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Embedded MasterClass Conference Schedule in Cambridge, UK

Embeded MasterClass will take place in Cambridge on the 5th of October 2011. This conference will give you the chance to meet with embedded systems engineers from many of the world’s leading vendors and you’ll be able to attend presentations and workshops free of charge.

Here’s the presentations’ schedule for the event:

Time Stream 1 Stream 2
8.30 – 9.30 Tea/Coffee – Meet the Exhibitors
9.30 – 10.15 1: Leveraging the Performance of Intel® Architectures in low power, fan-less solutions with the latest Intel® Atom™ processor-based platform.

Regis Cheval CEng MIET, Intel® Atom™ Platform Application Engineer – Intel

10.30 – 11.15 2: Proving your code quality.

Barry Lock – Lauterbach

3: Developing reliable embedded systems using COTS and custom processors.

Michael Pont, CEO – TTE Systems

11.15 – 11.45 Coffee and Exhibition
11.45 – 12.30 4: Strategic Research Agenda.

Helen Finch – Artemis and Infineon

5: Safely from Conception to Completion.

Chris Hills – Phaedrus Systems Ltd

2.30 – 13.30 Lunch and Exhibition
13.30 – 14.15 6: Advantages of Reconfigurable Embedded System Architectures and Interconnect Topologies.

Simon George, Embedded Specialist: Northern Europe, France, BeNeLux & Israel – Xilinx

7: An embedded hypervisor, what use is it to me?

Julian Day – Green Hills Software

14.30 – 15.15 8: Multi-core Programming in Embedded Systems.

Niall Cooling – Feabhas Ltd

9: Single mode Bluetooth Low Energy.

Robin Heydon – Cambridge Silicon Radio

15.15 – 15.45 Coffee and Exhibition
15.45 – 16.30 10: Debugging in the power domain.

Franck Vancoellie – IAR Systems EMEA

11: Open Source in Embedded System Development.

Dr Jeremy Bennett – Embecosm

16.30 – 17.00 12: Embedded development in parallel universes – with Alternate Realities, Time Travel, X-ray vision, and Teleportation at your hand.

Mikael Bergqvist Ph.D, Simics Technical Account Manager – Wind River

13: Five Golden Rules for Embedded System Prototyping.

Ian Bell , Market Development Manager- National Instruments

And the schedule for the 6 workshops:

Time Stream 1 Stream 2 Stream 3
10.30 – 12.30 Multi-Core, Multi-Embedded Operating System Hands-On Session

Stuart Gray, Global Alliances Systems Architect – Wind River

ISO 26262 – the new automotive standard for functional safety

Dr David Ward, Head of Functional Safety
MIRA Limited

Building an Intel® Atom™ based embedded systems

Regis Cheval CEng MIET, Intel® Atom™ Platform Application Engineer
Intel

14.30 – 16.30 Microsoft Embedded
Compact 7

William White, Technical Director
Direct Insight

NI CompactRIO FPGA and Real-Time Hands-on Workshop

Gordana Collier CEng MIET, Principal Lecturer, Course Director MSc Mechatronic Systems, Faculty of Engineering,
Kingston University

Tristan Jones MEeng MIET, Technical Marketing Team Leader
National Instruments UK & Ireland

Practical techniques for developing safety-related and safety-critical embedded systems

Michael J Pont, Chief Executive
TTE Systems Limited

They are all interesting sessions, but the Intel workshop will be particularly interesting to those who want to better understand UEFI as they will build an embedded system based on Intel Atom E6xx Processor, Intel Boot Loader Development Kit and a Linux distribution.

Registration is free, but seat are limited.  Further information is available at http://delegates.embedded-masterclass.com/

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