- Designer´s Column
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.
Dual-channel colorimeter with programmable gain transimpedance amplifiers and synchronous detectors
This “Circuits from the Lab” paper introduces a dual-channel colorimeter with programmable gain transimpedance amplifiers and synchronous detectors that measures the ratio of light absorbed by the sample and reference containers at three different wavelengths.
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?
Isolated interface solutions for industrial sensor and monitoring applications
This webinar reviews designs in which isolation is needed to protect personnel and equipment from harsh electrical environments. Presentation will detail interface power requirements and approaches for achieving design objectives.
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.
How top plant managers avoid real-time chaos
Learn how Equipment Manufacturers and plant managers can break through the real-time wall between IT business systems and operational plant control systems to gain a competitive edge in manufacturing or production.
Achieving true real-time collaboration between the IT business systems back end and the plant control front end is just not happening – yet. Those that have tried have hit a real-time wall. The competitive business benefits for those that break through this wall include fixed and variable asset cost minimization, predictive maintenance capabilities, and empowerment of operational staff with up-to-date business objectives and business IT staff with timely asset performance metrics.
But, when you connect the two disparate systems, the operational plant managers suspect the IT systems will undermine their plant reliability, and the IT managers knows that the data deluge from the operational side will swamp their network.
- What if you could adopt an integrated infrastructure that guarantees no single point of failure for the operational systems?
- What if your DCS or PLC data could be made immediately available to your Business Intelligence IT systems at a rate they can deal with?
This webinar will introduce you to a proven Real-Time ESB (Enterprise Service Bus) that has been battle tested, literally, in defense applications where significant consequences are the immediate result of a missed data packet or a failed communication.
Geoff Revill, Strategic Business & Marketing, RTI
Geoff Revill helps guide the strategic alignment of technology, product and company to market requirements. Geoff has 30 years experience in systems and software development, and 8 years focussed knowledge of large scale system development. Geoff has a BSc (Hons) in Computer Science and has held executive, business, marketing and development positions for Marconi, Wind River, Integrated Systems, Software Development Systems and MEMEC PLC prior to engaging with RTI.
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ARM-based Embedded System Design 2013
ARM-based systems are rapidly gaining popularity in the Embedded Market. This one-day conference with table-top exhibition aims to provide a comprehensive overview about new products, technologies and strategies for ARM-based Embedded System Design.
Requirements Management Roadshow
Establishing a requirements process and the right tool selection are quite often a major challenge. Visit Visure's Requirements Management Roadshow and learn what's really helpful for our daily project work and which tool is the right one for your needs?
Learn more about hot TI topics and cool technology solutions at our hands-on demo presentations.
- Virtual Conferences
Free commercial software from Renesas’ alliance partners
RX is known as the MCU for choice, compatibility & value... . And now Renesas is providing 20K Euros worth of free commercial software from its industry leading alliance partners. Register now!
M2M Communication and the Internet of Things
In this webinar, we discuss the problems faced by the industry as it migrates into the new world of connected devices, and the place and characteristics of the middleware layer needed to enable the change.
COMs allow system developers to focus on their core competencies and the unique functions of their systems. Visit our free Virtual Conference and get an overview about latest technologies, open standards and product innovations.
The major technical trends with Motor Control are towards more efficient and more reliable electric motors. Other trends are smart power and distributed control, as you can see in our free Virtual Seminar with several technical webinars from leading Motor Control suppliers.
As you can see in our free Virtual Seminar, CompactPCI® Serial can be used from simple industrial PCs to clustered, redundant high-end systems, from harsh environments till safety critical, supporting Ethernet, USB, SATA and PCI Express in parallel.
Software Development & RTOS
This free Virtual Conference has its focus on software and tools for embedded systems development. Amongst others, topics like programming of multicore system, graphical system design, RTOS and Middleware for ARM Cortex-M, Android security for embedded devices, Ada 2012 and MISRA-C:2012 are covered.
Microcontrollers & Tools
“Low power” and “ARM-based” are still hot topics in the MCU market, as you will see in this free Virtual Conference about Microcontrollers & Development Tools.
It’s all about ARM
We have put together for you a selection of 5 new webinars which cover following topics: “FPGA fabric and Cortex-A9 on the same chip”, “smallest ARM-based microcontroller”, “8-bit price for 32-bit power”, “the next milestone of the mbed project” and “overview about Infineon XMC Kits”.
The promise of the smart grid is a more efficient, reliable, flexible and safe energy distribution system. But there are many challenges too. This Virtual Seminar provides technical presentations and white papers about solutions which can help to solve the challenges of the Smart Grid.
Today, there are more internet devices than there are people in the world. Therefore the Internet of Things is one of the hot topics of our Virtual Seminar about Machine-to-Machine communications. Other topics include data protection, Cloud-based embedded computing, M2M with UMTS and HSDPA and more.
The use of Open Standards has become one of the drivers of the embedded computing market. Our Virtual Conference informs about latest developments with Small Form Factor Boards, CompactPCI, ATCA/MTCA and VME/VPX