A gathering of over 600 Embedded Safety and Security technology professionals came together on 23 July 2019 at Bengaluru, to be a part of the fifth Edition of ESSS, themed ‘Enabling a Safe and Secure Tomorrow’.
The bustling crowd was filled with embedded systems designers, developers, testers, technology partners, regulators, armed forces and industry experts from aerospace and defence, automotive and industrial sectors. ESSS 2019 is also scheduled on 25 July at Pune, where over 400 professionals are expected to come together.
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The event was organised by LDRA, with support from partners and industry bodies and featured over 20 speakers from five countries, who presented technical papers in two dedicated tracks.
Key speakers included Andrew Banks – Chairman MISRA C & BSI Software Testing Working Group, Technical Specialist LDRA UK, David A. Johnson – Senior Safety/Security Engineer, exida LLC USA, Dr. Eckhardt Holz – Senior Advisor Functional Safety, ANSYS Medini, Germany and Joachim Hampp – Product Architect, Tasking, Germany.
“It was a pleasure to host the fifth edition of ESSS in Bengaluru. Learning and networking have been an integral element of the whole summit. It was the prime focus this year too,” said Shinto Joseph, Director – South East Asia Operations, LDRA India. “It gave us an opportunity to interact and build relationships with the vibrant tech community in these two cities. With close to 1000 senior-level technology professional coming together, this year ESSS has become one of the largest technology conferences in our industry, globally.”
ESSS 2019 primary partners were Green Hills Software, WindRiver, ETAS, exida, Tasking, ANSYS, FTD, etc. The industry and professional bodies who supported ESSS included IESA, CLiK, SIATI, ARAI, AeSI, IEEE, ISA, etc.; media partners included Auto Tech Review, Aeromag Asia, Industrial Automation, EFY Group, Technology for you, eletimes and academic partner RV College of Engineering, made a huge difference in making this edition of ESSS a grand success.