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Tech Chat: What QRAcorp can do for your requirements? – MES043

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Jordan Kyriakidis MES043After the last episodes about requirements engineering you might have thought: “What about the real thing? How will such a tool for requirements engineering look like? What’s in for me? And how can I get in touch with it?”

Right after episode 38 I got a message by Trevor Bradley from QRAcorp. Trevor wrote: “I really enjoyed your last podcast about Requirements! The episode was very relevant, as I’m with a research group in Canada creating tools for requirements engineering We just released our first beta tool called QVscribe.
We think requirements are definitely one of those unspoken (or at least underrated) vulnerabilities for today’s engineers, and so we really want to create something that’s on the right path for solving some of these vulnerabilities.”

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Tech Chat: How tools can relief your pain in Requirements Engineering – MES042

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Joachim ReinkeIn episode #38 I have already had the pleasure to welcome Joachim Reinke. Joachim is an expert in requirements engineering. In episode 38 he explained the reasons why we definitely need requirements engineering.

And today I’m happy that we managed to continue our talk. We’re discussing the big pain points in Requirements Engineering. And how it is possible to relief this pain. But we also needed to back up a little bit to grab the bigger picture. Read more

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Tech Chat: Why you need requirements with Joachim Reinke – MES038

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Joachim Reinke
“We do not need specificiation because our product is its own specification!” You know such kind of statements? You suffer from such kind of attitudes? Then you’re exactly right in this tech-chat with Joachim Reinke.

Joachim is an elaborated specialist for such kind of hassle. He is an engineer who specialized in the area of Requirements Engineering. He’s a crack in this area of the development and production process. We both got acquainted at the systems camp 2016 in Berlin.

Requirements engineering refers to defining, documenting and maintaining requirements to the sub-fields of systems engineering and software engineering. But the major question is – why does it seem that neglected in real development life. We’re discussing a lot about these aspects. The benefits you get out of well done requirements engineering are tremendous.
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Tech Chat: Security in Embedded Systems – MES036

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AndreyNikishin_photoTech Chat: Security in Embedded Systems with Andrey Nikishin

You know such kind of story – everybody is talking about security, but not really everybody knows what it effectively means. Especially security in Embedded Systems has become a valid topic in the last years. My today’s guest has an intimate knowledge about all kind of aspects of security for Embedded Devices. I wanted to welcome Andrey Nikishin from Kaspersky Labs.

Many of you will remember Kaspersky Labs as one of the main competitors in providing anti-virus software. However they have become much more. Andrey describes himself as evangelist of new technologies and new business directions. As an expert for cyber security he is working very closely with Kaspersky OS – an operating system designed for security from scratch.

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Tech Chat: Virtualization in Embedded Systems – MES034

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Baurzhan Ismagulov

Baurzhan Ismagulov

Tech Chat: Virtualization in Embedded Systems with Baurzhan Ismagulov and Alexander Smirnov

Today we’re talking about virtualization in Embedded Systems. This is particularly different from host-based virtualization. For that reason I wanted to welcome major experts in this special area: Baurzhan Ismagulov and Alexander Smirnov from Ilbers – Technology for better life.

Ilbers provides Mango – a bare-metal Type 1 hypervisor. If you do not understand a word what this means – jump back to the previous episode #33 of the MES-podcast Combining the Uncombinable and fill up your missing knowledge. Mango was nominated for the Embedded Award 2015 at the Embedded World exhibition in Nuremberg. They have created a great piece of software which will provide a lot of benefit into embedded projects.

Alexander Smirnov

Alexander Smirnov

Already at the Embedded World I have had an amazing talk at their booth. But how much more deeper do we get into our todays tech-chat. We’re tackling the main use cases for using virtualization: combination and isolation. We’re discussing the main feature of Mango, as there are: static partitioning, bounded latency, no scheduler and a marvellous small footprint. And we come up with the general pros and cons of virtualization in embedded systems. For the latter have a look at Alexander’s talk at the Embedded Conference Scandinavia last year.

For all the ones out there who believe in doing things by themselves. Here’s the deal: Ilbers provides a Mango-demonstrator for the BananaPI. Just study their Getting Started Manual and give it a try.

But first, stay with me and enjoy the chat.

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