All About Circuits Opens Registration for Industry’s Largest Virtual Trade Show

August 12, 2020 by Hannah DeTavis

All About Circuits is hosting its first digital expo—marked by 50+ interactive live sessions with industry experts, a flood of new educational content, and 100 giveaway prizes.

In a year rife with cancelations and rescheduling, All About Circuits is bringing the energy of an electronics expo to our community members' homes. From August 31st to September 4th, AAC will become a virtual show floor to titans of the electronic design industry.

The event—Industry Tech Days (ITD)—is the largest digital trade show and conference for electrical engineers worldwide. As with all of the content on our site, the keynote presentations, live sessions, articles, whitepapers, and videos are all free and accessible to virtual conference-goers.



Registration is now open for Industry Tech Days. The sign-up process only requires registrants to specify their occupation and product/industry interests (along with basic contact information) to access hundreds of pages of technical resources during the five-day event.


Get the Full Networking Experience of an Expo

Industry Tech Days is designed to promote networking experiences among thousands of attendees, exhibitors, and speakers—without the public health risks of large in-person gatherings. During live sessions, participants can reach out to leading talent in the electrical engineering space—both speakers and fellow attendees—through real-time chat windows.

Just as a conference-goer might peruse an expo floor for interesting booths, product showcases, and relevant sessions, registrants can tailor their ITD experience to their schedules and interests.


The week-long ITD schedule is now live

The week-long ITD schedule is now live. Users can click the calendar icon to add the live session to their personal calendars. 

For instance, participants can get a feel for up-and-coming innovations in the industry by visiting the "Events Page." Or, if a digital attendee's interest is piqued by a session description, he or she can hop in on a live session. Registrants will have on-demand access to webinar recordings if they are unable to attend an interactive live session.


Schedule of Keynote Speakers

Each day will kick off with a live keynote presentation on pressing industry trends, headed by the following leaders and professionals. Register now to add these live sessions to your personal calendar using the links below:


Richard Barry, Senior Principal Engineer at Amazon Web Services & Founder of FreeRTOS

“Real-Time Edge Processing: Get to Market Faster with Future Proofed Designs”

Monday, 8/31 – 8:00 a.m. EST


Richard Barry


Anant Agarwal, Founder & CEO of edX & MIT Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

“Why Open Online Courses Are the Future of Engineering Education”

Tuesday, 9/1—8:00 a.m. EST


Anant Agarwal


Lucas di Grassi, CEO of Roborace & FIA Formula-E World Champion for Audi Sport

“How Motorsports is Accelerating Product Development for Next-Gen Automotive Applications”

Wednesday, 9/2—8:00 a.m. EST 


Lucas di Grassi

Dev Singh, Senior Director of Business Development & Head of Autonomous Robotics, Drones, and Intelligent Machines at Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.

“Leveraging 5G, AI, and Heterogeneous Computing for Autonomous Robotics”

Thursday, 9/3 – 12:00 p.m. EST 


Dev Singh


Electronics Distributor Expert Panel Discussion

with Mark Burr-Lonnon, Senior Vice President of Global Service & EMEA and APAC Business at Mouser Electronics, and Dave Doherty, President & Chief Operating Officer at Digi-Key Electronics

“The Emergence of the Virtual Supply Chain in a COVID-19 World”

Friday, 9/4 – 8:00 a.m. EST


Mark Burr-Lonnon    Dave Doherty



Live Q&A Sessions

Following each keynote presentation and live session, AAC community members have the chance to interact with the speaker directly via moderated chats. This is your opportunity to ask follow-up questions and find out how some of the big-picture trends apply to details of circuit design (or other specificities of your work as an electrical engineer).

You can check out the descriptions of each keynote presentation to come prepared with questions or drop them in the comment section as they occur to you.


A Flood of New Content on All About Circuits

In addition to the five keynote presentations from OEMs, suppliers, and distributors, you can also attend more than 45 live sessions and on-demand webinars. These virtual face-to-face talks put you in touch with leading professionals from more than 30 prominent suppliers in the engineering community.


Companies to participate in Industry Tech Days

Some of the leading companies in the semiconductor sphere will participate in Industry Tech Days. 

You can also expect a flood of free educational content from Industry Tech Days, including: 

  • 300+ articles and whitepapers
  • Videos and on-demand webinars
  • Product highlights


You Might Win a Prize—Just for Registering

When you register for Industry Tech Days, you automatically throw your hat in the ring to win one of 100 prizes—the grand giveaway prize being a commercial-grade LulzBot 3D printer.


LulzBot 3D printer

Registrants are automatically entered in the raffle for the Industry Tech Days grand prize: A LulzBot's commercial-grade 3D printer. Image used courtesy of LulzBot


Other prizes range from development boards to soldering mats and T-shirts. Stick around at the end of live sessions for giveaway drawings.



What kinds of content are you looking forward to at Industry Tech Days? Drop your thoughts in the comments below. 

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