Annual Digital Electronics Developers Forum

The 4th Digital Electronics Developers Forum to be organized in 2014. See you at DEDF-2014.

Digital Electronics Developers Forum is a series of annual practical conferences, aimed at discussion of topical issues of using various technological solutions in digital electronics development.

The purpose of this conference is to unite leading digital electronics developers, and to create a unique and convenient platform for them to share experiences, communication, and collaboration in formulating new approaches to electronic engineering and development. Each year the conference is devoted to a particular technological application.

Engineers from all over CIS countries and throughout Europe are welcomed to participate in the forum. We are expecting to see participants from Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, and many other regions at this year's event. Future DEDF conferences are being scheduled for Moscow, Saint-Petersburg, and Kyiv. Experts from top-ranking companies that manufacture digital electronic components and produce electronic products will be co-organizers of these events.

In 2012 the topic of the conference will be the following: Systems-on-chip for multimedia and mobile devices (OS Linux and Android, chips from Texas Instruments and other vendors).

In 2011 the key topic of the conference was: Practical application of systems-on-chip in multimedia and mobile electronics. Examples of design based on Samsung mobile processors, Linux and Android platform.

In 2009 the topic of the conference was ADSP Application for Digital Electronics Design. This topic was chosen because Analog Devices products are currently in the highest demand among developers from CIS countries. The most popular of these are systems-on-chip with Blackfin kernel, digital signal processors in the ADSP-21xx family, SHARC, TigerSHARC, analog-digital converters, ADuC microcontrollers and MEMS sensors.