#EMCC2018 - 4th Embedded Multi-Core Conference in Munich

April 19, 2018 ECD Staff

With a focus on "Best Practice Automotive Multi-Core Embedded Development and Test“, renowned speakers from automotive OEMs and Tier1s will share their experience and challenges facing the automotive megatrends. Attendees can join this automotive forum to interact with other experts and exchange the latest state of the art for real-time, safety and performance intensive embedded systems.

In short:

• 4 sessions: Software Integration, Timing Design and Verification, Adaptive and Virtualization, and What's next?

• 12+ speakers form OEMs and Tier1s providing the content for these sessions

• 2 keynote speakers

o Rahman Jamal from National Instruments - Disruptive Technologies: a shock wave for existing ecosystems?

o Jon Taylor from ARM - Performance meets safety and security: future automotive SoC trends

• Plenty of time for networking during the breaks and an evening event

“Four years in a row with an average of 120 participants, this represents the special character of this conference. We really appreciate the support of the automotive industry to make this a yearly and successful event. It is our pleasure to welcome speakers and attendees from OEMs and Tier1s who will share their experience in the field of automotive today and with a focus on the challenges of multi-core, many-core as well as SoC based ECU development. A real benefit for those who attend this conference”, says iSYSTEM CEO Erol Simsek.

Links

Conference link, agenda and registration: www.multicore-conference.com

EMCC LinkedIn Group https://www.linkedin.com/groups/8336065

Twitter #EMCC2018

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