Customer case: Konecranes with Eugenio Torrini | #QtWS23

Abstract: We were talking about containers way before Docker existed, we have modularity and reusability in our DNA. When developing a complex application like a user interface, we believe in decoupling graphics, logic, and communication. Many times communication layer does not depend at all on your team and maybe unknown for a long time during a project. Interface framework handles this and more, allowing to define an abstract data interface to use in the GUI and effortlessly create one or more real protocol backends later. In this presentation we want to share with you the architecture we have set up for our Cabin panel system, leveraging on Qt Interface framework for the data layer.

About the Speaker: Master's degree in Computer engineering in 2008. Living in Genoa, in the northern part of Italy. Joined Fantuzzi group research center in Genoa in 2008 as Graphical Interface developer, the company got later acquired by Terex and then by Konecranes. I've so managed to work for three companies without changing my desk. During these years I have worked in the development of a RAD tool for graphical user interface creation as well as participating in many graphical interfaces projects for off-highway, road, and maritime vehicles. Since 2020 leading Konecranes GUI tech HUB in Genoa Engineering Center.