Join ATS at the Real-Time Embedded Computing Conference

ATS will be among fellow industry leaders, at the Real-Time Embedded Computing Conference this May 7th and May 9th, 2012. Attendees will learn whats on the cutting-edge in the Embedded Computing industry and talk with fellow industry leaders about emerging technology, products, and services available in the market.
To get excited for the conference, we are giving away a white paper, originally published in Qpedia Thermal eMagazine, titled “Device Thermal Coupling on a PCB”. Download your copy for free.
Learn More about the Real-Time Embedded Computing Conference:
May 7 in Nashua, NH
Luncheon Keynote:
“Ten Technology Trends That Revamp the ‘System’ Definition”
presented by Jeff Child, Editor in Chief, COTS Journal

Embedding computing and electronics technology has reached a new era where the definition of “system” is changing. Technology integration has shifted the level of functionally on the chip, board and box-level. And interconnects between those new “system” blocks constantly have to keep up. Today’s new levels of compute density, functionality and networking available is opening up new options for defense, industrial control, medical systems and many other applications. Highly integrated FPGAs, comprehensive software development tools, high-speed fabric interconnects and turn-key box level systems are just a few of players in this story of the embedded system evolution. In this keynote, Jeff Child, Editor-in-Chief of COTS Journal, explores the top 10 trends that underlie this changing definition of what a “system” is.

May 9 in Boston, MA
“Sustainable Business in Unsustainable Times …”
presented by James B. Doyle, President and CEO of ECM RF,
and former Congressional Affairs Liaison
This talk will explore some of the changes occurring today that will impact business models for the future, not just changes in the global economy or government policy, but how the environment and disruptive technology is a game changer to the way we used to do business. There is tremendous opportunity for business in the next decade and beyond if you understand and can appreciate the speed of changes that are occurring in the environments around you. Technology coupled with knowledge holds the key to sustainable business success.
“The Evolving Role of M2M in Intelligent Systems and the Internet of Things: A Multi-perspective Panel Discussion”

When the topic of machine-to-machine (M2M) first began, it was narrower than it is today and spanned just a few markets. We’re no longer talking about connecting just a few systems on a factory floor for work-flow optimization. Rather, today it is a matter of connecting devices and people across the globe and across many functions and even the consumers. This means that how M2M is implemented has had to evolve and has to have built in flexibility to be able to enable the yet-to-come connectivity demands. Each of the panelists for this discussion brings knowledge about where M2M has been and where it has yet to go to keep pace with the growing scope of the Internet of Things (IoT).

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