NXP will also be presenting a practical tutorial on how to design secure systems using Arm TrustZone with both commercial and open source tools
Hitex will provide an insight into creating secure connections to popular cloud servers with the open source MBED TLS library and KEIL device connector components.
“We are delighted to be able to work with the WNIE team to deliver a seminar that focuses on the IoT and security”, said Trevor Martin , Hitex’s Arm specialist. “With the rapid growth of cloud servers, the issue of security surrounding these latest devices is more critical than ever. Our links with other industry leaders such as NXP and Arm enables us to guide all our customers in delivering secure, agile solutions.”
The seminar has a half day agenda, which will be repeated on both days of the WNIE exhibition. It will close on each day with a panel discussion.
The launch of this seminar co-incides with the re-location of the WNIE exhibition to Stoneleigh Park, where purpose-built, modern facilities with ample free parking gives a fantastic opportunity to network and learn in the automotive heart of the West Midlands.