4th Edition of Embedded Safety & Security Summit 2018 Kicks Off in Chennai

With over 300 participants and 20 globally renowned speakers from the automotive industry, the 2018 ESSS summit promises a great learning and engaging experience for all automotive technology enthusiasts.

The 4th annual series of the Embedded Safety & Security Summit officially kick starts today in Chennai at the Hilton Hotel. The 2018 summits, driven by LDRA and partners, are focused on the automotive industry and on the theme of “Enabling Dependable Automotive Systems”. The second of the two legs will be on August 09, 2018 in Pune at The Westin Hotel.

The forum will open with a keynote address by Dr. Mike Hennell, Founder and Technical Director, LDRA – UK. He observes, “ESSS 2018 showcases our continued commitment to the embedded community. The overwhelming popularity of the event to date highlights how the expansion and sharing of knowledge are critical to success in this constantly evolving technological environment.”

2 Industry keynotes, 6 technical sessions and 3 workshops in 2 cities, to debate the future of automotive technology

  • The keynote sessions will be presented by leading authorities from Green Hills Software, NXP and Mahindra & Mahindra.
  • The technical sessions, aimed at discussing the next-gen technologies in the automotive industry, will be overseen by experts from LDRA, Green Hills Software, ETAS, ANSYS and Valeo.
  • The deep-dive workshops will be led by technical experts from LDRA, Green Hills Software, ETAS and ANSYS.

ESSS 2018 is supported by leading organisations and associations

Reflecting a common vision and ambition to contribute towards the creation of a dependable automotive ecosystem, this LDRA initiative is supported by platinum partner Green Hills Software, gold partner ETAS, silver partner ANSYS, and exhibitor Embedded Systems Solutions. Supporting partners include leading organisations Altair, ARM, QT, MathWorks, FTD Infocom, ARAI and IEEE. Auto Tech Review contribute as a media partner, and the SRM Institute of Science and Technology as an academic partner.

“This 2018 summit highlights our continuing commitment towards building an ecosystem for safe and secure products, whilst our desire to increase our engagement with the community is reflected by the focus on the automotive industry.” said Shinto Joseph, Director – South East Asia Operations, LDRA India. “The success of this series will reinforce our confidence that our team is well equipped to advise both local and global clients on best practices.”