The Embedded Masterclass event will be taking place on May 3rd in the UK. The object of Embedded Masterclass is to provide a ‘non-sales’ forum where embedded systems engineers could meet a broad range of industry experts from key vendors and learn about what is happening at the leading edge of FPGA, DSP, and microprocessor technology. The event is free to embedded engineers and engineering managers.
WTC (Wicht Technologie Consulting) identified and interviewed over 60 major organizations during February and March 2007 regarding their current MEMS revenues, products, applications and views of the major changes in the industry. The results are a combination of publicly available figures and validated estimates based on shipments and average selling prices.
MontaVista Linux and Eclipse Webinars
MontaVista Software is offering a free webinar for embedded systems software developers. The online seminar will highlight how Linux and Eclipse have revolutionized the industry, leading to dramatic gains in developer efficiency. The webinar is offered on three separate dates and times to make it convenient for attendees across North America, the United Kingdom, Europe, Australia, and Asia.
DSP Technical Course
hueggenberg is offering a technical course on theory, algorithms, and architectures of digital signal processing (DSP). The complex mathematical theory associated with digital signal processing is presented in an intuitive and straightforward style. The course is aimed at a wide audience reaching from scientists, engineers, project managers to even marketing staff. The following prior experience is useful but not essential: programming principles, electrical engineering principles, and undergradute level mathematics. Special attention is paid to practical experience; each presentation is concluded by a hands-on session in which attendees will be able to simulate and implement the structures and architectures introduced. Each attendee will receive a comprehensive set of notes and examples for in depth study after the course.