T-Engine Forum is pleased to announce that it will hold 2014 TRON Symposium (in parallel with TRONSHOW exhibition) in Dec. 2014, this year. This Symposium will be held with technical co-sponsorship of IEEE Consumer Electronics Society (CES). The symposium will feature keynote, panel sessions, and paper presentation sessions. Call for papers is posted on this website. Due to popular demand, deadlines have been re-extended. We welcome submission of papers.
CAUTION about the numerical YEAR in the title:
TRON Project has been using the next numerical year as part of the generic name of the annual symposium and its accompanying exhibition for the last dozen years or so. So the event would have been named “TRONSHOW2015” if we had followed the old practice. But there is an IEEE internal preferred policy for using the numerical year in the title of the annually event which IEEE and its societies sponsor or co-sponsor. And it was implicitly assumed that the year is the year when the event is held. So it was decided that the symposium to be held in December 2014 is called 2014 TRON Symposium, and the accompanying exhibition is simply referred to as TRONSHOW without the next numerical year in the title to avoid confusion! 2014 TRON SYMPOSIUM (TRONSHOW 2015) would have been too confusing. Yes, TRONSHOW2014 (symposium and exhibition combined) was already held last year in 2013. We have decided to do away with the past naming practice. Please be aware of this year number issue when you read the web pages of TRONSHOW in the past.
will introduce an open standard development environment for real-time systems aimed at building ubiquitous computing environments where every object has a computer embedded in it and is connected to a network.
will introduce the OS (ITRON, T-Kernel) and middleware that are required for so-called embedded systems, development environments, application examples, etc. such as mobile information
The “Ubiquitous Computing” is finally becoming a reality. The aim is to establish basic technology that permits the automatic identification of “objects,” “places,” and “contexts” in order to realize ubiquitous computing environments. At the TRONSHOW, you will see the basic technology and experience the achievements of various feasibility study experiments and realworld applications.