Fidus Attended the Embedded Systems Conference and BIOMEDevice Expo in Boston

ESCFidus attended the  Embedded Systems Conference and BIOMEDevice Expo on May 6th! The Embedded Systems Conference (ESC) is the industry’s largest, most comprehensive technical conference for embedded systems professionals in the US.

The ESC Boston Technical Conference Program consists of 8 tracks covering all aspects of embedded systems design, from concept development through to prototyping, debugging, and manufacturing decisions. ESC is offering a full program of technical training, post-mortems, teardowns, and hands-on sessions, allowing us all to absorb practical, actionable information to cut time, money, and complexity out of the embedded development process.

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The Demo Hall  showcased vendors with new products one could use or evaluate head-to-head for potential future use.

ESC Conference Tracks:

Connected Devices and the IoT | Embedded Software Design | Hardware:

Design, I/O and Interfacing | Prototyping | Embedded Systems Design | Software: Design, Languages, & Quality | Fantastical Theater | Teardowns |


BIOMEDevice_MTW_NE_4cThe BIOMEDevice Expo will be showcasing the latest industry innovations and emerging technologies, including:

Manufacturing Equipment | Cleanroom & Sterilization | Contract Manufacturing | Design Services | Electronic Components | Medical Grade Materials | Packaging & Labeling | 3D Printing | and Testing & QA/QC |

This event includes a 1 day conference on wireless device technology, a full day on quality control and assurance content, 3D printing presentations on both days of the event, and a 75 minute session on medical device design.

There will be dozens of prominent speakers attending, including representatives from Deloitte Consulting, Intel, Medtronic, Philips Healthcare, Smith & Nephew, Stratasys, Stryker, UL and numerous universities.

Both of these events are occurring at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center.

www.embeddedconf.com/boston/
biomedevice.mddionline.com/

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