Conference Keynote


Tyson Tuttle, Silicon Labs
Engineering the IoT: An RF Expert’s View on Technology Trends and Challenges


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embedded world Conference 2015

24.-26.2.2015, Nuremberg, Germany


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embedded world Conference on-site registration will be open from Tuesday at 8:00 a.m.

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We are the Internet of Things – that's the leitmotif of the embedded world Conference 2015 in Nuremberg. You will experience the 13th edition of the embedded world Conference self-confident and optimistic, as it is like no other event world-wide THE meeting point of the embedded systems community. It is where embedded hardware developers, software engineers, system architects and technical project managers rub their shoulders to anticipate the next milestones of IoT.

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Conference Keynote 2015:

The embedded world Conference starts with a highlight on the very first day:
Tyson Tuttle, CEO Silicon Labs, will open the conference with his keynote "Engineering the IoT: An RF Expert’s View on Technology Trends and Challenges" on 24 February 2015 at 1:30 p.m.

With more than 20 years of electrical engineering experience, Tyson Tuttle has a deep understanding of mixed-signal circuit design and RF in CMOS technology.

The Conference Keynote is open for all attendees, visitors and exhibitors!


embedded world Conference 2015 Highlights:

Keynote on 25 February:
"Heterogeneous Computing for an Internet of Things World" with Scott Aylor, AMD

Keynote on 26 February:
"Delivering End-to-End Intelligence for the Internet of Things" with Gareth Noyes, Wind River

At the embedded world Conference, no marketing but firsthand know-how as well as advice and tips from moren than 200 internationel experts covering all aspects of Embedded Systems development are setting the tone.

The combination of 15 classes and 25 sessions over three days enables you as a conference attendee to take home a maximum of know-how. Therefore, the embedded world Conference consequently focuses on major themes that are of significance for the entire embedded community today or in the near future.

The Conference language is English.