The company will be exhibiting alongside Siemens ALM (Application Lifecycle Management) Polarion, another division of its parent company, sharing Booth 4-643 in Hall 4 of the Messe.
Alongside the just-announced enhancements to Mentor Embedded Linux (full story here), the company’s other key focus areas at EmbeddedWorld will include:
- The Nucleus RTOS.
- Heterogeneous multicore software for Linux, RTOS, hypervisor, graphics and tools
- Multi-cloud edge and device solutions (Azure, AWS)
- Automotive audio bus (A2B) test solutions
- Autonomous driving simulation and validation
- Comprehensive AUTOSAR Development
Mentor experts will also be on hand at the booth to discuss functional safety and verification, and printed circuit board design.
EmbeddedWorld technical program
Mentor will present seven papers across the EmbeddedWorld technical program:
Tuesday, February 26
Introduction to OpenAMP: An Open Source Standard and API for Asymmetric Multiprocessing Systems (Track: OS Basics. Time: 09:30AM – 10:00AM)
How to Measure RTOS Performance (Track: OS Basics. Time: 11:30AM – 12:00PM)
Writing Reliable Code with MISRA C (Track: MISRA I. Time: 12:00PM-12:30PM)
Wednesday, February 27
Accelerating Embedded Inferencing (Track: Intelligent Systems IV – Development Methods. Time: 10:00AM – 10:30AM)
Understanding the Safe Move to Intended Functionality in Autonomy (Track: Intelligent Systems III – Autonomous Driving. Time: 12:00PM – 12:30PM)
Thursday, February 28
Self-testing in Embedded Systems (Track: Software Engineering IV – Software Testing. Time: 09:30AM – 10:00AM)
Consistent Test Reuse across MIL-SIL-HIL in a Model-Driven Development Workflow (Track: Software Engineering IV Software Testing. Time: 12:00PM – 12:30PM)