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Meet Java ME Embedded team at Embedded World in Nuermberg

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Just in case you have recently jumped into an embedded industry the Embedded World is one of the biggest trade fairs of this kind. The event is absolutely a must-attend for embedded architects, developers, product and purchasing managers or anybody else who is passionate about the internals of an electronic appliance. The Embedded World trade fair in Nuremberg enables you to experience the whole world of embedded systems, including modern directions as distributed intelligence and the Internet of Things.

 Oracle is extending its partnership with ST Microelectronics by developing Java ME Embedded ports to support two STM platforms based on ARM Cortex M4 and Cortex M7 MCUs. This should happen within the next release of our product, but you have a unique opportunity to see it in action next week. The Java ME Embedded team has a booth within the STM exhibition area at Embedded World Hall 4A / 4A-138 . We have prepared several impressive demo show cases for our booth. You will see how absolutely the same binary runs on both STM32429I-EVAL platform and Raspberry Pi. How particular software modules on ARM Cortex M4 platform update remotely with dependency resolution.  

We prepared an absolutely awesome security feature which utilizes a brand new STM HW security module helping to keep Java binary protected in embedded devices.

The brightest gem of our demo pod at Embedded World this year is a use case of Java ME Embedded platform integration with Oracle IoT Cloud Service. The demo is a prototype of a smart insurance system customizing an insurance plan based on driver behavior. The Java ME Embedded application gathers data from I2C accelerometer, processes it and as soon as the acceleration exceeds a predefined threshold, an alert message is generated and securely sent to Oracle IoT Cloud Service. The stream of messages is then processed in real time by an analytic engine, and based on the results of that analysis, an integrated external business application is notified about unusual driving actions for example rush driving.

I am really happy to be at Embedded World with two exceptional Oracle engineers. Alexey Bakhtin, who is the security lead in our product, and Alexander Mironenko, the porting lead. They will be able to answer any platform related or deeply technical questions. Come to our booth and meet them in person.

Also, if you want to catch up with me in person in Nuremberg, feel free to reach out via this blog or my twitter @gigabel.

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