E-cast Schedule

1 week away

IoT Panel - An Inside Look at IoT Platforms

IoT known for its unique architecture involving sensors, embedded devices and gateways, and data center/cloud applications. Once the architecture is understood, defining platforms that implement the architecture is the next logical step toward effective deployment of a variety of IoT applications.
Presented by: Ayla Networks, Parasoft, PTC, RTI
March 9th
2
pm  EST
Registration:  OPEN
2 weeks away

Unmanned Aircraft and Safety Certification

Autonomous aircraft -- from hand-thrown unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) to high-flying jet-powered platforms are close to being certified to fly in multiple sections of the national airspace. The main hurdles remaining are safety related such as properly certifying their hardware and software for flight and convincing the public as well as commercial pilots they are safe even with certified equipment.
Presented by: AdaCore, Curtiss-Wright, LDRA
March 15th
2
pm  EDT
Registration:  OPEN
3 weeks away

IoT Overview and the Major Issues - Class 1 of "Device Management 101"

In this lead-off class, we will briefly review the principles of the IoT and some of the basic configurations that we may encounter (star with gateway, tree, and mesh). We will look at the major issues we face as these networks become more complex, including data issues, communication issues, device monitoring and troubleshooting, and system security.
Presented by: Wind River
March 21st
11
am  EDT
Registration:  OPEN
3 weeks away

Industrial IoT Solutions Using Microsoft Azure IoT Suite

Developing a new cloud based solution for managing, analyzing and taking action on data from an Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) deployment is not an easy task if you're new to it. While there are a lot of available resources to coach you through the steps, working from a proven model is the best starting point.
Presented by: Avnet and Microsoft
March 21st
2
pm  EDT
Registration:  OPEN
3 weeks away

Monitoring and Securing IoT Data and Communications - Class 2 of "Device Management 101"

In our second class, we will begin at the heart of the Internet of Things - the sending and receiving of data. Whether it is collecting a simple room temperature reading or capturing a video frame for analysis, the IoT enables us to collect huge amounts of data for analysis then send out data in the form of commands or as human-readable data.
Presented by: Wind River
March 22nd
11
am  EDT
Registration:  OPEN
3 weeks away

IoT Device Management - Class 3 of "Device Management 101"

In our final class, we will look at the "Things" of the IoT - our nodes and devices - and how we can effectively commission, monitor, and detect problems in them throughout their lifecycle. We will look at methods for adding device management capabilities in our devices from the design stage as well as ways to add these capabilities in the legacy devices we looked at in the previous class.
Presented by: Wind River
March 23rd
11
am  EDT
Registration:  OPEN
4 weeks away

Programming Languages and Techniques for Today's Embedded and IoT World

Embedded and IoT systems today don't typically stop with the device or sensor. Today's embedded systems are connected to gateways and industry applications to meet a specific need for that industry.
Presented by: National Instruments, Rogue Wave
March 28th
2
pm  EDT
Registration:  OPEN
4 weeks away

See how system-on-modules can improve your wireless designs

How do SOMs best fit into agile product development--especially in wireless IoT applications? Join Digi and Fraser-Nash RandD to gain an insider's view of how Frazer-Nash hardware and software teams developed London's first zero emission capable taxis--one of the famous black cabs of London. Presented by: Digi International and Digi-Key Electronics

Speaker(s): Greg Starns (Executive Director Software Development Group, Frazer-Nash); Steven Riddel (Electronics Design Manager, Frazer-Nash Research Ltd); Terry Schneider (Vice President Product Management, Digi International)

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Presented by: Digi International and Digi-Key Electronics
March 29th
11
am  EDT
Registration:  OPEN
5 weeks away

What's new in QNX(r) SDP 7.0?

BlackBerry QNX is launching its most advanced and secure embedded software platform. Join us as we examine market forces and industry challenges in the automotive sector that drive technology today and describe how BlackBerry QNX addresses them.
Presented by: BlackBerry QNX
April 5th
2
pm  EDT
Registration:  OPEN
5 months away

COTS Signal Processing for Radar and Electronic Warfare Systems

Many of the feats accomplished by modern military radar and electronic warfare (EW) systems are enabled by commercial technology -- from the signal processors to FPGAs, to analog to digital converters and digital to analog converters, to the board and system level. Cognitive EW and multifunctional systems that marry radar and EW processing capability in one box are some of the innovations fueled by these open architecture and commercial-off-the-shelf designs.
Presented by: Abaco Systems, Annapolis Micro Systems, Curtiss-Wright, Pentek
August 15th
11
am  EDT
Registration:  OPEN