ESC-2016 - India the Next Embedded Systems Hub World
BENGALURU: In today’s world, success means knowing what’s next after what’s next. Innovation has been a key factor in the success of the electronic industry. Emerging trends and innovations that will set the tone for the embedded systems industry in 2017 and beyond was the outcome of the recently concluded Embedded Systems Conference (ESC) 2016.
ESC is the industry’s largest, most comprehensive technical conference for embedded systems professionals globally. With over 100 companies participating, and over 35 industry’s stalwarts interacting with the attendees, the conference provided a rare opportunity to uncover software design innovation, hardware breakthroughs, and current IoT trends.
The conference provided an active content driven platform in an innovative format with three parallel tracks for all three days driven by international gurus and experts presenting insightful sessions on the application of new strategies and the recent advances in the embedded system industry in India.
The buzz was surely around the IoT wave that’s going to make everything in our lives from streetlights to seaports ‘smart’. Rajat Mehra, Gemalto took the audience through new business opportunities with flexible licensing models in the IoT.
Walking the audience through Real Time programming with Linux, Bill Gatliff, Internationally recognized Embedded Systems Consultant, author, reviewer and an Expert in several Federal Civil Courts helped the audience with tricks and tips in Real Time programming with Linux, a session which was attended by many.
Methods for reducing time, cost, and complexity in the embedded development process were discussed by Robert Oshana, Director of Software Enablement for Digital Networking. Sethupathy Ramachandran of Robert Bosch Engineering and Business Solutions Ltd. highlighted on the key aspects of Automated Car Safety and loading driver’s preferred settings.
Decoding the Embedded Systems value chain for Indian Markets, N K Mohapatra, CEO, Electronics & Hardware Electronic Sector Skill Council of India, Sanjeev Keskar, Managing Director India, Arrow Electronics, and a few more business heads of the most promising embedded companies in India ideated on the paradigm shift, challenges and the milestones in the Indian embedded systems business roadmap.
The right code can rewrite history. Yogesh Mudras, MD, UBM India Pvt Ltd said, “The increasing economic growth of emerging nations like Brazil, Taiwan, China, Russia and particularly India are anticipated to adopt new technologies, which in turn, will drive industry growth. The increasing use of new system languages in products and devices, advancements in near-field communication and image recognition technologies is also likely to surge the growth of this sector. Also, acceptance of IoT as the next big thing for the future is anticipated to impact the industry growth positively.”
Evangelizing the dream of establishing ‘Brand India,’ that is recognized worldwide as a go-to destination for electronic products. Mohandas U, President, Consortium of Electronic Industries of Karnataka, “Through this platform we look forward to our members to bring out products/services and innovations to help shape the future of the ESDM market in the SME space and also be in tune with the Government of India’s ‘Make in India’ and ‘Digital India’ initiatives.”
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