Applications to be showcased at the Texas Instruments 2004 Developer Conference
DECEMBER 11--Texas Instruments Incorporated (Houston, TX) has announced the Texas Instruments Developer Conference, designed specifically for new and experienced designers, engineers, developers, project managers, and educators.
DECEMBER 11--Continuing to educate today's developers of signal-processing technologies, Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI; Houston, TX) has announced the Texas Instruments Developer Conference (TIDC), designed specifically for new and experienced designers, engineers, developers, project managers, and educators. This three-day event, scheduled for Feb. 18--20, 2004, will focus on learning through hands-on interaction with the latest technological advances in the high-performance analog and digital signal processing areas of video, imaging, control, telecom, audio, and security. It will also contain partner-specific sessions for university and third party attendees. For more details on the conference or to register, visit www.ti.com/tidc04mr.
Conference attendees will learn about complete system solutions and the latest in signal-processing design on topics such as high-performance analog, digital signal processing (DSP), and Digital Light Processing (DLP), through demonstrations, presentations, exhibits, hands-on workshops and networking activities. An enhanced feature of the conference is the Ask the Expert program, where attendees will have the opportunity to interact with more than 50 industry experts, who will share in-depth information to help solve design challenges.
Participants in the TIDC can see technology demonstrations from more than 60 companies, which offer solutions to meet developers' needs. Attendees can customize their own agenda by choosing from the following sessions: Solutions, Video/Imaging, Control, Audio, Security, and Hardware/Software tools.
On-line registration for the TI Developer Conference is now available, with an early registration discount of $500 off offered through January 16, 2004. For more information on the conference, specific sessions or to register, please visit the Web site.