RS Components is to host a series of one-day seminars in conjunction with Microchip Technology. Designed to provide electronics engineers with the tools and knowledge required to control 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 expert 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.
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).
Sessions will be held on the following dates:
• May 8th – Milan, Italy
• May 10th – Rome, Italy
• May 15th – Corby, UK
• May 17th – Oxford, UK
• June 7th – Paris, France
To register for a one-day seminar organised by RS and Microchip, head over to rswww.com/microchipseminars