Embedded Solutions & Events Update

Meet the Experts in Embedded Solutions

Release date: 3/8/2017 3:00:00 PM

Next week, the biggest European embedded exhibition & conference transforms Nuremberg into the center of embedded innovation. The Embedded World 2017 is your opportunity to see what’s new and hot in the industry and your chance to learn how your development projects can benefit from the latest cutting edge technology and tools.

The Logic Solution

It is no secret in the embedded industry, that Logic Technology always has had a strong presence at the Embedded World Exhibition & Conference. Now, at the 15th anniversary of the event, Logic is proud to announce that 5 out of the 36 sessions in the conference program are hosted by our premium partners.
Please find below the conference schedule and abstracts of our partners for the various conference sessions. If you would like to meet an expert in person on the subject, please feel free to make an appointment. Or simply come to our booth 4-544 and claim your free and unique Logic Solution!


Free 3-day Ticket

Pre-register your visit to the fair with a free 3-day entrance ticket from Logic Technology at the Voucher Shop and don’t forget to stop by our booth to collect your Free Logic Solution!

Logic voucher E-code: B344681

News from the Experts




The latest Tools for professional ARM Cortex Development
When you are visiting the Embedded World, be sure to come by our booth and see the latest tools for professional ARM Cortex development. We will showcase TrueSTUDIO v7.1 and the new innovative static stack usage analyzer, as well as the build and memory usage analyzer, and much more powerful features to reduce your development time!
You can find Atollic in the Logic technology booth 4-544 in hall 4. Do you want to a personal showcase and have time to discuss your project, please make an
appointment in advance.



Curious about Model-Driven Software Design Tools?
Like to know more about how it can increase complexity while improving reliability?

Join us at Embedded World 2017!
Dezyne is a model-driven software engineering tool that enables software engineers to create, explore and formally verify component based designs for embedded, technical and industrial software systems. It leads to code that is robust, reliable and trustworthy. The results include a 50% reduction in development costs, 20% decrease in time to market and a 25% reduction in the cost of field defects.
Experience the power of model-based software development and visit our Dezyne experts at the Logic Technology
booth 4-544 in hall 4 during this year’s Embedded World. Discover how Dezyne can help you develop complete and correct software by providing graphical views of models, advanced simulation techniques, automated formal verification and efficient code generation.


The founders of McObject built successful careers in embedded systems before they founded the company in 2001. eXtremeDB has been cutting edge embedded database system technology from the beginning, designed to be extremely small, fast, reliable and easy to implement.  We would like to meet with you at Embedded World to discuss how we can help you with your project.  Please visit us in hall 4, booth 544 at the conference or online at www.mcobject.com to learn more.

The Importance of Integrating User Experience into your GUI Development

Embedded technology is rapidly evolving and so are user demands. Today, it is almost expected that companies offer products that share the look, feel, and functionality of smart devices. It is almost a standard. Because of this, companies will need to raise the bar in the future to offer products that appeal to their users. This means including the latest tech trends that make products more advanced and valuable while still being easy to use.

To achieve such innovative user-friendly products, we find it essential to include user experience designers in the development process. Lucky for us, we are able to do just that.

The Experts Conference Sessions

LDRA_T_150.png Protect the Weak Link in Embedded Systems with New MISRA C Security Guidelines 
In this session attendees will learn the essentials of using MISRA C guidelines for safety and security from the company that comprises four of the 11 positions on the MISRA C committee.
  Session 10, Tuesday March 14, 16:30-17:00 by Mark Richardson, LDRA

Understand Software Quality's Three-Legged Stool: Static Analysis, Dynamic Analysis, and Unit Testing  

In order to address today's increasingly large and complex code bases, this presentation will show how to use automated static analysis, dynamic coverage analysis, data and control coupling analysis, and unit/integration testing for dramatic improvements over manual inspection and code review in the development of high-quality embedded software.

Session 17, Wednesday March 15, 14:30-15:00 by Mark Richardson, LDRA
Software Archeology in Practice: Recovering Lost Behaviour from Legacy Code 
Reengineering software is a nightmare. This risk, and the work involved in reengineering, can be greatly diminished if the essential functionality and behaviour of the software can be recovered from the legacy codebase. In this presentation we will show how to reduce the cost and risk of the work, using Model Driven Software Engineering tools and Formal Verification techniques.

Session 17, Wednesday March 15, 16:00-16:30 by Robert Howe, Verum Software Tools

Reliably Committing Data to the Media Through the Linux Kernel 
This technical paper explains in detail the Linux write-behind cache, flush and fsync calls, and other techniques to balance power failsafe reliability and performance on Linux and Android. Also explored are  how file systems behave in these situations, focusing on two reliability techniques – journaling and transaction points.

Session 20, Wednesday March 15, 17:00-17:30 by Thom Denholm, Datalight

Avoiding the Brick – Seamless Updates in Embedded Devices   
This session explains how a transactional file system can seamlessly handle system updates of any size or scope. A power failure will never result in a brick, and no major changes are required to the design, even in a minimal embedded environment.

Session 24, Thursday March 16, 15:30-16:00 by Thom Denholm, Datalight