December 04, 2018
This week, Collaborans will be taking part, and speaking, in this year's ESE Kongress, "the only German-language convention with an exclusive and extensive focus on the manifold issues and challenges with respect to the development of device and system software for industrial applications, automotive engineering, automation, drives, measurement systems, communication systems as well as consumer electronics and medical devices."'
Taking place from December 3 to 7 at the Congress Center in Sindelfingen (near Stuttgart), the event attracts more than 1,200 attendees, making it Germany's largest congress for professional embedded software engineering!
Lubosz Sarnecki and Christoph Haag will be in attendance, with the former also giving a talk (in German) during the week. You'll find the details of his presentation below. Please reach out if you would like to meet with either of them during the conference.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Although the field of Virtual and Augmented Reality has existed since the 1990s, in recent years we have seen a rapid market-driven development in this interdisciplinary field. Although historically proprietary, it enjoys an enthusiastic community of open source hackers and companies developing free drivers and middleware. Open standardization efforts are currently underway by the Khronos Group. This talk gives an overview of open source XR history and its future.
Please visit the ESE Kongress website for the full schedule.
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