Solutions to Critical Embedded Software Development and Testing Challenges
August 26, 2020 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Join us Wednesday, August 26th from 10 – 11 am as CS Communication & Systems Inc. presents a webinar discussing solutions to critical embedded software development and testing challenges that companies from Aerospace, Defense, Automotive, Medical, and Industrial sectors are facing.
Embedded software everywhere–commercial & military aircraft, prostheses, submarines, automobiles–depends more and more on software. In many instances, people lives are at stake as we consider possible bugs. Ensuring software is safe and secure (not vulnerable to hacking) is usually expensive because it must comply with a regulatory standard. Whatever the domain of application–OEM, Large, Small Tier-1/2–companies must produce systems and applications that are delivered more quickly and their the cost to market must decrease significantly. In this webinar, CS will present methods and tools helping companies develop embedded software more quickly and less expensively without compromising quality.
Meet Your Presenters
Jérôme Casteret: With a bachelor’s degree in Aerospace engineering from the ENSICA (Toulouse – France) and an executive MBA from UCONN, Jérôme Casteret brings 20 years’ experience in the Aerospace Industry and Software Engineering Discipline. He joined CS in 2008, holding key positions such as project manager, technical director, and director of advanced projects in the Business Development group. He grew the engineering operational organization from 60 to 100 engineers and was recognized for finding innovative solutions to augment the range of engineering services, profitability, and customer satisfaction. In June 2015, he started and grew the US subsidiary of the CS Group: CS Inc. As managing director and then Vice-President, he is responsible of the P&L of CS Inc.
Matthew Tkac: With degrees in Management and Electrical Engineering, Matthew joined CS as the Chief Engineer in 2015. He became Export Compliance Officer and President in 2016. Matthew spent a large part of his career at UTC and SAIC and he brought 28 years of software & systems engineering and certification experience to help customers in their cost and technical challenges. In March 2013, he was certified as an Expert Systems Engineering Professional by the International Council on Systems Engineer (INCOSE).