Embedded Live 2018
The Embedded Live 2018 exhibition in association with Feabhas will offer industry a great mix of exhibitors showing a vast range of products and services, plus it will be supported by four half-day conference programmes. To find out more about how you can be involved email email@example.com
Embedded Live brings to the UK a conference for Embedded Software Developers which covers current industry “hot topics” in four, focused sections. The conference will bring together engineers and experts from across the world of embedded software development, to share their experience and knowledge. The focus will be on techniques and user stories rather than on tools and product pitches. The conference will comprise of four, half day sessions.
This year’s four topics are:
Tuesday 25 Sept Morning Session
Agile for Embedded
There is an increasing uptake of Agile techniques within Embedded Software Development. There are many lessons to be learned, as there is little published about how Agile works with the unique requirements of embedded development.
• Mary Ann Johnson, Display Link – When Pre-Canned Agile Doesn’t Fit
• Glenn Coates, York University – Architecturally Driven, Iterative Development – a case study in project recovery
• Paul Tiplady, AVL – Software development with an agile mindset in a non-agile environment
Tuesday 25 Sept Afternoon Session
Security and Safety
High-integrity design, implementation and testing is vital to both safety-critical and secure systems. Safety is an enduring issue for Embedded Systems and continues to be a vital topic as electronics takes us into new areas such as driverless cars and medical devices. The Internet of Things (IoT) has driven an ever-increasing pressure on the security of embedded systems too.
• Ken Munro and Andrew Tierney, PenTest Partners – IoT reverse engineering and security fail
• Dr Roderick Chapman, Protean Code Ltd – Murphy vs Satan: Why programming secure systems is still so hard
Wednesday 26 Sept Morning Session
Real-Time Operating Systems
Real-Time Operating Systems (RTOS) are at the core of many embedded systems. The correct selection and application of an RTOS is a key architectural decision for any embedded project. Many concepts of concurrent design are poorly understood by the developers of embedded software.
• Liviu Ionescu, Aviation Instruments Intl – The µOS++ IIIe framework
Wednesday 26 Sept Afternoon Session
Quality and Reliability
Software should always fulfil the needs of its users. Beyond that embedded software developers are tasked with ensuring systems meet many other quality requirements – compliance to standards; providing extensible, flexible and maintainable designs; providing high levels of dependability, reliability and robustness. The management of these issues is vital to a successful project.
• Niall Cooling, Feabhas – Measuring Software Quality
• Anto Joys Yesuadimai Michael, Llarina Lobo Palacios, Sebastian Zuther, Valeo – Automated protocol definition for data transfer for configuration and debugging
• Dylan Llewellyn, QA Systems – The Cost of Standards Compliance – What to ask your Vendor
The prices show the Early Bird discount available for delegates confirming their place before 30 June 2018. Pricing is set into ½ day, full day or 2-day delegate rates. Delegates can benefit from a full day rate if attending two ½ days on different days.
|1/2 day||1 day||2 days|
|Early Bird||£75 + vat||£100 + vat||£175 + vat|
|Full Price (from 1st July)||£100 + vat||£150 + vat||£250 + vat|
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‘Following the success of our Agile for Embedded conference a last year, we are delighted to work with WNIE to bring the same format to a larger conference, addressing more topics from the world of Embedded Software. The UK lacks a national conference that offers practical and pragmatic advice to developers and we hope we can change this together.’ – Niall Cooling MD, Feabhas