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What You’ll Learn:
- How software represents images
- How the concepts of color space, frequency domain, and image compression are made operational
- How image analysis works
- How these principles are applied and uses of each software tool discussed
Traceability is key to the success of medical device approval, and yet too often it tends to be a background task. This webinar explains why making traceability the focal point of your development efforts from the beginning of development and throughout the project lifecycle can help ensure that the collation of evidence becomes second nature rather than a secondary overhead. Join QNX Software Systems and LDRA for this web seminar as we offer insights using examples from our experience with safe systems, not only in the medical devices sector, but also in other fields.
12/02/2013 – Eliminating Errors and Improving Accuracy in Motion Control and Machine Systems
How to improve accuracy throughout motion control and machine systems via the proper selection and use of encoders to achieve precise position feedback and consistent finished part accuracy.
Learn how to cut FPGA debug time with more effective diagnosis of FPGA design setup and design specifications, and by identifying design errors en-masse in a single iteration. If you are an ASIC designer, learn techniques to more quickly make your design “FPGA friendly” to get working FPGA implementation on the board.
Why this webcast is important:
Do you need your oscilloscope to view increasingly smaller electronic signals and/or additional signal detail? Interest is growing in viewing small current and voltage signals. Measurement of very small signals and additional signal detail can be challenging due to both noise of the scope, scope settings, and probing. If you need your scope to precisely view signals as small as a few millivolts or milliamps, or need higher dynamic range measurements to see additional signal detail, this webinar is for you. Learn what scope settings enable you to reduce noise and increase vertical resolution. Explore the relationship between bits of resolution and noise for scopes with 8 and 12 bits of resolution. Get up to speed on new probing technologies that enable scopes to see currents as small as 50 uA.
Does your organization presently have requirements for calibration according to ANSI Z540-1? If so, it is probably a matter of time until new contracts have a “flow-down” requirement for compliance with ANSI/NCSL Z540.3-2006. Z540.3 has a requirement that “the probability that incorrect acceptance decisions (false accept) will result from calibration tests shall not exceed 2% and shall be documented…” This webcast explains “probability of false acceptance” in simple terms. Then we’ll cover several methods to comply with the standard, where to go for more information, and finally, availability of Z540.3 calibration for Agilent Technologies instruments.
From cars to smartphones to the factory floor, security threats are an unavoidable side effect of the connectivity powering the Internet of Things. OEMs and enterprises can no longer afford to have security be a post deployment afterthought. Careful design planning and judicious solution selection are becoming increasingly critical at all stages of the device lifecycle. Please join us for this panel discussion as we explore best practices for secure device development and deployment as well as the steps organizations can take to transform security risk mitigation into a new channel for differentiation and profit.
The booming pace of outsourcing witnessed in the last decades appears to be slowing as manufacturers factor metrics like total cost of ownership into their outsourcing decisions. In cases, some are not only holding back on outsourcing and offshoring but are even pulling these back in-house.
It’s a fact – when it comes to embedded systems, some graphics implementations can’t fly in safety-critical applications. For an application to be DO-178B/C certified, all of its components must be certifiable. Adding to the challenge faced by designers are requirements such as determinism, SWaP, radiation hardening, and other that further limit possibilities.
Can the process be simplified? Yes! In this Webinar, experts explore cutting-edge technology for rendering OpenGL graphics entirely in software, allowing for their rapid integration into flight-ready and other safety-critical platforms. Starting with an introduction to OpenGL SC and ARINC 653 concepts, the discussion proceeds to how easily the software rendering engine is implemented, along with ideas for partitioned and distributed applications.
The USB protocol family is more important than ever with growing adoption of SuperSpeed USB (USB 3.0) and new USB protocols coming on line. However, these new capabilities have increased the difficulty of verifying USB designs. Cadence will present an overview of the challenges associated with verifying USB designs and methods for addressing those challenges with Verification IP (VIP).
In this webcast, we are proposing simulations hardened by measurements to detect the key enablers of the DDR3 and DDR4 memory channel. We will show an example of DDR3 memory channel running at 2.133GBps and how DDR4 technology can help us reach 2.4GBps.
Freescale and Green Hills Software have collaborated to deliver high-performance processor and operating system solutions for compute-intensive applications.
Freescale’s new QorIQ T4240 embedded processor (boasting the industry’s highest CoreMark® score for an embedded processor ) has 24 high virtual cores with vector processing, advanced power management, secure boot features and hardware support for virtualization.
Green Hills Software brings a proven history of expertise in leveraging these features with its INTEGRITY RTOS and multicore MULTI IDE to enable developers to build highly reliable, secure and performance-optimized embedded products in networking, industrial and military/aerospace markets.
Researchers at NASA’s Dryden Flight Research Center have patented a lightweight, fiber optics interrogation algorithm that can be used for real-time wing shape sensing, temperature, and strain measurements.
NASA’s fiber optic sensors are small, non-intrusive, easy to install, and provide high-resolution (0.5-inch) strain measurements that are much more precise than ever before. This critical, real-time monitoring capability detects changes during operation without affecting the intrinsic properties of the structure and without the need for structural modifications.
DDR4 has enabled memory designs to achieve new performance levels in enterprise, mobile, and personal computing applications. Accurately capturing and analyzing DDR4 memory traces is critical in bringing new products to market quickly. See the latest techniques for easily accessing signals and performing debug, turn-on, interoperability, validation and compliance testing of DDR4 based designs.
Bonding high performance materials presents engineers with unique challenges to ensure immediate and long term interfacial adhesion success. Economic, environmental and productivity goals raise the stakes on the importance of finding the best solution when working with metals, polymers, adhesives, paints, coatings and other materials.
More manufacturing materials are coming from the polymer composite world, which then must be adhered to metals and other substrates. In-line plasma surface modification offers a solution that meets all of these requirements head-on.
This Webinar will provide engineers with insight on the latest surface modification technology applications and inspire them to adapt these new technologies to solve their own interfacial adhesion and delamination challenges.
Additionally all registrants will be entered to win an autographed copy of Rory Wolf’s new book Atmospheric Pressure Plasma for Surface Modification ($175.00 value)