Virtual Events Archive

Sponsored by: Intel(r) Embedded Alliance
Dec 09, 2009 1PM EDT (12 years, 6 months ago)
Join Intel, Advantech and Kontron to find out how Intel technology can help you meet today's tough design challenges. If you're faced with creating medical devices that adhere to low-power and other stringent requirements, be sure to attend this webinar. During this hour you will gain powerful knowl... [Read More]
Sponsored by: Wind River, Real-Time Innovations
Dec 09, 2009 3PM EDT (12 years, 6 months ago)
Join RTI and Wind River for an informative free webinar on industry-leading technologies for developing and deploying real-time distributed systems using commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) solutions requiring security and safety qualifications. Companies responsible for developing safe and secure milit... [Read More]
Sponsored by: IBM
Dec 08, 2009 2PM EDT (12 years, 6 months ago)
Software that fails in any way is expensive, as much as $300B annually according to industry surveys: product recalls or fielding upgrades can impact revenues, profits, reputations, and the possibility of repeat business. Being efficient in achieving software quality is important, and there are new... [Read More]
Sponsored by: Freescale Semiconductor, QNX Software Systems
Dec 01, 2009 2PM EDT (12 years, 6 months ago)
Industrial designs are evolving quickly and new classes of devices are creating requirements for enhanced graphics and connectivity. Sophisticated human machine interfaces, internet connectivity, audio and video are all converging in industrial applications including Security, Monitoring and Automat... [Read More]
Sponsored by: DDC-I, LDRA
Nov 12, 2009 2PM EDT (12 years, 7 months ago)
This webinar covers technical tips and techniques for developing safety-critical avionics software in compliance with DO-178B (up to, and including, Level A design assurance). Industry experts from DDC-I, (a supplier of software and professional services for mission- and safety-critical applications... [Read More]
Sponsored by: MontaVista
Nov 12, 2009 10AM EDT (12 years, 7 months ago)
In the past, proprietary hardware and software were commonplace in communications infrastructure, but times have changed. In recent years Network Equipment Providers (NEPs) and Telecom companies have taken a new approach in how they develop their applications. Today, these companies turn to Linux an... [Read More]
Sponsored by: Hybricon, GE Fanuc, Schroff, Curtiss-Wright
Nov 05, 2009 2PM EDT (12 years, 7 months ago)
One of the benefits of VPX is lots of pins and possibilities - but it's also a drawback, because there are almost too many choices. Toss in legacy VME boards and it gets even more interesting. Add in further options for slot pitch, cooling options, and ESD control with REDI, and the choices for pack... [Read More]
Sponsored by: Intel Embedded Alliance
Nov 04, 2009 2PM EDT (12 years, 7 months ago)
The US military's network-centric warfare (NCW) vision imposes significant system-level requirements. New systems need to be far more capable, yet be cheaper, smaller, lighter, and consume less power. Many programs now have streamlined acquisition requirements. And these systems have to interoperate... [Read More]
Sponsored by: OpenSystems Media, Intel Corporation, ARM, Synopsys
Nov 03, 2009 1PM EDT (12 years, 7 months ago)
Web 2.0 strategies are now a must for all marketers, managers and sales engineers. Over the past few years, businesses have been trying to grasp MySpace, Facebook, Second Life, blogs, Flikr, YouTube, and Twitter and integrate them into their outbound marketing campaigns. Of these, Twitter is current... [Read More]
Sponsored by: MontaVista
Oct 15, 2009 10AM EDT (12 years, 8 months ago)
The Linux operating system is increasingly being used for embedded software projects. In fact, according to analyst firms VDC, EMF and others, it’s become the dominant choice for new development projects over any other embedded OS. However, there are numerous obstacles that push software engineers o... [Read More]
Sponsored by: Mentor Graphics, Synopsys
Oct 14, 2009 2PM EDT (12 years, 8 months ago)
Can hardware and software be developed for SoCs independently, or are the two so tightly coupled they must be developed concurrently? Can modeling the "system" wait until actual silicon is available, or must it be done with better tools at the architecture stage before the SoC is created? If 90% of... [Read More]
Sponsored by: Wind River
Oct 06, 2009 10AM EDT (12 years, 8 months ago)
This webinar is right for you if you are looking at using Linux and Open Source on devices, have just started, or if you are already using it and want to revisit and refine your Linux strategy. We will not dive deep into technical questions, but we will look at how the use of certain technologies i... [Read More]
Sponsored by: Continuous Computing, GE Fanuc Intelligent Platforms, Mercury Computer Systems, Wind River Systems
Sep 22, 2009 2PM EDT (12 years, 9 months ago)
The initial promise of AdvancedTCA was to create an architecture capable of much higher compute density and a leap in data plane capability over prior architectures. With a variety of AdvancedTCA solutions now solving problems in many applications, it's time to look at if and how this promise has be... [Read More]
Sponsored by: Wind River, Freescale, VDC
Aug 26, 2009 9AM EDT (12 years, 10 months ago)
This webinar will explore how intelligent device manufacturers can leverage Linux and other Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) in the current challenging economic environment. This live event will examine how building with and on open source technologies can impact product lifecyles, from prototyp... [Read More]
Sponsored by: Freescale
Jul 23, 2009 2PM EDT (12 years, 11 months ago)
Freescale’s ultimate Ethernet solution features the MCF51CN ColdFire V1 MCU, complimentary Freescale MQX RTOS and the Tower System, a cost-effective, open-source hardware platform with a library of interchangeable board modules. The combined solution gives developers an easily customizable, expandab... [Read More]
Sponsored by: Mentor Graphics, Synopsys
Jul 15, 2009 2PM EDT (12 years, 11 months ago)
Predicting the future is a hazardous endeavor, but tracking trends can at least provide a glimpse of what is to come. A key trend in embedded systems is the increasing need for reduced power consumption, which is driven by demand for portable devices, higher energy costs and environmental pressures.... [Read More]
Sponsored by: IBM
Jun 30, 2009 2PM EDT (12 years, 11 months ago)
Start smart: get powerful techniques to improve your mission critical systems and product development process. Successful systems development in these challenging economic times is a result of doing more with less, building quality into your final product and leveraging your tool investments for ma... [Read More]
Sponsored by: GE Fanuc, Mercury, Critical IO, Advanced IO
Jun 25, 2009 2PM EDT (13 years ago)
In 2000, the number of worldwide Internet users were estimated at 360 million, using mostly data and web services. In 2008, the number of worldwide Internet users has reached a staggering 1.6 billion users and the mix of real-time audio and video services are increasing dramatically. Today's 1 gigab... [Read More]
Sponsored by: DDC-I
Jun 24, 2009 2PM EDT (13 years ago)
In mission critical software domains, binary partitioning helps accelerate innovation and lower software change costs. It does this by providing the ability to decompose the software system into discrete, separately verified, binary re-usable software components. Binary partitioning enables run-tim... [Read More]
Sponsored by: Wind River
Jun 23, 2009 10AM EDT (13 years ago)
Join Wind River for an informative session on the utilization of multicore and virtualization in embedded systems. We will discuss how the availability of multicore processors for the embedded marketplace opens new opportunities for device manufacturers that include better efficiency and more func... [Read More]
Sponsored by: Wind River
Jun 23, 2009 2PM EDT (13 years ago)
Join Wind River for an informative session on the utilization of multicore and virtualization in embedded systems. We will discuss how the availability of multicore processors for the embedded marketplace opens new opportunities for device manufacturers that include better efficiency and more func... [Read More]
Sponsored by: Mentor Graphics, Wind River Systems
Jun 17, 2009 2PM EDT (13 years ago)
All embedded developers learn one universal truth: every embedded system is different. This diversity has a significant effect upon choosing the right software, which must accommodate an extremely wide range of requirements. In essence, one size does not fit all. In this technical session, we will e... [Read More]
Sponsored by: MontaVista
Jun 10, 2009 10AM EDT (13 years ago)
Starting new design projects with semiconductor or open source Linux technology is very common. You do this in order to get a quick and early start to development. However, serious challenges arise later in the development process when software limitations, defects, and difficulties arise, well afte... [Read More]
Sponsored by: MontaVista
Jun 10, 2009 4PM EDT (13 years ago)
Starting new design projects with semiconductor or open source Linux technology is very common. You do this in order to get a quick and early start to development. However, serious challenges arise later in the development process when software limitations, defects, and difficulties arise, well afte... [Read More]
Sponsored by: Open Kernel Labs
Jun 09, 2009 9AM EDT (13 years ago)
Android, an open source software platform for mobile devices, is rapidly penetrating a mobile industry that is in a state of flux. Customers are demanding smartphone functionality at featurephone prices. Price and availability of applications are becoming a central aspect of market competition. Inte... [Read More]