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How Will Windows XP End of Support Impact Your Embedded Systems?

With Microsofts announcement of the end of life of Windows XP on April 8, 2014, various embedded systems may be at risk. Leaving these systems unpatched and unprotected not only poses a risk to your business, but also may impact security posture, and your organizations ability to meet compliance requirements including Payment Card Industry (PCI) and HIPAA.
Presented by: McAfee
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Today
2
pm  EDT
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20 hours away

Reduce Automation Cost and Complexity with Virtualization Kit

New virtualization technologies are giving developers an opportunity to reduce the cost and complexity of industrial automation. Using multicore processors, developers can combine previously discrete subsystems into a single computing unit, thereby reducing the systems footprint and streamlining integration, support, and maintenance.
Presented by: Intel Corp., Wind River Systems, Avnet
April 24th
11
am  EDT
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6 days away

Improving Embedded Design for Fixed and Mobile Medical Applications with Intel(r) 4th Gen Core(tm) Technology and the Internet of Things

Intels tick-tock cadence of innovation and processor improvement continually drives embedded advances in performance, power, graphics, security and form factor. Building on the technical achievements of previous processor generations, todays 4th generation Intel Core product family enables a dramatic performance advantage for embedded systems developers.
Presented by: ADLINK, Intel
April 30th
2
pm  EDT
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2 weeks away

Becoming Part of the Car - Who's Driving Now?

The automotive environment is a challenging mix of entertainment, safety, and reliability. But challenges dont stop with the car itself.
Presented by: CloudOne, Electric Cloud, IBM, RTI
May 13th
2
pm  EDT
Registration:  OPEN
3 weeks away

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.
May 20th
2
pm  EDT
Registration:  OPEN
3 weeks away

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
May 21st
2
pm  EDT
Registration:  OPEN
4 weeks away

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
May 28th
2
pm  EDT
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1 month away

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
June 17th
2
pm  EDT
Registration:  OPEN