Overview:
Like many software developers who need a reliable RTOS from a vendor who is here to stay, you may be wondering about the long term viability of VxWorks. In this webinar, we will take a look at some of the risks that VxWorks-based projects may be faced with and suggest how QNX Software Systems could address those concerns. Leo Forget, product manager, along with Patrick Shelly, field application engineer, will outline how a logical and modular migration plan could be your best option. He will cover the phases of migration from assessment to porting and optimization, bearing in mind the need to minimize the cost and effort of the porting process. Join us and we will give you something to think about.


Estimated length: 1 hour, including Q & A.

Who should attend:
This one-hour seminar will be of interest to embedded software development managers, architects, and developers

Presenters:

Leo Forget has 23 years of industry experience, primarily in the telecommunications and automotives industries. Prior to joining QNX, he served in various roles, including Director of Software Development, Senior Product Architect, Product Development Manager, and Project Manager, at companies such as Bell Canada, CrossKeys, and Innovance. He currently works at QNX as a Product Manager.

Patrick Shelly BSEE, BSCS, MSCS, has been involved with embedded systems in the automotive industry for well over 20 years, with a particular interest in software architecture, and software development processes. His experience includes power train control systems at Ford Motor Company, and vehicle stability control systems at TRW Automotive. Pat has served in a consulting role for many new automotive projects globally, frequently presents at professional organization events, and has delivered many operating systems and development tools training classes worldwide. Pat is Field Applications Engineer at QNX Software Systems where current research involves multicore processors, distributed and consolidated systems in automotive architecture, and operating systems standards.