Creating a connected device that employs cellular and Wi-Fi connectivity involves a lot of pain points. Modem technology
for embedded systems is evolving quickly, creating demand for flexible system designs that can rapidly support the latest
cellular or Wi-Fi communications hardware. This webinar examines the challenges of implementing wireless connectivity in
an embedded system and explores how they can be addressed by leveraging lessons learned and by using software frameworks
developed for smartphones and other mobile devices.

Attend this webinar to learn about:

  • Applications that stand to benefit the most from wireless connectivity
  • Challenges and complexity of bringing connectivity to embedded systems
  • Potential security and privacy risks introduced by wireless connectivity, including unauthorized access and unencrypted
    data transfer
  • The benefits of creating flexible products that easily accommodate advances in modem technology

Who should attend:

Software developers, software engineering managers, and others involved in building connected embedded systems.

Karen Bachman
Director of QNX Wireless Framework

Karen Bachman has worked in the telecommunications industry for 18 years as an embedded software engineer and engineering manager. Her experience includes roles in software development, systems engineering, architecture and engineering project management for cellular chipset design and cellular consumer products. She is currently the director of the QNX Wireless Framework team, responsible for the definition and delivery of wireless support to QNX customers.

Léo Forget
OS Product Manager, QNX Software Systems

Léo Forget has over 25 years’ experience as a software developer, design manager, project manager, and product manager in a variety of industries, including telecommunications, automotive, imaging, and geographic information systems. He is currently the product manager responsible the QNX OS and Tools portfolio at QNX Software Systems, where he is responsible for product roadmaps and introducing new technology to market.