Join North America's Largest Embedded Systems Conference Series
Boston is booming. The area is home to America's second-largest embedded systems market behind Silicon Valley, and Embedded Systems Conference (ESC) Boston unites this thriving hub under one roof through industry education, sourcing, and networking. Back and bigger in its second year, ESC Boston connects you with even more software developers, hardware engineers, executives, and suppliers across the embedded systems space — so you can find faster, cheaper, and smarter solutions to your challenges.
Find Your Solutions
Connect with leading suppliers offering cutting-edge solutions, including microprocessors and microcontrollers, design tools, system boards, real-time operating systems, and firmware. Witness demos of technology yet to hit the market, and draw daily insight from keynotes and expo floor activities focused on the latest medical, sensor, IoT, and polymer technologies.
Deepen Your Knowledge
Pull ahead of the competition with a two-day, four-track conference focusing on the latest in embedded hardware, embedded software, connected devices and IoT, and — new this year — advanced intelligence. The conference includes tutorials, teardowns, and post-mortems, providing a variety of valuable perspectives on industry challenges.
Connect With Your Industry
In an increasingly digital world, face-to-face connections matter. Our networking activities will help you build relationships you simply can't forge on the phone. Engage with over 4,000 professionals from industry-leading companies through networking, roundtables, meetups, and happy hours — all in a relaxed environment over two days.
What Will You See?
Get face-to-face time with leading product and service providers in embedded systems technologies such as microprocessors, microcontrollers, design tools, firmware, testing and measurement, debugging, security, and SoCs.
Why Your Colleagues and Competitors Attend
"“This is the conference for developing technologies!"
"It's a great way to source competitive suppliers for some of the basic building blocks of product design."
"It was a well-attended event at a great location. A wide variety of vendors were represented."