New Delhi, India, July 14, 2014: Freescale Semiconductor (NYSE: FSL), a global leader in embedded processing solutions, plans to showcase innovative products including prototypes of Internet of Things (IoT) and wearable technologies at Freescale Technology Forum (FTF) India 2014 in Bengaluru from August 26-27 at Leela Palace. Freescale has opened the registrations for the ninth edition of the company’s annual event. Interested engineers and technology enthusiasts can register themselves at the link alongside- FTF India 2014.
The focus of the event will be on IoT and will provide an avenue for Freescale’s customers and partners to interact, learn and share the latest innovations in embedded design from around the world. FTF India 2014 will provide an opportunity for the design and engineering community to grow through quality relationships and acquired knowledge.
Satinder Sohi, India Country Director, Freescale Semiconductor India, said, “FTF is a global platform instituted by Freescale in 2005 to engage with engineers across the globe. After the recent successes of FTF events in the Americas and China, we are hopeful that FTF India 2014 will mirror these renowned events. We expect more than 1,400 design engineers, industry experts and ecosystem partners from across India to be a part of these two days of learning and networking. This year’s focus will be to showcase innovation on IoT that will drive futuristic smart devices, simplifying the way we live and work.”
FTF India 2014 will feature more than 75 hours of technical training sessions and over 60 interactive Technology Lab demonstrations in the fields of automotive, consumer, helathcare, industrial, networking, smart energy and software and design services. There are two categories of registration – regular and alumni – as well as an early discount, available for registrations by July 23.