Advanced Embedded Masterclass
Organization: UBM India
Venue: Le Meridien Bangalore
|Event Date/Time: Dec 05, 2013 / 8:30 am - (GMT +5:30 hours)||End Date/Time: Dec 06, 2013 / 5:30 pm - (GMT +5:30 hours)|
|Abstract Submission Date: Nov 05, 2013|
|Paper Submission Date: Nov 08, 2013|
The ‘Advanced Embedded Masterclass’ will focus on the most novel technologies and trends in the embedded development environment giving the participants a complete understanding and practical knowledge. It will also provide an opportunity to Embedded Engineering team leaders to enhance their development and design skills, thereby helping them to maximize on their current teams and projects.
Hands on training and implementable design take aways
Topic : Innovation in power management
Speaker :Navaneethan Sundaramoorthy, Consultant Organisation : Innovation & Education Consultant
In today’s system-on-chip (SoC) platforms containing multiple heterogeneous processors, the system architect needs to know how to deal with power management facilities provided with different operating systems running on them to balance the overall system power policies. Besides leveraging the right features, the design needs these operating systems to work together at the system level. This advance training programme on power management will be useful for project leads working on plugged in SOCs to help you with the go green initiative. It will also be useful for SOC chip designers and programmers working on limited power enabled devices
Topic : Test-Driven Development and Embedded C
Speaker : Timo Punkka Consultant, Organisation : Renaissance Software
Speaker : Jani Söderström
Test-Driven Development has many positive side effects resulting from significant test coverage, like improved design due the focus on abstraction layers, limiting dependencies and clear separation of concerns. All this makes the code more maintainable and enables sustainable development pace despite the growing code size. Embedded software has some unique characteristics, it is often running on custom hardware and software design has to deal with tight resource budget and hard real-time constraints. Furthermore, C programming language is still dominating the domain. This workshop helps embedded developers to get deeper insights to anatomy of Test-Driven Development in embedded domain using C. The workshop combines the theory with hands-on exercises to enforce the learning and lower the bar for moving theory into practice at work place. You will get first-hand information from the facilitators who put the presented ideas into use every day in industry setting.