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ESC 2016 to talk on latest in IoT, Electronics, Embedded Systems

ESC 2016

Embedded Systems Conference – ESC 2016 will discuss the latest trends in electronics, embedded systems and Internet of Things (IoT) in automotive sector among others.

More than 100 companies and 30 speakers  will participate in ESC 2016, which will be held in NIMHANS Convention Centre, Bangalore from October 4 to 6 2016.

ESC is a flagship event of UBM India, a part of UBM Asia, which is a top exhibition organizer in Asia and the biggest commercial organizer in mainland China, India and Malaysia.

The conference will host an admired list of companies, speakers and trainers from across the globe who will share their knowledge to the attendees.

The event is easily the largest of its kind in the electronics and embedded systems domain in India. With topics like IoT being the toast of the season, the participants can expect new technologies and products being discussed and announced in this energetic forum.

According to Yogesh Mudras, Managing Director of UBM India, “These are exciting times for the electronics and embedded systems sector. India continues to shine by playing a key role in this ecosystem. The ESC 2016 show promises to bring to the fore emerging trends globally and discuss India’s growing dominance and role in fashioning this industry.”

The ESC 2016 event will attract attendance from both software and hardware engineers and developers, technology startups and entrepreneurs in embedded systems, semiconductors and electronics, mechanical controls, robotics companies, defense and research firms.

Key topics scheduled for discussion and debate in the event include the Embedded Systems value chain for Indian Markets, the paradigm shift in business models and mindsets to tap the opportunity present today in the embedded systems market, Revolutionizing the embedded systems space to provide ultimate value to the M2M interface and the fundamentals and essentials of an ideal embedded computing system in an IoT device

Top trainers including Bill Gatliff, Internationally acclaimed embedded systems consultant; Robert Oshana, Director of Global Software R&D at NXP Semiconductors and Dr. Jim Cooling, Consultant and Partner at Lindentree Associates will pave the way for discussions on global and emerging trends in embedded systems.

Leading companies that are hosting paper presentation sessions include NXP Semiconductors, MELabs, National Instruments, Robert Bosch Business and Engineering Solutions, Microsoft, Saankhya Labs, AP Electronics & IT Agency, Cadence Design Systems, Texas Instruments,  Infineon Technologies, QuEST Global Engineering Services, Nvidia, Wipro Technologies, Mindtree,  Tantragyaan Solutions, B&R  and Industrial Automation

ESC 2016 has received the support of India Electronics and Semiconductor Association, Consortium of Electronic Industries of Karnataka, Electronics Sector Skills Council of India and Computer Society of India – Bangalore – CSI.

Global Edge Software is the Title Partner of the ESC 2016 while Mouser Electronics have confirmed their participation as the Gold Partner. The Qt Company, Parasoft, Toradex, Gemalto are our Silver Partners.

Building on the success of our previous annuals, ESC 2016 is build over a detailed and extensive market research with our previous attendees and experts training faculty. The comprehensive tracks on each day are formulated to cover hardware issues, software challenges and updates, programming evolution and languages, standards and protocols, recent trends in embedded systems, embedded systems in IoT and much more.

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Backed by over 10 years experience with India’s top media house “The New Indian Express”, Anitha is interested in writing all aspects of automobile industry. Her qualification MSc (Industrial-Psychology) helps her to deeply analyse the auto manufacturing industry.

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