Creating a modern HMI involves integrating a number of different pieces of software – each typically running in a separate process with dedicated screen real estate. Developing a seamless HMI becomes an obvious challenge.

Join us as we explore how the composition manager (an OpenKode conformant API) in QNX Neutrino RTOS 6.4.1 can help you build a polished HMI from the software building blocks you have, that looks like a single tightly integrated application.

Estimated length: 1 hour, including Q & A.

Who should attend: This seminar is best suited for engineers, embedded software developers and user interface designers in the embedded industry.

Prerequisites: There are no prerequisites for this session.

Andy Gryc, Product Marketing Manager, QNX Software Systems

Andy Gryc has been a software developer and designer for over 20 years. He's worked at companies large and small with a diverse range of responsibilities in embedded software development and consulting. His accomplishments include: Designer of the HP100LX/HP200LX palmtop database and GUI, and the HP Omnibook Notebook BIOS; and the lead embedded software architect at OnStar. Andy has held the position of World-wide Automotive Field Application Engineer and currently works as Product Marketing Manager, both at QNX Software Systems.

Paul Streatch, Manager, Middleware Applications, QNX Software Systems

Paul Streatch is the manager of the QNX middleware graphics and
application teams where he guides the designers involved in the QNX port
and support of Adobe Flash Lite 3. Prior to joining QNX Software
Systems, Paul spent over 20 years honing his skills in software design,
architecture, and development management (particularly in embedded video
recording and vector-based graphics) at various companies such as March
Networks and Corel. Paul holds a Master of Computer Science degree from
the Technical University of Nova Scotia (now part of Dalhousie