OpenSystems Media teams with IAR Systems to launch Global IAR DevCon Series

February 26, 2018 OpenSystems Media
 
 

OpenSystems Media (OSM), the leading media outlet for engineers working on Automotive, Embedded, IoT, and Industrial applications, today announced a partnership with IAR Systems to launch the global IAR DevCon Series.

IAR Developer Conferences will be hosted in more than 30 cities around the world, starting in the second quarter of 2018 and continuing through 2019. In 2018, the IAR DevCon Series will visit San Jose, Irvine, Boston, Philadelphia, Dallas, Chicago, Ottawa, Stockholm, Cambridge U.K., Paris, Vienna, Munich, Helsinki, Milan, Bilbao, and Tokyo.

Most of the events will include a forward-looking keynote, delivered by a representative of IAR Systems, followed by an update to the popular IAR Embedded Workbench product, specifically how it pertains to the Embedded, IoT, Industrial, and Automotive application areas. In addition, there will be ample time to answer questions from the developer community.

”Hosting IAR DevCon has been a dream for several years, and now thanks to assistance by Open Systems Media we are able to make it happen for real on a global level,” said Stefan Skarin, CEO, IAR Systems. “By attending IAR DevCon, developers will get everything they need to get ready for creating the products of today and the innovations of tomorrow.”

“We’re very excited to partner with the IAR Systems team,” said Rich Nass, Executive Vice President of OSM and leader of its Embedded and IoT franchises. “Year after year, we’re told that the IAR Systems products are the go-to tools for the developer community. These DevCons will help enlighten and educate the industry to ensure that their designs remain at the forefront of technology.”

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