Engineering robust, reliable software for today’s industrial systems is a major challenge. Software increasingly embodies the intellectual property that enables businesses to compete and as such is one of the major pillars upon which the success of a growing number of companies depends. And yet software engineering as a discipline often fails to meet the needs of organisations that are more and more dependent on it.
The Software-Centric Systems Conference (formerly Bits&Chips Software Engineering) brings together leading figures from industry and academia to exchange knowledge, ideas and experiences about the challenges of engineering current and future generations software systems. The second edition will take place on 25 May 2016 at the High Tech Campus in Eindhoven, the Netherlands.