BLUETOOTH DEVELOPERS CONFERENCE, THE NORTH AMERICAN BLUETOOTH SPECIAL INTEREST GROUP (SIG) EVENT OF THE YEAR, TAKES PLACE IN SAN FRANCISCO DECEMBER 11-13, 2001
The Bluetooth Developers Conference, a Key3Studios event, will bring together a variety of users, including software developers, hardware engineers, product designers and corporate, aerospace, automotive and consumer electronics professionals with one common purpose: the creation of a world without wires. Attendees will get in-depth insight into the most critical issues facing the Bluetooth wireless technology community today: coexistence, security, market expectations and technological challenges. The Bluetooth Developers Conference was created to satisfy this complex demand for information, and is the only educational event of its kind - a technical Conference entirely devoted to the practical exchange of knowledge and instruction on Bluetooth wireless technology.
December 11-13, 2001
Moscone Center, San Francisco, Calif.
The Conference is open to everyone interested in Bluetooth wireless technology, including business decision makers and software and networking professionals. Industries that will be represented include aerospace, automotive, consumer electronics, communications, healthcare, computer hardware and software manufacturers, networking and silicon vendors.
The Conference program offers approximately 100 hours of informative sessions, including 70 individual sessions under five tracks, two general sessions, five interactive panels and three keynotes. More than 150 speakers cover all of this information.
Tuesday, December 11, 8:00 am-9:45 am
Stepping into the Wireless Future
Simon Ellis, Chair, Bluetooth SIG Marketing
Special Guests: Meet the participants of IEEE's 2001 Computer Society International Design Competition (CSIDC)
Wednesday, December 12, 8:30 am-9:30 am
The Evolving Marketplace: Real-World Tests, Trials, and Triumphs
Joyce Putscher, Director of Converging Markets and Technologies Research Group, Cahners In-Stat
Thursday, December 13, 8:30 am-9:30 am
The Connected Future: A Vision of Wireless Life
Ken Khangura, Chief Engineer of Fast Cycle Electrical/Electronic Products & Brand Subsystems in Research and Vehicle Technology, Ford Motor Company
3Com, Agere Systems, Ericsson, IBM, Intel, Microsoft, Motorola, Nokia, Toshiba
Agilent Technologies, Ericsson, IBM, Motorola, Philips, Toshiba
CATC, CSR, IVT, KC Technology, National Semiconductor, Nokia, Silicon Wave, Tality, Texas Instruments
Media/analyst registration for the Bluetooth Developers Conference is available online at www.bluetooth.com/devcon. For pre-show and on-site interview opportunities, please contact Kimberly Heaney at email@example.com. For Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) interview opportunities, please contact Gary Silcott at 1-512-320-9043 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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