Women In Engineering Panel and Advanced Technologies Track to Lead Embedded Systems Conference (ESC) Boston in May

SANTA MONICA, Calif., April 19, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — UBM’s Advanced Design & Manufacturing portfolio today announces the unmatched educational content to be experienced at its annual Embedded Systems Conference (ESC) Boston, New England’s largest annual embedded systems event, taking place May 3-4, 2017. The two-day conference will be outlined by four learning tracks directly related to embedded technology and feature presentations from many well-known and respected industry leaders. Headlining the 2017 event is the new Women in Engineering Panel & Networking Session, as well as the introduction of the new Advanced Technologies conference track that covers trending topics and innovation within artificial intelligence, virtual reality (VR), machine learning, and more.

ESC Boston will run alongside UBM’s Advanced Design & Manufacturing show that features three additional expos under the same roof and includes: BIOMEDevice BostonDesign & Manufacturing (D&M) New England, and PLASTEC New England. To learn more about ESC Boston, please visit: esc-boston.com

All presentations, panels, and discussions taking place at ESC Boston will follow four specific conference tracks covering everything within embedded technology. The four conference tracks include Embedded Hardware Design & Verification, Embedded Software Design & Verification, Connected Devices & Internet of Things (IoT), and Advanced Technologies. New for 2017 is the Advanced Technologies conference track, which brings the future of technology front and center, covering trending topics such as VR, embedded speech, artificial intelligence, machine learning, smart cars, and more. Top Advanced Technologies sessions taking place at ESC Boston include:

“The promises of tomorrow are quickly becoming reality, thanks to embedded systems engineers,” said Suzanne Deffree, ESC Content Director & Editor in Chief of Design News. “AI, VR, autonomous vehicles, and the like offer not only new devices to consumers but new design opportunities to engineers. The ESC Advanced Technologies track is built to bring embedded systems designers what they need to know to move forward on…

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