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A Busy Schedule Ahead!

by Emma Adby

If you have a passion for Ada, need more information on our technology or would just like to have a chat, there are a couple of upcoming events where we'd love to meet up. What's more, we'll be launching our brand new product QGen at Embedded World!

Embedded World runs Feb 24th-26th and takes place at the Nuremberg Exhibition Centre in Germany. If you haven't already been, it is billed as a "leading international conference focusing exclusively on embedded technologies". It rarely disappoints and reflects trends in the sector with around 900 exhibitors and many thousands of visitors. AdaCore will be exhibiting in hall 4 stand 149.

Our second interesting event actually falls on the same date (Feb 24th-26th)! The Certification Together conference is held every two years in Toulouse, France. Presented as "a unique opportunity to meet a top-level panel of more than 300 international experts and specialists from aeronautical companies, Certification Authorities, experts and training companies, subcontractors, solution suppliers, engineering schools and R&D labs" it also very much worth a visit.

At both conference, AdaCore staff will be happy to present our new tool QGen, a qualifiable and customizable code generator producing Ada (SPARK-compliant) and C (MISRA C-compliant) from Simulink and Stateflow models. It is particularly suited for usage in regulated industries by organizations who develop high-integrity real-time applications with Simulink/Stateflow and who want to decrease their V&V costs on generated source code.

We look forward to seeing you at either one!

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About Emma Adby

Emma Adby

Emma Adby is the Managing Director of AdaCore Ltd. After co-leading the global marketing team for a number of years, she now manages marketing, financial, legal and HR business operations for AdaCore’s new UK technical centre-of-excellence. Emma also works to advocate for increased adoption and wider use of the Ada and SPARK languages globally by coordinating community centric activities and resources.