The leading international fair for embedded systems, Embedded World 2018, takes place on 27 February – 1 March in Nuremberg, Germany. This is the place to meet #QtPeople and partners!
Visit Hall 4, Stand 4-258, where we will showcase the newest and coolest in Automotive, IoT, and Industrial Automation demos as well as Qt Tooling.
Have a sneak-peek at some of the demos we will be showing and sign up for a free ticket!
Want to discuss your upcoming project? Whether you want to refine your product or develop from scratch – our Qt experts love to help. From technology and license evaluation to specialized engineering skill requirements, here’s a chance to put heads together with people developing Qt. Book a free meeting with us at the Qt booth!
Qt 3D Studio offers a real-time WYSIWYG UI editor, powerful 2D/3D UI authoring technologies including Qt's libraries, and an open, plugin-based architecture with easy access to all source code.
Our new 3D design and development tool for both software developers and graphic designers enables smoother workflows between different parties.
This demo shows how a 3D instrument cluster designed and implemented in Qt 3D Studio can easily be replicated and converted into 2D on a low-end SoC typically used in low-end car models.
This seamless transition between 3D and 2D HMI tooling lets OEMs achieve a consistent user experience across high- and low-end models with Qt.
Based on a multifunctional cab for self-propelled vehicles such as harvesters and field sprayers, the CAB Concept Cluster demonstrates what is possible today and in the future. Major trends such as serial-tested modularity, x2x-usability, and smart farming are transferred into real added value for customers: flexibility, future reliability, and profitability. Find more information about the Smart CAB and other projects of the CAB Concept Cluster.
Multi-Display In-Vehicle Infotainment
With graphics, fast dynamics and very high-performance processors, MTA is able to offer a complete “In-Vehicle” system and with state-of-the-art specifications. This system manages, even simultaneously, the infotainment, the instrument cluster and a passenger display or a HUD functions, thanks to the presence of an “intelligent” central unit. The whole UI is built with Qt Quick, and the logic is created with C++ using the versatile Qt APIs.
- Multi-display, single computer
- Drives up to 3 Full High Definition displays
- LINUX optimized for automotive
- AUTOSAR for vehicle network management
- Layered security architecture
- Latest features and updates over the air
- Fast boot time (less than 2 seconds)
- Support for smartphone integration
- Certifications: ISO/TS 16949, ISO 16750, FCC, CE, ROHS
Qt OpcUA by basysKom
basysKom will present a configurable HMI for industrial automation using Qt OpcUa, a new Qt API developed by basysKom. OPC UA is established as the standard interface to communicate with industrial controllers. Qt OpcUa makes it very convenient to integrate OPC UA enabled devices and services into Qt applications.
The OPC UA interface of a WAGO PLC is used via Qt OpcUa to read and monitor machine data which is visualized by this HMI. The editor allows to configure predefined widgets and to preview the result live against real-time machine data. Both editor and visualization are built on top of Qt and Qt Quick.
In addition to Qt OpcUa, Qt MQTT is used to visualize sensor data produced by the neighboring IoTSensorTag demo presented by The Qt Company. With Qt's built in support for numerous communication protocols the HMI then not only allows to consume data but also to act as a gateway device.
Qt OpcUa with open62541
Qt Quick Controls 2
Read more about Qt OpcUa in our blog.
Industrial IoT Remote UI
The Bosch Intelligent Workpiece Carrier (iWpC) is a headless device for gathering parameters and signals (e.g pressure signals, etc) within production lines.
Equipped with a high precision pressure sensor, the iWpC is used in Bosch factories for automatic calibration and diagnostics within production lines of commonrail injectors used in car engines. In contract to a manual sensor calibration/diagnostic, an automatic calibration is more time and cost efficient.
Although the device has no screen, its UI can be displayed by any modern web browser using Qt WebGL streaming. The UI itself is built with QtQuickControls 2 and QML.
• Cost-saving autocalibration and diagnostic of pressure sensors • UI can be accessed by any web browser using WebGL streaing • No installation of UI needed
• Kontron iMX6