Tarragon Embedded Technology has appointed Jon Beech and Tam Lundie to head up its embedded software division. The company has recently expanded and made organisational changes within its three operational groups on site in Cambridge.
Beech (abvove) joins from Motorola where he built and managed its automotive European software centre. He has over 17 years experience in the automotive and embedded software industry.
Lundie (above) has worked in real time embedded systems for over 17 years, originally working in flight simulation and DSP before moving to Motorola to work in automotive embedded software.
Tarragon has been developing embedded control software and tools for the automotive sector for over ten years and has a client base in North America, Europe and Asia. The three main company divisions operating in Cambridge are embedded software, tools and automation, and the newly established systems engineering group that was launched early in 2002.