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Visit Siemens PLM Software at Embedded Conference Scandinavia

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This year, Siemens PLM Software will take part in the "Embedded Conference Scandinavia 2018 (ECS)" fair in Stockholm/Sweden on 6 and 7 November 2018. Over the years, the ECS has become the meeting place for embedded systems professionals from all over the world, and is now considered as the largest embedded conference in Europe.

 

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Visit the conference to learn more about Siemens PLM Software's offering in embedded domain

 

Simcenter, Polarion and Mentor cover all facets of embedded technologies and analysis using an integrated offering towards model-based embedded software development. Our products enhance your ability to front-load your development enabling you to make better-informed decisions much early in the development lifecycle. Together our integrated suite of products helps you design complex automotive software systems, human-machine interfaces (HMIs), digital twins, Internet-of-Things application, avionics systems and all other applications requiring embedded software.

 

Highlights

Visit us at booth 26 and 27 to see some of our newest embedded software capabilities and to learn hands-on from our in-booth demonstrations. You'll discover how:

  • The best embedded systems are designed with Simcenter Embedded Software Designer
  • The best embedded systems are managed with Polarion ALM
  • The best embedded systems run Mentor embedded solutions

  

Conference presentations

 

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Yuri Durodie, Siemens PLM Software

 

Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2018, at 11:30 AM

Track 2, Room M6

 

Embedded software is becoming increasingly complex and more distributed and is today the most crucial innovation driver of technical systems. Although the embedded software community has adopted model-based development (MBD) to cope with complex system design, the specific constraints and domain-specific requirements for the embedded software still bring various challenges and ask for a specialized approach. Moreover, organizations have long struggled to break down large, complex embedded applications into manageable isolated components and boost cross-functional collaboration.

 

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Enabling embedded devices for industrial Internet of Things (IIoT)

 

Eric Faure, Mentor - A Siemens Business

 

Tuesday, Nov 6, 2018, at 14:20

Track 4, Open stage

 

For industrial equipment manufacturers, the market demand to integrate and connect devices within the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is growing by the day. The competitive pressures and customer expectations for reliability, maintainability, upgradeability, and secure operations are a few of the primary drivers.  

This presentation seeks to outline a few of the key architectural considerations required for the successful operation of smart devices within an IIoT infrastructure with a focus on the software that runs on the device. A few of the more common device software challenges will be highlighted, and a promising new framework that addresses some of the key device software gaps will be presented.