UK-based training company Feabhas is organizing a one-day conference on using agile development techniques for embedded systems as they being to permeate safety-critical projects as well as consumer.
The Agile for Embedded Conference takes place on 3 May at Easthampstead Park, Berkshire. The conference is aimed at senior engineers and managers responsible for the development of embedded systems, as well as at embedded developers and engineers with an interest in agile practices.
Using a mix of keynote sessions, user experiences, vendor presentations, and an exhibition, the day will review modern agile practices in the context of embedded development, share experiences of using agile in this context, as well as stimulate discussion around agile development and the specific challenges of being agile in an embedded environment.
Presentations from Altran, Ericsson Television, and Dyson will provide a picture of how agile practices are being used in high-integrity and consumer embedded systems.
Niall Cooling, MD at Feabhas, said: “Whilst there are a number of conferences dedicated to agile and Scrum, content dedicated to looking at agile from an embedded systems development perspective is much more scarce. As a result, we have had increasing interest from both customers and other contacts who are either currently using agile or who are interested in using agile, in embedded systems development.”
Registration is at: https://agile-for-embedded.eventbrite.co.uk. The Agile for Embedded Conference is sponsored by Imperas, QA Systems, SDC, and Altran.