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Andy Nichols
The Qt Company

Device creation with Qt Enterprise Embedded

Creating embedded devices comes with many challenges, but with Qt Enterprise Embedded we aim to make the software side much more manageable. With Qt Enterprise Embedded The Qt Companyprovides both a stable software stack as well as the tools needed to develop software for your target embedded device. From prototyping to productisation Qt Enterprise Embedded will make your embedded project easier and thus help you get to market quicker.

Jeff Tranter

Low-Level Hardware Programming for Non-Electrical Engineers

Today's embedded systems have processing power similar to, or exceeding, that of desktop computers of just a few years ago. Many Qt developers have transitioned from desktop to embedded development. Embedded systems often involve talking directly to hardware interfaces. If your background is more Computer Science than Electrical Engineering, some of the buzzwords and acronyms may be strange and confusing to you. In this presentation I will give an overview of some of the common hardware interfaces including I2C, SPI, GPIO, and serial.

Burkhard Stubert
Burkhard Stubert
Embedded Use

Case Study: Driver Terminal for Forage Harvester

The driver terminal of Krone’s BiG X 480/580 forage harvester uses dials, info fields, quick-access buttons and status buttons to show about 30+ pieces of information on its home screen. The driver can change some of the information directly on the home screen. The terminal receives up to 1000 signals per second from the “machine” over 4 CAN buses. Some of the signals are received up to 100 times per second. Nevertheless, the needles of the dials and the digital numbers must change smoothly.

Till Adam and Nick Mayencourt

Security Aspects of feature rich, connected embedded devices

As embedded devices change from relatively simple, integrated circuits that drive switches to connected, powerful machines with rich functionality and touch screen user interfaces, resembling consumer mobile devices in look and feel as well as technology, securing them becomes even more challenging. This presentation will explore aspects of this from the point of view of the engineers building a modern, connected embedded device.

Lauri Nevala
The Qt Company

A Solid Back End for a Solid Qt Mobile Application

Nowadays many mobile applications are relying more and more on server-side applications. Setting up servers and deploying a server-side application can be hard and time-consuming, but it has not to be.

Jon Trulson

Build Your Own Bender: Step 1, Controlling a robotic arm with Qt Quick

The AX-12A Smart Robotic Arm is a 5-axis robotic arm featuring sturdy aluminum construction and seven AX Dynamixel digital servos. Sourced from CrustCrawler Robotics (www.crustcrawler.com), it is designed for development and teaching and was chosen as the test platform for the Bender project.

Hasnat Ashiq
Hasnat Ashiq
QNX Software Systems

Developing with Qt for QNX platforms

For any engineers currently exploring HMI (human machine interface) and GUI (graphical user interface) possibilities with RTOS (realtime operating system) technologies, this session is an opportunity to get answers to challenging questions from a real-world expert. Learn about taking a platform that currently does not have an OS installed and using a BSP (board support package) to create a minimal bootable operating system image.

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