Altia announces code generation support for its optimized software-rendered pipeline for NXP i.MX28. This target is a compelling option for those who want to use open source in their projects as it takes advantage of both GCC and Linux.
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Great news from Altia’s target engineering team!
Altia now offers code generation support for its optimized software-rendered pipeline for NXP i.MX28. This target is a compelling option for those who want to use open source in their projects as it takes advantage of both GCC and Linux.
Check out this new blog post that Altia’s own VP of Marketing, Jason Williamson, wrote for Embedded Computing Design.
I was talking to a medical device engineering manager the other day and, though I wasn’t sure why, we just weren’t seeing eye to eye. I was telling him that he really needs to invest more to get the GUI he was describing onto the low-end processor he wanted to use for an infusion product. By invest more, I mean more than he would if he were using a near-PC level piece of hardware. “But I want to spend less. That’s why I’m going with this cheaper part!”
“This was an “a-ha” moment for me. There’s hardware cost, and then there’s project cost.”
Altia is at Embedded World 2016 this week! Jason Williamson, our VP of Marketing, shared his Day 1 impressions from the show floor with the team at Embedded Computing Design.
Click to read Jason’s guest blog post on Embedded-Computing.com — “Embedded for the World“.
In the February issue of SAE Off-Highway Engineering, Terry Costlow takes on the topic of HMIs for off-highway vehicles in his article, “Looking for a better image: Display advances are helping to reduce operator fatigue.”
Costlow writes, “HMIs are the link to the functions that actually do the work, so they play a central role as equipment suppliers race to help operators do more work in less time.”
Altia will join automotive OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers including Bosch, Continental, Volvo and more on May 11-12 at the 1st International CTI Conference “Automotive HMI”.
This event will be held at Le Méridien Stuttgart in Stuttgart, Germany.
Presenters and attendees will spend two exciting days engaging in discussion around these important aspects of automotive HMI design and implementation:
User Interface Engineering company offers complimentary access to meet with Embedded HMI experts at premier industry event
Altia will join industry leaders from all over the world at embedded world 2016 Exhibition on February 23-25, 2016 in Nuremberg, Germany. With over 900 exhibitors at the event, this annual conference is sure to be a prime opportunity to explore new technologies from the best of embedded innovators in the industry.
Altia’s Technical Manager for Europe to run hands-on training of embedded GUI editor and graphics code generation software.
The UK Device Developers’ Conference 2016, an event for engineers and software developers working in the development of intelligent systems and devices, will take place April 27-28, 2016 near Cambridge. The conference will be co-located with H/WExpo, a conference for hardware developers.
Altia, a global leader in graphical user interface development software, has announced that it will be running a one-day workshop at this year’s event.
Altia has begun preparations for the UK Device Developers’ Conference 2016 — taking place at the The Belfry Hotel in Cambourne, UK on April 27-28, 2016!
This two-day event offers a wonderful opportunity to learn about the latest development technologies for embedded systems software and real-time computing and engage with experts from companies that are developing the next generation of tools and technologies.
Our team will participate in a variety of ways at this year’s event…
In just a few weeks, Altia will join almost 900 exhibitors from 42 countries for the premier embedded event of the year — embedded world Exhibition and Conference 2016! Located at the Exhibition Centre Nuremberg, embedded world 2016 will take place from Tuesday, February 23 to Thursday, February 25.