We are showcasing Customer Use Cases Ranging from Automotive Clusters and IVIs to High-End cameras through to Gaming Tools and Cancer Research at the Largest Annual Event for the Qt Community and we are going to share it with you LIVE
The Qt World Summit sold out this year and for those of you who couldn’t get a ticket or couldn’t make it for other reasons you can watch the live streaming of the keynotes. We will also publish videos from the sessions in coming days.
Our 14th annual Qt World Summit in Berlin from October 11-12, 2017, featuring customer keynote addresses from leading brands such as Amazon Lumberyard, Daimler, LG, Qualcomm and more. The keynote speakers will focus on a wide variety of highly compelling and relevant topics, including the usage of augmented reality (AR) in autonomous vehicles, how digital image analysis can help in the search for a cure for cancer, and why ease-of-use is one of the main factors driving innovation in the gaming industry.
At Qt World Summit 2017, business leaders, software developers, project managers and other influential members of the Qt global community will discuss the latest trends, market opportunities, technological advancements and customer stories in the Internet of Things (IoT) industry. This year, the Qt Company has gathered customers across industries such as automotive, medical, gaming and more to share Qt’s contributions to their respective initiatives.
LIVE STREAM TIMES, SPEAKERS AND TOPICS
Wednesday, October 11, 2017
9:30 (CET): “Welcome to The Qt World Summit 2017”, Juha Varelius, CEO The Qt Company
10:00 (CET): “How Do You Measure What You Can’t See?”, Dr Steven Goldfarb, Physicist, ATLAS Experiment CERN
10:45 (CET): “One Hundred Languages”, Linda Liukas, Programmer, storyteller and illustrator
11:30(CET): Daimler, “Behind the scenes of a show car: Rapid UI/UX prototyping and production”, Alex Hilliger, Sr. Manager Advanced Graphics and Rendering
11:40(CET): Panasonic ITS: “Future of Vehicle HMI Systems”, Takayuki Tanabe, CEO, Development Center Chief
11:55(CET): Hasselblad: “Using Qt to Build Next Generation Intuitive High-End Cameras”, Richard Röjfors
12:05(CET): Quantitative Imaging Systems: “Imaging Tissue Architecture: The Next Frontier in Battling Cancer”, Michael Nederlof
12:15 (CET): Amazon Lumberyard: “Game Engine Evolution: From Tech to UX”, Alex Montgomery, Game Engine Tools Specialist
12:25 (CET): Qualcomm: “An IDE for Embedded Devices”, Justin Howard, Engineer, Senior Staff
Thursday, October 12, 2017
09:15(CET): “Trends in Software and Business”, Igor Beuker, Entrepreneur & Trendwatcher
09:55(CET): “Modern C++”, Herb Sutter, Prominent C++ Expert
10:35(CET):“The Current State and Future of Qt”, Lars Knoll, CTO, The Qt Company and Chief Maintainer, Qt Project