We’re always on the lookout for the “next big thing.” That “thing” has actually been around for more than 200 years (depending on your source). It’s the automobile that I’m referring to, and while it’s pretty long in the tooth, the inroads made by embedded developers over the last few years has been astounding. And there appears to be no end in sight. Almost every developer I talk to lately is trying to tap that market.
One of the interesting facts about this market is that developers, especially on the software side, are spending an increasing amount of time in the latter stages of design. Code needs to be delivered with fewer defects, applications need to be secure from hacking vulnerabilities, and products must conform to critical safety and security standards.
So where am I going with this? I’m glad you asked. We’ve put together an E-cast that will help developers get past these roadblocks in automotive designs (pun intended).
The E-cast, titled “Three ways to ensure your automotive developers deliver secure, compliant, defect-free software,” will focus on three particular topics:
1. Mitigating security vulnerabilities from threats and attacks
2. Complying to ever-increasing safety standards
3. Preventing software failure due to costly defects
It takes place next Wednesday (December 10, 2014) at 11:00 AM EST, but, as always, will be available on demand afterwards.