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The Embedded Hour with Adam Taylor
The Embedded Hour with Adam Taylor
Join Adam and fellow embedded systems and FPGA enthusiasts once a month to share projects, ideas, tips and discuss all things embedded. Professionals and hobbyists alike are welcome!

Every month, we'll invite a couple of "embedded minds" to showcase their current projects. Adam will also do open Q&A and speak on topics that you want to hear about.

Email embeddedhour@adiuvoengineering.com if you want to be a guest speaker, or to suggest topics you want to see covered.

***Each session is capped to 100 attendees at the moment. Seats are first come first served on the day of the live event! If we start to see a lot more interest, we can expand the number of seats as we go along...so spread the word to your friends!

If we run out of room, don't worry. We'll be sharing the recording and your registration gets you access to the entire series.***
Dec 11, 2020 04:00 PM
Jan 8, 2021 04:00 PM
Feb 12, 2021 04:00 PM
Mar 12, 2021 05:00 PM
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Adam Taylor
Founder and Principal Consultant @Adiuvo Engineering & Training ltd
Thanks to all my fellow embedded minds who have followed my blog, the MicroZed Chronicles, and my Hackster.io projects and workshops, which have explored Xilinx Programmable Logic. I have been designing with FPGAs and SoCs for over 20 years, across a range of applications from defense, automotive, space, nuclear reactors, to cryptography and image processing. I am a chartered engineer and a Fellow of the Institute of Engineering and Technology. Currently, I am also a visiting professor at the University of Lincoln.
Adam Carlson
Aerospace Design Engineer
Adam Carlson is an aerospace engineer, who works in mechanical design, and does electrical engineering for fun. He has 5 and counting 3D printers at home that have all been modified to meet specific purposes as well as a full custom design in the works. For him, engineering is a license to learn. It is not just a job, but a hobby and a passion. When he leaves work, the engineer hat doesn't come off. He just starts designing his projects at home. His home projects range from 3D printers, to sketching, to electronics projects. Oh, did we mention that he also works on RC submarines? Adam graduated from Arizona State University, and has been employed in the aerospace industry since he was 12 years old (he started doing aircraft restoration). At work he has the title of Design Engineer, but his favorite titles are that of husband and father. He always enjoy meeting new people. You can follow Adam on Twitter under the handle of @Aeroengineer1.