Picking up swag at the Embedded Systems Conference is a time-honored tradition, and we won't disappoint this year. When you attend EE Live! 2014's free expo in just two weeks, you can win prizes like $200 gift cards and iRobot Programmable Robots with your Tour Game Card. The conference returns March 31-April 3 at the San Jose McEnery Convention Center. Discounted passes and free expo passes are still available.
EE Live! is one of the biggest conferences that caters to the electronics engineering community. It provides plenty of opportunities to pick up new skills, learn about the latest trends and future challenges, and network with fellow professionals. Along with offering focused boot camps and events like the Embedded Systems Conference, EE Live! hosts a free expo that promises access to various educational sessions and more than 250 vendors.
When you attend EE Live! 2014's expo (April 1-3), make sure to pick up a Tour Game Card and visit the Expo Hall's Tour exhibitor boots. You will need to validate your card with all participating exhibitors and enter it at the EE Live! Tour drop box by the Fantastical Theatre of Engineering Innovation (Booth 1608) in the back of the Expo Hall to participate.
The prizes include $200 gift cards, Nest Learning Thermostats, Logitech 4000 headphones, 3Doodler 3D pens, and iRobot Programmable Robots. The grand prize is a Channel Master DVR and one All Access Pass to Designers of Things. The drawings will be held at the Fantastical Theatre of Engineering Innovation at 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday and Wednesday and at 1:00 p.m. on Thursday. Participants must be present to win and claim their prize. You can see the full rules and regulations here.
You can purchase an EE Live! 2014 All Access pass or register for a free expo pass at the event's official site. Make sure to follow updates about EE Live! sessions, programs, and announcements on the conference's social media accounts on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Google+.
EE Live! and the Embedded Systems Conference are owned by UBM Tech, which also owns EE Times.