ESC around the corner, on the move

The next edition of Embedded Systems Conference (ESC) is just around the corner, slated for Sept. 15-18, 2003, in Boston’s Hynes Convention Center.


The next edition of Embedded Systems Conference (ESC) is just around the corner, slated for Sept. 15-18, 2003, in Boston's Hynes Convention Center.

"Retool with Intelligence" is the theme of the show that includes 78 classes and eight full-day tutorials for a smorgasbord of learning experiences for your toughest projects. Among the courses, 21 are new and 26 are updated. Industry exhibits from more than 120 companies will complement ESC Boston, highlighting technologies, products, and services for embedded control.

Hope to see you at ESC next week, in conjunction with Reed Electronics Group at booth 1326.

And don't forget the main ESC event will be even bigger next year with the integration of electronicaUSA with Embedded System Conference. The combined event will be held at the Moscone Center in San Francisco on March 29-April 2, 2004. Make plans to attend this expanded program of technology conferences and product exhibits.

—Frank J. Bartos, executive editor,

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