New European standards body to face the industry

17 April 2012

Alistair Winning
Alistair Winning

The newly formed European standards body – the Standardization Group for Embedded Technologies (SGet) – will be making its case to UK engineers at this year’s Embedded Masterclass.

The Masterclass is due to be held on 27 June 2012 in Cambridge.

The group, which was formed after Embedded World, will concentrate on developing and maintaining worldwide valid embedded computing specifications, to propel new embedded technology standardisation. The first working groups will be for the Q Seven computer-on-module specification and a dedicated Arm module. Under SGet, further groups are welcome to develop specifications.

Diamond Point’s Managing Director John Vaines will be at Embedded Masterclass to answer these questions and more from the electronics engineers attending. Vaines will be giving one of the main speeches during the conference.

So if you want further clarification of the aims and goals of the group, it is definitely worth taking a trip along to Cambridge for the event. Having attended a previous event myself, I can thoroughly recommend attending in order to take in the two-stream technical conference, half-day workshops and associated exhibition.

Embedded Masterclass will be held at the Menzies Hotel in Cambridge. For more details, go to:

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