Qt at Embedded World 2010

As Adam revealed yesterday, Qt is at Embedded World in Nurmberg Germany, and we’ve created  a world first - our stand at Embedded World is the only place in the entire world where you can make a coffee, learn to weld AND drive a high speed train at the same time.

Driving a train in the Qt stand.

The C-S welding machine simulator, HGZ coffee machine and ERSA railway display are all Qt-based, real-world products in use today, and they form part of our embedded device showcase at this year’s Embedded World.

Over the course of Embedded World a dedicated bunch of Qt engineers and Qt suits are showing , discussing and proving Qt’s embedded credentials via demos, meetings and industry networking events.

Qt has a long history in embedded devices, and Embedded World is a great opportunity to reaffirm why Qt is such a suitable framework for so many different embedded applications on platforms such as Linux X11.

The event also marks the launch of the Qt Board Verification Program, which you can read more about here. Texas Instruments’ Beagle Board is the first Qt Verified Board, and we are showing how well Qt runs on it as well as many other chipsets at the show.

Video guru Kathy spliced the following together on day one to give you an idea of what we’re up to.

The Qt stand is in Hall 11, stand number 11-110.

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