Conference Overview


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ARM TechCon’s conference program is built to ignite understanding and innovation across the embedded systems industry, connecting thought leaders and professionals from around the country in order to push tomorrow’s industry today. It’s an unmatched opportunity to share ideas, gather insight, and discover inspiration for your next project.

Conference Hours

Tuesday, October 24:
8:30 am – 6:00 pm
Wednesday, October 25:
8:30 am – 5:30 pm
Thursday, October 26:
8:30 am – 5:30 pm

 Event-At-A-Glance  
 2016 Full Schedule

 

You can count on:

ICON_Education_70x70 70+ hours of expert-led education strengthening your industry knowledge with technical sessions, demos, panels, case studies, hands-on workshops, teardowns, and unrivaled ARM-based training.
ICON_Tracks_70x70 9 conference tracks delivering the specific answers you need—to questions you didn’t know you had—within the topics that matter most to you.
ICON_Speakers_70x70 140+ expert speakers offering unmatched perspective as they examine the ins and outs of products, techniques, innovations, and critical steps that matter to your career. 2016 Speaker lineup »
ICON_Attendees_70x70 4,500 attendees delivering the opportunity to make more face-to-face connections with peers who hold the solutions to your embedded challenges.
ICON_Exhibiting_70x70 115 exhibiting suppliers providing you with one destination to source all your embedded solutions. Expo access is included with your Conference Pass. 2016 Exhibitor directory »

 

2016 Conference tracks:

Click on each track below for more detail.

Embedded Software Development
As time-to-market pressures increase, the need to embrace and exploit productive, efficient and smart software development rises. Learn the latest techniques and technologies in debug, multicore software, Linux/Android operating systems, compilation tools, languages, methodologies, optimization, performance tuning and exception handling. See track sessions »
Internet of Things
The Internet of Things (IoT) is evolving into a vast system of small, single-purpose, low-power devices that must communicate reliably and efficiently. In the IoT track, learn about sensor fusion, the integration of big and small data, IFC, distributed analytics, communications protocols and the challenges of wearables systems design. See track sessions »
Networking, Infrastructure & Servers
The rise of big data has focused attention squarely on enterprise networking and servers, including those deployed in cloud infrastructure. In the Networking Infrastructure & Servers track, sessions will focus on how ARM technology-based systems and subsystems can be optimized-for-purpose, from networking, IFC, and HPC to storage server platforms, heterogeneous systems and open source systems. See track sessions »
Automotive, Industrial & Functional Safety
Nowhere has electronics design revolutionized product development more than in the automotive and industrial sectors. Get insight and instruction into some of the most interesting engineering challenges of today, including real-time signal processing, machinery control, embedded vision, functional safety and robotics. See track sessions »
Graphics
Graphics technologies are being adopted in new applications areas by engineering teams hungry for competitive edge. This ARM TechCon track focuses on the latest insights into mobile GPU, GPU compute, power efficient GPU and virtual reality technologies. See track sessions »
Silicon Design
The march to ultra-deep submicron nodes continues unabated, increasing engineering teams’ need for insights into design productivity so they can remain competitive. The Silicon Design track offers the latest information into verification, performance tuning, mixed-signal design, silicon debug, hardware acceleration, FPGA, bus and interconnect architectures and chip-to-chip design techniques. See track sessions »
Contextual Processing
Contemporary systems design requires engineering teams to consider where, how and why data is being processed to ensure maximum efficiency. The Contextual Processing track dives deeply into considerations for audio, embedded vision, sensor control, sensor fusion, interfacing, machine vision processing and relevant considerations for engineers. See track sessions »
High-Efficiency Systems
Efficiency was once the sole domain of mobile, battery-constrained systems. This is no longer the case, as energy-efficiency concerns span electronics systems from the cloud out to the edge nodes. The High-Efficiency Systems track will examine power-efficient software and hardware design, sub-volt silicon design, battery life maximization and energy harvesting.  See track sessions »
Trust & Security
Today’s design ecosystem is rooted in connection at all levels, but these new connections come with significant trust and security considerations. The Trust & Security track details the latest information on provisioning, authentication, encryption, trusted HW/SW, mobile payment, DRM, BYOD, virtualization, and secure boot technologies, among others. See track sessions »

 

Explore the conference

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Keynotes – Put yourself in the front row for inspirational presentations, held daily. Keep an eye out: More big names will be announced in the coming weeks. Keynote lineup »

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Speakers – ARM TechCon boasts some of the top names in the embedded hardware and software industries. Speaker lineup »

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Justification Toolkit
– You know you want in, but need to build your case? Here’s some help to convince the powers that be.

 

Want more?

ARM Training Days – Dig even deeper with the help of ARM’s leading engineers. We’re offering three focused, full-day training sessions that get you hands-on across critical embedded areas: mobile, hardware, and software. Each is a masterclass in embedded engineering and is hosted by an industry leader. Find out what’s covered in these sessions.

NEW! All-Access Pass – Grab all three ARM Training Days plus conference and expo access when you upgrade to an All-Access Pass. Single passes to ARM Training Days are limited, but an All-Access Pass guarantees you a seat at every event.