Out of more than 40 submissions the EIT ICT Labs Health & Wellbeing activity ‘Turn out, burn out: with the EIT ICT labs stress meter’ was selected for a presentation at the Bits&Chips 2013 Embedded Systems Conference that takes place on 7 November. Venue is the 1931 Congres centrum Brabanthallen, ‘s-Hertogenbosch. The focus of the presentation has to relate on co-development, embedded systems, and the technical aspects. Martin Ouwerkerk, Principal Scientist of Philips Research will give the presentation and represents the partners that co-operate in the EIT ICT Labs' action line Health & Wellbeing.
Bits&Chips Embedded Systems has a shining track record in the Netherlands as being the major forum for industrial and academic practitioners in embedded systems, with audiences ranging from managers to engineers as well as researchers. The past editions attracted more than 600 participants and some fifty high-tech companies and organisations.
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