Welcome to ICS' May Newsletter
We’ve heard from many of you that managing a large collection of connected devices is a growing challenge for your organization. You need better ways to monitor the health of your device fleet, be alerted to unusual behavior and troubleshoot issues. As we refine our solutions in this area, we want to provide some background on the topic so that you can join the conversation. Read our series IoT Fleet Management: Solutions for Your Device Management Needs to learn more about key elements of effective device fleet management and get details on Mender, Torizon and Balena.
On the medical device front, we’re sponsoring Greenlight Guru’s True Quality Summit. San Diego is lovely in June! If you work in the medical device space, you should join us. And be sure to check out our on-demand webinar examining hardware and software challenges related to medtech development. If medtech isn’t your thing, we still have a lot for you in this issue. Read part one in our new two-part look at Assembly language. Though many consider it old school, there are still situations in which understanding how to write Assembly code is highly desirable. And explore our technical training opportunities, from QML to Qt 6.
Peter Winston, CEO