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We provide value-Added solutions that transform barriers from within the supply chain to the business opportunity. Customers do not only seek products. They seek efficiencies to increase efficiency by reducing costs and increasing profits. Our products are designed to provide value-add embedded software development services that can assist organizations to improve operational performance with high quality and reliability in many industries.


Embedded Systems are crucial for the emerging market of smart cards. For example, embedded microcontrollers are essential to contactless smart card technologies that provide not only identification data but also a digital signature and other security features.

The number of applications where high quality and safe software is required is rapidly growing. This applies in particular to safety-critical operating systems, security products, or all kinds of machines that can control important processes in daily life. The market requires companies with core competencies in this area.

"Embedded Software Engineering" has the mission to support you to meet these challenges by providing information about different aspects of implementing safety-critical embedded software solutions. We are convinced that our conferences will be useful for all who have responsibility for realizing embedded system projects.

To be a provider of information about embedded systems, their technology, and software implementation methods To be a forum for exchanging experiences about safe system solutions To position Embedded Software Engineering as a technological leader in its field

The conference series "Embedded Systems" (1995) was initiated by Dr.-Ing. Rudolf Lidl, the publisher of German magazine "Elektronik". The tradition continues with the conferences "Embedded Software Engineering", which are now organized under the lead of Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft's application-oriented research branch FOKUS - High Performance and Embedded Computing. The conferences will take place in Berlin on an annual basis; they are closely connected with other events in the field of embedded systems, e.g., the Embedded Systems Week Germany.

"Embedded Software Engineering - High-Tech for Safety-Critical Systems" focuses on hardware & software topics mainly from the perspective of safety-critical system solutions. This includes all kinds of embedded applications which require Quality Assurance to be developed according to common standards and best practices, especially IEC 61508 or ISO 26262.

It is a fact that security features have become a key success factor in electronic markets over the past few years. Cards used as payment instruments primarily mean increased security risks; however, this development process also creates new business opportunities in many industries (e.g., automotive or food industry). "Embedded Security" shows how embedded security features can be used to protect against fraud, prevent counterfeiting and increase security.

In addition to this conference series "Embedded Software Engineering", we plan a second conference series called "Embedded Systems". It will focus on non-safety-critical applications, e.g., consumer products, industrial automation systems, or telecommunication devices. These events aim to provide a platform for companies that offer solutions in the field of mobile robotics and wireless sensor networks as well as system manufacturers who want to integrate standard components into their products. In particular, it deals with open hardware & software technologies as well as open-source software solutions as enablers for product innovation and market success.

The third conference in the series is scheduled to take place in Berlin on September 10, 2013; it will focus on "Industrial Internet of Things" and the related topics of smart home & building automation systems, mobility, automotive consumer electronics, or wearable cloud computing. The main objective is to provide a business platform for companies that plan to offer solutions based on open hardware technologies for integrating standard components into products using embedded systems technology. Visitors can expect an interdisciplinary collaboration between industry experts and system suppliers who address the challenges linked to product innovation, market success, and customer requirements.

Participants can look forward to presentations about key trends in industrial applications involving sensors & networks, standards & frameworks as well as modules, tools & platforms. Presentations about new business opportunities linked to the "Industrial Internet of Things" will offer information about hot topics such as smart living & working, atmosphere & energy management, safe operation of machines & systems, manufacturing automation, and security & protection.

Have you ever wondered how to improve your supply chain

Geolance is a company that provides value-added solutions for business opportunities. We understand that customers do not only seek products, but they also seek efficiencies to increase efficiency by reducing costs and increasing profits. Our products are designed to provide value-add services that can assist organizations to improve operational performance with high quality and reliability in many industries.

At Geolance we believe in providing our clients with an end-to-end solution from planning through execution of their logistics requirements. By using our expertise and experience, we ensure all aspects of the supply chain are optimized to reduce cost while improving service levels at every stage of the process. This results in increased profitability for our customers which ultimately leads them towards success!

Supply Chain Optimization & Integration

Open Standards & Interoperability, Internet of Services (IoS), and Digital Identity Management will also be the focus of presentations at this event. The program will consist of five tracks: Business Innovation, Embedded Systems Technologies for Industry 4.0, Industrial Communication Technologies, IoT Solutions in Practice, and Security & Protection.

Production Support

A range of tools and custom solutions for system integration as well as design & engineering services will be offered during the conference. Additionally, visitors can look forward to a High Tech Forum with presentations about new technologies and market opportunities from industry experts, workshops on specific topics related to business innovation, embedded systems for smart living & working, atmosphere & energy management, safe operation of machines & systems, manufacturing automation, security & protection as well as an exhibition area featuring companies active in this field.

Engineering Services

The program committee invites all companies that offer solutions & services related to the topics of business innovation, embedded systems for smart living & working, atmosphere & energy management, safe operation of machines & systems, manufacturing automation, security & protection as well as supply chain optimization.

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The program committee is pleased to offer you an abstract submission service that allows you to share your presentations with interested participants of the conference as well as exhibitors at the trade show who are looking forward to finding out how new technologies can be used in their business.

Value-added solutions FAQs

What are value-added solutions?

A company can present a new product or system. In addition, it might offer an application service as well as supply chain optimization services. The latter applies to all companies that sell components and other products to end customers as well as those who provide a range of engineering services to their clients.

How should I submit my presentation?

You should send your abstract by using the online form on our website no later than March 24, 2013. Please note that you will be asked for your company profile information so we can evaluate your participation from business & market perspectives. This allows us to create a balanced program where all participants have equal chances of being selected for the conference agenda. Once you have submitted your abstract, you should proceed to provide us with the requested company profile data.

The abstract submission service closes on March 24, 2013. All submitted abstracts will be reviewed by our program committee members who are experts in various fields of technology, business, and engineering. We invite you to submit your presentation so interested participants, as well as exhibitors at the trade show, have a chance to find out how new technologies can help them achieve their long-term goals based on value creation principles regarding business innovation, embedded systems for smart living & working, atmosphere & energy management, safe operation of machines & systems, manufacturing automation, security & protection as well as supply chain optimization.


Engineers in the federal government earn between $78,000 and $150,000 annually on average, according to Barry Bigelow, a science and technology writer at the National Science Foundation in Arlington, Va.. Gaining an advanced degree will improve your earning potential.

Earnings for engineers vary widely based on their job title and where they work. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), civil engineers had median annual earnings of $83,540 as of May 2008. Those working in architectural or engineering cloud services made about $83,040 per year during the same period. The lowest 10% earned less than $51,190 annually while top earners brought home more than $134,700 per year.

Engineers who work in oil and gas extraction or mining averaged $90,830 per year as of May 2008.

Engineers who work for federal, state, and local governments earned the most on average as of May 2008 at $94,350 per year. Those working for computer systems design and related services averaged about $80,160 per year over the same period.

In the finance industry, engineers had median annual earnings of $113,410 as of May 2008. The highest earners worked in securities and commodity contracts dealing with an average income of over $149,000 a year. Annual salaries varied widely within this sector however with those on the lower end earning just under $64,000 while top earners made more than $204,000 annually.

When you are interviewing for a job with an engineering firm, be prepared to talk about your salary requirements. While many employers will state a range of salaries for specific positions during the interview process, it never hurts to explain your current or desired salary in case there is room for negotiation.

In general, wages should increase as you gain experience and build a stronger portfolio. If you have been working at the same company for several years, ask about opportunities for advancement to a higher position that pays better or more responsibility that leads to a pay raise.

What skills do I need

While all engineers benefit from strong mathematical skills and problem-solving abilities, different types of engineers tend to specialize in different areas. For example, aerospace engineers design and build aircraft and spacecraft; civil engineers design and construct roads, tunnels, and bridges; computer hardware engineers design and develop computers and other electronic device drivers; electrical engineers design and maintain electric power systems; environmental engineers work to improve air quality and reduce pollution.

Engineers usually specialize in a specific area of engineering as well as an industry. For instance: chemical engineers primarily work with the production of chemicals, fuels, food, or pharmaceuticals; mechanical engineers are employed in various fields from automotive to aerospace technology to medical equipment manufacturing. Other common areas include electronics engineering (e.g., designing high-tech toys) or biomedical engineering (designing artificial body parts).

What kind of problems do they solve

Research is one of the primary activities that engineers engage in throughout their careers. However, the problems that engineers are called on to solve are always changing. For this reason, engineers must continually update their knowledge by taking part in training courses or earning a graduate degree to stay up-to-date on new developments in their field. Engineers might also advance within their companies by moving into management roles or shifting into more specialized positions with greater responsibility for overseeing lower-level engineers. Sometimes they work directly with clients to determine what type of solutions will best suit them based on the specific issues at hand.

Engineers solve important problems that affect society as a whole while earning an excellent salary rewarding them for their efforts.

Experience Requirements

Industry experience is essential, but there are other ways that you can get your foot in the door if you have little or no work experience. For example, an internship is a good way to gain relevant knowledge and hands-on experience while earning an income to help pay for your education expenses.

There are several other ways that recent graduates can acquire experience before entering the workforce including participating in research projects, working as a teaching assistant, or securing part-time employment with local firms. Job shadowing is another option where you spend a day observing someone in their place of business so that you can determine whether it's right for you before committing yourself to further education toward this career path. Education Requirements

Engineering schools focus on both practical learning - how things work - and theoretical learning - why they work that way; students must comprehend both.

The first two years of a standard undergraduate engineering curriculum consist of basic courses in mathematics, physics, chemistry, and computer programming. Classes may also include some history on the development of engineering principles as well as more advanced topics such as nanotechnology or fuel cells.

In their junior and senior years, students have an opportunity to gain experience through paid internships or cooperative education programs where they alternate between weeks spent at a college/university classroom and a company completing a project.

Many colleges require students to choose a specific engineering discipline early on so that they can take the appropriate classes required for success upon graduation. However, there are other options for those interested in switching from one area to another during their undergraduate degree or later on by earning an advanced degree.

Engineering Degrees and Specializations

There are too many types of engineering degrees to list here, but it's important to understand the basic options available so that you can choose a program that best suits your needs. The two most common types of degrees include one where you specialize in a specific industry such as aeronautical, biomedical, chemical, civil, electrical, or mechanical engineering; alternatively, there is a generic 4-year degree which typically results in a job title such as "engineer" whereas graduates must continue their training by attending graduate school if they want higher-level positions with greater responsibilities.

In addition to choosing from one of the broad categories mentioned above, students may also select from more specialized programs including aerospace engineering, biomedical engineering, chemical engineering, civil engineering, electrical and computer engineering, industrial/systems engineering, and mechanical engineering.

The time needed to complete a typical undergraduate degree in this field varies based on whether you choose a 4-year or 2-year program with advanced standing. A bachelor's degree typically takes around 4 years of full-time study while earning your master's will require an additional 2 years of schooling beyond that point.

Tuition costs vary significantly depending on the type of school you attend including public versus private institutions as well as regionally or nationally known schools providing better recognition for their brand when it comes to finding future job opportunities.

Associate degree programs in this field of study generally take 2 years to complete; however, they do not provide the same level of practical experience as the 4-year degree. Earning your master's degree can be helpful with keeping up with new technologies and scientific advances but only if you decide that it's necessary based upon market demand and what you hope to accomplish after graduation.

Communications skills

Are important in all engineering disciplines since professionals need to explain their ideas, designs, plans, or concepts to clients, team members, or upper management.

Engineers must be able to work as part of a team depending on the nature of the project they're assigned whether it requires extensive people skills or prefers individuals who can work independently with little supervision.

The path you take toward your future career will have an impact on your ability to handle pressure and meet deadlines so that you can complete whatever assignment is at hand. Engineers often deal with demands from senior management which may require them to put in long hours during crunch time - sometimes putting off personal activities until it's time to relax.

Work Environment

Whether working as an engineer-in-training (EIT) or as a fully licensed professional, the types of companies you work for vary widely from small- to large-scale corporations. If you attend college, internships can help gain valuable experience while giving you a sense of what type of company culture works best with your interests and career goals.

Many engineers find themselves working alongside other professionals in different fields such as research scientists. The collaborative nature of engineering lends itself well to the scientific world by providing a creative outlet along with theoretical concepts that must be turned into more practical applications once they're ready for market use.

Engineering is a highly technical field that requires individuals who have advanced education and training throughout their entire career - regardless of whether they choose to pursue licensing as an Engineer-in-Training (EIT) or go straight to the PE license exam.

Engineering is a wonderful profession if you have a passion for understanding how things work then share that knowledge with others. Most successful engineers are well-rounded individuals who are not only capable of solving complex problems but also able to communicate their ideas effectively to anyone who can benefit from them both within and outside the professional realm.

Engineers must analyze situations based on the information available along with any potential risk involved before choosing the best approach - much like what's expected in research, application lifecycle management, or other professional fields where assessing your surroundings is an important part of the job description. That attention to detail comes in handy when working as an engineer since they're typically assigned tasks involving whatever project they're working on where the right or wrong choice can make a big difference in whether it works or fails.

Engineers work in different fields such as biomedical, chemical, civil, electrical, environmental, and even computer hardware and software. Each field has its unique challenges and requires many years of education and training before becoming fully qualified to handle whatever problems might come their way when assigned to a given task.

Engineering is often viewed as one of those professions that are difficult to get into because it's extremely competitive; however, that's not all that accurate especially if you know what type of engineering discipline you'd like to become involved with while earning your degree at university level plus having the required credentials preferred by employers.

Since there are so many different types of engineering, you can choose to pursue a career in areas that interest you most while having the opportunity to see your efforts throughout the entire process concerning attempts to develop software starting with design and continuing through testing - all roles which are first handled by an Engineer-in-Training (EIT).

Since every company has its own unique culture depending on what industry it belongs to plus how long they've been established determines how it's run along with who's eligible for promotion, there are many reasons why an individual might prefer working one type of company over another. Some companies offer benefits packages during times of layoff or provide job security whereas others allow employees to work only as long as their performance meets certain standards.

Choosing the right path will have a direct impact on your future so always explore all of the possibilities before deciding where you'd be happiest working along with what type of benefits package is most appealing when seeking employment.

Finally, it's important to note that an individual's qualifications are only part of what companies consider when making hiring decisions since many rely heavily upon who they're currently employing along with how long they've worked in their respective fields.

The need for highly-skilled engineers continues to increase in our ever-evolving world which makes having a degree in engineering one of the best ways to start your career - or continue another that may have taken a different direction following layoffs during economic downturns.

There are several paths you can take when qualifying for the engineering license you prefer but choose carefully since that one decision can affect your entire future.

So whatever road you choose, be sure to explore all options before making your choice since it could make the difference between having a successful career or not.

Value-added solutions Overview

Embedded software plays a vital role in today's world since just about every device requires some type of embedded software to function which has led to a huge demand for those with the necessary skills as part of their qualifications. Some companies have been forced to look outside of their immediate workforce due to so many new graduates being available from universities across North America.

In some cases, those new graduates wind up staying employed at those companies thus taking away some opportunities from those already employed since they're typically paid more than someone fresh out of school whereas others end up looking elsewhere for employment options. This is especially true when you consider that many veterans are retiring or leaving active service once reaching a certain point in their careers - something that occurs at regular intervals.

The process of developing embedded software is complex since it requires a thorough understanding of numerous disciplines during the product development life cycle which means that you must be familiar with both hardware and software architecture at some basic level so that you can focus on how your code will interface with the rest of your program's components.

It's important to note that many companies require extensive experience in various areas even if they hire new graduates however, some companies are willing to take someone who has enough knowledge to do the job without too much additional training while also having the right credentials along with good references which if presented properly could help give new graduates an edge over other potential candidates.


Competencies refer to the unique set of skills, abilities, and attributes that an individual has acquired throughout their life which is used to provide value when it comes to participating in any type of work environment.

Many organizations use competencies to help determine what type of projects a person may excel on since they can be applied across various disciplines, levels and roles so you'll want to ensure yours are listed within your resume or cover letter. Although some competencies are transferable from job to job, many will vary depending on the organization's needs along with where you're applying - just like technical skills for embedded software engineers.

Individuals seeking careers in engineering often find that certain areas require specific qualifications that can't be transferred elsewhere while others offer more flexibility when considering future opportunities whether that entails continuing to work for the same company or working for someone else.

This is especially true when it comes to embedded software engineering because hardware requirements vary from one project to another thus requiring engineers with a wide range of skills that go beyond developing software since they must understand how the hardware works as part of their daily responsibilities which means you'll need to continually update your knowledge base along with your skillset or risk being replaced by someone who can.

Education & Training

The education required for embedded software development will vary depending on what discipline you choose so be sure to thoroughly research any choices you have before making your final decision. This will not only give you an idea about what's involved but also help determine if this career is really what you want since some areas require additional qualifications such as a bachelor's degree in engineering for example.

Even those who've already obtained a degree will need to continually update their knowledge so it is always current with the latest hardware and software which means they must be prepared to attend training sessions or workshops during regular intervals. This helps ensure that engineers stay abreast of any changes that occur over time without having to completely relearn everything from scratch since they'll have some basic understanding of how things work and can better adapt to any issues that may arise which is very important when considering embedded systems development.

It's also important to note that jobs related to embedded software engineering typically require extensive travel either locally or overseas depending on where you're living especially if you're working for a defense contractor so you'll want to consider that if it's not something you're interested in doing along with the additional cost of travel and living expenses.

Experience & Skills

Since experience is an important factor, many employers require a certain number of years as well as specific skills such as the ability to work on various types of projects which can vary widely depending on what they require. If someone has extensive experience working with embedded systems then they may be asked to partake in more complex tasks whereas those who are new will be expected to complete more basic duties until they learn enough about the organization's needs along with any conventions used within their environment.

Depending on how much experience you have, you may find yourself participating in some type of internship program or apprenticeship which is a great way to learn additional skills and be mentored by someone with more experience who can teach you the tricks of the trade. You may even find yourself doing some type of work that's not directly related to embedded software engineering such as helping out with hardware construction and implementation since most companies will use various types of media to create their products before handing them over to those who'll design, develop and test it.

This means they must have a broad range of knowledge about how things work as well as what components are needed for your project to succeed within its given time frame especially if you're working on a tight schedule which is why it's important for anyone thinking about hiring an engineer to ask questions that help determine how much expertise they have as well as if they're willing to learn new things.

Product Design

If you're interested in creating an embedded system then having some type of experience with software development may be necessary such as working on a collaborative project which consists of multiple people at different companies who come together to create something that has never been done before or work on improving existing hardware and software instead of designing the product from scratch. This means you'll need to understand what needs to be done and how it should function so your team can work more efficiently which is why those who have more expertise can fit into roles such as managing other engineers or researching emerging technologies that could improve the overall design of the product along with its lifespan since someone may require additional features down the road.


Those interested in working on embedded systems typically need to have some type of computer science degree which could be an important part of the hiring process along with any certifications you may possess that provide proof of your experience especially if you're applying for a job at a defense contractor or something similar since they'll want to make sure they're hiring someone capable of doing the work required. For example, some companies require their engineers to hold full project management certification while others may prefer people with degrees in physics or mathematics since it helps them understand the types of problems they will face when designing new products though this can vary depending on what their needs are.

Even if you don't possess anything like this, there are certain areas where your skills come into play such as designing and implementing embedded systems which means you'll be required to come up with ideas for what you want to create along with the tools needed to make it work before creating a demo that everyone can see.

This also comes into play when designing computer programs since hardware and software need to work together so you must have some knowledge about how they function within the device as well as how each component works will help you understand why certain things need to be done. You may even be asked to test different parts of your design and implement changes if something isn't working properly so your proposal can succeed and bring in a profit once it's finished which is one reason why those who possess more experience are often preferred those without any, especially if they can show off their past projects since it shows they have the knowledge needed to help you succeed.

How You Can Help

Working on embedded systems provides a lot of opportunities for those interested in getting into this line of work which is why many are encouraged to pursue this type of career if they're willing to put the time and effort into doing so instead of trying to create your product without knowing what you're doing since others may not be able to offer support when it comes to debugging their code which could lead them down a path where nothing works as intended causing them to abandon their plans altogether. However, working with existing systems provides an opportunity where you can become more involved with how everything gets created based on what is set by your company alongside any specific requirements they have for their product so you can create the best one possible which is why those with experience are often preferred over those who lack any.

Companies may prefer to work with engineers who have experience in different types of programming languages since each has its purpose which allows them to do different things and interact with other components within a system, especially when it's something like C++ since it tends to be used more frequently than others such as Delphi or Java which makes it easier to find documentation or solutions that will help you fix any problems you may encounter during the production process. However, your company could focus on working with embedded systems such as Arduino along with Raspberry Pi devices which mean engineers looking to work would need knowledge about these products and programming languages that can be used for it such as Python, Lua, or Visual Basic that helps them create a program and test it to show the value of their idea.

However, working on embedded systems isn't just limited to the software since they're often paired with hardware which is why companies may prefer engineers who have experience with different types of tools based on how they'll be used such as using oscilloscopes during testing to check the accuracy of the system when converting signals between hardware and software while advanced programmers may use advanced tools like debuggers along with compilers which help solve errors trace back code segments that are malfunctioning.


One option available for those interested in this line of work would be becoming an embedded systems programmer or designer which is what you would call someone who works on embedded systems but this term can be used for anyone who contributes towards building the product like those working on coding, testing, and documentation.

Embedded Systems Programmers

The first common job available to those interested in this line of work would be that of an embedded systems programmer which is someone who writes source code on different types of devices that are built into something else like tools, toys, appliances, etc. so it will function properly while collecting any data needed by the system to continue working. However, they don't just create software since they often have to follow guidelines given by their company so all of their programs will interact with one another without any problems along with creating ways to make these components work together which is why it's encouraged for those interested in becoming one to learn about the different types of languages they may encounter during their time working on embedded systems.

Embedded Systems Designers

Another job available to those who are interested in this line of work would be that of an embedded systems designer which is someone who creates schematics or diagrams that show how the device will function along with any data needed for it to process without any errors occurring. However, many engineers prefer creating software instead since most companies don't want anyone designing hardware unless they're experienced with electronics and programming which means you'll need knowledge about what types of chips are used to ensure everything functions properly put together alongside knowing creating the correct diagrams that show how each piece of hardware is properly connected.

Engineers interested in this line of work will also need knowledge about various types of tools used when testing the products they create such as oscilloscopes which are devices created to convert signals into graphical data so they can be more easily interpreted while coming up with the proper programs needed for each embedded device to work without having any problems within hardware or software. Engineers looking to get into this field may also want experience with debugging causes by using compilers that help fix common errors not allowing customers who purchase their proposed ideas to end up wasting money since all components interact correctly together.

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