In exactly two weeks, the gates of Nuremberg Exhibition Centre will open up to accept visitors of Embedded World 2015 (February 24–26). For the fifth year in a row, MikroElektronika will participate as an exhibitor. We’re giving away three free tickets, read on for a chance to win.
Come and meet us at booth 524 in Hall 2. A lot has changed since last year. If you’ve been a regular visitor to our booth the first thing you’ll notice is a lot of new people – as always, in MikroE red shirts.
As you come closer you’ll see that the click board assembly takes up much more space because now there’s over a hundred of them. Interactive examples and product demos are a given. But this time with new tools.
Our FT90x solution is debuting at the exhibition. Be the first to see the tools that take advantage of some of the unique features of these 32-bit microcontrollers.
For a deeper overview walk over to FTDI Chip’s booth (Hall 4A Stand 328). Our Chief of Software Ivan will be there to explain and demo the FT90x tool-chain that includes both compilers and development boards.
There will be some compiler and clicker 2 giveaways at FTDI’s booth as well.
Speaking of giveaways, we have three tickets to spare. If you’re thinking about visiting Embedded World 2015, enter our draw for a chance to win one. All we ask in return is for you to answer five questions related to the overarching theme of this year’s conference – Internet of Things.
Of course even if you won’t be visiting Nuremberg this year, feel free to participate in the short survey to share your views, hopes and concerns regarding the Internet of Things.