The Embedded To Go event will offer technical presentations, information on newly launched technology, and access to Arrow’s sales and engineering teams.

Visitors can also register for one of 3,000 development boards that will be given away free of charge, starting today.

Arrow Embedded To Go will be accessible through a web browser on any desktop or laptop computer and on tablets and mobile phones. Visitors are required to register to gain access, with no costs involved.

Technical presentation webinars will be hosted by leading suppliers covering AI, IoT and Edge computing, precision measurement, high-performance computing, intelligent condition-based monitoring, and other technological subjects. Information will also be available in the form of videos and white papers on boards and applications. A dedicated search function will be available for easy access to the content on site.

A live chat facility will be available from 09:00 to 17:00 (CEST) each day to enable visitors to interact with Arrow’s engineering team on specific areas of interest. The team can provide advice and guidance on leading edge technologies, including microcontrollers, FPGAs, processors, sensors and wireless subsystems.

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