Geneva, 13 November 2019
Embedded software development is at a crossroads. Traditional development techniques that have worked so well for decades are now stretched beyond their limits by the demands of the Internet of Things. Many embedded systems creators are looking for new solutions, but there is a lack of acceptable options. On one hand, Linux, and other de-facto standard systems, appeal to software developers but are often prohibitively expensive to deploy in products. On the other hand, silicon manufacturers and independent software developers offer innovative software libraries for low-cost hardware, but these are too often short-lived proprietary solutions limited to a single silicon family.
– Patrick Luthi. Ecma Secretary General and Secretary of Technical Committee TC53 on ECMAScript Modules for Embedded Systems
– Peter Hoddie. Chair of TC53 on ECMAScript Modules for Embedded Systems, CEO and Co-founder of Moddable
– Takashi Uehara. CEO of Japan Digital Design exploring the impact of IoT technology on Financial Technology (FinTech)
– Lizzie Prader. Co-founder of Moddable and leading developer of touchscreen user interfaces for embedded systems
The seminar will take place on 11 December 2019 in Tokyo, Shinagawa (JR-Shinagawa East Building) and is kindly hosted by Hitachi. The attendance to the seminar is open to Ecma members and non-members and is free to attend. However, seats are limited and participants should send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with their full name and affiliation as soon as possible.
For more information: please contact Patrick Luthi, Secretary General of Ecma International at email@example.com.