Maximize effectiveness by combining Android and TI OMAP35x
On-demand Web Seminar
Attend this webinar to learn how Mentor tools and services can accelerate your design.
With the availability of Android for the Texas Instruments OMAP35x, developers are now able to utilize the unique power of the Android application framework to create new compelling designs. Mentor Graphics has collaborated with TI to deliver an exciting Android experience for both developers and users.
What You Will Learn
- Fundamentals of the Android architecture
- Advantages of Android for designs relative to Linux
- Mentor developer tools to assist Android developers
- How Android and TI OMAP35x work together
Who Should View
- Engineering managers considering Android for embedded systems
- Engineers interested in using Android with Java, C, and C++ development tools
About the Presenters
Brad Dixon is a Sr. Marketing Manager at Mentor Graphics responsible for Android, Linux, and Nucleus. Brad has been at the nexus of open source and embedded software as a developer, FAE, and product manager since 2000. Previously at MontaVista, Brad has helped some of the world's most demanding companies understand how to apply Linux and other open source technology to design new applications and devices. In addition to technical nuts and bolts, Brad is involved in licensing, quality assurance, networking, and security.
Katie Roberts-Hoffman is a Software Engineer in the ARM Microprocessors Business Unit at Texas Instruments. She is currently working on enabling Android on OMAP35xx devices via the Rowboat project and exploring other upcoming technologies on Cortex-A8s. She has previously developed software solutions for multimedia codecs and graphics on a variety of TI s System-on-Chip platforms. Katie holds a MS in Management Science and Engineering from Stanford University and a MS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Texas at Dallas.
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