Feabhas to Present at UK Reliable Software Developers' Conference
Feabhas to help present a half-day workshop introducing the MISRA C:2012 software coding standard for reliable and safety critical systems
|Feabhas - Embedded software development experts|
|UK Conference for Reliable and Safety Critical Software|
Embedded software development experts Feabhas have announced that they will be co-presenting a half-day workshop that will explore the concepts and thinking behind the latest MISRA C coding standard.
Niall Cooling, Director of Feabhas, will introduce the new MISRA C:2012 Coding Guidelines. He will outline the prerequisites for using MISRA C:2012 and highlight the main differences with the previous MISRA C:2004. By analysing some key rules, attendees for this presentation will receive a valuable insight from an independent perspective, as to what this new standard really means for software developers.
The RSD Conference is a one day event for software developers working in the field of safety critical software, high-availability systems and dependable systems. It will be an important opportunity to learn about developments in coding standards, test and verification tools, best practices and an opportunity to meet with industry experts.
The RSD Conference will take place in four locations: Bristol, Cambridge, Manchester and Scotland on the 20th, 22nd May, and 3rd and 5th June respectively.
"We are very pleased to be presenting at the RSD Conference," said Niall Cooling." As software code has become bigger, is running faster and is ever more complex, there is a lot of pressure on engineers and programmers to ensure its reliability. We are looking forward to sharing some of our knowledge and experience in this field, at the event."
The RSD Conference will give delegates an opportunity to listen to engineers and programmers experienced in Certification standards such as IEC 62304 (medical), ISO 26262 (automotive), IEC 61508 (industrial control) and EN 50128 ( railway), in addition to the half-day workshop covering MISRA C:2012.
The RSD Conference will be co-located with the UK Device Developers' Conference, providing further opportunity for delegates to meet with experts in realtime and embedded system design, and a chance to explore technologies such as cyber security, version control, high availability hardware solutions and realtime OS's.
"We are very pleased to have Feabhas onboard for this Conference”, said Richard Blackburn, Conference Manager. “Feabhas are a respected leader in the provision of MISRA C training, working with technology companies all over the world. Niall Cooling is a renowned and informative presenter, with a wealth of real world knowledge."
MISRA C is regarded as the de facto standard for embedded C programming in the majority of safety-related industries, and is also used to improve software quality, even where safety is not the main consideration. The MISRA C:2012 workshop will also be presented by Chris Hills of Phaedrus Systems and Chris Tapp of LDRA, both of whom are experienced and respected leaders in this field.
There is a charge of £75 for attendance at the RSD Conference. More information and registration details can be found at www.rsd-conference.co.uk
About the RSD-Conference
The RSD Conference is a one-day event for software developers working in the field of safety critical and high-availability systems. It will be an important opportunity to learn about developments in coding standards, test and verification tools, best practices and an opportunity to meet with industry experts.
This year’s event is taking place over four days in four locations throughout the UK: Bristol on 20th May, Cambridge on 22nd May, Manchester on 3rd June and Scotland on 5th June – www.rsd-conference.co.uk
Feabhas is a specialist in real time embedded software development competence, providing assessment, training and consulting. Based in the UK, Feabhas was formed in 1995 and has trained over 10,000 engineers worldwide to date.
The Feabhas mission is to improve the quality of the embedded software development process and thus reduce software development times and costs. As an ARM Approved Training Centre and provider of ARM Accreditation Training, Feabhas is one of only two ARM accredited training partners that offers ARM Accredited Engineer (AAE) programmes in Asia, the Americas and Europe.
Feabhas improves the competence of embedded software developers through on-site team development, Public training for individual engineers, consultancy and mentoring, pre- and post-course assessment, bespoke curriculum creation, developing software standards e.g. DO-178C, ISO 26262, IEC 62304, EN 50128 etc., graduate training program and re-skilling from other disciplines. www.feabhas.com