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I help teams succeed with Qt Embedded Systems. My portfolio includes driver terminals for maize and sugar beet harvesters, infotainment systems, home appliances, metal sheet benders, e-bikes and more.

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Project Portfolio Burkhard Stubert

  1. 1. Burkhard Stubert - Independent Consultant Mail: burkhard.stubert@embeddeduse.com Web: www.embeddeduse.com Mobile: +49 176 721 433 16 Selected projects In-vehicle infotainment systems for American and European tier-1 suppliers Terminal for ROPA sugar beet harvesters and KRONE forage harvesters SoC costs of Web vs. Qt on home appliances: multi-million euro savings 20+ years of developing embedded and desktop systems Coach, system architect, lead developer Agile: Scrum Master, Product Owner QML, Qt, C++, C, Python, TDD, CI, JIRA, GitHub, Git, SVN, xUnit, Squish Deep learning: TensorFlow, Keras, NumPy Previous companies Nokia (NO), Cambridge Consultants (UK), Infineon (IN, DE), Siemens (DE) “I help teams succeed with embedded systems.”
  2. 2. Car OEM: In-Vehicle Infotainment System Special features HMI, middleware in QML, Qt, C++ on QNX Lifecycle and window manager for applications like Radio, Media, Phone Three screen resolutions; one with totally different UI structure Styles for different car brands Support for right-to-left languages Ramped up 50-person team for Indian tier-2 supplier Custom Qt training for 20+ developers 2 sprints on real backlog with 20+ developers: pair programming, coaching Split up in 6 teams and added another 30 developers to these teams Successfully went through 5 releases – while gradually phasing me out Coordinated technical work between teams of tier-1 and tier-2 suppliers Teams located in US, India and Mexico Reusable software platform Reused by tier-1 and tier-2 in other IVI projects Customer Value
  3. 3. ROPA: Terminal for Sugar Beet Harvesters Special features HMI, middleware in QML, Qt, C++ on Linux Input with touch, rotary encoders, keys Linux system on i.MX6 built with Yocto Firmware update of ECUs Integration of three Motec IP cameras Code generator for CAN communication On-board diagnostics and calibration Enabled in-house development Self-dependent team instead of full dependence on supplier Saved five years of development time Used Scrum for project management Introduced best practices like TDD, automated testing, code generation, one- click builds, code reviews Significantly reduced errors in field Quick response to bugs during harvest Avoid damage of high-quality brand image Helped select terminal hardware Introduced customer to terminal manufacturers Customer Value
  4. 4. KRONE: Terminal for Forage Harvesters Special features HMI, middleware in QML, Qt, C++ on Linux VNC link for remote support Three screen resolutions/formats Day and night mode Multiple languages incl. Chinese, Japanese Metric and imperial units On-board diagnostics and calibration Fast time to market 3 months: first prototype in harvest 18 months: presented at Agritechnica 23 months: released final product With 3 developers and 1 UI designer! Significant reduction of support costs Fewer trips of support personnel for on- site maintenance due to VNC link Enabled in-house development Coached three developers: self-dependent for 5+ years Reusable software platform Reused in mower conditioner Reused for three hardware variants Customer Value
  5. 5. SoC Costs of Web vs. Qt on Home Appliances Comparison: Web vs. Qt Good UX for home appliances with Web requires quad-core Cortex-A9 or more Same UX with Qt easily achieved with single-core Cortex-A8 or less SoC cost for Web: € 21.15 SoC cost for Qt: € 9.80 Qt saves € 11.35 per appliance! Multi-million euro savings per year Customer: top-5 home appliance maker Now: 250K appliances with rich UX In 5 years: 2.5M appliances with rich UX Future-proof system architecture Now: only premium appliances have microprocessor for rich UX In 5 years: mid-range appliances move from microcontroller to microprocessor for rich UX In 10 years: even low-end appliances with rich UX Customer Value

I help teams succeed with Qt Embedded Systems. My portfolio includes driver terminals for maize and sugar beet harvesters, infotainment systems, home appliances, metal sheet benders, e-bikes and more.

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