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aicas Industrial IoT solutions enable deployment and operation of data analytics and control logic at the network's edge. Users gain realtime data to drive out efficiencies from their operational processes, meet customer demand more flexibly, all while keeping their devices secured in an interconnected industrial ecosystem.
JamaicaVM is a suite of development tools, runtimes and application frameworks for 32 bit and 64 bit for Industrial IoT, Automotive and Embedded systems, supporting multicore, embedded, safety critical and realtime applications. With it aicas provides analysis and optimization tools that help developers improve application quality with a full deterministic Garbage Collector for hard realtime applications.
aicas IoT solutions provide effective management of data throughput for decision-oriented analysis which increasingly benefits from Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence. Digitalization and mobile connectivity is everywhere and corporations are transforming many aspects of business operations, especially in the areas of industrial manufacturing, energy sectors, smart building management or connected transportation. aicas serves the automotive, industrial control, instrumentation, and aerospace markets. Long-time clients include Siemens, Boeing, Harman International, Hensoldt, Uster, Claas, Honeywell, EADS Astrium, Spühl and others. Headquarters in Karlsruhe, Germany, with subsidiaries in the USA and Europe.
More information: www.aicas.com
Dr. James J. Hunt is speaking on Monday, May 13th at 9:00AM
Intelligent Transport Systems, an Industrial Internet Consortium Workshop (Location: Grand Ballroom E)
Dr. James J. Hunt is CEO and co-founder of aicas GmbH. He has a BS in Computer Science and Physics from Yale University, an MA in Computer Science from Boston University, and a Doctorate of Engineering in Computer Science from the University of Karlsruhe.
He spent several years as a researcher at MIT Lincoln Laboratory developing CAD software for restructurable wafer scale integrated circuits (RVLSI) and a parallel Lisp system for signal processing.
Dr. Hunt led or participated in sever EU Projects to developed tools and technology for Java-based safety-critical systems. He is a contributing member of the Java Community Process (JCP), particularly the Real-Time Specification for Java (JSR-282), where he is the specification lead. He was European Co-chair for the subgroup on object-oriented technology of the SC-205 Plenary for updating software safety standard for avionics as well. The result of which is now published as DO-332 and ED-217.