Qt World Summit 2017 – Berlin

This year the Qt World Summit is back in Europe. It will be held October 11th and 12th in Berlin. basysKom is proud to sponsor and to participate in a number of ways.

At the exhibition we will showcase a distributed industrial automation scenario based on Qt Quick and QOpcUa. QOpcUa is an upcoming Qt module basysKom initiated, aiming for simple integration between industrial controllers and HMIs. The showcase also features integration of telemetry data into a Microsoft Azure-based Cloud-Application via MQTT. To highlight the cross platform capabilities of Qt, the HMI is deployed to a number of different devices.

At the conference we will present our Qt Lite experience. “Practical Qt Lite” will be held Wednesday at 15:00, Room A03. Come visit us if you are interested in having smaller Qt builds for your embedded project.

This year, the Qt Contributor Summit is co-located with the World Summit. Contributors to Qt discuss the development and directions of the Qt project. The Contributor summit happens Monday and Tuesday, right before the World Summit. basysKom will offer a session on QOpcUa on Tuesday at 15:00 in Room2. If your are interested in OPC-UA and its integration into Qt please join the session!

We are looking forward to meeting you in Berlin!

QtCon 2016 – Berlin

QtCon 2016basysKom will sponsor the biggest Qt event in Europe, QtCon 2016 in Berlin.

Our Development Lead is looking forward to visiting this event in order to have exciting technical discussions with you. If you want to schedule a meeting upfront, please send an email to info@basyskom.com.

See you in Berlin!

basysKom auf dem Entwicklerforum HMI in München

Logo Entwicklerforum HMIbasysKom wird auf dem Entwicklerforum HMI am 16.06.2016 in München als Aussteller HMI-Entwicklung mit Qt und QML präsentieren. Wir freuen uns auf Ihren Besuch!

Unser Development Lead Frank Meerkötter wird des Weiteren in einem Vortrag die Nutzung von Qt/QML aus der Perspektive von industriellen Anwendungen präsentieren. Continue reading basysKom auf dem Entwicklerforum HMI in München