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New Englands Largest Embedded Systems Conference Returns!
Embedded Systems Conference (ESC) Boston is back! Its your once-a-year opportunity to explore the latest innovations, learn from renowned industry experts, and connect with the peers and partners that can advance your projects and your career. Get your free expo pass today for the nations largest embedded systems event.
PLUS! Use promo code KCK when you register to save 20% on an ESC Boston Conference pass. From embedded hardware/software to IoT and connected devices, get up to speed with the strategies and techniques that turn concepts into competitive products.
Top Suppliers, In-Depth Education, Unmatched Networking
Leading suppliers including Rhode & Schwarz, Green Hills Software, and Express Logic will showcase the latest in design tools, sensors, and more. Source everything needed to work faster, smarter, and cheaper.
Take your know-how to the next level with highly immersive education over two-days and four-tracks. Topics include embedded hardware/software, connected devices and IoT, and new technologies.
From casual chats on the floor to swapping tips at networking events, make new contacts, fast. Plus, get paired up with the suppliers you need most at the new Attendee-to-Exhibitor Matchmaking event!
Three Leading Shows. One Powerful Event.
Embedded Systems Conference (ESC) Boston takes place alongside Design & Manufacturing New England and BIOMEDevice Boston, to create one end-to-end advanced design and manufacturing showcase. More than 450 suppliers and 4,500 industry professionals on one show floor. Your expo pass gives you access to it all for free.
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