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Renesas Electronics Announces Program for 2010 Developers' Conference

Fri, 08/20/2010 - 6:58am
SANTA CLARA, Calif., -- Renesas Electronics has published the schedule for its 2010 Developers' Conference (DevCon) being held in Orange County, California, October 11-14. The four-day technology event offers hands-on labs and lectures led by embedded systems experts from Renesas Electronics and its technology partners, as well as panel discussions and product demonstrations.

Guest speaker, James B. Meigs, editor-in-chief of Popular Mechanics, will explore in his presentation, "The Coming Age of Ubiquitous Information," how emerging technologies will continue to change daily life - from crash-proof cars to a crash-proof smart power grid.

Offering 120 sessions spanning the embedded technology spectrum, topics include automotive, motor control, human machine interface (HMI), computer architectures, operating systems, connectivity, security and emerging display technologies. These technical deep-dives will provide system designers with practical information for implementation in their real-world engineering projects.

Complete program details can be found at http://www.renesasdevcon.com/media/DevCon_2010_Sessions.pdf.

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