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Insights from Embedded Computing Design’s 2020 Reader Survey
2020 represented an inflection point for many industries. The high-tech industry was no different.
Historically, the annual Embedded Computing Design reader study tracks trends in electronics engineering ranging from the popularity of embedded processor architectures to the proliferation of IoT operating systems to the use of high-speed wired and wireless communications. However, this year’s iteration includes new insights with profound implications on both the technology sector and the vertical applications it supports:
- How engineers, engineering managers, and high-tech executives are responding to the realities of remote, distributed development efforts
- How the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted high-tech businesses and the electronics supply chain
- The importance of security and lifecycle management in this new engineering landscape
Join Embedded Computing Design and BlackBerry QNX for analysis of these indicators, as well as an in-depth look at how paradigm-shifting technologies such as artificial intelligence, autonomous vehicles, 5G networks, and Industry 5.0, and are playing out in the trenches of embedded and IoT engineering. Learn what tools developers are using, what design strategies engineering managers are adopting, how tech execs are responding to market turbulence, and ways you can position your organization to capitalize in 2021.
Senior Manager, Field Application Engineering
Stephen Olsen is a noted embedded industry expert with extensive experience in embedded software development, thought leadership, product management, and communications. He is currently a Senior Manager of Field Application Engineering with BlackBerry QNX. Prior to QNX, Stephen worked with several other real time operating system vendors in many roles, including product line manager, consultant, system architect, engineering manager and technical marketing. Outside of these companies, he co-chaired VSIA's Hardware dependent Software (HdS) design working group, worked on the MRAPI specification for the Multicore Association, and authored many papers on safety certifiable systems, system architecture, USB, multicore/multi-OS design, and power management. He was awarded a patent on debugging hardware accelerated operating systems.
Embedded Computing Design
Brandon Lewis, Editor-in-Chief of Embedded Computing Design, is responsible for guiding Embedded Computing Design’s editorial and content strategy, as well as community engagement. An experienced journalist with an aptitude for identifying key technologies, products, and market trends in the high-tech sector, Brandon enjoys covering topics ranging from development kits and tools to cyber security and technology business models. Brandon received a BA in English Literature from Arizona State University, where he graduated cum laude.