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Iris Yamashita

New Qt Resource Center is Available Now…And the Secrets Are Out!

Published Tuesday April 10th, 2018
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Posted in Biz Circuit, Internet of Things, Learning, Qt in use, Uncategorized | Tags: ,

The New Qt Resource Center is available now, featuring the latest technology and development insights, videos, get started tutorials, industry case studies and much more! We collected all of our favorite learning resources in one place to provide you with the ability to get applications and embedded systems created quickly from hello world to new product. From cool tips like creating […]

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Dries Verbrugge

Qt used to demonstrate KNX IoT possibilities at ISE and L+B fairs

Published Thursday March 15th, 2018
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Posted in Biz Circuit, Embedded, Internet of Things | Tags: ,

KNX Introduction In its more than 25 years of history, KNX has an unrivaled track record of guaranteeing long-term support of automation solutions in any type of building. Based on the KNX standard, building automation can be realized in a reliable, interoperable and extendable way: devices from over 400 manufacturers work together in a very […]

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Introducing Qt Automotive Suite 2.0

Published Tuesday February 27th, 2018
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Posted in Automotive, Biz Circuit, Biz Circuit & Dev Loop, Dev Loop, Functional Safety

We are excited to announce the Qt Automotive Suite 2.0, a great leap forward towards a unified HMI toolchain and framework for digital cockpit, available end of February 2018. A few years back, we saw several challenges in the industry. One was that with increasing number of screens being present in the car, creating and […]

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Sakari Himanen, Security Tech Lead at Intopalo Oy

Protecting a Qt Application or a Device Against Hacking, Part 2

Published Wednesday February 21st, 2018
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Posted in Biz Circuit & Dev Loop

Why would anyone want to hack an application or a device? And how would they go about their attack? And, most importantly, how can you protect your software against malicious attacks? This post is a follow-up to part 1 of the topic. This time we take a fairly detailed look at attackers’ motivations, methods and […]

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