1 EMBEDDED CONFERENCE SCANDINAVIA CONFERENCE PROGRAM PRESENTS EXCERPTS FROM THE PROGRAM: Software quality; test-methods and strategy, development tools. Hardware design; EMC, SSD, Low Power Solutions. Open Source; Linux and Networking. Research and Industry; Funding and Innovation Arena Multicore and FPGA Keynote speakers: NOVEMBER 4 5, 2014 KISTAMÄSSAN, STOCKHOLM Register your visit and print out your free badge on Holger Hermanns Saarland University, Saarbrücken, Germany Martin Nilsson Volvo Car Corporation SOME OF THE SPEAKERS: Daniel Kästner AbsInt GmbH Rachid Kherrazi Nspyre Iisko Lappalainen MontaVista Raluca Marinescu Mälardalen University and Mehrdad Saadatmand; Alten AB CO-LOCATED WITH:
2 November 4 09:30-10:30 Software Development Hardware Design Multicore Workshop 1 Workshop 2 09:30 Stack Overflows - A Thing of the Past 10:00 Rethinking Code Generation in Compilers 09:30 Digital Power System Management 10:00 Self-testing in Embedded System 09:30 Hazards of Multicore Programming 10:00 Multi-core design challenges (SMP/AMP/ Realtime) 09:30 Hands on Open Enea Linux on a Beagle- Bone Black 09:30 Get started with FreeRTOS and FreeRTOS+Trace 10:00 Option NV CloudGate 10:30-11:00 Coffee 11:00-12:00 Software Development 11:00 Consolidation in Embedded Systems 11:30 Code Error Checking During Runtime Hardware Design 11:00 Challenges in Embedded SSD Validation 11:30 Flash Memory Basics for SSD Users Multicore 11:00 Embedded multi-core systems for mixed criticality applications 12:00-13:20 Lunch and Exhibition 13:20-13:50 Keynote Presentation Room M1 Workshop 1 11:00 Made by Göteborg software development inside the all new XC90 Presenter: Martin Nilsson, Volvo Car Corporation, Technical Leader Model Driven Engineering. Workshop 2 11:00 11:00 Tele2 Tele2 M2M Global Solutions and Telit m2mair 11:30 Demo Square M2M Nr 3 14:00-15:00 Software Development Low Power Solutions Find the Money for Electronics Innovation Workshop 3 Workshop 4 Acal BFi 14:00 Dynamic Memory Allocation & Fragmentation in C & C++ 14:30 Yocto Development Tools for Open Source Linux 14:00 Low Power Design with MCUs 14:30 New core Breaking news 14:00 VINNOVA s approach to innovation in international ICT 14:30 Multimillion program for electronics 14:00 KTH Embedded Linux what are best practices? 14:00 Reaching Ultra Low Power consumption with STM32L0 MCU based on Cortex M0+ core 14:00 2G, 3G and 4G for M2M in a 22x23 mm package, Sierra HL series Enea Software 15:30 Enea s Linux-OSEck- LINX SoC Solution for TI KeyStone II architecture 15:00-15:30 Coffee 15:30-17:00 Software Development Small Formfactor Innovation and funding Workshop 3 Workshop 4 Boards 15:30 Employing A Graphical System Design Methodology For Embedded System Development 16:15 Life Cycle Management for Open Source based Embedded Systems 15:30 Design considerations for COM Express and Qseven carrier boards 16:00 Pico-ITX Vs COM form factor 16:30 The COTS evolution smaller footprints, lower cost and higher volume 17:00-18:00 Industry Reception 18:00 The Embedded Dinner Party Note: Separate registration 15:30 Funding for research in collaboration between industry and academia 16:15 Electronics Center in Halmstad An Innovation Arena 15:30 15:30 LDRA 15:30 How to Manage your Software Certification Objectives? In Time Electonics 16:00 IQRF, an IoT solution that really works Espotel 16:30 IBM Bluemix Enterprise-grade PaaS solution to boost your business The program may be subject to change. Please see for the most up-to-date program.
3 november 5 09:00-10:00 Model Based Testing Debug EMC Internet of Things Workshop 5 Workshop 6 09:00 Experiences with Domain Specific Languages for Embedded Systems 09:30 Model based testing of AUTOSAR components 09:00 Taking ARM Code Trace to the Next level 09:30 Software tracing on virtual hardware using Emul8 and Tracealyzer 09:00 Software designers - one cause why EMC test fails? 09:00 Why is Internet of Things important for the Nordic Industry? 09:30 How to come around the IoT data securtity challenges 09:00 Experience Building Embedded Systems Based On NI CompactRIO Limited seating 09:00 M2M Application for Data Acquisition using KEIL MDK Development tools Limited seating DATA MODUL 09:30 Digital Signage Baseboard for ARM/x86 Qseven Modules with Monitoring Software package optimized to drive large Panels up to 82 inch (WUXGA) 10:00-10:30 Coffee 10:30-11:30 Model Based Testing Open Source Networking EMC Internet of Things Workshop 5 Workshop 6 Silica 10:30 Model Based Testing of Embedded Systems in Healthcare domain Using Spec Explorer 11:00 An Integrated Framework for Modelbased Analysis and Testing of Architectural System Models 10:30 Enabling Accelerated Networking in Embedded Systems 11:00 A Linux SDK for enhancing 3G/4G cellular Networking and M2M 11:40-12:10 Keynote Presentation: 10:30 Pre-Compliance EMI tools for Embedded Design. 11:00 Why does your embedded radio perform poorly? 10:30 Wireless Sensor Network Backbone for IoT How good is your design, if at all? Presenter: Prof. Dr. Holger Hermanns: Saarland University, Saarbrücken, Germany 13:30 Which Test Strategy for your Legacy Code and Test Suites 14:00 Improving Embedded Software Security through Coding Standards Compliance and Structural Coverage Analysis 14:30 Automated Requirements Testing of Embedded Systems using LBTest 13:30 Linux Core Isolation and Tickless Operation 14:30 The Yocto Project - Harmonising Software Development across multiple Embedded ARM SOC targets 13:30 Trends in FPGA systems and programming 14:00 FPGA Timing Constraining :30 10:30 10:30 The Yocto Project How delivering a pre configured Software Development Kit can significantly ease adoption IAR Systems 11:00 Runtime Analysis Simplified 12:10-13:30 Lunch and Exhibition 13:30-15:00 Software Test Techniques Open Source Linux FPGA Internet of Things Workshop 6a Repeat session 13:30 Intelligent Home Network with Bluetooth Smart 14:30 Applying Standards Based IMS Communication 13:30 M2M Application for Data Acquisition using KEIL MDK Development tools Limited seating Freescale 13:30 Edge Node Computing and IoT Sensor Gateways Linear Tech. 14:00 Doing mixed signal or power designs? Linduino is the Arduino compatible little helper, that gives you the code to success. Wind River 14:30 Open Source Innovation in Embedded Systems 15:00-15:30 Coffee 15:30-17:00 Software Test Techniques 15:30 Software Verification - Take it to the Next Level 16:15 Rigorous Simulation for Design-time Verification of an Emergency Braking System 17:00 End Open Source Linux 15:30 Improving performance in embedded systems from the bottom and up. 16:00 Efficient development with Industrial Linux on module based hardware 16:30 Docker and Containers-based Virtualization in Embedded Linux FPGA 15:30 Unit testing for VHDL - using software development praxis for FPGA development 16:15 De-Mystifying HW & SW Design Partitioning with All Programmable SoCs Internet of Things 15:30 Flexible Edge to Enterprise Gateway s, what s makes an effective IoT Gateway Device? 16:15 3D Internet of Things Workshop 6a Repeat session 15:30 The program may be subject to change. Please see for the most up-to-date program.
4 Keynote presentations at Embedded Conference Scandinavia November 4 13:20-13:50 Keynote Presentation: Made by Göteborg software development inside the all new XC90 What does it take to develop software for the Automobile? The by far most powerful mobile computing platform you will ever own. It combines a combustion engine with electric drive, it automatically adapts to the surrounding traffic to support the driver and avoid accidents, and it s connected and seamlessly integrates with your daily digital life. The talk will discuss trends and driving forces behind the evolution of automotive electronic systems, to dig deeper into current challenges with electrification, automatic drive and connectivity. What tools are used and what methods are needed to realize the software inside the all new XC90? Thousands of software engineers around the world working together to create the brain in one of the most advanced vehicles to date. Presenter: Martin Nilsson Volvo Car Corporation, Technical Leader Model Driven Engineering. Martin has 20 years professional experience from development of embedded software in Automotive, Defense and Telecom industries. The first ten years as consultant covering all aspects of the development cycle but specializing in embedded software architecture and the last 10 years focusing on model based technologies at Volvo Cars, for simulations, integration and testing of automotive systems. He now holds a position as Technical Leader with the responsibility to lead the development of processes, methods and tools to develop the cars of tomorrow. November 5 11:40-12:10 Keynote Presentation: How good is your design, if at all? Performance, dependability, and security are notoriously difficult to quantify at system design time. Yet, design decisions are known to be the prime source of difficult-tofix embedded problems. For low budget or experimental designs it might suffice to perform some back-of-the-envelope calculations, a few component measurements, a bit of spreadsheeting, maybe a Matlab or Modelica. But for mission crititcal or high volume applications deeper behavioural evaluations are needed early in the design process. This keynote will discuss a modest approach to deriving design-time guarantees for complex embedded behaviours, leveraging foundational insights for practical problems. This is exemplified in the context of power-aware wireless embedded applications. Presenter: Prof. Dr. Holger Hermanns Saarland University, Saarbrücken, Germany Dr. Holger Hermanns is a full professor at the Department of Computer Science at Saarland University, Saarbrücken, Germany, holding the chair for Dependable Systems and Software. He is former Dean of the Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science at Saarland University, and has previously held positions in Germany, the Netherlands, France and Denmark. His research interests include compositional modeling and verification of concurrent systems, resource-aware embedded systems, and performance and dependability evaluation of critical infrastructure. In these areas, Holger Hermanns has authored or co-authored more than 150 peer-reviewed scientific papers (ha-index 92). He has co-chaired the program committees of major international conferences such as TACAS 2006, CONCUR 2006, CAV 2007, and QEST He serves on the steering committees of ETAPS, TACAS and QEST. Holger Hermanns received the Dutch Vernieuwingsimpuls and the German Preis des Fakultätentages Informatik award, is elected member of Academia Europaea, coordinates the EU FP7 project MEALS, and holds several other national and European research grants.
5 Welcome to the Embedded Conference Scandinavia Embedded Conference Scandinavia, ECS, is the premier meeting point for the embedded industry in Scandinavia. With the same successful concept as previous years, a compact exhibition, a world class conference and appreciated social activities, ECS continue to grow and establish itself as the leading event for the embedded industry in Northern Europe. As previous years the exhibition and the conference is free of charge for all visitors. Complimentary lunch and coffee is also served during the two days. On the event s first night a tremendous party evening, The Embedded Dinner Party, with entertainment and award ceremony for the Swedish Embedded Award is being held. World class seminars! Embedded projects and Internet of Things is becoming a part of every person life. Intelligent cities, factories, cars and homes. Challenges lies in the safety and security of connected products. ECS will capture the latest development in these areas and much more. From low power battery operated devices to networks and cloud services. Keynotes will cover tools and methods for large projects. Martin Nilsson from Volvo Car Corporation will talk about new new XC90 as a software project. What tools are used and what methods are needed to realize the software. Prof. Dr. Holger Hermanns from Saarlands University asks: How good is your design, if at all? For mission critical or high volume applications deeper behavioral evaluations are needed early in the design process. Software development and quality will have a full two days program. This will cover all aspects from compiler technology to model based testing and software test techniques. Other major sessions include Open Source solutions with tools for Linux and network applications. Hardware sessions will include designing for ECS compliance, self-test and new SSD technologies. New doors are opening for funding enforcing innovation, skills and business. We are pleased to present sessions with useful and profitable information. The multimillion innovation program based on Smartare Elektroniksystem is presented open for all to get on board. Learn more about funding from EU and Vinnova and about new fruitful ways of collaboration between academia and industry. ECSs will extend its educational role with an increased number of hands-on workshops. Building a Yocto based Linux system and how to get started with FreeRTOS. Also Reaching Ultra Low Power consumption with a Cortex M0+ core. Finally a workshop on M2M applications for data acquisition and Building Embedded Systems Based On NI CompactRIO. We are also very happy to be co-located with the M2M Summit Scandinavia. The two conferences will be in the same hall but with s. M2M is a hot subject and this will boost the total event and make ECS/M2M Summit a must attend this year. International meeting place! Over the years ECS has grown and become a true, leading and international meeting place. A large part of the exhibitors, over half of the speakers and many visitors come from outside Sweden. The conference language is English. Welcome to ECS 2014
6 TM information DATE November 4 5, 2014 VENUE Kistamässan, Hall 1 Stockholm ABOUT THE CONFERENCE All sessions are free of charge, but pre-registration on is mandatory. Please register and print out your badge in advance to save time onsite. Coffee and light lunch is free of charge to all visitors. The conference language is English. Please check signage onsite for the location of the different sessions. students of the Swedish Embedded Award. The exhibition is free of charge and no further registration than to the conference sessions is needed (please see above). M2M SUMMIT SCANDINAVIA The Scandinavia is held alongside ECS in Hall 1 and in Conference Room M5. For further information and your free-ofcharge registration, please visit EXHIBITION OPENING TIMES Tuesday, November 4: 09:00 17:00 Wednesday, November 5: 09:00 17:00 ABOUT THE EXHIBITION Around 90 exhibitors from the embedded industry will showcase the latest news and products. They include top international suppliers, universities and the nominated companies and Gold sponsor: SILVER sponsors: BRONZE sponsors: Partners: ECS is organized by:
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