Embedded Solutions & Events Update

Embedded updates & Ulinkplus promotion

Release date: 2/8/2018 10:00:00 AM

Logic2day brings you the latest updates on embedded developments and hot topics of Logic technology and its partners. 2018 is the year we are celebrating 25 years of Logic Solutions, please join us at Embedded World to get a taste of our latest developments.


We, Logic Technology, cordially invite you to the Embedded World to celebrate our anniversary
and experience our latest solutions.

Save your free ticket to the Embedded World 2018

use the Logic code: B377481

Embedded World Highlights

DEMO: Do More and Consume Less with TouchGFX on STM32L4+

TouchGFX now supports ST’s new generation of STM32L4, giving you a whole new dimension of ‘do more, consume less’ for your GUI development.

The new STM32L4+ device is a new generation of the STM32L4 series that stretches performance to 150DMIPS (233 ULPMark-CP) at 120MHz, and it supports TouchGFX. STM32L4+ is an ideal fit for developing fitness bands, smart watches, small medical equipment, smart meters, and smart industrial sensors, as it allows for sophisticated functions and instant responses with minimal downtime for battery charging. Read more..

eXtremeDB from McObject Ads Lua to its Multi API’s

eXtremeDB version 8.0 adds Lua to its already extensive list of features.  Toward that end, stored procedures are implemented in eXtremeDB 8.0 with the Lua language. Lua is increasingly popular in embedded systems due to its compact nature and efficiency, as well as ease-of-learning.  Importantly, it combines simple procedural syntax with powerful data description constructs based on associative arrays and extensible semantics. Read more..

Seminar Addressing your Software Insecurities

The week after the Embedded World Logic Technology will stay in the area for more seminars with a hot topic, we will address your software insecurities together with our specialists from LDRA.

These free seminars will highlight issues to consider when designing a functionally safe secure system. It will detail how, alongside features such as domain separation and rootkit protection, the security features of the application code itself provide an essential slice in a “Swiss Cheese” defence of a connected system. And it will include a demonstration of how automated tools can streamline the development of securely coded applications.

Dates & Locations

6 March 2018, Munich, Germany
7 March 2018, Frankfurt, Germany
8 March 2018, Eindhoven, The Netherlands 
Save your seat and Register here