Display technology company Intelligent Display Solutions (IDS) has announced that it has agreed to be a lead sponsor of this year”s UK Device Developers” Conference, an event for engineers and computer scientists working in the development of intelligent systems and devices.
The Conference is to take place in Reading, Cambridge, Manchester and Uphall (Scotland) during May and June 2015 and is expected to attract more than 300 senior hi-tech developers.
“We are very pleased to have support for our 2015 Conference from IDS,” said Richard Blackburn, conference manager. “They will bring a lot of knowledge and expertise to this event. It’s great to have such a respected company on board.”
IDS were established in 2001 by a team of display industry experts. Over time they have built up a great deal of knowledge about both the technical approach and the user interface approach to designing displays using LCD, TFT and OLED technologies for many applications. IDS have helped develop new displays, helping customers to enhance their products, with some even receiving awards for design and application.
“We are very pleased to be supporting the 2015 UK Device Developers’ Conference,” said Adrian Amor, director at IDS. “It’s proven to be a very useful event in the past. This Conference gives us an important opportunity to explain and demonstrate our new display and touchscreen technologies. It is also an important chance to meet with engineers to discuss their future requirements and challenges.”
The UK Device Developers’ Conference is an annual event that explores the new technologies and tools that are used in the development of microprocessor controlled systems and electronics. The aim of the event is to provide a productive forum whereby engineers can meet key industry experts from software, design tool and hardware vendors. The Conference includes a choice of half-day technical workshops, two streams of technical presentations and a vendor exhibition.
“The Device Developers’ Conference is very much about discovering and exploring new technologies, and the chance to meet with industry experts and fellow developers,” said Richard Blackburn. “We like to think that engineers walk away from this event with solutions to tricky problems, important new discoveries and plenty of new design ideas. Certainly we have had a lot of feedback, in this respect.”