Talk in the Royal Park: The Internet of Cars
The Internet of Cars
In the internet of things, the car is a “pretty big thing”. It is terrifying what intruders could do when they gathered control of a highway full of cars at the same time.
To prevent those scenarios from becoming reality, at least three things need to happen. First, safety and security must be directly engineered into the car system. Second, each car design must be verified as being a system of systems in the internet of things. Finally, it needs to be assured that this design is not broken in subsequent product updates across the lifetime.
In this talk, Method Park’s CTO Erich Meier will discuss approaches to equip engineering processes with those capabilities.
Erich Meier is the creator and chief architect of the "Stages" process management system. In 2001, Erich started working for Method Park and wrote the first lines of "Stages" code. Since then, he helped to grow the system and win large corporations as customers. In 2007, he was appointed as Method Park's CTO being responsible for the global products business, technology vision and roadmap.
Before working for Method Park, Erich designed and developed web-based information systems for universities and deployed them at more than 15 universities in Germany and Austria. He holds a PhD in computer science from the University of Erlangen.
September 7th, 2016
6.00 – 9.00 p.m.
The Inn at St. John`s, Plymouth
Dr. Erich Meier