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Welcome to ICS' January Newsletter
Qt 6 has finally arrived! As a major release, Qt 6.0 offers a higher degree of freedom to implement new features and functionality, and can better support requirements now and into the future. We’re putting together valuable content around Qt 6 to help you migrate to the new release, and successfully leverage Qt 6 for your projects.
We’re also working on an array of webinars, industry events and technical blogs on subjects from MCUs to medical device design to help you strengthen your skill set. Register for our popular virtual training course, Building an Embedded Application with Qt, and check out our content on FreeRTOS, a real-time operating system for microcontrollers and small microprocessors, including an introductory webinar and Part 2 in our three-part blog series on the topic. Also inside this issue is a technical blog on the GPIO libgpiod library; an update on Project RED, our collaboration to develop a low-cost ventilator to fight Covid-19; and our latest article in the medtech industry press, Designing to Minimize Use Errors.
Mark Hatch, COO
Don't miss our upcoming webinar where we will be introducing FreeRTOS, a popular real-time operating system for microcontrollers that has been ported to 35 microcontroller platforms. Register Now >>
Qt 6.0.0 is finally here! It offers a number of exciting new features and performance improvements. Read our recommendations for preparing to port to Qt 6 — and stay tuned for an array of Qt 6-focused content coming your way very soon. Be among the first to access this exclusive content. Sign Up Now >>
With this important project nearly complete, we're working on final updates in order to minimize use error and improve patient safety. Read More >>