Edinburgh company takes the lead at hi-tech developers conference

Published: 20 April 2015

Edinburgh based technology company Abelon Systems has agreed to exhibit and make a presentation at The UK Device Developers’ Conference, to be held at The Macdonald Houstoun Hotel on 4th June.

Abelon Systems is an engineering company that designs and develops embedded systems for clients around the world.

Embedded systems is a term used to describe intelligent electronic systems and devices that include one or more microprocessors.

At the Conference Ian Smith, Managing Director at Abelon Systems will make a presentation that will explore the many design considerations when developing an embedded system for harsh environments, such as underwater.

“We are very pleased to have local company Abelon Systems as a part of this Scottish Conference,” said Richard Blackburn, Conference Manager. “Abelon really is a leader in this field, with a lot of real-world experience and industry knowledge. I feel sure that Ian’s presentation will prove popular, especially with engineers working in the energy sector.”

The UK Device Developers' Conference is a one-day conference for engineers and computer scientists involved in the development of intelligent systems and devices. It is an event that explores the very latest tools and technologies available and includes a vendor exhibition, half-day technical workshops and a series of informative technical presentations.

“The Device Developers’ Conference is an opportunity for electronic engineers and hi-tech developers to explore new technologies, learn new skills and discuss their current challenges with industry experts,” said Richard Blackburn. “We always strive to make it a relaxing and enjoyable forum for the exchange of ideas and knowledge, so that it proves a productive day for all the delegates and exhibitors.”

The Device Developers’ Conference is to take place in Reading, Cambridge, Warrington and Uphall during May and June 2015. The Conference, including the technical presentations, is free to engineers and technical project managers. A small charge is made for places on the half-day technical workshops.


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