Embedded Systems Conference Features Technical Seminars and Live Tear Downs

The Embedded Systems Conference is taking place next week (March 26-29, 2012) in San Jose, California. ESC Silicon Valley features keynotes, hands on courses, technical seminars, live tear downs, product demonstrations, and accreditation opportunities. The Embedded Systems Conference is a venue for the design engineering community to learn, collaborate and recognize excellence. In addition, ESC Silicon Valley celebrates decades of unique local electronics industry culture, innovation and significant contributions to the global technology industry.

ESC 2012 Topics

  • Unleash the Genius Within
  • Driving Innovation in Electric Vehicles
  • Creating a Defensive Embedded Security Mindset
  • Fundamentals of Real-Time Kernels
  • Embedding TCP/IP, Working Through Implementation Challenges
  • Explore Embedded GUI and Haptic Solutions, Modular Hardware, and Enablement Tools
  • Code it: Implement a Real-Time Operating System (RTOS)
  • Sense it: Integrate Sensors and Touch Sensing to your design
  • Connect it: Add Ethernet Connectivity to your design
  • Make it: Complete an Embedded GUI and Haptic Application
  • Advanced techniques for breaking dependencies in Embedded Systems
  • Affordable Software Architecture
  • Clock Architectures and their Impact on System Performance and Reliability
  • Creating Reusable Firmware Components
  • Retargeting Embedded Software Stacks for Many-Core Systems
  • Best Practices for COM Express Baseboard Design
  • Co-engineering Requirements
  • Costly Mistakes of Real-Time Software Development
  • Designing for Change
  • Shop Talk: Driving Engineering Change
  • SOLID Design for Embedded C
  • Top 10 Reasons to Use C++ for Embedded DSP
  • User Interface Technology and Design for Embedded Systems
  • Case studies from Industry on the migration of single core software applications to multicore
  • Enhancing Verification Through a Highly Automated Data Processing Platform
  • Implementing Vision Capabilities in Embedded Systems
  • Software Performance Engineering for Real-Time Embedded Systems
  • Win the Multicore Race: the Tortoise and the Hare
  • An Overview of Development Techniques for Embedded Networking Applications
  • Embedded IPv6 — What’s the beef
  • Preparing ZigBee Smart Energy 2.0 Devices for the Smart Grid
  • TCP/IP Essentials for Embedded Programmers
  • Why Wi-Fi for Microcontroller-based Products?
  • Advanced Compiler Optimizations for the Smallest, Fastest Code
  • Compiler Bugs in the Real World
  • Remotely Troubleshooting Embedded Systems using High Quality Log Files
  • System performance optimization and performance engineering for embedded systems
  • Troubleshooting Real-Time Software Issues Using a Logic Analyzer
  • Extensible Virtual Platforms — A Real Way to Accelerate Processing Platform Development and Debug
  • Model-Based Testing
  • System Integration and Test for Embedded Systems
  • Verification Flow of a Model-based Design
  • Best FPGA Development Practices
  • FGPA Based Prototyping Issues, A State of Affairs
  • Partial Reconfiguration and Multicore Processing — A Performance Partnership
  • Practical Fixed-point Processing
  • Angry Robots and Rotten Apples: Multi-platform Dynamic Mobile Botnets
  • Fault injection attacks on embedded chips
  • Modern Data Protection Protocols for Embedded Systems
  • Side Channel Security for Embedded Software
  • White Hat Hacking the Smart Grid
  • Enhancing usability of touch surfaces with Haptics feedback and proximity detection
  • Gesture recognition and 3D vision: From gaming to our everyday lives
  • How to Build a Femto Basestation
  • Improved Memory Throughput Using Serial NOR Flash
  • MEMS Integration: Building Immersive Apps & Reaping the Rewards
  • Novel Design Technique to prevent Signal Integrity Failures in Complex High Speed Designs
  • Systems, Boards, and Fabrics — Making the Right Choice
  • Enhancing system performance with coprocessor accelerators in an open source framework
  • Introduction to Computer Vision with OpenCV
  • Measured benefits from kernel consolidation for ST-Ericsson Snowball
  • Rationalizing the Platform Perimeter
  • SD/MMC Command Test Module
  • A High Performance, Low Area & Low Dynamic Power consumption LEAP (LEAn Pass Transistors) Design Style with back-to-back inverters
  • Achieving Low-Power and High Performance
  • Evolving Wireless Sensor Networks with Low Power Memory
  • Low Power DSP Uses in Connected Audio Applications
  • Low Power network standby in the home and office
  • Power aware HW/SW partitioning on cSoC platform
  • Algorithmic Acceleration of Processing Systems using High Level Synthesis
  • Application Acceleration using the ARM NEON Instruction Set
  • ASSPs with Programmable Logic — A New Generation of Systems On a Chip
  • Efficient C Code for ARM Devices
  • Towards a Coding Standard for the ARM Architecture
  • Repurposing Microcontroller Peripherals for Custom Functions
  • Arduinos and Control of the Real World
  • Concurrency Architecture in UML
  • A Tour of B#
  • Beyond Makefiles – Building Large-scale C Projects
  • New Features in C++
  • So What’s New?
  • Software Testing Techniques and Guidelines for Embedded Systems
  • The Upcoming C and C++ Standards
  • Accelerating Applications through Parallelism
  • Assuring Success with Scalable Real-Time Java Technologies
  • Guidelines for Writing Efficient C/C++ Code
  • Less is More and More Costs Less: Smart Pointers for Embedded C++
  • Undercover C++: What’s Efficient and What Isn’t
  • Using the C++ STL Without Dynamic Memory
  • Writing Efficient, Self-Maintaining Code with C++ Templates
  • Writing Reliable Multicore Code
  • Agile Embedded Software Development
  • Agile Hardware
  • Agile Requirements, Estimation and Planning — Iteration Zero
  • Agility in an Embedded World
  • Applying Agile To Hardware Development… We’re Not That Different After All
  • Don’t Look Now, But You Might Be Agile
  • Model-Driven Agility
  • A Survey of Software Optimization Techniques for Embedded Systems
  • Achieving Real-Time Performance with Linux/Android or Windows CE
  • How to do Real-Time Without a RTOS
  • Really Real Time Systems
  • The Joy of Scheduling
  • What do I really get in a RTOS Kernel?
  • A Practitioner’s Guide to Critical Software Certification
  • Agile Development of Safety Critical Systems
  • Could the stuxnet worm have been prevented with better testing practices?
  • Designing your System for High Reliability and Security
  • End-to-End Trusted Path for Embedded Devices and Applications
  • Using MISRA C and C++ for security and reliability
  • Who are you and why should I listen to you; the increasing need to trust the embedded device
  • Is Static Code Analysis Ready for Real-time?
  • Static analysis for multi-threaded code
  • Static Analysis Techniques that Measurably Improve Software Quality
  • Mars Ate My Spacecraft
  • Solving Real Problems that Required Hiring a Consultant
  • The User Experience Evolution: A Discussion of Displays from a Darwinian Perspective

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