Military Embedded Systems

Webcast Archive

Sponsored by: Intel, Trenton
Apr 16, 2009 2PM EDT (13 years, 9 months ago)
This is the expectation by 2015 according to research firm IDC. Today millions of intelligent devices are already connected and controlling each other without the need for human intervention. This webinar will explore how Intel® architecture, including the new Intel® Xeon® 5500 processor series for...
Sponsored by: Emerson Network Power, Elma, Hybricon Corporation
Apr 08, 2009 2PM EDT (13 years, 9 months ago)
Ruggedized MicroTCA Goes Mainstream--If you are making plans based on even barely out of date info about this high-performance, low-cost, low power solution, you need this Webcast now. Learn how to capture your share of the signficant revenues that applications for the “Network Centric” military, co...
Sponsored by: MontaVista
Mar 26, 2009 10AM EDT (13 years, 10 months ago)
Embedded Linux development is information intensive. It is a challenge to: * Locate information for your particular hardware and software * Validate that information for credibility and completeness * Adapt the information for your specific project Join Jonathan Corbet, editor LWN.net,...
Sponsored by: IBM Rational Software
Mar 25, 2009 11AM EDT (13 years, 10 months ago)
One of the most active areas in the research and practice of modern systems development is in the identification and reification of design patterns. A design pattern is a generalized solution to a commonly recurring problem. Although a number of books, as well as active newsgroups and websites, are...
Sponsored by: CoFluent Design, MIPS Technologies, Synopsys, Wind River
Mar 12, 2009 2PM EDT (13 years, 10 months ago)
For the programmer and system developer, this ecast offers a real-time look at multicore technology from the perspectives of a processor vendor, a virtual platform provider, an ESL solution provider, and an operating system and hypervisor software vendor. CoFluent Design, MIPS Technologies, Synops...
Sponsored by: Mentor Graphics
Mar 12, 2009 11AM EDT (13 years, 10 months ago)
There are features of an OS that feel intuitively right - small memory footprint, fine-grain-scalability, high performance and a flexible business model are good examples. In this session we look in detail at how to rationalize this intuition and how the selection of a real time OS can impact upon t...
Sponsored by: Curtiss Wright, Tilcon, Wind River Systems
Jan 28, 2009 2PM EDT (14 years ago)
Military and defense systems development brings together a challenging and unique blend of ruggedized platforms, reliable software, and sophisticated display and user input software. Whether the system is designed for intelligence gathering, strategic command, or communications, starting with a reli...
Sponsored by: Mentor Graphics and Freescale
Dec 17, 2008 2PM EDT (14 years, 1 month ago)
Does it seem like you're trapped between getting more out of a design, and how much battery power you have? It's a constant struggle for designers of handheld and mobile devices, who are pressing the limits on what can be done with software and processing power while still keeping devices very small...
Sponsored by: Wind River, Cavium
Dec 16, 2008 2PM EDT (14 years, 1 month ago)
Performance and cost have always been critical metrics for evaluating networking equipment. Multicore silicon offers an opportunity to optimize both. By efficiently distributing networking functions across multiple cores, systems can realize greater throughput, smaller footprint, and lower costs tha...
Sponsored by: Wind River Systems
Dec 10, 2008 10AM EDT (14 years, 1 month ago)
Linux is the fastest-growing operating system for device development. Some striking advantages are its proven scalability and flexibility, and full source-code availability. Once you’ve chosen Linux, you still have a decision to make: Will you “roll your own (RYO)” Linux or use a commercial Linux so...
Sponsored by: Cadence, Mentor Graphics, Synopsys, and CoWare
Dec 09, 2008 2PM EDT (14 years, 1 month ago)
The challenge for EDA tool vendors in attacking electronic system level (ESL) design can be simply stated - provide the tools and methodologies that let system-on-chip (SoC) designers use abstract, system-level models to create implementation-ready (RTL) descriptions of their desired hardware. The...
Sponsored by: Monta Vista
Dec 09, 2008 7AM EDT (14 years, 1 month ago)
With the accelerating pace of application development and evermore compressed product life cycles, the ability to re-use and migrate legacy software to new platforms is paramount. Migrating from legacy RTOS-based designs to embedded Linux presents a range of engineering challenges, but also opportun...
Sponsored by: GoAhead, Tail-f
Dec 02, 2008 12PM EDT (14 years, 1 month ago)
If you are involved in designing or developing carrier-grade network equipment, uninterrupted service and comprehensive network management are likely mission-critical requirements. This presentation will define how standards such as NETCONF and those published by the Service Availability Forum (SA F...
Sponsored by: Mercury Computer Systems
Nov 21, 2008 2PM EDT (14 years, 2 months ago)
The lack of timely and accurate access to sensor data negatively affects the warfighter every day. SigmaNETTM, from Mercury Computer Systems, is a combined hardware/software solution that addresses the data access issues by pushing exploitation close to the sensor, helping to deliver actionale inf...
Sponsored by: Emerson Network Power, Freescale Semiconductor, and Wind River
Nov 13, 2008 2PM EDT (14 years, 2 months ago)
For the application developer, this ecast offers a hands-on look at multicore technology from the viewpoint of a chip vendor, a systems vendor, and an operating system software vendor. What performance gains can be expected by implementing multicore right, both in hardware and software? How can mult...
Sponsored by: Curtiss Wright, Mercury Computer Systems, AdvancedIO Systems, Tek Micro
Nov 12, 2008 2PM EDT (14 years, 2 months ago)
The Fourth Wave of the Internet is upon us, with millions of new users joining the “inter-web” every year—and tens of millions of connected devices are sharing everything from simple keywords to location-aware “mash-up” concert databases. Web 2.0 apps like Twitter combined with an always-on BlackBe...
Sponsored by: Birdstep Technology, Inc., Telelogic (IBM company)
Nov 06, 2008 2PM EDT (14 years, 2 months ago)
The average new car now packs more electronics than the average living room. There are electronics systems for vehicle control, safety and regulatory compliance systems, driver assistance, networking, and infotainment – all depending heavily on embedded hardware and software to deliver a total exper...
Sponsored by: Mentor Graphics and Microchip
Nov 05, 2008 2PM EDT (14 years, 2 months ago)
LCD displays are finding their way into many, many devices as a simple way to implement an operator interface. But the days of hard-to-interface raw LCDs are over - many microcontrollers are integrating with LCD drivers and touch screen capability, and software is making small displays more useful a...
Sponsored by: Texas Instruments, Virtual Logix
Nov 05, 2008 11AM EDT (14 years, 2 months ago)
Join technologists from Texas Instruments (TI) and VirtualLogix (VL) as they discuss multicore solutions for high density applications, as well as TI's current portfolio and product roadmap for future solutions for high performance applications such as telecom infrastructure, high performance and em...
Sponsored by: DDC-I, Esterel, and Telelogic
Oct 23, 2008 2PM EDT (14 years, 3 months ago)
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. This E-cast will provide crucial insights on how to...
Sponsored by: Mentor Graphics and ARM
Oct 16, 2008 2PM EDT (14 years, 3 months ago)
The ARM architecture is the most widely used processor architecture in the world with new licensees signing up every month. Supporting this growth is the ARM Connected Community which forms a broad ecosystem to support designers using ARM cores. Mentor Graphics are at the forefront of the ARM Connec...
Sponsored by: AdaCore, Verocel and Wind River Systems
Sep 16, 2008 2PM EDT (14 years, 4 months ago)
AdaCore, Verocel, and Wind River Systems joined together as a team to provide a real-time embedded development platform, which is used as the basis for DO-178B Level A safety critical application development for the Boeing 787. Wind River Systems provided VxWorks 653, the common core ARINC-653 opera...
Sponsored by: Curtiss Wright Controls Embedded Computing and Elma Bustronic
Sep 10, 2008 2PM EDT (14 years, 4 months ago)
VPX represents the future of VME. Eschewing the still-relevant 25 year old parallel bus backplane in favor of serial switched fabrics, VPX supports literally hundreds of user-defined I/O lines at speeds approaching 5 GHz. Also known as VITA 46, VPX has a companion specification called REDI (Ruggediz...
Sponsored by: OpenSystems Media
Sep 09, 2008 2PM EDT (14 years, 4 months ago)
OpenSystems Publishing invites you to our annual Live Media Kit. The Live Media Kit is an interactive marketing tool essential for all marketing managers, executives, product marketing managers, PR and agencies. Here you will learn what coverage our editors are planning for 2009 including the unveil...
Sponsored by: Annapolis Micro Systems, Inc. and Jacyl Technology,Inc.
Aug 27, 2008 2PM EDT (14 years, 5 months ago)
Ever heard of "Ever heard of "Talking Radars" or ESA radars? Programmable digital down conversion? C4ISR? Software-defined radios? SIGINT or ELINT? You get the idea. It's hard to find any advanced military system that doesn't at some point rely on digital signal processing to fulfill the mission. I...