Building the connected factory Poor interoperability is a major challenge for networking in industrial settings. Find out how to solve the problem with the latest hardware supporting the Intel® Intelligent Systems Framework.
Meeting the increasing security requirements for RTOS In this webinar Lynux Works introduces the LynxOS 7.0 RTOS which allows developers to embed military-grade security directly into their devices by utilizing features such as access control lists, audit, quotas, local trusted path, account management, trusted menu manager and OpenPAM.
Maximize uptime in the connected factory Monitoring the many devices that keep today's production lines running in optimal condition is a major challenge. This article will explain how the fanless industrial computers NISE 3640 can be used as a control and communication gateway that links cross automation hierarchy levels to monitor and control the devices connected to it in real time.
Solutions for Sensing Applications During this webinar, participants will receive an overview on different sensor applications and TI solutions to support them. Through various concrete examples the session will detail the sensing principles and the main design challenges involved.
Benchmarking of in-memory & on-disk databases Will an IMDS (in-memory database system) with transaction logging outperform a traditional DBMS? Will type of storage – hard disk drive vs. SSD vs. state-of-the-art memory-tier device – affect any performance difference? McObject’s benchmark report answers these questions.
Computer systems for railway applications More and more electronic systems are being built into trains, the underground, streetcars and buses. If you talk about the overall railway engineering market, you don’t only mean vehicles – in which areas and applications can one find these computers and which functions do they take over? And why are they so different to the office PC or the one at home?
Efficient remote management for embedded platforms Out of Band (OOB) remote management can help to optimize the total cost of ownership of distributed embedded platforms. However, existing implementations are normally too costly for embedded systems applications.