Dev Tools and OS

  • E-cast: COTS CPU, FPGA, and I/O Solutions for Real-Time Simulation and Testing

    In this webinar, Sam Mirsky, Application Engineer at MathWorks, will discuss why and how to perform real-time simulation and testing, enabling you to rapidly and continuously test and prove your...

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  • Code cleaning with SPARK and Ada: Cut development costs upfront

    Leveraging an expressive and formal specification from the start makes it easier to respect requirements, provide automatic verification, and prevent problems or detect them early in development.

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  • Taking the dev-kit tour with Alexa

    Taking the dev-kit tour with Alexa

    The DS20921AudioSmart 2-Mic Development Kit for Amazon AVS does an excellent job of eliminating echo, background noise, and concerns over microphone position and speaker placement.

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  • Understand why you got (or didn’t get) the RTOS business

    Anyone working with embedded systems software is likely to be somewhat familiar with RTOSs. I’d like to give you some insight into the business of buying and selling such software products.

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  • Virtual labs offer cost-effective IoT device testing

    Virtual labs offer cost-effective IoT device testing

    Building a realistic physical testing lab environment is difficult, and even when complete, it becomes the main bottleneck in system testing. Virtual labs remove this bottleneck.

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  • The Cavalry has arrived for automotive cybersecurity. What's next?

    The Cavalry has arrived for automotive cybersecurity. What's next?

    After the publication of Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek's remote commandeering of a Jeep's CAN bus brought national attention to the issue of automo...

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  • Analytics-driven embedded systems, part 2 - Developing analytics and prescriptive controls

    Analytics-driven embedded systems, part 2 - Developing analytics and prescriptive controls

    In Part 1, we motivated the use of analytics within embedded systems using examples such as the BuildingIQ intelligent climate control system and the...

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  • Encryption 101: Choosing the right scheme

    This intro to encryption offers some of the pitfalls that can derail the inexperienced user. About six years ago, I started working with a UK crypto c...

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  • Encryption 301: More extensive encryption subsystems

    Using Ethernet protocols requires the proper encryption schemes. In Part 1, we looked at some do's and don'ts on encryption. In Part 2, we introduced...

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  • Industrial IoT Roadshow: Ease of Use, Ethernet TSN help National Instruments address the range of IIoT applications

    Kyle Voosen, Senior Business Segment Manager for Physical Test Systems and Industrial IoT at National Instruments is responsible for hardware and soft...

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  • EdgeX Foundry joins industry-wide push for IoT interoperability

    You're sitting in your cubicle working on a zigbee driver for some connected "thing" when you decide to see if Google can provide any shortcuts. After...

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  • National Instruments platforms and tools evolve for IIoT developers of all skill levels

    National Instruments platforms and tools evolve for IIoT developers of all skill levels

    Almost 31 years ago National Instruments (NI) introduced LabVIEW, one of the first visual programming languages and design environments for system dev...

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  • Software Development: Fixed Cost or Opportunity Cost?

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  • What exactly is software-defined storage?

    "Software-defined storage" (SDS) is one of those terms where if you ask ten people for the definition, you'll get at least eight different answers. It...

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  • National Instruments: A changing of the guard

    National Instruments: A changing of the guard

    Dr. James Truchard, better known as Dr. T, has been at the helm of National Instruments since the company's formation in 1976. It's grown from a start...

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  • Electronification of the world, one wearable at a time

    As the world of manufacturing shifts into the eras of Industry 4.0, IoT, and Big Data, companies must embrace software platforms to remain competitive...

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  • With today's advanced coding tools, catastrophes should be non-existent

    In our increasingly automated world, ensuring safety and reliability of what goes on behind the scenes within embedded software code has reached new l...

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  • One-stop shops, companies wanting the complete solution

    In its youth, the embedded industry was far less open than it is today. Innovators were keen to keep their advances under wraps for competitive gain,...

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  • Windows Embedded Standard (WES) or Windows Enterprise?

    The first Windows Embedded Standard (WES) was actually a rebranding of XP Embedded incorporating Service Pack 3, its USP componentized into more than...

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  • Embedded World 2016: Key things to see at EW 2016

    Welcome to this year's "What to see at Embedded World 2016" blog. Over the next two weeks I'll unveil fundamental advances in electronic design engine...

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