops are subject to a small charge.
Richard Blackburn, Conference Organiser, Energi Technical, comments: "We have over 200 developers registered to attend and more than 50 developers registered for places on the technical workshops. This is very encouraging, so far ahead of the actual Conference. It also shows a big improvement on last year. We had a lot of good feedback on last year's event, and I think word has spread about how useful and informative the Conference proved to be. The 2014 event will include both a software stream of presentations, and a hardware stream of presentations. Some key topics for this year’s event include Android development, Device to Cloud technology, Open Source Software for Critical Systems and GUI/HMI development."