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22.05.2019

Embedded DevCon India 2019


At the Embedded DevCon India 2019, MONLOPARK and PORT present current trends and solutions in the area of Real Time Communication. Marcus Tangermann, CTO of the company PORT, will give a lecture on current trends and solutions.

Embedded DevCon is designed to provide software and system developers the resources to understand and tackle complex challenges of developing a safe embedded system – from the Design to the Testing.

The two-day conference will consist of only technical tracks of authoritative perspectives on how the latest technologies affect business and product development illuminating the future of Embedded Systems.

place and time: 

Bengaluru (India) 10.06.2019 to 11.06.2019 

Pune (India) 13.06.2019 to 14.06.2019 

Here you can register

https://forms.zohopublic.com/menlopark/form/Eventregistration/formperma/_rdsPwD8ucbozUDZzwq-Gi4n0jbThZekf2g80eRmzmA

About speaker 

Marcus Tangermann studied computer science with emphasis on network communication at the University of Applied Science in Wernigerode/Germany. He then started his career as a research associate at the University of Magdeburg/Germany. His field of activity covered European research projects on distributed automation technologies for factory automation and Industrial Ethernet security. As a member of the former IAONA he was the main author of the IAONA Security Guide.

 

In 2006, Marcus Tangermann took over the position of the head of product development for Weidmüller Heyfra AG. Since 2009 he is one of the shareholders of port GmbH and, as the CTO, is responsible for the soft and hardware development.  

About topic 

Cycle times for new technologies are getting shorter and shorter. On the other hand, the pure amount of different computing platforms was never so huge as nowadays in the automation industry. This leads to a big problem for technology providers like port: They must implement software in shorter times but must provide support for many CPUs and operating systems at the same time. This session gives an inside view on how to write portable software in ANSI C that can run on a wide variety of CPUs with or without operating systems.