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Recorded Webinar: Remote User Interface Design

Part 3 of the Special Series: How to Keep Your Projects on Track While Working Remotely

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Developing remotely can be a challenge in the age of social distancing. How can we get our jobs done effectively without the hardware and resources we’re used to? Join Stephen Olsen, who is a Senior Manager of Field Application Engineering at BlackBerry QNX with over 20 years of embedded development experience, for this special series on how to collaborate and develop while working remotely. This 30-minute session will provide practical (or hands on) tips and tricks for common challenges and include a live Q&A.

One of the most difficult areas of embedded system design is the user interface (UI), especially if it is remote. While lots of simulation can be done, it is hard to get the UI tuned on the system if there is no one to interact with it. In this webinar, we will focus on user interface design at a distance, specifically looking at the following:

  • Simulation
  • Remote visualization
  • Remote interaction
  • Tuning the user interface

Stephen Olsen, Senior Manager, Field Application Engineering, BlackBerry QNX


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.