Industries are generating thousands, even millions, of new lines of code in their complex, stateful, real-time systems with model-based designs. Additionally, both new and legacy systems require enhancements to capture and react to the plethora of data and consumers of that data, being created by both people and devices every second.
In order to gain a competitive advantage, companies will be looking for advanced tooling to support and scale their embedded and IoT applications with strategic uses of these model-based designs they can do this with quality, speed and agility.
That’s why, HCL’s Realtime Software Tooling (RTist) solution, which helps develop and communicate stateful and real-time applications, will be showcased at the upcoming IoT Expo on Nov. 13 in Santa Clara, California.
RTist is an eclipse-based modeling and development environment for creating complex, event-driven, real-time applications. It provides software engineers feature-rich tooling for design, analysis, build and deployment of embedded, real-time systems and IoT applications. Supporting the Unified Modeling Language (UML) and its real-time profile (UML-RT), RTist allows developers to design their applications at a higher abstraction level than code.
In addition to showcasing RTist, HCL Senior Product Manager Viktor Krantz will be leading a panel discussion on “Reshaping Healthcare Within IoT” on Day 2 of the event.
The IoT Expo brings together key industries from across the globe for two days of top-level content and discussion across five co-located events covering IoT, 5G, cyber security, cloud, blockchain, AI and big data.
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