Microchip Technology announces registration opening for its annual India MASTERs Conference. This year, marking its thirteenth annual India MASTERs, the conference is all set to take place between 30 November and 2 December in Bangalore.
One can register online and get informed about the event through: www.microchip.com/im.
Kick-starting under the theme, “Inspire. Inform. Innovate.” – the innovative platform is sought to provide design engineers with a forum for sharing and exchanging technical information on Microchip’s large portfolio of products as well as being a design resource for using the products in applications.
The event will duly include comprehensive lectures and hands-on classes for engineers at every skill level – also multiple classes will purview on recently acquired Atmel products.
Engineers are known to choose from classes about Microchip’s products as well as general embedded design topics, including the following: connectivity sessions on Ethernet, TCP/IP, USB development and USB Type-C interface; CAN FD/LIN, in-vehicle networks development tools and wireless (e.g., Bluetooth and Wi-Fi technologies); Internet of Things (IoT), graphics solution and complete 1D, 2D touch and 3D gesture solutions; high-precision analog op amps applications and intelligent power supplies; firmware development; embedded Linux introduction; motor control; latest Microchip product introductions; Harmony ecosystem for PIC32 and using an RTOS; MPLAB Code Configurator (MCC); and introductions of AVR microcontrollers, Cortex M0+, SAM E70 Cortex-M7 and ARM® Cortex-A5-based microprocessor units (MPU) acquired from Atmel.
There are a total of 42 classes available, nineteen of which are hands-on workshops that enable attendees to learn more about specific applications by using development tools and writing code.
“We are very excited about the offerings at this year’s India MASTERs Conference,” said Ramesh Babu, Microchip’s sales manager in India. “The types of technical training courses offered at MASTERs are crucial in reducing development time for our customers. After the training, I am confident that engineers can walk out with everything they need to get up and running on their new design.”
Additional activities during the MASTERs conference include networking sessions between third-party partners and attendees to discuss relevant design topics, and meeting with third-party development tool experts. The “Ask the Experts” program allows attendees to ask Microchip engineers questions about design and development relating to any of Microchip’s products.
The “Third Party Bazaar” also showcases development tools that help decrease development time when using Microchip products. In addition, Microchip’s Keynote session will be held in the evening of day two. This conference also offers attendees a MPLAB XC Standard Compiler for free.
Registration & Pricing Information
Entry to the MASTERs Conference courses, all class materials and meals are included in the Conference attendance fee of Rs. 5,000. All participants will also receive a free MPLAB XC Standard Compiler, a Microchip backpack as well as a tool discount coupon.
The final registration deadline is 16 November.
Full details on all aspects of this MASTERs Conference can be found at http://www.microchip.com/im.
The first annual India MASTERs Conference was launched in 2003.