Triadem Solutions AG and QNX - together with partner Freescale - invite you to learn more about the methods and technologies involved in building safety-critical systems and embedded software for mission critical applications.
Attend this informative and free seminar (presented in English) and exhibition to discover how QNX and board vendors can help you to solve this challenge.
Chris Hobbs, kernel developer at QNX, will also present his latest book, Embedded Software Development for Safety-Critical Systems, published in September 2015. The book will be available for purchase during the seminar.
We hope you can join us!
Registration, exhibition and coffee
Welcome and introduction
Peter Huber, Triadem
Overview and introduction QNX Software Systems - Microkernel architecture advantages - Software Development Platform QNX6.6 SDP
Hanspeter Vogel, Triadem
QNX 6.6 outlook and new technologies - Certified Kernel (Medical 62304, SIL3 61508) - Hypervisor for ARM and X86 - HTML5
Peter Spaeth, QNX
Freescale ARM and QorIQ Layerscape - Scalable MPU families for connected intelligence applications
Marco Cassol, FAE Freescale
Coffee break and exhibition
Embedded software development for safety-critical systems - Today's challenges - What problems are we facing and where might the answers lie?
Chris Hobbs, QNX
Customer success story - Laser tracker system AT9xx from Leica - Why QNX?
Roger Steger, Leica Geosystems AG
Summary and closing
Roland Eggli, Triadem
“Apéro riche” and exhibition
QNX Demos and Reference Designs
- Freescale i.MX6Quad module from emtrion and TQ
- Freescale i.MX6 ULtraLite Evaluation Kit)
- Freescale QorIQ P2020 module from MicroSys
- TI AM335x module from bytes at work, emtrion and TQ
- bytes at work
- QNX Software Systems
- Triadem Solutions