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3 days ago

Are Continuous Delivery Practices Possible When Developing Embedded Systems?

The development of embedded software continues to evolve based on market pressures, constant technology and development methodology changes and client expectations. However, can new approaches, such as Continuous Delivery, be adopted by embedded systems developers? It may seem like an impossible goal.
Presented by: Polarion and Perforce
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March 26th
1
pm  EDT
Registration:  OPEN
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1 week ago

Reducing Time-to-Market for Appealing Embedded GUIs with the new Freescale i.MX 6SoloX and Crank Storyboard Suite

With the rapid growth of devices with screens in market, the priority for teams creating embedded applications is often accelerating development. Quickly delivering applications to the market shouldnt leave teams feeling as if they have to compromise on application quality or graphics.
Presented by: Crank Software, Freescale
 RECORDed
March 19th
2
pm  EDT
Registration:  OPEN
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1 week ago

Standards for Autonomous and Secure Microgrids

The United States power grid is changing. Distributed Energy Resources (DERs) require responsive, distributed control at the edge of the grid.
Presented by: RTI
 RECORDed
March 19th
11
am  EDT
Registration:  OPEN
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2 weeks ago

Interoperability and the Internet of Things - To standardize or not to standardize?

The Internet of Things (IoT) encompasses a range of technology verticals, from consumer electronics and connected cars to industrial controls and the smart grid. However, while this immense diversity has created a market opportunity valued as high as $14 trillion, it has also generated significant interoperability issues stemming from a vast amount of available communications protocols.
Presented by: PrismTech, RTI, ThingWorx
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March 12th
2
pm  EDT
Registration:  OPEN
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3 weeks ago

Navigating the Hurdles of DO-178C Development

DO-178C is now the standard for virtually all new software flying today. Developing DO-178C avionics software adds a significant effort over standard industry practices.
Presented by: DDC-I, Vector Software
 RECORDed
March 4th
11
am  EST
Registration:  OPEN
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3 weeks ago

FAA Regulatory Guidance for Multi-core Usage in Certified Avionics Systems

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has recently published guidance on the usage of multi-core processor in airborne systems. Multi-core processors offer performance improvements, legacy software reuse, and cost savings through consolidation of multiple applications on a single silicon platform.
Presented by: Wind River
 RECORDed
March 3rd
2
pm  EST
Registration:  OPEN
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4 weeks ago

Learn how to make Cellular Connectivity easy, affordable and custom

Arrow is excited to invite you to learn about a maintenance and worry-free way to implement cellular connectivity. Kontron, MultiTech and Microsoft have partnered to bring you a solution that will: Reduce development time Work in multiple regions with multiple cellular carriers Eliminate the need for cellular certifications Reduce costs by increasing life and decreasing maintenance Easily customize and engineer to your industry.
Presented by: Arrow, Kontron, MultiTech, Microsoft
 RECORDed
February 26th
2
pm  EST
Registration:  OPEN
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4 weeks ago

How to Build the Connectivity Architecture for the Industrial Internet of Things (IoT)

Have you struggled to effectively apply conventional connectivity solutions to your Industrial Internet of Things (IoT) application? Do you re-invent the wheel every time you deal with managing multiple independent states as you add new applications? Do you have to create your own custom application level protocols? Will your connectivity solution be flexible enough to accommodate future requirements, data types and staffing changes?Presented by: RTI

Speaker(s): Rajive Joshi, PhD (Principal Solution Architect, RTI)

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Presented by: RTI
 RECORDed
February 25th
2
pm  EST
Registration:  OPEN
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4 weeks ago

Panel Discussion - Exploring IoT: Silicon, Software, Security, and Sensors

The Internet of Things is a broad-reaching concept traversing virtually every market segment. The IoT space has created a market opportunity valued as high as $14 trillion by analysts.
Presented by: Eurotech, Flexera, McAfee, RTI, ThingWorx
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February 23rd
2
pm  EST
Registration:  OPEN
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Last month

Make sense of it all - Discover wearable patches with secure, contactless NFC

Medical or Health and Fitness patches allow patients to monitor vital data on their own and share data securely to remote healthcare centers for analysis and instruction. The highly integrated ultra-low-power RF430FRL15xH system-on-chip enables the development of disposable patches that sense temperature, hydration and more for either battery-supported data logging in FRAM or on-the-spot, passive measurement using RF energy harvested from an NFC-enabled phone.
Presented by: Texas Instruments
 RECORDed
February 4th
11
am  EST
Registration:  OPEN
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Agile, Continuous Practices and DevOps: How far can you go in Embedded Software Development?

Software development and methodologies are constantly evolving and incorporating agile, continuous practices, and DevOps can have profound effects. Effects can include a transformation not only in development methodologies, but also in how companies choose to organize themselves, how they view their business, and most significantly, how they deliver value to their customers.
Presented by: Wind River
 RECORDed
January 29th
2
pm  EST
Registration:  OPEN
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Last month

Two Approaches You Must Consider when Architecting Radar Systems

Modern radar systems must keep up with a rapidly changing threat environment, readily adapt to new technologies and be developed with smaller budgets. How do you architect your future radar systems to meet these challenging requirements? Presented by: RTI

Speaker(s): Dr.

Presented by: RTI
 RECORDed
January 28th
2
pm  EST
Registration:  OPEN
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2 months ago

USB Type-C: Will You Be Plugged In?

The new USB Type-C promises to revolutionize many types of equipment with its up to 100W of power for faster charging and support of new devices, small reversible connector that improves ease of use, blazing fast 10Gbits+ of bandwidth and the flexibility of video alternate modes. Industry leaders are likely to release the first products that utilize this technology mid-2015.
Presented by: Lattice Semiconductor
 RECORDed
January 20th
11
am  EST
Registration:  OPEN
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3 months ago

Panel Discussion: IoT - Designing, Connecting, and Securing your Things

There are many factors to consider when youre designing a device that needs to talk to the outside world, a phenomenon thats now commonly known as the Internet of Things. The first point to consider is your target market thatll also determine how deeply you need to be involved in the security discussions.
Presented by: ADLINK Technology, Echelon, Freescale, MultiTech Systems, NXP
 RECORDed
December 11, 2014
2
pm  EST
Registration:  OPEN
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3 months ago

Breaking Through the 3.0GHz with the ARM(r) Cortex(r)-A53

The Cortex-A53 is one of the most power efficient processor from ARM capable of seamlessly supporting both 32-bit and 64-bit code. It finds application in a wide variety of markets from smart-phones and tablets to high performance enterprise and networking.
Presented by: ARM
 RECORDed
December 10, 2014
1
pm  EST
Registration:  OPEN
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