eSOL will participate in Arm Tech Symposia 2017 in China, Korea, Taiwan and Japan.

eSOL showcases the following RTOS and tools demonstrations:

  • Audio dash board
  • Secure real-time operating system
  • eBinder Integrated development environment

An eSOL staff member will make a speech titled "Secure RTOS Solutions for Connected Cars" in Shanghai, Taipei and Seoul.

Event information

eSOL will participate in the following cities. Please visit the listed Arm website for free registration.

Taiwan
Taipei
Date/Time Wednesday, November 1
Location Taipei Sheraton Hotel
Hsinchu
Date/Time Thursday, November 2
Location Hsinchu Ambassador Hotel

China
Shanghai
Date/Time Monday, November 6
Location Kerry Hotel Pudong
Shenzhen
Date/Time Friday, November 10
Location The Ritz-Carlton, Shenzhen China

Korea
Date/Time Tuesday, November 28
Location INTERCONTINENTAL SEOUL COEX, Harmony Ballroom (B1), Seoul, Korea

Japan
Date/Time Friday, December 8
Location Tokyo Conference Center Shinagawa, Tokyo, Japan

  • The official Arm Tech Symposia 2017 Japan website will be launched soon.

Speech information


City/Date/Time Taipei: Wednesday, Nov 1, 3:00 PM-3:30 PM, Track D
Shanghai: Monday, Nov. 6, 3:00 PM-3:30 PM, Track B (Smart Emedded/IoT)
Seoul: Tuesday, Nov. 28, 2:50 PM-3:20 PM, Track C
Title Secure RTOS Solutions for Connected Cars
AbstractWith the advancement of connected cars in this IoT era, we can foresee that automobiles will be a complex hub of inter-connected systems. The demand for security is one of the key points in this area. The rising need for automotive systems communicate and coordinate with each other, on both in-vehicle operations and off-vehicle as well.

This speech will highlight on the latest technology on scalable real-time operating system platform which covers a variety of automotive systems from electronic cockpit, heads-up displays (HUD), to control ECUs and autonomous driving.

This speech will also cover on secure solutions on confidentiality, integrity and availability. These features include security at RTOS-level, and hardware-level such as TrustZone implemented on Armv8-M against cyber-attacks.