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Embedded E-cast
By OpenSystems Media
About this podcast
An E-cast is a live, single or multiple sponsor event used to educate engineers, programmers, and other industry professionals about a particular product, service, or technology. Each podcast consists of a 45-minute presentation and 15-minute interactive Q&A session. E-casts are moderated by a member of the OpenSystems Media editorial staff or a industry recognized guest moderator. Our E-casts are moderated to keep the event interesting, informative, and technically relevant.
Episodes (Total: 495)
Oct. 27, 200 · 01:00:00
What's coming down the road, what to expect and what is just a myth? This will cover where things will go including 4d printing, conductive materials, bionic applications, accessible metal printing, true mass customization and if there will ever be a 3d printer in every home. You'll walk away with some ideas on what to look out for in technological advancements and how you can put yourself in a position to take advantage of these coming advancements.
Oct. 27, 200 · 01:00:00
The business case for IoT is often driven by the value of data being generated by hundreds or thousands of field devices. An extension of business operations into a customer, often located far away, these health of these devices directly impacts the entire system.
Oct. 27, 200 · 01:00:00
This Webinar review MontaVista's GENIVI Compliant Automotive Technology Platform and discuss opportunities around Mobile Consumer Applications, create specific look and feel to your solution, add world class security to protect vital telematics functions from potential hacking via the infotainment environment, and much more. .
Oct. 27, 200 · 01:00:00
Freescale, Curtiss Wright and Wind River have partnered together in the development of high performance and secure platforms that solve the Size, Weight and Power issues facing the Aerospace and Defense industry. Learn how the combined roadmaps of these three companies, now and into the future, deliver cost effective and power efficient off-the-shelf COTS solutions for the demanding military application.
Oct. 26, 200 · 01:00:00
Analytics is one of the most compelling components of an Internet of Things strategy. Where you perform the analytics activities are also vitally important.
Oct. 26, 200 · 01:00:00
Advanced processes and practices that show the value of 3d printing as a process and production aide. We will discuss the more cutting edge applications, who is advancing these methods and why? Also we will explore the less complex but most impactful applications being used in industry.
Oct. 26, 200 · 01:00:00
Military and ISR operations are inundated with vast amounts of data collected from an expanding network of sources, including sensor data from UAS, satellites, and remote monitoring stations. To address the challenge of providing the most advanced technology for military applications, COTS suppliers are redesigning systems from the ground up and extending the capability of commercial components.
Oct. 26, 200 · 01:00:00
The time and cost required to integrate tactical applications like combat, unmanned and ISR systems is traditionally much higher than for conventional enterprise applications. This is because custom integration approaches have been required to satisfy their demanding performance, reliability and resource requirements.
Oct. 26, 200 · 01:00:00
This seminar compares the benefits of SMP and distributed architectures as implemented for different types of processors. Developers and innovators who require embedded multiprocessing solutions can benefit from this seminar, which will present: (1) The ease of use and code portability of SMP architectures, (2) A comparison of solutions using the Dual-Core Intel Xeon processor to other processors based on X86 and PowerPC instruction set architectures, and (3) A look at future implementations expected to bring embedded server solutions to harsh environments requiring rugged formats.
Oct. 25, 200 · 01:00:00
Developing an in-car architecture is perhaps the greatest technical risk for any company starting an Autonomous Car program. Selection of architecture is a long-term decision that must last for a decade or more and impacts performance, features and cost.
Oct. 25, 200 · 01:00:00
Coverage of how additive manufacturing processes work and what that means in terms of where the technology should or should not be applied. This will also overview how the technology has been used over the past 30 years, how it came into the limelight recently and why some may think the industry is waning.
Oct. 25, 200 · 01:00:00
Delivering competitive embedded systems with the right level of quality has become an enormous challenge in the A&D market. With limited resources available for testing, the quality team must clearly understand the impact of changes to requirements and code in order to successfully meet these challenges.
Oct. 25, 200 · 01:00:00
FPGAs are increasingly replacing standalone DSP devices. This E-cast looks at the pros, cons, and development tools needed to implement digital signal processing using FPGAs.
Oct. 24, 200 · 01:00:00
Wind River offers Lab Diagnostics to streamline workflows during system integration, software verification and product validation for Linux. Sensorpoints enable engineers to dynamically instrument running applications without modification to the application source code, rebuilding the application binary, re-flashing boards or rebooting the device.
Oct. 24, 200 · 01:00:00
The COM Express standard defines a small form factor single board computer based on high performance PCI Express fabric technology. Com Express boards can be used standalone for embedded applications or can act as a CPU mezzanine that plugs onto an application specific I/O base board.
Oct. 23, 200 · 01:00:00
Software test needs and software requirements are often perceived as a balance of yin and yang, where software requirements are thought to be the yin to software testings yang. While traditional software engineering often separates the software requirements and testing processes, best-in-class development mandates integration of testing with requirements.
Oct. 23, 200 · 01:00:00
The Industrial Internet is an emerging communication infrastructure that connects people, data, and machines to enable access and control of mechanical devices in unprecedented ways. It connects machines embedded with sensors and sophisticated software to other machines (and end users) to extract data, make sense of it, and find meaning where it did not exist before.
Oct. 23, 200 · 01:00:00
In this 1-hour session, presenters will describe hardware and software tools, which enable engineers to develop DSP applications that take advantage of the processing power in the latest generation of FPGAs and FPGA SoCs. .
Oct. 23, 200 · 01:00:00
Getting it right is the most profoundly important matter confronting system and software developers of safety-critical applications such as space flight, avionics, and any life-critical equipment. There are no predictable or predetermined answers.
Oct. 23, 200 · 01:00:00
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