|iSYSTEM and Vector invite to the Automotive Embedded Software Conference EMCC 2022|
|EMCC 2022 – Technical Conference from October 11 to 12 in Stuttgart (Germany)|
|Schwabhausen, Germany, July 25, 2022 – iSYSTEM and Vector host the international conference EMCC 2022 at the “Liederhalle” in Stuttgart (Germany) from October 11 to 12. Since its start in 2017, the EMCC (Embedded Multi-Core Conference) has been regarded as the expert conference for automotive embedded software development and is now finally taking place again after a two-year break: The registration has just opened.
“We are very happy that the EMCC can finally be the exclusive expert convention for the world-wide automotive embedded software industry again, offering a compact know-how transfer among colleagues. Through our and Vector's network, we were once again able to attract many great speakers and thus offer an exciting program”, says Erol Simsek, CEO of iSYSTEM.
Dr. Michael Deubzer, Senior Manager Product Management AUTOSAR tools at Vector, adds: “The EMCC is the perfect place for technical experts to get an update on recent technologies and first-hand best-practices in various areas of automotive embedded software development.”
The speakers at EMCC 2022 are sent by well-known companies, amongst others, by the AUTOSAR Consortium, Capgemini, GLIWA, Infineon, iSYSTEM, MicroNova, Swift Act, Tasking, Valeo, Vector, and Volkswagen. EMCC 2022 is sponsored by Infineon and ST Microelectronics.
The papers’ topics presented by the well-experienced industry experts range from how to integrate software on parallel real-time systems, best practice on how to implement collaborative development and software industrialization, in-depth information on how to manage the new complexity and challenges of SoC-/Mixed AUTOSAR CP/AP-Systems, up to trends and thoughts using AI in automotive.
The EMCC is not only aimed at multi-core developers. The target group has constantly expanded over the years and now includes software architects, integrators, CI/DevOps managers and project managers of all hierarchy levels.
Between the presentations, there will be ample opportunity to visit the accompanying exhibition, as well as for personal discussions and intensive networking. On the evening of the first day of the congress, a networking dinner with a show program is on the agenda.
The EMCC will take place under the legal Corona regulations of the federal state of Baden-Württemberg. Currently there are no restrictions, if necessary, the regulations will be updated in the short term and communicated to all participants.
All information about the EMCC 2022, the speakers, the agenda and the registration for participants is available at www.emcc-conference.com. Attendees and interested parties are invited to follow the “EMCC Group” on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/groups/8336065/
Vector is the leading manufacturer of software tools and embedded components for the development of electronic systems and their networking with many different systems from CAN to Automotive Ethernet.
Vector has been a partner of automotive manufacturers and suppliers and related industries since 1988. Vector tools and services provide engineers with the decisive advantage to make a challenging and highly complex subject area as simple and manageable as possible. Vector employees work on electronic innovations for the automotive industry every day. Worldwide customers in the automotive, commercial vehicles, aerospace, transportation, and control technology industries rely on the solutions and products of the independent Vector Group for the development of technologies for future mobility.
Vector worldwide currently employs more than 3,000 people with sales of EUR 948 million in 2021. Vector is headquartered in Germany (Stuttgart) and has subsidiaries in Brazil, China, France, Great Britain, India, Italy, Japan, Austria, Romania, Sweden, South Korea, Spain, and the USA.
Press contact Vector:
Heike Schmidt, Tel. +49-711/80670-5350, email@example.com
iSYSTEM has been developing and manufacturing tools and solutions for embedded software development and testing since 1986. The privately held company, with a team of over 80 employees allocated to 5 locations in Europe and the US, advises its customers on solving challenges in proving that the software inside a microcontroller or microprocessor will do what it was built to do. iSYSTEM tools can detect software errors and help to correct them thus making embedded systems safer to use in versatile applications of different industries. For more information visit www.isystem.com or follow us on www.linkedin.com/company/isystemtools and www.youtube.com/user/iSYSTEMEmbedded.