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Our last stop on the road to embedded world ends at the embedded world Conference with a discussion between Embedded Computing Design's EVP, Rich Nass, and Axel Sikora, Chairman of the embedded world Conference.
On this episode of Embedded Insiders, special guest Dr. Jason Mars, associate professor of computer science at the University of Michigan joins ECD associate editor Tiera Oliver to explore how the next generation of engineers is being educated.
It seems a long time since the last Embedded World show took place in person – in fact, it’s been more than two years! So, we are very much looking forward to the return of this event in Nuremberg, Germany (June 21-23, 2022).
The embedded world Exhibition&Conference, and accompanying conferences, have been postponed until 21-23 June 2022.
During a recorded presentation from embedded world 2021, Rich and Brandon are joined by Technology Editor Curt Schwaderer, who doubles as Vice President of Engineering at intelligence and security provider Yaana Technologies. The three discuss how the tech industry in particular and connected organizations in general have transitioned from protecting devices from attacks to accepting they will be hacked and mitigating losses to modern threat intelligence and modeling strategies. They then look at this evolution through the lens of employees, who are handling and working with sensitive information and IP, working from home.
embedded world 2021 Conference Session - ACRN: Bridging Orchestrator and Hard Realtime Workload Consolidation - Press ReleaseFebruary 03, 2021
Nuremberg, Germany – On Monday, March 1st, 11:30am - 12pm CET, Intel’s Peter Fang will be presenting “ACRN: Bridging Orchestrator and Hard Realtime Workload Consolidation” at the first all-digital embedded world exhibition and conference.
Scottsdale, AZ – February 2nd, 2021 – embedded world, the largest global gathering of embedded designers, developers and technology companies, today announced a new partnership with Embedded Computing.