The ARM TechCon 2015 has sent out the call for technical paper and panel proposals. The conference will be held over three days at the Santa Clara Convention Centre starting on November 10. As with previous years, the event will focus on bringing together the hardware and software communities to encourage collaboration to enable quicker time to market and optimisation of ARM-based embedded product designs.
Proposals for ARM TechCon 2015 should be submitted through the electronic portal by the June 8th, and can be about a variety of different topics from wearables to cars. With an offering of informational services from demonstrations to technical tracks, engineers, hackers, chip designers and C-Level execs from across the world will be able to gain industry insight from a range of leading companies and ground-breaking start-ups.
This year proposals on the following topics are suggested (many of which seem to overlap): Embedded, Networking Infrastructure/Servers, Internet of Things, Automotive/Embedded Vision, Mobile/Connectivity, Wearables/Sensors, and Tools & Implementation. Full descriptions and a full list of the sample topics can be found here.
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