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Wednesday, August 29 • 2:00pm - 2:45pm
Linux and Erlang: The Perfect Match for the Connected Embedded Space - Magnus Feuer, Feuerlabs

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The increasing complexity of today's connected devices creates a new set of requirements on remote management and fault tolerance. The problems of doing secure, reliable and efficient mobile communication paired with remote maintenance are often severely underestimated, thus ending up consuming a large portion of the development budget. Linux + Erlang is a powerful combination with built in fault tolerance, upgrade procedures, distributed programming and a strong affinity for mobile communication. The speech goes through the problem set and how Linux/Erlang can be used to solve it. The audience are embedded developers and manager interested in where the connected devices field is heading, and how Linux/Erlang can help them lower their development cost and risk exposure in this area. Attending people are expected to have basic knowledge about embedded systems and mobile communication.


Speakers
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Magnus Feuer, Feuerlabs, Inc.

Magnus Feuer has over 15 years experience developing carrier infrastructure software deployed around the globe. His telco work allowed him to delve deeply into the realms of telematics, where he was the lead developer behind Volvo\'s US telematics server and numerous other projects. Magnus has also worked directly with automotive electronics on everything from high-end racing to stock vehicles. He is currently chairman and CTO of Feuerlabs, Inc.


Wednesday August 29, 2012 2:00pm - 2:45pm
Marina 2