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Embedded Systems Technology at major events and trade shows

Graham Hellestrand’s presentation: Architecture, Verification & Optimization of Electric & Hybrid Vehicles Tue 15-Sep, 10:00 – 10:30am, Open Technology Forum in the Expo Hall
CEO Graham Hellestrand’s presentation ‘Safe Autonomous Vehicles?’ - Day 3, Room A, 18-June 3:45pm.
Engineering Safe Autonomous Mobile Systems of Systems Using Specification (Model) based Systems Architecture & Engineering
Orlando, FL, USA
CEO, Graham Hellestrand, Invited Speaker on
"System-Level Design of Automotive Electronics/Software"
Moscone Conference Center, San Francisco
EST's CEO delivers Technical Keynote
"Engineering Safe Mobile Systems - the Challenge for Automotive Engineering"
Cobo Center, Detroit, Michigan, USA
EST Presentation and Paper accepted for Quo Vadis, Virtual Platforms Workshop (QVVP’12)
EST invited to present "Engineering Safe Mobile Systems" - Sheraton Detroit Novi, Novi, MI, USA
Conceiving and Engineering the Simple to the Complex through Interoperability and Partnership
Hosted by CVPC at University of Michigan-Dearborn 16 March 2011.

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Embedded Systems Technology In The News.

A conference presentation and IEEE joint paper by Argonne National Laboratory, General Motors and Embedded Systems Technology.
In this feature article on Autonomous Vehicles in IVT International Magazine's March 2015 edition, EST's CEO Graham Hellestrand investigates and posits that physical testing alone does not guarantee safe vehicles, much less safe autonomous vehicles.
Model-Based Design of Vehicles in Traffic - a single vehicle losing control may cause a rapidly escalating wave of collisions of increasing severity. EST article in Vehicle Dynamics International.
Embedded Systems Technology Inc. hits an important milestone in systems simulation software. Rick Merritt's EE Times interview
Embedded Systems Technology enables engineering of optimal system architectures that drive profound changes in supply chain economics.
Investigation of catastrophic specification and complex architecture paths completes, and gives competence to, electronics system engineering. Read EST's article in Automotive Design Line
with very high performance and scalability