Embedded devices are now expected to have user interface (UI) features commonly found on consumer mobile devices or gaming consoles. These features include full multimedia, 3D, speech recognition, smartphone integration, and even web / cloud connectivity.

Whether it’s an automotive infotainment system, a marine head unit, a printer or a medical device, designers and developers need a reliable UI and operating system (OS) platform to deliver a high-performance and feature-rich user experience. This webinar will discuss some of these trends in embedded UIs and the power of Qt 5 and the QNX OS.

Join Grant Courville, Director of Product Marketing at QNX Software Systems and Till Adam, Director services, KDAB for a discussion on creating compelling user experiences in embedded devices across a variety of markets.

Grant Courville, Director, Product Management, QNX
As director of product management, Grant Courville is responsible for directing QNX Software Systems’ worldwide product strategy across a broad range of markets, including automotive, industrial, M2M, and medical. His 25 years of experience in the embedded industry includes 20 years with QNX in a wide range of roles in software development, engineering management, application engineering, sales and services.

Grant’s QNX experience is complemented by prior leadership positions in marketing with Curtiss-Wright Controls and Tilcon Software. He is a graduate of St. Lawrence College in Microcomputer Engineering Technology and has extensive MBA-level training in marketing, finance, and management.

Till Adam, Director Services, KDAB
Originally from a liberal arts background, Till Adam is a long time contributor to several Open Source technologies and a veteran of Qt consulting. He has taught Qt and its advanced use to individuals and organizations across the world and helped architect, implement, debug and profile a wide variety of applications across many different domains. Till is responsible for services at KDAB, frequently presents and occasionally publishes on technical and non-technical topics. He lives in Berlin.