Archived E-casts and events in-progress

1 week ago

How to Leverage Open Architectures for Existing Systems

Economic realities dictate that "new" distributed systems are almost never entirely new creations. Existing capabilities which cannot be readily duplicated at minimal cost are often necessary and even critical components of otherwise new systems.
Presented by: RTI
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August 21st
2
pm  EDT
Registration:  OPEN
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1 week ago

Meeting Today's IoT Device Challenges with Virtualization and Consolidation

From modernizing legacy systems to designing new industrial and consumer connected products spawned by the era of the Internet of Things (IoT), embedded developers are faced with new challenges for their devices where connectivity, scalability, security, and future-proofing are required along with the continual pressure to reduce costs, risks, and time-to-market. Presented by: Wind River

Speaker(s): Mark Hermeling (Director Product Management, Wind River)

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Presented by: Wind River
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August 20th
2
pm  EDT
Registration:  OPEN
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2 weeks ago

Protecting Your Car: Increasing Auto Software Security

The future of automotive will feature vehicle to vehicle communications for enhanced safety and the ability to integrate personal mobile devices into the car to provide improved information and a better entertainment experience. The benefits and convenience are significant but whats the impact of this increased connectivity? Is it possible for a security hole or rogue application on your cell phone to get into the power train in your car? What are the critical software security issues, best practices and mitigation techniques automotive developers need to know? Join us as embedded security experts discuss the unique requirements and security issues within an automotive environment.
Presented by: Electric Cloud, klocwork, Security Innovation
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August 12th
2
pm  EDT
Registration:  OPEN
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5 weeks ago

Building a Customized Debug and Trace Solution for a Multi-Core SoC

Todays SoCs are ever increasing in complexity with features such as multiple cores, multiple clusters, heterogeneous compute, coherency, DVFS and multiple architectures. Traditional hardware debug solutions fail to address the entire SoC space and this is where a customized debug and trace solution targeted at your SoC is essential for hardware debug, software development and performance analysis.
Presented by: ARM
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July 24th
2
pm  EDT
Registration:  OPEN
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Last month

Reducing SWaP in Embedded Systems with Small Form Factor Designs

Smaller, compact electronics are being required more and more for vetronics, avionics, unmanned system payloads, missile systems, command and control systems, radios, and other military applications. Mostly because modern processing technology enables system designers to replace legacy systems with as much as 10 times the performance in the same size footprint.
Presented by: Curtiss-Wright, Ecrin Systems, GE Intelligent Platforms, TE Connectivity
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July 16th
2
pm  EDT
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Last month

26 Ways to Recover: Whos Afraid of Losing a VM?

There are many things that can go wrong in the modern data center today. When it comes to virtualized environments, what do you need to be able to restore? Just a file? Maybe an entire VM? What about a SQL record, email message or Linux application? Join Expert Rick Vanover from Veeam for this webinar to explain how restore options can deliver Availability for the Modern Data Center.
Presented by: Veeam
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July 15th
2
pm  EDT
Registration:  OPEN
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2 months ago

Is Your Data Secure?

Odds are good that your data is extremely important to you. Now consider how one secures that data.
Presented by: RTI
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June 24th
11
am  EDT
Registration:  OPEN
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2 months ago

Managing the Risk of Meeting Embedded Software Certification Objectives

Many of the safety standards specify a number of objectives or requirements that need to be met. We will discuss these objectives and look at various ways in which they can be implemented and documented as well as highlighting the processes, procedures, risks and tools used to achieve safety-critical software certification.
Presented by: LDRA, Polarion
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June 19th
2
pm  EDT
Registration:  OPEN
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2 months ago

Addressing Reliability and Service Outages in your Organization through an Effective Enterprise Architecture

Todays business services and operational components are typically distributed with no centralized repository which can result in prolonged service outages. Incorporating external vendor technology and managing integration of open source software can also cause service outages beyond the companys control if not managed properly.
Presented by: IBM
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June 18th
2
pm  EDT
Registration:  OPEN
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2 months ago

Connecting the Internet of Things - One Size Does Not Fit All

The Internet of Things (IoT) trend promises to connect the smallest of sensors, the broadest range of consumer electronics, to the largest of information delivery systems. As Internet connectivity has pushed its way down the complexity chain the price, performance, and bandwidth requirements for internet connecting these devices becomes a critical issue, as has the ever growing attack surface presented by the enormous number of unprotected and/or insecure devices.
Presented by: Echelon, RTI, Security Innovation, Silicon Labs
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June 17th
2
pm  EDT
Registration:  OPEN
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2 months ago

Integrated Architecture: More Growth, Less Service Outages

Is your communications-related company becoming larger and more distributed? Having a hard time setting consistent processes company-wide? If organizational growth is not managed effectively, both company-wide and with external vendors, break-downs are inevitable resulting in service outages or even more catastrophic results. Integrated Architecture is a solution to this industry-wide challenge, providing a means to manage the processes within your organization.
Presented by: IBM
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June 11th
2
pm  EDT
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3 months ago

Unmanned System ISR Sensor Payloads Innovation Through Signal Processing

Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) program managers want their intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) payloads to see further at lower weight and in more compact packages than previous designs. Multi-mission payloads involving radar, signals intelligence, multi-spectral, hyperspectral, and other sensors are requiring intensive signal processing capability next to the sensor in the payload to get around the data link bottlenecks and filter important data before it is sent to the ground.
Presented by: Curtiss-Wright, GE Intelligent Platforms, Pentek
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May 28th
2
pm  EDT
Registration:  OPEN
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3 months ago

Choosing Linux for Medical Devices

Presented by: Wind River

Speaker(s): Ken Herold (Engineering Specialist,Wind River); Neil McLellan (Senior Product Manager, Wind River )

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Presented by: Wind River
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May 27th
2
pm  EDT
Registration:  OPEN
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3 months ago

Reliability Solution of Flash Products and SSD - ATP Reliability and Power Protector

Reliability concern of Flash Products is getting serious since Flash doesn't equal to magnetic mass storage. Comparing with HDD, SSD has ultra-high performance.
Presented by: ATP
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May 21st
2
pm  EDT
Registration:  OPEN
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3 months ago

10 Gigabit Data Backbone Simplifies DoD Sensor Equipment Design

DoD budget pressures and time-to-deployment pressures are seriously challenging the current paradigm of bus-board based approach for sensor equipment development. The prime contractors are finding that to assemble, integrate, develop and test bus-boards based design for complex sensor systems are becoming cost & time prohibitive.
Presented by: D-TA Systems INC.
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May 20th
2
pm  EDT
Registration:  OPEN
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