Nokia’s Qt Group is one of the early starters at Embedded Live
Whether you are interested in embedded software, open source operating systems or hardware there will be much of interest for you at Embedded Live.
Companies are already signing up to take part in the Embedded Live Conference and exhibition at Earls Court in October.
Already on the exhibitor list is the Qt Development Frameworks group within Nokia, which is responsible for developing, marketing, selling and supporting Qt.
Qt is a cross-platform application and UI framework which can be used to write web-enabled applications and deploy them across desktop, mobile and embedded operating systems without rewriting the source code.
Also taking part at the exhibtion will be –
High Integrity Solutions
Viking Modular Solutions, Sanmina-SCI
WITTENSTEIN High Integrity Systems
Embedded Live is expected to host more than 100 companies when it takes place on 20-21 October 2010 at the Earls Court in London.
Also at Embedded Live will be:
Pebble Bay Consulting, a specialist developer of real-time operating systems, BSPs and device drivers, to middleware and beyond.
Feabhas is a training and services company specialising in the field of real-time embedded development.
Pico Technology, the well-known supplier of PC-based test equipment and data acquisition systems.
The technical conference will have papers on engineering topics ranging from hardware design, development and test to embedded software, firmware to application development, open source and real-time.
The Embedded Live Exhibition and Conference brings together the EE Times Group’s Embedded Systems Conference and Electronics Weekly Live, organised by Reed Business Information.