Boston, MD, (September 25, 2006)— InHand Electronics, Inc., a leader in handheld and wireless device platforms for OEMs, today announced at the Embedded Systems Conference a host of activities surrounding this year’s show and at InHand’s Booth #812. These activities include the announcement of an updated version of the Advanced Technology Platform – Monahans Platform Family, a series of new and unique customer demos and case studies, and four seminars being given at the show by InHand’s Director of Software Engineering.

Updated ATP – Better Wireless and Graphics
InHand’s ATP for Monahans Platform Family processors integrates the latest technologies in high-performance, low-power embedded computing. Improved ATP graphics and wireless interfaces will be demonstrated at the show.

New Customer Demos and Case Studies
Case studies and demos for several InHand customers will be displayed. A case study for Oceana’s submersible wrist-mounted PDA – which incorporates InHand’s low-power Fingertip3 platform with BatterySmart – details the rugged device’s use for special ops troops. Inovise’s Audicor 200 handheld medical instrument – based on InHand’s Elf3 platform with BatterySmart – is highlighted in another case study which shows how it is used by EMS professionals to quickly diagnose heart failure. Global Mobile Encryption’s CP-1000 will be demonstrated and is based on a customized InHand platform. The CP-1000 allows cellular telephone users to place secure encrypted calls anywhere in the world. ViaSat’s MIDS recorder will be demonstrated and is a ruggedized flight data recorder for use on fighter aircraft.

Classes on Real-Time Software Development
Dave Stewart, InHand’s Director of Software Engineering, will be teaching four classes at ESC this year. Classes 341 and 361 on Wednesday, September 27th at 2:00PM deal with measuring real-time performance. Classes 401 and 421 on Thursday, September 28th at 8:30AM cover the 25 most common mistakes in real-time software development.

About InHand Electronics, Inc.
InHand Electronics, Inc. is a leading provider of low-power embedded system-level software and hardware technologies to Original Equipment Manufacturers. InHand provides run-time power management software and hardware/software reference platforms to developers of handheld and wireless devices, such as cellular telephones, PDAs, wearable computers, and smart sensors. The company’s products are used in a variety of industries, including military, healthcare, entertainment, and instrumentation. InHand’s Fingertip, Elf, and BatterySmart products are built on industry-leading technologies such as Intel’s XScale technology and Linux and Microsoft’s Windows CE operating systems. The company’s headquarters are in Rockville, Maryland. For more information, please visit the company web site at

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