Bits & Chips Event 2021
What began back in “the old days”, just after the switch to a new millennium, with the annual Dutch Embedded Systems Event, and saw its name and content change over the years, is now finally returning back to its roots! One could say, not a moment too soon, but given that the world has changed fast over these past 18 months, it looks like it is just in time to claim its place in the rally for real life events.
For Logic Technology, the timing of the Bits & Chips reunion could not be better; during the past 18 months, we moved our head quarters to a new office, developed an entirely new corporate identity and added new technologies and products to our portfolio to better service our customers for years to come. With a focus on accelerating product development whilst increasing reliability an security at the same time and ensuring compliance, we have a lot to talk about at the event!
So claim your ticket and make sure to stop by our booth to re-unite and re-engage with the new born Logic Technology!
14 October 2021
Bits&Chips focuses on news and trends in embedded systems, electronics, mechatronics and semiconductors.
Combining the one-day events Bits&Chips Embedded Systems (2002-2014), Bits&Chips Hardware Conference (2008-2014) and Bits&Chips Smart Systems (2014-2017), it brings together technical management, engineers and researchers in electronics, software and system development. The focus is on networked technical information systems, from smart pills to square kilometer arrays, from smart lighting to advanced diagnostic machinery.
- Starting and scaling in high tech
- Co-creating high-tech systems
- Innovating during and after corona
In Close Collaboration With ESI (TNO):
- Wouter Leibbrandt (ESI) on embedding systems engineering innovations into the high-tech industry
- René van Hees (Thales) on how “always on” must be designed into systems (of systems)
- Dennis Hendriks (ESI) on software behavior – change impact analysis and model learning
- Leonardo Barbini & Emile van Gerwen (ESI) on diagnosis and health assessment for zero unscheduled downtime