Data-related strategies, software design for intelligent devices
Eugene Buechele, CTO and VP of customer engineering for Encirq Corp. , will speak at the ARM Developers’ Conference 2005, held Oct. 4-6, in Santa Clara, CA. Encirq is a developer of high-performance data management solutions for embedded systems,
Buechele will address: “Data Management Strategies for Telematics Applications,” on Oct. 6. The session will examine the growing variety of data sources and integration issues as well as focus on data management strategies and technologies for reducing the cost and time to develop data-centric telematics applications within demanding timelines.
Buechele works directly with customers and was recently recognized as one of the 25 Most Influential CTOs by InfoWorld Magazine . He has held senior executive positions overseeing development of embedded systems at HP, Verifone, 3Com, Communications Solutions Inc., and Intel.
According to market research firm, Venture Development Corp., lines of software code are growing at about 26% annually while the number of embedded developers is increasing at just 8% per year. So there is a need for new, innovative, technologies and methods to help them meet today’s demanding production schedules.
— Richard Phelps, senior editor, Control Engineering
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