RS to host Microchip seminars on controlling the cost of electronics design

Sessions will focus on practical information and advice on how to reduce development time, the re-use of software and tools, and how to design up or down as requirements change. Microchip”s staff will lead discussions and demonstrations on how to apply these principles to a project design. Other topics will include the latest technologies in low power, human interface and connectivity.

Dates and locations:

May 8th – Milan, Italy

May 10th – Rome, Italy

May 15th – Corby, UK

May 17th – Oxford, UK

June 7th – Paris, France

The registration fee for each one-day seminar is €50, with attendees receiving a free PICkit 3 programmer and development board. The PICkit 3 allows debugging and programming of Microchip’s PIC and dsPIC Flash microcontrollers using the powerful graphical user interface of the MPLAB Integrated Development Environment (IDE).

To register for a one-day seminar organised by RS and Microchip, visit: rswww.com/microchipseminars

Fred Knowles, Head of Product Management, Electronics at RS Components said, “Today’s engineers are under increasing pressure to complete their designs quickly while keeping costs to a minimum to remain competitive. These seminars have been developed in conjunction with Microchip to bring engineers together with technical experts from a leading technology provider to help them in their task of creating successful and cost-efficient designs.”

Commenting Mike McGlade, Sales Channel Manager, Catalogue & Retail at Microchip, said: “A key element in our mission is enabling engineers to maximise the innovation inherent in their designs, while also allowing them to meet increasing time-to-market demands and within strict cost constraints. One of the fundamental ways in which we can realise this ambition, and also reach out to designers in a wide range of important markets, is to work closely with partners such as RS Components.”

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