eSOL will be participating in TRON Symposium - TRONSHOW - as a special sponsor.
eSOL CTO Masaki Gondo will discuss with Dr. Dirk Ziegenbein of Bosch Research regarding "Open Approach and Collaboration in Embedded Systems Development" at eSOL Special International Session.
Ken Sakamura who is Ken a dean of INIAD, Toyo University and a director of YRP Ubiquitous Networking Laboratory will be in charge of a coordinator of this session.
■ 2019 TRON Symposium -TRONSHOW-
||December 11 - 13, 2019
||Tokyo Midtown Hall [Midtown East B1F]
■ eSOL Special International Session
||Thursday, December 12, 14:45 - 15:45
||"Open Approach and Collaboration in Embedded Systems Development"
|Content||Open approach and collaboration in the software development of the IoT has become very important. Mr. Gondo, CTO of eSOL who has been involved in TRON Project since its inception and Dr. Dirk Ziegenbein of Bosch Research discuss many topics such as standardization, development methods and fostering human resources.
|Coordinator||Ken Sakamura (Dean of INIAD, Toyo University, Director of YRP Ubiquitous Networking Laboratory) |
||Masaki Gondo (CTO and GM Technology Headquarters, eSOL Co., Ltd.)
Dr. Dirk Ziegenbein (Department of Corporate Research, Robert Bosch GmbH)
* Simultaneous Interpretation