MES SUMMER SCHOOL ON INTRODUCTION TO MODEL-BASED SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT
Date: June 12 - 16, 2017
Location: avendi Hotel Griebnitzsee, Potsdam-Babelsberg (next to Berlin) | Germany
Training language: English
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Model-based development of embedded systems is a mature technology to create technical software applications with high quality and efficiency. The MES Summer School "Introduction to Model-based Software Development of Embedded Systems" gives a comprehensive introduction to this technology applied in the automotive and automation industry, among others.
Starting from elicitation and management of requirements, through the definition of architectures and the design of a model structure, the program provides an introduction to modeling. Particular attention will be paid to static and dynamic quality assurance methods to ensure that the models are the source of high quality software suitable for safety-critical systems.
By applying all relevant process steps during our hands-on sessions you will face all the typical challenges of modeling safety-critical systems. This will prepare you for the application of relevant process steps to your own projects. The small training group allowing individual supervision, the experienced training team, and a relaxed atmosphere will enable you to learn all that is necessary for safeguarding your safety-critical embedded software.
To complete the picture, we will present recommendations of applicable standards in the field such as IEC 61508, ISO 26262, and ASPICE. The MES Summer School provides an easy entry, as well as a comprehensive overview on model-based development of embedded systems that is relevant to everybody.
The workshop is designed for developers, testers, quality managers, project managers, and team leaders, whose focus is model-based development of safety-critical embedded software using MATLAB®/Simulink® in combination with Embedded Coder® or dSPACE TargetLink®. Only basic modeling knowledge with Simulink® and Stateflow® is assumed.