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  • embedded hardware
     → July/August 2016
    Turbocharge HPEC system design with HPC development tools

    Turbocharge HPEC system design with HPC development tools

    Tammy Carter (Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions)
    As parallel programming grows in importance and popularity, the critical challenge has become how to intelligently manage, develop, and debug the increasingly complex code. Traditional tools such as trace analysis, serial debuggers, and the venerable "printf"statement just aren't up to the task. Alt... [read more]

    Signal processing
     → September 2017
    Zen and the art of HPEC software debugging

    Zen and the art of HPEC software debugging

    Tammy Carter (Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions)
    The age-old debate regarding art versus science: Some engineers take a romantic approach, while others take a more traditional approach. Whether debugging is an art or a science or a combination of both will continue to be debated, but all sides can agree the tools can make all the difference betwee... [read more]

    Signal processing
     → January/February 2017
    Asking the right questions about HPEC software development tools for radar, SIGINT, and EW applications

    Asking the right questions about HPEC software development tools for radar, SIGINT, and EW applications

    Tammy Carter (Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions )
    High performance embedded computing (HPEC) system designers tasked with architecting large-scale supercomputer-class processing systems for radar, signal intelligence (SIGINT), and electronic warfare (EW) applications depend greatly on the software development tools available to them. The choice of ... [read more]

    Signal processing
     → April/May
    Choosing the optimal software solution for long-life unmanned systems

    Choosing the optimal software solution for long-life unmanned systems

    Jeremy VanDomelen (AdaCore); Benjamin M. Brosgol (AdaCore)
    Defense platforms are expected to perform over a long operational life that can span several decades. Developing high-reliability, safety-critical software that is built to last requires comprehensive tools from trusted industry partners. Robust software-development solutions can help engineers desi... [read more]

    DSP
     → Fall 2016
    Using DSP and RF circuit co-design to reduce risk and cost

    Using DSP and RF circuit co-design to reduce risk and cost

    Murthy Upmaka (Keysight Technologies, Inc.)
    In all areas of business, increased communication leads to more streamlined processes and greater potential for success. This is no less true in system design. Within large design organizations, baseband field programmable gate array (FPGA) and radio frequency (RF) signal processing communities have... [read more]

    safety certification and security
     → September 2016
    Test and analysis tools help verify and enforce security in military systems

    Test and analysis tools help verify and enforce security in military systems

    Jay Thomas (LDRA Technology); Chriss Tapp (LDRA Technology)
    Secure coding practices, properly tested and verified, can help assure the reliable and safe operations of military systems. Organizations should start from the ground up, using a combination of static and dynamic analysis, unit and integration testing, and requirements traceability.

    Embedded software
     → March 2017
    Next-gen aviation systems see push for automation, multicore processors in the certification process

    Next-gen aviation systems see push for automation, multicore processors in the certification process

    Mariana Iriarte (Associate Editor)
    As the complexity of aviation systems rises, certifying safety-critical systems in manned and unmanned aircraft has pushed engineers towards automation and working in parallel to increase the efficiency of the process. Multicore processors are playing a major role in this push, along with added tool... [read more]

    Signal processing
     → January/February 2018
    The path to smarter, autonomous radar and EW platforms

    The path to smarter, autonomous radar and EW platforms

    Mariana Iriarte (Technology Editor)
    Data flowing from radar and electronic warfare (EW) systems to the analyst's screen will determine the course of action in any given mission. Bearing in mind that decisions need to be made, at times in seconds, it's critical for radar and EW systems to quickly sift through that data and turn it into... [read more]

    Static analysis
     → April 2016
    White Paper: How IoT is Making Security Imperative for All Embedded Software

    White Paper: How IoT is Making Security Imperative for All Embedded Software

    Staff (PRQA)
    While there are a variety of security tools and methods that can be applied at different stages of the software development lifecycle, proponents of all methodologies agree on one point: Developers need to thoroughly examine source code to identify security-relevant defects. To this end, static ana... [read more]

    Signal processing
     → October 2017
    Where did that software come from?

    Where did that software come from?

    Russell Doty (Red Hat)
    Where did the software on your embedded system come from? Can you prove it? Can you safely update systems in the field? Cryptography provides the tools for verifying the integrity and provenance of software and data. There is a process as to how users can verify the source of software, if it was tam... [read more]

    Static code analysis
     → April 2016
    White Paper: Addressing Security Vulnerabilities at the Source: A Guide to Using Static Source Code Analysis to Develop More Secure Embedded Software

    White Paper: Addressing Security Vulnerabilities at the Source: A Guide to Using Static Source Code Analysis to Develop More Secure Embedded Software

    Staff (PRQA)
    While there are a variety of security tools and methods that can be applied at different stages of the software development lifecycle, proponents of all methodologies agree on one point: Developers need to thoroughly examine source code to identify security-relevant defects. To this end, static ana... [read more]

    Signal processing
     → July/August 2016
    Optical and electrical high-speed communication in HPEC systems

    Optical and electrical high-speed communication in HPEC systems

    Thierry Wastiaux (Interface Concept)
    Throughout the defense field, demand for high-volume/high-speed data transfer for high-performance embedded computing (HPEC) is growing rapidly. Systems such as software-defined radio (SDR) use advanced, complex waveforms, all of which need fast sampling and generate huge amounts of data to be trans... [read more]

    3D printing
     → January 2017
    White Paper: Production Floor Trends: Justifying Additive Manufacturing Through Jigs & Futures

    White Paper: Production Floor Trends: Justifying Additive Manufacturing Through Jigs & Futures

    Joe Hiemenz (Stratasys)
    There is an often-overlooked additive manufacturing (AM) application with potentially huge financial returns. Savings can be so large that they can justify the purchase of an AM (or 3D printing) system in far less time than the typical three- to five-year payback period the financial officer will de... [read more]

    VRT
     → April 2016

    VITA 49 Radio Transport: The new software radio protocol

    Rodger Hosking (Pentek)
    VRT protocol improves interoperability, maintainability, and upgradability.

    embedded hardware
     → Nov/Dec 2016
    ARMed and ready

    ARMed and ready

    Ross Bannatyne (VORAGO Technologies)
    While the rest of the engineering world has been developing embedded systems using the ARM microcontroller unit (MCU) architecture for many years, the high-reliability (hi-rel) market has been slow to adopt it. That is a pity because the biggest benefit of using an ARM-based microcontroller is the e... [read more]

    cyber
     → July/August 2016

    Hunting vulns by adding swarms of bugs to source code

    Sally Cole (Senior Editor)
    In a new twist on hunting vulnerabilities within source code, researchers are adding huge swarms of bugs to test the limits of bug-finding tools.

    Source Code Analysis
     → October 2016
    White Paper: Eliminating Vulnerabilities in Third-Party Code with Binary Analysis

    White Paper: Eliminating Vulnerabilities in Third-Party Code with Binary Analysis

    Staff (GrammaTech)
    Over the last few years, third-party code has moved from a minor factor in software development to a dominant force in the industry. It is now used throughout software development in all applications, from highly sensitive government and military applications to security-intensive consumer commerce ... [read more]

    SBC
     → Winter 2016
    ARMed and ready

    ARMed and ready

    Ross Bannatyne (VORAGO Technologies)
    While the rest of the engineering world has been developing embedded systems using the ARM microcontroller unit (MCU) architecture for many years, the high-reliability (hi-rel) market has been slow to adopt it. That is a pity because the biggest benefit of using an ARM-based microcontroller is the e... [read more]

    Avionics
     → March 2018
    Modernizing a serial processing code to obtain optimal performance on an OpenVPX digital signal processing module

    Modernizing a serial processing code to obtain optimal performance on an OpenVPX digital signal processing module

    Beau Paisley (Arm); Tammy Carter ( Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions)
    Serial algorithms can be evolved to a scalable, multithreaded, multiprocess implementation using ubiquitous and well-established high-performance computing (HPC) programming frameworks such as OpenMP and MPI. Such techniques are used in compute-intensive defense, aerospace, and industrial applicatio... [read more]

    Static analysis
     → April 2016
    White Paper: Addressing Security Vulnerabilities in Embedded Applications Using Best Practice Software Development Processes and Standards

    White Paper: Addressing Security Vulnerabilities in Embedded Applications Using Best Practice Software Development Processes and Standards

    Staff (PRQA)
    This white paper offers an introduction to applying CWE coding guidelines and achieving CERT security compliance using static analysis tool.

    Connected Devices
     → March 2016
    White Paper:  Limitless: How device manufacturers are building a new future with smart connected devices

    White Paper: Limitless: How device manufacturers are building a new future with smart connected devices

    Staff (Microsoft )
    The Internet of Things (IoT) has split manufacturing businesses wide open, blurring the distinction between hardware and software and creating once in a lifetime opportunity for original equipment manufacturers (OEMs). For OEMs who have experienced cost and commoditization pressures, the news could... [read more]

    Embedded software
     → April 2016
    White Paper: Developing Secure Embedded Software

    White Paper: Developing Secure Embedded Software

    Staff (PRQA)
    Any organization that ignores the warning signs of increased cyber attacks is likely to suffer economic consequences when it becomes the next target. This paper explains why some commonly used approaches to incorporating security into software development lifecycles typically fail and outlines a dev... [read more]

     → October 2016

    White Paper: Offering Summary

    Mauris Griffin (Zekel Healthcare)
    Zekel Healthcare technology with new designed platforms, various applications, mobility, tools, apps for healthcare management for Alzheimers Disease, related diseases.

    IoT
     → July 2016
    White Paper: The impact of the Internet of Things on product development

    White Paper: The impact of the Internet of Things on product development

    Staff (IBM)
    Transform your engineering processes and tools to gain a competitive advantage from the Internet of Things

    Software tools
     → May 2016
    White Paper: AXIS Software Development Tools

    White Paper: AXIS Software Development Tools

    Staff (Abaco Systems)
    Declare independence from your hardware and operating system.

    continuous engineering
     → May 2016
    White Paper: Unlocking engineering insight for rapid innovation

    White Paper: Unlocking engineering insight for rapid innovation

    Staff (IBM)
    Within the IoT, operational and performance data from products already in the field can be captured and used to improve future innovations.

    Embedded software
     → Spring 2016
    Adding advanced server-management features to ATCA IPMCs

    Adding advanced server-management features to ATCA IPMCs

    Mark Overgaard (Pentair Electronics Protection )
    With substantial convergent forces pushing data center and network center functionality together, AdvancedTCA (ATCA) server blades can further strengthen their management credentials by adding advanced server-management facilities at the hardware platform management (HPM) level.

    LTE
     → Fall/Winter 2017

    Collaboration equals innovation

    Jessica Isquith (President of PICMG)
    What continues to make PICMG successful as a standards body is our community of members and your collaboration in pursuit of innovation. As officers of PICMG, our mission is to shepherd and encourage that collaboration, making sure that the process moves along and that member voices are heard. The s... [read more]

    embedded hardware
     → February/March 2016
    Motor control in \

    Motor control in "more electric" aircraft

    Shen Wang (Microsemi)
    Many of the problems with the increasing complexity of motor controls for the brushless AC motors being used on MEA actuators can be solved with the implementation and use of flash-based FPGAs as their primary controller.

    Embedded software
     → Spring 2018
    Liquid cooling expands application spectrum for CompactPCI computers

    Liquid cooling expands application spectrum for CompactPCI computers

    Manuel Murer (EKF Elektronik); Wolfgang K. Weber (EKF Elektronik)
    In early December 2017, I had the honor of delivering one of the keynote speeches at the DESY MicroTCA Workshop in Hamburg, Germany. The workshop was well-attended, as 183 participants from 25 institutes and 23 companies gathered to share the latest developments in MicroTCA hardware, software, and a... [read more]

    Flash
     → April 2016
    White Paper: Troubleshooting Data Corruption on NAND Flash Memory

    White Paper: Troubleshooting Data Corruption on NAND Flash Memory

    Kerri McConnell, Vice President (Datalight, Inc.)
    In the embedded world, frustrating and costly data failures can occur even with the right hardware, software and development. So, what do you do you encounter a failure in the field? Download this troubleshooting guide for tools and methods to help you diagnose data corruption on NAND flash media.

    agile
     → March 2017
    White Paper: Optimize Production for Agile Manufacturing

    White Paper: Optimize Production for Agile Manufacturing

    Staff (Stratasys)
    Six 3D printing applications that can improve the bottom line.

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