Embedded Safety & Security Summit (ESSS) Announces Keynote, Speaker Line-up for the 3rd Edition of its Annual Conference

Embedded Safety & Security Summit (ESSS), the annual technology conference focusing on the development of the embedded industry ecosystem, an initiative by LDRA Technology Private Limited, has announced the first round of the speaker line-up for its 2017 conference. The 3rd edition of the conference will be held on August 22, 2017 in Bengaluru, India at the Hotel Park Plaza.

With the theme ‘Are we Secured to be Safe?’, the conference will address all aspects of the embedded industry, providing developers and testing experts with innovative strategies and best practices on how to build safer, more secure critical systems to better reach and serve their users.

The extensive conference speaker line-up includes: Dr. Mike Hennell, one of the leading embedded visionaries, the founder of LDRA and the principal architect of the LDRA tool suite. Mike is an active member of both the MISRA C and C++ committees, as well as the international committee developing and promoting the avionics software standard, DO-178C.

In addition to the technical workshops, the conference offers industry-focused sessions under aerospace and defence and automotive tracks. These tracks will be led by expert speakers, including: Gunther Siegel, VP – Engineering, ANSYS France SAS; Chris Tapp, Chairman – MISRA C++ Committee, LDRA UK; Teddy Zhai, Security Solution Architect, Green Hills Software and proficient leaders from Honeywell, Intel, ETAS and LDRA.

“This is our 3rd year providing embedded community with the most comprehensive educational forum available, delivering vital knowledge and technology for building safe embedded systems,” noted Ian Hennell, Operations Director, LDRA-UK. “The conference offers real development and testing solutions for today’s embedded marketplace, as it brings together the expertise and upfront discussion that will help companies to create future-driven embedded systems, while increasing the safety and security aspects for their users.”

To register or learn more about Embedded Safety & Security Summit (ESSS) 2017, visit website www.embedded-safety-security.com