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Robots to take over Silicon Valley April 20, 2010

Posted by emiliekopp in robot events.
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On April 26, the largest community of embedded systems designers, technologist, business leaders, and suppliers will
convene from all over the world at the 2010 Embedded Systems Conference (ESC) in San Jose, California. Any product that uses a processor requires some aspect of embedded design, so it’s no surprise this conference pulls in thousands of engineers working on the latest, greatest, future-forward solutions.

And it’s guaranteed to bring in some sophisticated robots.

NI is sending out their best humans and best robots to attend. From subsea robotic tuna fish, to interplanetary robotic manipulators on Mars, the NI staff will be featuring some it’s most-impressive robotic applications built with graphical system design technology. If you’re in or around the Silicon Valley area and you have even the slightest interest in robotic design, this conference is a must-see.

Here’s a close-up on the technical sessions the NI humans will be presenting:

If you’re thinking about attending this conference, visit the ESC website for registration info.

To check out NI’s crew, presentations and booth demos (including the Guitar-Hero-playing robot featured in the video below), you can visit ni.com/esc.

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