Modern Embedded Engineering: Where we are and our Exciting Future
|DATE:||Thursday, March 25, 2021|
|PLACE :||VIRTUAL (see below for directions)|
|TIME :||6:45 p.m – 7:00 p.m.. Sign-In|
|7:00 p.m. Presentation (45-60 min)|
ABOUT THE MEETING:
Nearly anyone today can feel like an embedded engineer. A plethora of new electronic systems are being developed by individuals outside of our profession. We enabled this new customer base, and it is flourishing. Though initially this trend could be viewed as concerning to professionals, I am excited by the prospects for the professional engineer. I predict embedded engineering will increase in importance as it continues to create leverage for all developers. Electronic systems will become even more important as the backbone of modern economies. In this keynote, I aim to describe the technical details which enabled this change to occur and explain the role of the modern embedded engineer in reducing integration complexity to attract new customers and traditional ones alike.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER:
Randall Restle has worked in embedded engineering for over 40 years as a developer and manager of embedded engineering teams. He started his career in late 1975 by applying microprocessors to electronic musical instruments like church organs and synthesizers at Baldwin Piano and Organ Co in Cincinnati. His career is split into three, nearly equal parts:
- As a customer embedding electronics into products,
- As an Applications Engineer helping customers adopt new electronic technologies, and
- As a Manager and Executive of teams of engineers doing these things.
His embedded experience is broad and holds patents spanning such fields as using software to demodulate Frequency Modulation (FM) radio broadcasts in real time to high speed packaging machine design.
He has presented at several technical sessions at Embedded World conferences in past years and other international technical conferences.
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