Embedded World

Next week is Embedded World – the annual event when everybody involved with embedded system design descends on Nuremberg, Germany and drinks beer and eats sausages. However, this year it will not be like that. Last year, the conference was quieter than usual, as the pandemic was just beginning to make the news. Everyone was worried about the weeks to come, but nobody guessed that, one year on, Embedded World would be a solely online event.

I have a number of presentations [all times are CET]:

Operating Systems for Embedded Applications

Monday 11:30-12:00 – Session 3.1

Power Management in Embedded Systems

Monday 16:15-16:45 – Session 5.3

Hypervisor or multicore framework: which is best?

Monday 17:15-17:45 – Session 3.3

Dynamic Memory Allocation & Fragmentation in C & C++

Thursday 16:15-16:45 – Session 6.12

Self-testing in Embedded Systems

Friday 11:30-12:00 – Session 6.13

I hope that you will be able to attend. If you would like a copy of any of my presentations, please contact me by email or via social networking.

A number of my Siemens DISW colleagues are also presenting sessions. Here is a summary:

Functional Safety: Software Partitioning and Functionality Assignment for Complex and High Performance Architectures [Dr. Ahmed Khan]

Tuesday 11:30-12:00 – Session 3.4

Embedded Software Development to Manage the Complexities of Today’s Automotive Distributed Systems [Brendan Morris]

Tuesday 14:30-15:00 – Session 6.5

Quantizing Edge Neural Networks With Qkeras [Russ Klein]

Tuesday 17:15-17:45 – Session 8.3

Model-based systems engineering or how I can pack my suitcase [Susan Faust]

Wednesday 11:25

A platform approach to enabling intelligent self-analytics in your products [Greg Arnot

Wednesday 14:20-14:40 – Forum

Achieving Cyber Security according to ISO 21434 & UN R155 – how Polarion helps getting EVITA, STRIDE & HEAVENS under control [Alexander Heyers]

Thursday 11:25

Secure Diagnostics for Connected Vehicles [Dr. Ahmed Khan]

Thursday 12:00-12:30 – Session 6.10

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