LDRA announced the MISRA C:2012 seminars. The half-day events introduces the new features of the MISRA C:2012, highlighting how the revised standard enables developers to take advantage of more C features, while avoiding unsafe C constructs. Project managers, software engineers, system engineers, software technical leads, verification engineers, process engineers, engineering managers, academics, and regulators will benefit from the MISRA C:2012 seminars.
SAE International is offering a seminar titled: Acquiring and Analyzing Data from Sensors and In-Vehicle Networks. The SAE seminar will review the traditional approach of acquiring data directly from sensors and cover the newer approach of obtaining data from the in-vehicle network for automotive, heavy duty, off-road, and marine applications. The event will take place November 6-7, 2013 (8:30 am – 4:30 pm) in Troy, Michigan.
ANSYS and Apache Design announced a series of free seminars about simulation software platforms and methodologies that meet integrated circuit (IC) power, performance and price demands for low-power mobile, high-performance computing, consumer and automotive electronics. The events will take place in Boston, Massachusetts; Santa Clara and Los Angeles, California; Austin, Texas.
Microsemi and Avnet Memec are offering a series of free technical seminars. The sessions will train engineers on the Microsemi MPM 4.0 power management solution. The technical seminars provide designers with a well-rounded experience and fast, accessible content that will have a dramatic impact on designs. The Microsemi Power Management seminars will take place in multiple locations throughout the U.S.
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.
National Electronics Week SA 2012 will focus on the whole electronics process, and feature a variety of exhibiting companies with products ranging from design to final distribution. National Electronics Week SA 2012 also includes seminars that cover key industry topics and offer advice and techniques to improve current processes and work practices. Seminar topics include LED, lead free processes, wireless communications, and smart grip applications. National Electronics Week SA 2012 will take place next month (March 13–14) in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Avnet Electronics Marketing Americas and Freescale Semiconductor are offering a series of webinars. The online seminars will discuss how to make the most of quad core and dual core technologies for next-generation designs. The webcasts are designed for both system architects, and hardware and software engineers. The webinars will demonstrate the best ways to extract the performance potential available from a multicore system, which will enable engineers to design systems that can achieve impressive performance, at a manageable power envelope.
AWR Corporation, National Instruments and ICON Design Automation will conduct three seminars on high-frequency design. The seminars will include application centric talks and demonstration of AWR’s 2011 software platform, including Microwave Office high-frequency circuit design software, AXIEM 3D planar electromagnetic (EM) analysis software, and Visual System Simulator (VSS) system simulation software. The seminars will take January 17, 18 and 19, 2012 in India.
Sigrity announce a series of seminars. The free multi-city seminars will discuss high-speed design challenges associated with power integrity, signal integrity, and EMI issues. The seminar series will address issues associated with simultaneous switching output (SSO) and assessing end-to-end high-speed serial links. The Sigrity seminars will take place in Boston, Austin, Dallas and Dana Point (southern California) on November 15, 16, 17 and 18, respectively. The events are ideal for designers involved in projects at the chip, package and system level interested in solutions for high-speed power integrity, signal integrity and EMI issues.
National Instruments will hold their NI Technical Symposium in 24 cities throughout North America from October to December. The symposiums feature hands-on training, new product demonstrations, technology exhibitions from National Instruments Alliance Partners and presentations from NI engineers and industry professionals. Highlights include hardware-in-the-loop and real-time testing methods, RF vector signal analysis techniques, best practices for using NI LabVIEW system design software and tips for optimizing DC measurements for speed and stability. Registration is complimentary and open to the public.