Rockville, MD (September 15, 2009) – Dr. Dave Stewart, Director of Software Engineering for InHand Electronics, a small size, low-power embedded systems provider for OEMs of ultra-mobile devices, will serve as a Track Chair at the Embedded Systems Conference (ESC) in Boston next week. This honor recognizes top experts in the embedded industry. The conference, which will take place Sept 21–24 at the Hynes Convention Center, will feature Dr. Stewart’s Real-Time Development track.
With 20 years experience in real-time development and an 11 year veteran presenter at ESC, Dr. Stewart is a respected embedded real-time authority. His popular class, Real-Time Design Guidelines and Rules of Thumb (Parts 1 and 2), will begin Wednesday Sept 23 at 3:30pm. The class will teach attendees how tom make good decisions quickly and how to design and implement software to avoid major mistakes when making quick decisions. The result: Getting application level software working faster and more effectively, including video streaming, control systems and high speed spending.
“I am pleased to be recognized by the embedded community as ESC track chair and look forward to presenting once again,” stated, Dr. Stewart. “As track chair I am excited about the focus on the overall importance of real-time development. Attendees will learn that by employing real-time rules of thumb and avoiding pitfalls, they can zero in on the best solution to meet customer needs and create reliable systems quickly and effectively.”
InHand and Dr. Stewart will be present at booth 1020 at the ESC Expo, Sept 22 & 23.
InHand Electronics, Inc. is a leading provider of small form factor embedded systems to OEMs needing a high performance, low-power solution for wireless and handheld mobile devices. InHand provides its patented BatterySmart dynamic power management software and hardware platforms to developers of handheld and wireless devices, such as PDAs, UMPCs, MIDs, wearable computers, industrial computers and smart sensors. InHand’s products utilize Windows CE, Windows XPe, Windows Mobile and Linux operating systems running on Intel Atom and Marvell’s Intel XScale processors. The company’s headquarters are located along the I-270 Technology Corridor in Rockville, Maryland. For more information please visit www.inhand.com.