Embedded Tech Trends 2015 opens, concentrates on electronics innovation

PHOENIX, 19 Jan. 2015. VITA Executive Director Jerry Gipper opened the annual Embedded Tech Trends (ETT) conference in Phoenix today with an overview of global electronics developments. Among them are: ubiquitious computing and the proliferation of digital devices, inexpensive digital storage, connectivity, and the “sensor-ization of technology,” or the trend of “putting sensors on everything.”

Financial logjam in aerospace embedded computing industry may break soon as fog of uncertainty and confusion lifts
Financial logjam in aerospace embedded computing industry may break soon as fog of uncertainty and confusion lifts

PHOENIX, 19 Jan. 2015. VITA Executive Director Jerry Gipper opened the annual Embedded Tech Trends (ETT) conference in Phoenix today with an overview of global electronics developments. Among them are: ubiquitious computing and the proliferation of digital devices, inexpensive digital storage, connectivity, and the “sensor-ization of technology,” or the trend of “putting sensors on everything.”

At the same time, “drones are kind of a big deal,” Gipper said, quoting USA Today’s coverage of Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2015 in Las Vegas. Gipper and his cohorts recall having seen hundreds of drones, also known as unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) at CES.

Stay tuned for more coverage of Embedded Tech Trends in Phoenix.

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