Visit us at the Engineering Design Show next week.
11 – 12 October 2023 – Coventry Building Society Arena
JOIN US AT THE UK’S BIGGEST SHOW DEDICATED TO MECHANICAL, ELECTRONICS & EMBEDDED DESIGN
The Engineering Design Show (EDS) returns to The Coventry Building Society Arena next week. EDS has been showcasing the very best of mechanical, electronics and embedded design for over a decade. It is THE show for design engineers who are looking for direct access to the latest products, services and innovations available to the sector.
The Engineering Design Show (EDS) is a must-attend event for design engineers who want to discover the latest products, services and innovations in the sector. EDS has been running for over a decade, attracting thousands of visitors and exhibitors from across the country and beyond.
We had a wonderful time at EDS last year, meeting many of our customers and partners, making new connections and learning from industry experts. We are looking forward to another successful show this year, and we hope you will join us there.
Don’t miss this opportunity to network with fellow engineers, explore the latest trends and technologies, and get inspired by the best in the business. We can’t wait to see you at EDS 2023!
Wednesday, 11th October 2023
10:00 – 16:00
Thursday, 12th October 2023
10:00 – 16:00
Introducing the Sundance VCS³ – Probably the smallest Single Board Computer based on an AMD Zynq MPSoC
VCS³ – Probably the smallest Single Board Computer based on an AMD Zynq MPSoC.
Thursday 12th October 1:30pm – 2:15pm
Workshop Theatre 2
Over the course of the two-day event, visitors will have FREE access to sessions running across three conference theatres and two workshop theatres. Don’t miss out on 30+ sessions jam-packed full of the latest design innovation, education and inspiration.
Our own Flemming Christensen will be giving a workshop talk on our latest product – the exciting VCS³ – the smallest single board computer to harness the power of an AMD Zynq UltraScale+ FPGA. Measuring just 30mm x 50mm, this tiny workhorse can be placed almost anywhere, opening up the benefits of FPGAs to many more applications.
Flemming will be joined in this session by Aron Kisdi, Managing Director of Autodiscovery, a company providing a wide range of robot platforms. Aron will discuss the huge potential of FPGAs in robotics, AI for robotics and will present the Autodiscovery HEAD360, which stands for Holistic Equipment for Autonomous Driving.