Matthew is Principle Software Architect in Arm's Automotive and IoT Business Line. His main responsibility is to deliver a software architecture that helps solve the integration of highly complex software workloads into increasingly complex heterogeneous system architectures for Automotive and Autonomous systems.
He has worked at Arm for eight years in a number of roles across Infrastructure, Client and Open Source Software. Before Arm, Matthew held research positions at Sony and Cisco. He is a huge rugby fan and enjoys coaching and refereeing the game and playing touch rugby with family and friends.
Principal Software Architect / Arm
Arm and our partners are realizing the vision of cloud native development in the automotive domain. We will look at the impact adopting a software-defined architecture has on future generations of aut...