New Bits & Chips event connects professionals in connected devices
19 & 20 november 2014 1931 Congrescentrum Brabanthallen, ’s-Hertogenbosch
- Closing keynote from Thales
- Special Astron session on the Square Kilometer Array
- Talks by Zigbee evangelist Cees Links and Bluetooth inventor Jaap Haartsen
- HTNL Award ceremony by High Tech NL
- Hands-on technical workshops
- Side event on security
Wednesday 19 and Thursday 20 November Techwatch organises the first edition of Bits&Chips Smart Systems. Combining the one-day events Bits&Chips Embedded Systems (since 2002) and the Bits&Chips Hardware Conference (since 2008), it brings together technical management, engineers and researchers in electronics, software and system development. The focus is on networked technical information systems, from smart pills to square kilometer arrays, from smart lighting to advanced diagnostic machinery.
On 19 November Bits&Chips Smart Systems offers hands-on workshops on a variety of technical topics concerning the multidisciplinary development of connected devices. In parallel there is a side event that focuses on the security aspects of these systems. Bits&Chips Security aims to bring together security professionals to share information about current security trends and technologies.
On 20 November Bits&Chips Smart Systems hosts a trade fair, where companies from Brainport and beyond present themselves and their solutions. The accompanying conference has an independent, high-quality programme, featuring a special session by Astron on the Square Kilometer Array, talks by Zigbee evangelist Cees Links and Bluetooth inventor Jaap Haartsen, the HTNL Award ceremony by High Tech NL and much more. Gerben Edelijn, CEO of Thales in the Netherlands, will deliver the closing keynote.
Bits&Chips Smart Systems is the place to be for the high tech industry in the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany. The event connects professionals in connected devices to learn about the latest technology trends, meet new people and refresh old relationships. Don’t miss out and mark your calendar for 19 and 20 November 2014.