Embedded European Tour Visit in Denmark | 20. nov. på ITU

Embedded European Tour Visit in Denmark | 20. nov. på ITU

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… en hel dag med Robotter og Embedded udvikling for studerende, undervisere og entusiaster!

Tilmelding
Mens jeg sider og brygger på den endelige agenda, for at få minuttallene til at passe, kan du selvfølelig tilmelde dig her.

Ikke bare Microsoft
Uddannelse handler om mere end Microsoft så derfor har jeg inviteret en masse andre! Du kan, udover Microsoft, bl.a. møde: Lego, RoboCluster, DTU RoboCup og ITU, som alle vil havde en standplads i IT- universitetets forhal. Du har derfor hele dagen rig mulighed for at komme i dialog med talere og firmaer og på den måde udvide dit netværk!

 

 

Agenda (foreløbig)
… enkelte minuttal og rækkefølgen kan ændres, men start/slut tidspunkt står fast!

08.30 – 9.00

Registration and Expo Area opens

09.00 – 9.05

Welcome, by Martin Esmann

9.05 – 10.05

Opening Keynote: Windows-Based Connected Devices in the Real World, by Dave Baker

10.05 – 10.35

DTU RoboCup

10.35 – 10.45

Microsoft’s Commitment to Academia, by Martin Esmann

10.45 – 11.00

Coffee Break/Expo Area

11.00 – 12.00

“Small is Beautiful” Building Solutions with the .NET Micro Framework
by Rob Miles

12.00 – 12.40

Launch Break/Expo Area

12.40 – 13.45

The Ongoing Democratization of Robotics Development
by Paul Foster

13.45 – 14.00

Coffee Break/Expo Area

14.00 – 14.30

Lego, by Flemming Bundgaard

14:30 – 14.40

Closing, by Martin Esmann

14.40 – 16.00

Visit the Expo Area
Lego, DTU RoboCup, RoboCluster, IT- uni. and Microsoft

Talere
Rob Miles, www.robmiles.com
Dave Baker, Microsoft, http://blogs.msdn.com/davbaker/
Poul Foster, Microsoft, http://wotudo.net
Flemming Bundgaard, Lego, http://lego.com
Ikke fastlagt, RoboCluster, http://www.robocluster.dk/
Ikke fastlagt, DTU RoboCup, http://www.dtu.dk/subsites/robocup.aspx

Mere om sessionerne:

Windows-Based Connected Devices in the Real World
Windows-based operating system technology is being deployed in the broadest and most demanding of environments, and is at the forefront of providing a solid foundation for the next generation of connected embedded and robotic devices. Microsoft Windows Embedded and Microsoft Robotics Developer Studio products are designed to help you build highly customized and flexible device designs with easy-to-use development tools. This introductory session will give you a high-level overview of Microsoft’s Connected Devices and Robotics strategies and the role each plays in the embedded market space with real-life examples.

Microsoft’s Commitment to Academia
Microsoft works in partnership to advance the cause of education around the globe helping students achieve their dreams, empowering educators to inspire, and supporting academic institutions striving for academic and research excellence. In this session you’ll discover just some of the resources available for students and faculty interested in taking the next step with Embedded and Robotics development.

"Small is Beautiful" Building Solutions with the .NET Micro Framework  
The .NET Micro Framework lets you develop for tiny, inexpensive, and tightly resource-constrained devices, requiring only a few hundred kilobytes of RAM and a low cost processor. In this demo packed session you’ll learn how easy it is to create and debug embedded applications, build custom emulators and deploy solutions to a variety of devices, using the Visual Studio development tools, the .NET object model, and C#. See working solutions and learn tips, tricks, and traps based on real-world, hands-on experience building embedded solutions with the .NET Micro Framework.

The Ongoing Democratisation of Robotics Development
Have you seen Microsoft Robotics Developer Studio 2008 (MSRDS) in action? In this demonstration-rich session you’ll be presented with MSRDS concepts before diving into the runtime modules: DSS (Decentralized Software Services) and CCR (Concurrency and Coordination Runtime). You’ll also see which tools can be used and how: Visual Programming Language, Visual Simulation Environment, and Visual Studio. To show you just how easily you can build a robotics application, you’ll see real robots in action and discover how you can run Microsoft Robotics Developer Studio on a range of Windows based devices.
Jeg glæder mig til at se dig og håber at du vil benytte dig af denne fantastiske mulighed for at blive klogere på robotter, Embedded udvikling og jobmulighederne på Microsofts og andre platforme!

Jeg glæder mig til at se dig og håber at du vil benytte dig af denne fantastiske mulighed for at blive klogere på robotter, Embedded udvikling og jobmulighederne på Microsofts og andre platforme!

Martin Esmann
Academic Developer Evangelist,
Developer & Platform Strategy
Microsoft Denmark

 

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