Archived E-casts and events in-progress

6 months ago

Designing for the IoT - Class 2 of "Taking Your IoT Design to the Edge"

As we learned in our first class, we need a cohesive platform of tools and various 'building blocks' to build a robust cloud-based IoT solution to meet the needs of even high-reliability IIoT applications. In this second class on cloud-based design for the IoT, our expert instructor will discuss how a combination of Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) technologies and software-defined architecture (SDA) from Wind River(r) is ushering in a new era of IoT innovation.
Presented by: Wind River
 RECORDed
October 11, 2017
11
am  EDT
Registration:  OPEN
6 months ago

IoT and Cloud Computing Basics - Class 1 of "Taking Your IoT Design to the Edge"

Before we begin our IoT system solution, we need to fully understand the overall structure and key elements of a robust and secure cloud-based system. In this leadoff class, our expert instructor will review these needs as well as the possible challenges that we face and will continue to face in our IoT system throughout its life cycle.
Presented by: Wind River
 RECORDed
October 10, 2017
11
am  EDT
Registration:  OPEN
6 months ago

How to Design Industrial IoT Systems with LabVIEW 2017's Interoperable Data Communication Support

The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) incorporates devices and applications developed by many suppliers and running on many platforms. To ensure that these complex systems of systems are easier to integrate - as well as less expensive and more efficient to build - it is critical to take advantage of standard interfaces and protocols.
Presented by: RTI
 RECORDed
October 4, 2017
11
am  EDT
Registration:  OPEN
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6 months ago

Reducing SWaP in RF and Microwave Designs for EW, SIGINT, and Radar Applications

Reduced size, weight, and power (SWaP) requirements are affecting every area of military designs especially RF and microwave solutions for electronic warfare (EW), signals intelligence (SIGINT), and radar applications. This E-cast of industry experts will cover how military electronics designers are solving SWaP challenges to enable multifunction, multi-platform systems.
Presented by: Evans Capacitor Company, National Instruments
 RECORDed
September 29, 2017
2
pm  EDT
Registration:  OPEN
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6 months ago

Enabling Multifunctional Electronic Warfare Systems

Traditionally the electronic warfare (EW) market has been flavored with customized systems and stovepipe technology based on closed architectures. Yet as adversary's threats become more sophisticated, the pressure has mounted on designers to create multifunctional EW systems that can adapt and respond effectively in real time, marrying functions such as signals intelligence (SIGINT), electronic intelligence (ELINT) and even radar functions in one box.
Presented by: Annapolis Micro Systems, National Instruments, NordiaSoft
 RECORDed
September 28, 2017
2
pm  EDT
Registration:  OPEN
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6 months ago

Virtualization Increases Your IoT Critical Infrastructure System's Cybersecurity - Class 3 of "Designing Safe and Secure IoT Systems for the Critical Infrastructure"

With the connection to the Internet and the connectivity to a plethora of devices, cybersecurity is a big issue. This dovetails with the need for multiple levels of safety that were discussed in Day 2, as it pertains to the cost of certification in critical infrastructure IoT.
Presented by: Wind River
 RECORDed
September 28, 2017
11
am  EDT
Registration:  OPEN
6 months ago

Effective Requirements Definition and Management for the IoT Enterprise

IoT systems are a mash-up of many technologies that require embedded, network, and enterprise expertise coupled with industry domain insight. Within this challenging environment, it's never been more important to have an effective set of tools and techniques for creation of the right requirements for a successful project and managing them in a way that promotes collaboration and increased cross-functional communication.
Presented by: IBM
 RECORDed
September 27, 2017
2
pm  EDT
Registration:  OPEN
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6 months ago

Use Virtualization To Enable Safety-Certified IoT Critical Infrastructure System - Class 2 of "Designing Safe and Secure IoT Systems for the Critical Infrastructure"

Companies are updating their critical infrastructure, and safety has become a key issue, with increased regulation and risk of litigation driving the need for safety certification in industries such as aerospace, energy, industrial automation, medical, and robotics. One area of concern is partitioning safety certified and non-safe code and that's what we'll cover in Day 2 of this three-day course.
Presented by: Wind River
 RECORDed
September 27, 2017
11
am  EDT
Registration:  OPEN
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6 months ago

How to Design Safe, Secure, and Reliable IoT Critical Infrastructure Systems - Class 1 of "Designing Safe and Secure IoT Systems for the Critical Infrastructure"

There's no way around it; as a software developer, system engineer, or system architect, you're going to encounter design complexity when developing safe, secure and reliable IoT systems for today's critical infrastructure. But in this new software-defined world and with the IoT exploding around us, companies like yours must adapt to stay relevant.
Presented by: Wind River
 RECORDed
September 26, 2017
11
am  EDT
Registration:  OPEN
7 months ago

Reducing Cost and Risk of Safety Critical Systems, looking at Compliance for MISRA C 2012

Safety-critical systems require some of the most stringent, time-consuming and expensive development and testing processes. Increasing functionality and connectivity has even driven up test and certification costs.
Presented by: Parasoft
 RECORDed
September 22, 2017
2
pm  EDT
Registration:  OPEN
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7 months ago

Cyber Security: It Starts with the Embedded System

Some of the most famous information breaches over the past few years have been a result of entry through embedded and IoT system environments. Often these breaches are a result of unexpected system architecture and service connectivity on the network that allows the hacker to enter through an embedded device and make their way to the financial or corporate servers.
Presented by: LDRA, Rogue Wave Software, Wind River, WinSystems
 RECORDed
September 21, 2017
2
pm  EDT
Registration:  OPEN
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7 months ago

Solving Real Time Direction Finding and Spectrum Monitoring with Software Defined Radios

As the variety and complexity of communication systems in the modern RF battlefield increase, the need to quickly design, deploy and field upgrade spectrum monitoring and direction finding solutions becomes paramount. Software Defined Radio (SDR) platforms for these applications need to cover wide frequency ranges, process high bandwidth data in real-time, provide synchronization scalable across multiple channels, and support flexible development tools.
Presented by: National Instruments
 RECORDed
September 20, 2017
2
pm  EDT
Registration:  OPEN
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7 months ago

COTS CPU, FPGA, and I/O Solutions for Real-Time Simulation and Testing

In this webinar, Sam Mirsky, Application Engineer at MathWorks, will discuss why and how to perform real-time simulation and testing, enabling you to rapidly and continuously test and prove your designs, from desktop simulation to testing your designs in real time on hardware platforms. Presented by: MathWorks

Speaker(s): Sam Mirsky (Application Engineer, MathWorks)

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Presented by: MathWorks
 RECORDed
September 19, 2017
2
pm  EDT
Registration:  OPEN
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7 months ago

Cut Development Time of Advanced Mil-Aero Applications

Learn from proven, successful, and feature-rich SWaP-C optimized deployments. It is more and more difficult to meet expanding I/O needs, tight budgets and shorter program deployment schedules demanded of today's advanced defense systems.
Presented by: DDC, Kontron
 RECORDed
September 7, 2017
11
am  EDT
Registration:  OPEN
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8 months ago

Make Your High-Integrity Code Safe and Secure

Attend this webcast to learn how to verify the quality, reliability, and security of high-integrity software. You'll learn to do this thoroughly and efficiently using automated static code analysis based on formal methods.
Presented by: MathWorks
 RECORDed
August 16, 2017
2
pm  EDT
Registration:  OPEN
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