Viksut vekottimet

Time: 27.3.2013
Place: Tampere University of Technology

Viksut Vekottimet (Intelligent Machines) is a free seminar at Tampere University of Technology. It's aimed for professional developers and everyone else working in control system software development. It will be organized on 27th of March 2013.

Embedded control systems have special characteristics, such as close dependency to hardware, strict real-time requirements, distribution, and long life-cycle of the products. In addition, standards and regulations dictate how functional safety should be taken into account. This makes the development of control systems challenging. Usually, control system developers need to tackle the common challenges: testing and simulation, subcontracting, life-cycle and configuration management, agile software development, etc.

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Programme

 

08:45 Opening
  Kari Systä, TUT patterns group
09:00 Speed and Innovation through Architecture
  Professor Jan Bosch, Chalmers University of Technology
   
09:45 Coffee
   
10:15 Data Distribution Service (DDS) for Real-Time Systems
  CTO Angelo Corsaro, Prismtech
11:00 Experiences in Platform Approach in Machine Control Systems
  Arttu Rantanen, Sandvik Mining & Construction
11:30 Testing and Simulations in Machine Control Systems
  Markku Pusenius, Creanex
   
12:00 Lunch Break
   
13:00 Agile Software Development in Machine Control Systems Domain
  Antti Pohjonen & Tuomas Susi, Kone & KnowIt
13:30 Recent Learning in Cargotec and FIMECC Duties
  Jari Hämäläinen, Cargotec
14:00 Case Juhlapesu: Implementation of an Intelligent Car Wash Service
  Anssi Kuutti, Vincit
   
14:30 Coffee
   
15:00 Content Management over Product's Life Cycle
  Pasi Ahola, Taipuva Consulting
15:30 Lightning talks
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Viksut Vekottimet (Intelligent Machines) is a free seminar at Tampere University of Technology. It's aimed for professional developers and everyone else working in control system software development. It will be organized on 27th of March 2013.

Embedded control systems have special characteristics, such as close dependency to hardware, strict real-time requirements, distribution, and long life-cycle of the products. In addition, standards and regulations dictate how functional safety should be taken into account. This makes the development of control systems challenging. Usually, control system developers need to tackle the common challenges: testing and simulation, subcontracting, life-cycle and configuration management, agile software development, etc.