Wind River to present IoT keynote at Embedded World 2015

Wind River, a company delivering software for intelligent connected systems, will deliver a keynote, present industry sessions, and exhibit at Embedded World 2015 in Nuremberg, Germany. The company will focus on Internet of Things (IoT) technologies and trends and the associated opportunities and challenges. Presentations, product demonstrations, and live customer applications at the Wind River booth will widely reflect this theme.

In the keynote, chief strategy officer Gareth Noyes will discuss how end-to end solutions for the IoT bridge the intersection between information technology and devices, and the critical role software-based solutions like Network Functions Virtualisation (NFV) will play in this era of “software-defined everything.”

Wind River presentations at Embedded World 2015 will address the following emerging trends and pertinent industry challenges:

· New Security Perspectives and Challenges as Cloud and Embedded Merge: This session will address the new threats and their mitigations — including encryption, trust architectures, and embedded virtualization – that are introduced as these two worlds merge.

· “Can Linux-based IoT gateway solutions be secure?”: This presentation will discuss the security of Linux-based IoT gateways throughout the whole life-cycle of a device.

· Automotive Linux Security Fabric: This session will review the technologies commonly used to mitigate security risks, as well as the available implementations of those technologies within the Linux ecosystem and the Yocto GENIVI Baseline.

· Continuous Integration (CI) for Embedded Systems using Simulation: This presentation will explore how a virtual platform and simulation approach can enable an effective CI setup allowing virtual and continuous integration and test for even very complex embedded systems.

“The emerging era of ‘software-defined everything,’ marked by transformative forces such as IoT and NFV, are transforming our industry and pushing the pace of innovation across market segments,” said Gareth Noyes, chief strategy officer at Wind River. “Embedded World provides an ideal forum for the industry to come together to discuss this evolving embedded landscape, and we look forward to leading conversations around key industry topics that address this increasingly connected world.”

Wind River will be showcasing technologies from its end-to-end product portfolio for IoT, illustrating how its software addresses the management of intelligent devices at the edge, to the gateway, into the network, and up into the cloud.

Embedded World is the biggest European exhibition on embedded systems. This annual summit is the meeting point of a whole industry, bringing together developers, manufacturers, distributors, and more. The Embedded World exhibition and conference focus on the latest trends and major current embedded technology topics, including innovations in hardware, software, and development tools for automotive, energy, telecommunication, military, medical, aerospace, industrial, and consumer electronics markets.

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