Live tradeshows can be a great way of catching up with peers, getting educated, and discovering state-of-the-art solutions to your design challenges. But time, distance, and cost prevent many of us from participating in most such shows, if not all. Fortunately, some MCC community members are willing to share their experiences with the rest of us.
Reader northstar recently attended the 2013 Embedded World conference in Germany and was kind enough to post at length about it in the Reader Message Board section of this site. I thought his posts important enough that I wanted to highlight them in this blog.
Here are links to and summaries of his posts:
Embedded World 2013 - part1: This introduction to the show offers some statistics and a quick overview of trends and key papers.
Embedded World 2013 - part2: Links to the online program and abstracts of conference papers.
Embedded World 2013 - part3: A summary of key points from a TI presentation on low-power design and energy optimization tools.
Embedded World 2013 - part4: Key points from a Mentor Graphics presentation on embedded power management.
Embedded World 2013 - part5: Our reader recaps a visit to the Adeneo Embedded booth to discuss power management through software.
Embedded World 2013 - part6: Key points from a low-power embedded automotive vision system by Freescale.
Embedded World 2013 - part7: Notes from a Keil booth visit.
Embedded World 2013 - part8: Notes from an IAR booth visit.
Embedded World 2013 - part9: Notes from a Mentor Graphics booth visit.
Embedded World 2013 - part10: Notes from a Lauterbach booth visit.
Embedded World 2013 - part11: Key points from a ConnectBlue presentation on the future of low-power wireless.
Embedded World 2013 - part12: Some key points from an ARS Software presentation on low-energy Bluetooth.
Embedded World 2013 - part13: Key points from a Zurich University presentation on using Bluetooth with energy harvesting.
Embedded World 2013 - part14: Key points from a Mentor Graphics presentation on meeting SEP 2.0 complliance.
Embedded World 2013 - part15: Summary of a Wind River presentation on the Yocto project for managing Linux distributions.
If you have questions or comments, you can leave them here or reply to the posts individually. If you, too, went to the show, please share your discoveries and experiences here.