E-cast Schedule

Yesterday

Enabling Open Architectures and Commonality in Military Sensor Systems

A demand for commonality is driving procurement and technology development within the Department of Defense (DoD). Commonality is enabled by open architectures and technology reuse across multiple platforms -- from radar to electronic warfare to ISR sensors.
Presented by: Annapolis Micro Systems, Kontron, National Instruments, Mercury Systems
 RECORDed
February 21st
11
am  EST
Registration:  OPEN
13 hours ago

The New In-Vehicle UI

From active safety to infotainment, in-vehicle HMIs are now tasked with conveying information that keeps occupants both comfortable and out of harm's way. However, the convergence of systems within modern automobiles now sees safety-critical functions often operating alongside non-critical features, at times even on the same hardware.
Presented by: National Instruments
 RECORDed
February 22nd
2
pm  EST
Registration:  OPEN
2 weeks away

Designing IoT for the Long Term Using Feedback Loops

Like any system, your IoT system needs constant tweaking and/or incremental improvements. Thats best using built-in analytics and feedback loops.
Presented by: Ayla Networks
March 15th
2
pm  EDT
Registration:  OPEN
3 weeks away

Thermal Management Challenges in Modern Military Computer Systems

Designers of embedded computing systems for military applications such as avionics, electronic warfare, radar, etc. , love the advantages modern processors and FPGAs bring them but continue to need innovative ways to deal with the extra heat these components bring with them especially in small form factor designs.
Presented by: ELMA Electronics, Kontron
March 20th
11
am  EDT
Registration:  OPEN
3 weeks away

Avionics Safety Certification Challenges with UAVs

Unmanned aircraft, drones, remotely-piloted aircraft, or whatever one chooses to call them are increasing in number and often staying ahead of the regulatory bodies tasked with setting their safety standards. Compliance with FAA safety certification standards such as DO-178 B and C for software and DO-254 for hardware is required even for military aircraft.
Presented by: dSPACE, LDRA
March 20th
2
pm  EDT
Registration:  OPEN
1 month away

Security is Paramount in Medical

Security is generally at the top of the list of "must haves" for designers of medical devices. But what does that mean exactly? How secure is secure? Do you know the end environment where your device will be deployed? Are you sure? These are just the first of many questions that must be answered if you want to proceed.
Presented by: LDRA, Wittenstein
April 10th
2
pm  EDT
Registration:  OPEN
1 month away

Leveraging Embedded Systems Solutions While Reducing SWaP for EW, SIGINT, and Radar Applications

As enemy threats become more complicated and sophisticated, there is within the Department of Defense (DoD) a demand for advanced RF and microwave solutions to counter those threats. Spectrum dominance, electronic warfare (EW), radar upgrades, and other sensor applications require system designers to leverage multifunction, multi-platform systems while also reducing size, weight, and power (SWaP) throughout these systems.
Presented by: Pentek
April 17th
11
am  EDT
Registration:  OPEN
1 month away

Solving Avionics Safety Certification Challenges for Modern Aircraft

Whether it's a commercial passenger jet, a general aviation aircraft, a military fighter jet, or combat helicopter, avionics technology continues to get more and more sophisticated and relies increasingly on the latest commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) hardware and software. Civil aviation authorities across the world have become more open more open to these hardware and software systems to Design Assurance Level (DAL) A for certification to standards such as DO-178 C.
Presented by: DDC-I, dSPACE, LDRA, Wind River
April 17th
2
pm  EDT
Registration:  OPEN