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Olaf Barheine
Member Since: June 29, 2013
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Independent IT consultant and software engineer for embedded systems and industrial applications

I am computer scientist since 1997. Since 2001 I support the projects of my partners from the fields of mechanical engineering, automotive and IT as a consultant and software developer for embedded systems, industrial applications and multimedia with my know-how and my expertise.

Competences

  • Embedded systems: hardware-oriented programming for embedded systems based on 8051, ARM Core, PowerPC, x86 processors, and other microcontrollers.

  • Distributed systems: software development for field bus systems, TCP/IP, industrial ethernet and wireless systems.

  • Real-time systems: time-and safety-critical applications with hard real-time constraints for numerous RTOS

  • Software engineering: development methods for requirements analysis, design, implementation, integration and testing.

  • Model-driven software development: MDSD with UML and SysML and modern CASE tools

  • Quality management: quality assurance in all projects according to ISO 9001, V-Model XT and other standards.

Solutions for SMEs

One focus of my work is project work as a consultant and software engineer for small and medium sized companies. I assist them in the implementation of the latest technologies and development tools and I support them in the case of human resource constraints. I offer support for requirements engineering, software design, implementation, integration and testing of the systems.

Please find more information about me on my homepage (only in German):

http://www.barheine.de

 



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