Expanded Program. Deeper Technical Education.
ESC returns to Minneapolis with a fresh, in-depth educational program designed specifically for the needs of today's embedded systems professionals. With more tracks, new technical tutorials, and a host of top electrical engineering talent on stage, you'll get the specialized training you need to create competitive embedded products. Fill your notebook with insights, get hands-on in the classroom and on the expo floor, and speak directly to the engineers and developers who can help you work faster, cheaper, and smarter.
Roll up your sleeves and dive into the weeds with two days and four tracks focused on the latest in embedded hardware, embedded software, connected devices and IoT, and — new this year — advanced technologies. Unmatched in the Midwest, this year's expert-led program includes two- and four-hour tutorials, technical sessions, how-tos, panels, and postmortems to provide you with valuable insights on overcoming design, production, and security challenges.
Pull ahead of the competition and connect with the engineers and suppliers fueling the latest design strategies and products. Witness demos of embedded systems technologies, and draw daily insight from expo floor activities, networking events, and presentations focused on the latest in microprocessors, microcontrollers, design tools, system boards, real-time operating systems, sensors, IoT, firmware, and more.
Hours of Education
Embedded Systems Peers
Receive IEEE Certification by Attending the Conference
Access 5 Additional Expos. Connect With 5,500 Design & Manufacturing Minds.
ESC is part of the Midwest's largest advanced design and manufacturing event, showcasing a full spectrum of technologies serving the region's industry professionals.
What Your Peers Are Saying:
"Very well put together show. It was a great experience as well as educational."
Michael Videen, Metrologist, Precision Repair & Calibration
"It was a great way to survey the latest technologies and vendors."
Max Hinkley, Consultant, SafeCode
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