Like most of you we’ll be in San Jose the first week in April to attend the EE Live! Conference and Expo. Before visiting the Lick Astronomical Observatory, stop by our booth (#1812) to learn about connected smart meters, Internet of Things (IoT) medical devices, and power management.
We’ll be presenting the following demonstrations at the booth all week:
- Connectivity with bluetooth for IoT. For more on embedded bluetooth connectivity, check out this web seminar that we did with nano blue in February on IoT connectivity: http://www.mentor.com/embedded-software/multimedia/internet-of-things–iot–connectivity-for-embedded-devices)
- Minimizing power consumption for handheld and battery-operated IoT devices. For more on power management, here’s a short demo of a Smart Energy In-Home Display: http://www.mentor.com/embedded-software/resources/overview/smart-energy-in-home-display-demo-running-on-nucleus-rtos-fdaf765c-9579-4255-952d-b18e7ab83f75
- Increasing system reliability with an intelligent next-gen RTOS. You might also be interested in this new white paper (also free), “Improving Embedded Reliability with Process Model RTOS” http://www.mentor.com/embedded-software/resources/overview/improving-embedded-systems-reliability-with-a-process-model-based-rtos-52720733-36b4-4518-a955-224b0efd4690
In addition to these demos, my colleague and fellow blog author Colin Walls will be giving a presentation on Tuesday at 2:15 on USB 3.0, and our own Chris Hallinan will be presenting his ever-popular Linux Fast Boot notes on Wednesday at 1:00.
For more detail on both of these events and demonstrations, click here to view our event page – http://www.mentor.com/embedded-software/events/ee-live – and if you’d like a preview of Chris’ Linux Fast Boot show, check out the web seminar he gave on this same concept earlier this year: http://www.mentor.com/embedded-software/multimedia/linux-fast-boot–techniques-for-aggressive-boot-time-reduction
I’ll be helping man the booth on Wednesday in between meetings, so stop by to say hello. See you in Silicon Valley.