Analog Devices' European Design Conference 2013 - dates announced

May 02, 2013 // By Julien Happich
Starting the series with two German editions in June, the new Design Conference aims to connect engineers with high-performance signal processing experts from ADI, Xilinx and MathWorks, over a content-rich technical agenda.

More dates will be announced to cover other European markets later in September-October. These one-day design conferences for analogue, mixed-signal and embedded systems engineers follow the company's "Analog Dialogue" Seminar series held across Europe in 2011 and 2012. "Based on the theme; “Discuss. Design. Deliver.,” the new ADI design conferences will bring together experts in high-performance analogue, field-programmable gate arrays (FPGA) and modeling tools to present complete signal chain and system-ready solutions for complex design challenges", explains Pascal Cerruti, director of marketing programs, EMEA, at Analog Devices.

"Engineers attending Design Conference 2013 will leave with practical knowledge and understanding of new products and solutions they can use in their designs. Experts from multiple engineering disciplines will lead the conferences and instruct engineers on advanced techniques of high-performance signal processing, reference designs and systems applications. The European Design Conference 2013 series will lay the emphasis on hands-on demonstrations and on topics relevant to regional challenges, like precision industrial and high-speed RF applications.“

You can view the agenda of our conference technical sessions, a related video and register for the European/German Design conference here.

More dates will be announced in September, October and November for additional ADI Design Conference editions in Germany, France, United Kingdom, Italy, Scandinavia, Eastern Europe and Israel.

Each day-long conference will include live demonstrations and 16 technical sessions addressing a wide range of technology areas and application solutions in industries such as aerospace and defence, high-speed RF communications, process control, motor control and instrumentation. The conferences are designed to highlight the latest technology and signal processing innovations as well as real-world system level reference applications and tools, showing how that technology can be rapidly applied within the broader ecosystem.

Conference highlights include technical sessions running throughout the day, delivered by the experts, live demo exhibition of ADI, partner and sponsor technology solutions and collaboration on complex ecosystems involving analog, FPGAs/embedded processing and software modeling tools

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