LDRA, in collaboration with industry partners and associations, today announced that the seventh edition of the Embedded Safety & Security Summit (ESSS) 2022 will be held June 15. With the theme “Designing Embedded Systems with Agility, Quality, Safety & Security,” the conference and expo will be virtual for the second year in a row. This will enable even more to be involved in developing, testing and certifying mission-critical embedded systems to learn about the latest technological advancements.
With the ongoing effort to empower the embedded community and reach out to a global audience, ESSS 2022 comes with exclusive technical sessions, an interactive online platform and the right mix of industry peers for networking. The event focuses on four industry tracks: Aerospace & Defence, Automotive, Industrial and Medical.
“Whether in person or virtual, ESSS enables us to continue our efforts to support the safety- and security-critical embedded industry,” said Ian Hennell, Director – Operation, LDRA. “This comprehensive forum educates and informs the community about technological advancements and the need to build quality into future systems.”
ESSS 2022 will include engaging and informative content, including a panel discussion, “Standards Driven Development in an Agile World.” It will also include industry keynote sessions, and technical sessions addressing all genres in the embedded community, ranging from software engineers, decision-makers, certified professionals to representatives from government and regulatory bodies.
According to Shinto Joseph, Director – South East Asia Operation, LDRA, and Convener of ESSS, “ESSS 2022 will gather leaders from across government, technology innovation, business and standard bodies to present the state of the practice and innovations that assist professionals in leveraging intelligent technologies. The panel discussion on standards-driven development in an agile world will be especially valuable, as it specifically ‘addresses the imminent issues faced by many upcoming industries, including EVs, UAVs, IIoTs, autonomous systems, etc.”