System, Software, SoC and Silicon Debug Conference
S4D 2011 Workshop
March 14, 2011
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Embedded systems and software complexity is rapidly increasing; from one processor to ten or more, from thousands of lines of code to millions. Embedded systems debug capabilities must scale with this exponential growth in system complexity.
Without your research and innovation in embedded system debug, the time to discover and root-cause issues in increasingly complex system will grow as well. This extra time will delay product shipments and threaten to decrease the overall quality of the system when it is released. In today’s competitive marketplace, fortune or failure is often determined by time-to-market and quality. Effective embedded debug and debug automation is a cornerstone of success.
Come present research, tools, or methodologies that help eliminate bugs embedded in hardware and/or software at any stage of product development. Potential topics include market/human research on trends in debug requirements for developers of embedded systems and standardization activities for debug and debug automation.
This workshop brings together users, solution provider and academia with an interest in debugging of embedded systems.
The topics cover the full range of system debugging from specification to application with a special focus on multi-core and debug automation.
Presentations of interest at this event are covering needs and requirements for innovations in debugging, methodologies and standards to make embedded hardware and software more reliable and easy to debug.
World Trade Center
Centre de Congrès et Seminaire
7 Place Robert Schuman
38000 Grenoble, France