Dag Arne Braend (Senior Director Atmel MCU Tools, Atmel)

Title:  Use of microcontroller simulator models in Atmel Studio – and how to make them.

Abstract:  This presentation focuses on how use microcontroller simulator models as a part of the development process for new products, what requirements this places on the models and how to make and integrated them into the development environment.

Biography:

Born in Trondheim Norway 1960 and attached M.Sc. EE, NTH, Trondheim Norway 1984.

Worked at the department of Physical electronics NTH 1985-1986 as a research assistant

Worket at Universty Hosiptal in Trondheim 1986 with Quality Control of electro medical equipment.

Worked for Metron (Norwegian start-up company later sold to Fluke) developing microcontroller based safety analyzers for medical use 1986-1991

Worked for the Konsgberg group as a project manager 1991-1999 mainly focusing on subsea navigation equipment and oceanographic monitoring

Worked for Oceanor developing the core CPU / OS platform for oceanographic buoys 1999-2000

2000 – present worked as the Director for Atmels MCU Tools Development, including Atmel Studio, programmers, debuggers & referenced designs.  Also responsible for Manufacturing and Logistics.

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