Atmel Expands ARM926-based MCU Family

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Atmel and Arduino Collaborate on AVR and ARM-based Development Platforms

See the latest platforms based on Atmel products in the Atmel-sponsored Arduino Pavilion located in Queens, New York, September 17 and 18 Listen to Atmel Open Source Community Manager Eric Weddington present “Open Source AVR Toolchain Past, Present and Future” at 2:00 pm PT on September 17 and 18 in the ‘Make Live Stage’ at the Maker Faire

Embedded Live 2010 is live!

Time has flown and Tuesday October 19 has arrived, which means Embedded Live has started, in Conference form! The Exhibition kicks off tomorrow, of course, and continues on Thursday, running parallel with the Conference. We will be tweeting and filming and live blogging and walking and talking from the show floor tomorrow, courtesy of the CoverItLive live blogging tool.

Optimizing Linux Applications on ARM Processors

I highlighted the Cortex-M4 Development tool seminar yesterday, but there is another session added to the ARM Connected Community programme: Optimizing Linux Applications on ARM Processors It will be run by both John Bernard (Global Marketing, Canonical) and Mark Onions (Director of Marketing, ARM), and last 60 minutes. The date to note is Wednesday 20th October, 3.30pm – 4.30pm

Embedded Software Design – Meet the experts and share their insights

One of the highlights of Embedded Live , on the Wednesday, is sure to be the Meet The Experts panel debate, on Embedded Software Design The moderator, ensuring fair play, will be Colin Holland of EE Times , and the panelists comprise: • Robert Berger, Embedded Software Specialist, Reliable Embedded Systems • Max Domeika, Software Engineer, Intel • Frank van den Berg, Technical Director EMEA, Green Hills Software Topics may include, but are not limited to: • Migrating to a Third-Party Operating System – to discuss the changes a design team will need to make to adapt their existing software and design flow to employ a third-party OS. Amazingly, about half of embedded designs have not done this yet.

Queen's Award winner to give keynote at Embedded Live

In April Cambridge-based smart metering specialist Sentec has been given a Queen’s Award for Enterprise in recognition of its growth over the last three years, during which the company more than trebled its overseas earnings to £4.3m. Clifford Dive, business development director at Sentec, will present a keynote presentation on Thursday October 21 at Embedded Live , which takes place at Earls Court, London

Hunting Easter Eggs and Robot Tag – Intermediate robot challenges

We have flagged the Roboteers Programme featuring at Embedded Live and drilled down into details of the Basic Level challenges – “sprint to the edge”, remember the journey” and “dancing robot” – but what of the challenges for the more thoughtful and skilled robots? Basically, there are three challenges facing the Intermediate -level robots: “Hunt the ‘Easter egg'”; “Dancing Robot”; and “Robot Tag”