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Auto Innovation at Embedded World Nuremberg, Feb 26-28, 2019

In vehicle infotainment systems and instrument clusters are getting larger and more complex, requiring an exponentially growing base of software to drive them. Furthermore, KDAB finds that self-driving technology does not obviate the need for displays – in fact, autonomous technology seems to be accelerating the trend for larger and more capable graphics software. To […]

KDAB at SIGGRAPH 2018 Vancouver, August 12-16

It’s almost upon us – August 12-16, in Vancouver: SIGGRAPH, the hottest show in town, and the 45th SIGGRAPH Conference on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques. This year KDAB is sharing a Qt booth with The Qt Company. You can find us at Stand 1333, not far from the Attendee Lounge and opposite The Experience Hall. […]

KDAB, MyScript and Qt Company to create new, non-distractive input method for the Automotive Industry

KDAB will be partnering with MyScript and The Qt Company to incorporate MyScript’s handwriting input technology into the Qt Automotive Suite. This integration will enable multimodal input capabilities using either the existing Qt Virtual Keyboard or a new handwriting input panel powered by MyScript technology. KDAB’s Jan Arne Petersen  demonstrated some of the potential of […]

KDAB adds five new trainings in 2017

We’re adding an exciting raft of new trainings to our schedule for 2017 and some new locations, including San Francisco, Seoul and Beijing. Throughout the year you will be able to sign up for top class, always-up-to-date, original-authored trainings, presented by fully qualified KDAB trainers, all engineers actively involved in delivering KDAB’s high quality projects. […]

Writing Code That Won’t Kill A Functional Safety Source Book

Functional Safety is the term used for systems designed to minimize risk to human health. But there’s a dilemma in today’s tech-driven world. We are more reliant than ever on software to control our planes, trains, cars, and boats, to operate our medical equipment, to process our food, to clean our water, and to power […]

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