Embedded Live Conference (Sept): Early bird rate expires 20th July


Embedded Live Conference (Sept): Early bird rate expires 20th July

Embedded Live is a new UK conference for Embedded Software Developers, designed to bring together engineers and experts from across the world of embedded software development, to share their experience and knowledge.

Dates 20 Jul 2018 - 21 Jul 2018 - This event is in the past.
Venue NEC, Birmingham
Website

Event details:

The Embedded Live 2018 conference programme is promising to deliver some useful and informative talks from users and industry experts.

The focus will be on techniques and user stories rather than on tools and product pitches. It will offer practical and pragmatic advice to developers, engineers and managers responsible for embedded software development and quality.

It is part of What’s New in Electronics Live, an event that brings the world of electronics together with an extensive exhibition and more.

Timetable


09.15 - 09.30 Niall Cooling, Feabhas
                      Welcome & opening address
09.30 - 10.15 Mary-Ann Johnson, DisplayLink
                      When Pre-Canned Agile Doesn’t Fit
10.15 - 11.00 Glenn Coates, Software in Real Time Ltd
                      Architecturally Driven, Iterative Development – a case study in project recovery
11.20 - 11.45 Mark Richardson, LDRA
                      Bi-Directional Requirements Traceability, Software Re-use andI Iterative
                             Development Practices
11.45 - 12.30 Paul Tiplady, AVL
                      Software development with an agile mindset in a non-agile environment
12.30 - 12.45 Niall Cooling, Feabhas
                       Final questions & close
Security and Safety (sponsored by Green Hills)
13.25 - 13.40 Niall Cooling, Feabhas
                              Welcome & opening address
13.40 - 14. 25 Ken Munro and Andrew Tierney, PenTest Partners
                               IoT reverse engineering and security fail
14.25 - 15.10 Richard Marshall, IoTSF
                              Bringing secure IoT products to market, more than just embedded programming  - the challenges of producing secure products and their impact on the product's design
15.25 - 15.50 Julian Day, Green Hills Software
                      
Connectivity Drives the Need for Security to Ensure Safety
15.50 - 16.35 Dr Roderick Chapman, Protean Code Ltd
                             Murphy vs Satan: Why programming secure systems is still so hard
16.35 - 17.00 Niall Cooling, Feabhas
                              Final questions & close

26 September - Real-Time Operating Systems & Quality and Reliability
RTOS (sponsored by Green Hills)
09.15 - 09.30 Niall Cooling, Feabhas
                             Welcome & opening address
09.30 - 10.15 Liviu Ionescu, Aviation Instruments Intl
                       The µOS++ IIIe framework
10.15 - 11.00  Trevor Martin, Hitex
                       
Introduction to CMSIS Zone – managing resources in microcontroller systems
11.20 - 11.45  Julian Day, Green Hills Software
                                Comparison of Virtualised and Non-Virtualised Embedded Systems

11.45 - 12.30  Glennan Carnie, Feabhas
                              Asynchronous Message, Synchronous Message and Future patterns
12.30 - 12.45  Niall Cooling, Feabhas
                           Final questions & close.   Quality and Reliability (sponsored by QA Systems)
13.25 - 13.35 Niall Cooling, Feabhas
                             Welcome & opening address
13.35 - 14.20 Niall Cooling, Feabhas
                             Measuring Software Quality
14.20 - 15.05 Anto Michael, Valeo
                             Automated protocol definition for data transfer for configuration and debugging
15.20 - 15.45  Dylan Llewellyn, QA Systems
                               The Cost of Standards Compliance – What to ask your Vendor
15.45 - 16.30 Chris Hills, MISRA-C Working Group
                             Complying with MISRA-C : Why and How
16.35 - 17.00 Niall Cooling, Feabhas
                              Final questions & close

 

Tickets:

An Early Bird discount is available on tickets booked before 20 July. £75 for a half-day, £100 for a full day and £175 for both days.

You can also benefit from the full day rate if you choose to attend two half days on different days

 

Sponsorship

If you are interested in sponsoring the lunches or exhibiting, you'll find more information on our event sponsorship page.

Please contact us for a full sponsor pack or to discuss availability and pricing

 

Feabhas Embedding Software Competence

Feabhas has been working with the world’s leading electronic companies such as Samsung, ARM, HP and Intel, since 1995.

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