Digital Electronics Developers Forum (DEDF-2012)
On March 30th Digital October hosted the annual Digital Electronics Developers Forum, DEDF-2012. The keynote theme of the event was “Systems-on-Chip in Multimedia and Portable Devices. Examples of Electronics Development Based on Linux and Android”.
DEDF is an annual digital electronics developers forum, its organizers are Promwad Innovation Company, electronic components distributor MT System and Texas Instruments.
DEDF-2012 target audience: digital electronics engineers and developers, technical experts, application experts, heads of development departments, technical directors of design centers, distributor companies and technological vendors.
As it was last year, DEDF was held as one-day conference with two sections (hardware and software). The participants examined the practice of introducing new technologies into electronics development, testing and manufacturing. The program included a presentation of examples of implemented products using:
- Linux, Windows Compact and Android based on chips by global vendors, including Texas Instruments (TI);
- specialized technologies for markets of multimedia, datacom, automotive and navigation electronics;
- digital signal processing.
Special attention was given to innovation projects in electronics development. Also, this year the forum included a master class "Porting Linux/Android to TI debuggers" which was held for the first time.
Traditionally, DEDF became a platform for live communication and experience exchange. Everyone could put their questions to representatives of leading companies in electronics (developers, distributors, manufacturers, etc.).
Program and other information about the forum are available at the official site dedf.promwad.com/en.