‘Tech Days 2018’

 


Tech Days 2018 ‘Building reliability, safety and security into complex software & systems’

Dedicated Systems in conjunction with its suppliers and technology partners is pleased to announce our 3rd annual Tech Days events to be held in Brisbane and Adelaide. Tech Days has been designed as a way to provide up to date information to software and systems engineers, systems architects, hardware engineers, project managers and researchers involved in the design and build of highly complex systems, with performance, reliability, safety or security requirements.

Subject matter experts from leading technology companies will be presenting and be available throughout the day to discuss your applications and answer any queries you may have.

If you are unable to make it to Tech Days but would like a visit or a call from one of our suppliers, please contact us at team@dedicatedsystems.com.au or (08) 8299 9333 to arrange.

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Tech Days Registration Form

REGISTRATIONS NOW OPEN FOR TECH DAYS 2018.

Please register for all seminars you will be attending





Brisbane 20/March

Adelaide 23/March

Brisbane 20/March
Adelaide 23/March

Brisbane - 21/March

Adelaide - 22/March

AGENDA 2018

Brisbane – Rydges, South Bank

20th March 2018

8.30am
Exhibition and Registration

 

8.45am
Welcome and Introduction – John Salerno, Dedicated Systems

 

9.00am
Under the Hood of Advanced Static Analysis – Dr. Paul Anderson, GrammaTech

 

9:50am
Safety and Security for Autonomous Drive – Dr. Howard Wang, RTI

 

10:30am
Morning Tea

 

10:50am
Guaranteeing Software Quality Through Formal Verification – Eric Perlade, AdaCore

 

11:40am
Multi-core and the Challenges of Certification – Kiran Kumar, Wind River

 

12:30pm
Lunch (sponsored by Wind River)

 

1:15pm
Enabling the Use of GPUs and SoCs in Safety Critical Avionics Systems – Lee Brown, CoreAVI

 

2:00pm
Effective Requirements Management as a Foundation for ALM – Kevin Hansen, Polarion ALM / Siemens

 

2:45pm
Developing Autonomous Systems with MATLAB and Simulink – Alex Shin, MathWorks

 

3:15pm
Code-based Security for the Internet of Things – Dr Paul Anderson,
GrammaTech

 

Adelaide – Tech Park, Mawson Lakes

23rd March 2018

8.30am
Exhibition and Registration

 

8.45am
Welcome and Introduction – John Salerno, Dedicated Systems

 

9.00am
Under the Hood of Advanced Static Analysis – Dr. Paul Anderson, GrammaTech

 

9:50am
Safety and Security for Autonomous Drive – Dr. Howard Wang, RTI

 

10:30am
Morning Tea

 

10:50am
Guaranteeing Software Quality Through Formal Verification – Eric Perlade, AdaCore

 

11:40am
Multi-core and the Challenges of Certification – Kiran Kumar, Wind River

 

12:30pm
Lunch (sponsored by Wind River)

 

1:15pm
Enabling the Use of GPUs and SoCs in Safety Critical Avionics Systems – Lee Brown, CoreAVI

 

2:00pm
Effective Requirements Management as a Foundation for ALM – Kevin Hansen, Polarion ALM / Siemens

 

2:45pm
Developing Autonomous Systems with MATLAB and Simulink – Alex Shin, MathWorks

 

3:15pm
Code-based Security for the Internet of Things – Dr Paul Anderson,
GrammaTech

 

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