MEET SOME OF OUR 2021 SPEAKERS

MIKROE

Time is the concept behind everything that MIKROE does: including dev boards, compilers and development environments. Through the use of low-cost development tools based on industry standards, engineers can save months of development time and huge amounts of investment. They can also free themselves from being limited to one particular microcontroller or peripheral set.

Neb Matic, CEO of MikroElektronika (MIKROE) will be speaking at this year's Engineering Design Show on the concept behind the SiBRAIN MCU standard that enables embedded designers to try out different MCUs in a prototype system without having to invest in expensive hardware or learn new tools. Find out more here

PENTEST PARTNERS

Ken Munro is a Partner at Pen Test Partners who are in essence ethical hackers. Pen Test Partners help to make security better for organisations.

Smart EV chargers bring plenty of benefits, but poor security oversight as resulted in multiple popular brands having major security flaws that allow a hacker to prevent charging, or worse.

Some public charging networks have also been shown to have flaws, potentially resulting in the destabilising of our power grids.

At this year's Engineering Design Show, Ken will review the security issues, how they happened and how to prevent similar problems from occurring in your smart products. Finally, we’ll review emerging legislation that makes cyber security mandatory in smart products in some markets. Find out more here.

Powell Electronics

Robert Webber is a European Application Engineer for Powell Electronics.

Powell Electronics is a design consultancy and distribution company representing a diverse range of solutions from multiple manufacturers. Robert will be leading a workshop at this year's Engineering Design Show, find out more here.

Siemens Digital Industries

Saad Waqar, Business Development Manager at Siemens Digital Industries tell us more about what you can expect from his presentation at The Engineering Design Show.


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Scal3d

Bob Bradley is Technical Director of Scal3d. Scal3d have developed a new type of thermoplastic deposition additive manufacturing technology which means they can 3d print objects of metres in size.

Bob will be speaking at this year's Engineering Design Show on the Chameleon that was designed and manufactured by our company Scaled during 2020. Find out more here.

THE MTC

Alice Wise, Research Engineer at The Manufacturing Technology Centre discusses how The MTC works with a number of academic and industrial partners to support businesses in realising their manufacturing potential.

Alice will be speaking at this year's Engineering Design Show (19-20 October 2021 | Coventry Building Society Arena) on additive manufacturing with colour, find out more here.