Development for the Internet of Things (IoT) is expanding at a rapid pace thanks to the growth of investments in industrial markets.
According to a recent IoT survey, more than 75 percent of developers said their organization is either, developing and deploying IoT solutions, or plans to do so within the next year.
That’s why continuing education and training remain key areas of what’s important to designers and implementers today.
And the Embedded Technologies Conference and Expo provides just that — more than 100 hours of unparalleled education and training covering embedded systems, the Internet of Things, connectivity, edge computing, artificial intelligence and machine learning.
Attendees at this year’s event, scheduled for June 25-27 in San Jose, Ca, will have the opportunity to see various exhibitors including HCL’s RealTime Software Tooling, RTist — an Eclipse-based tool that provides developers with a canvas to minimize the complexity of designing and maintaining real-time applications.
With RTist, developers have the ability to visualize the complexity of design, generate executable code and run, test and debug, using visual models.
And from a business perspective, it allows a development team to reuse its assets (models) across multiple customers with similar business and industry solutions.
RTist Capabilities and Benefits
Design at higher abstraction level than code
Building executables any way
Support for small and large-scale agile teams
Installing, customizing and publishing made easy
Ability to mix graphics and code for application design
High-level debugging for design verification and failure detection
Stop by the HCL booth 1829 at the conference to try out RTist and see what else we are up to in the world of embedded-system technologies, distributed intelligence and all things IoT.
Click here to learn more about RTist.
WHAT: Embedded Technologies Conference and Expo
WHERE: San Jose, Ca
WHEN: June 26-27, 2019
HCL Booth #1829