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This Track will introduce you to application specific programmable logic devices which are extending the reach of programmable devices into non-traditional applications. This class will provide an overview of the various technologies used and applications being addressed by non-traditional programmable logic devices.
The Track features lecturer Warren Miller who has in-depth experience of programmable devices (PLDs, FPGAs, MCUs, and ASICs) in industrial, networking, and consumer applications and holds several device patents. Warren has authored more than 100 conference papers, whitepapers, application notes, and magazine articles on a wide variety of topics.
- June 10 | Day 1 – An Introduction to Application-Specific Programmable Logic Devices
- June 11 | Day 2 – Programmable Analog, Part 1
- June 12 | Day 3 – Programmable Analog, Part 2 & Timing
- June 13 | Day 4 – Fixed-Function MCUs With Programmable Fabric
- June 14 | Day 5 – Programmable Devices With a New Twist
Having different levels of safety classification in your software offers challenges and opportunities when architecting the entire system. There are options and best practices available for delivering a system solution that has different levels of safety criticality. The options that will be discussed include no separation, hardware separation, multicore, and software separation techniques. The difficulty of implementation of the chosen strategy is affected by choices of operating system and other third party tools which can impact your verification, validation, certification and approval processes.
MicroGroove technology is here, and now it is being implemented in places that might surprise you. Although developed initially for the residential market, MicroGroove smaller-diameter copper tubing is also being adopted in larger commercial and industrial applications. This webinar will focus on the use of MicroGroove technology in large coils under demanding conditions. Learn from a leading manufacturer of heat exchangers how smaller-diameter copper MicroGroove tubing can be applied to meet the challenges of efficiency, cost, space and weight.
By attending this free webcast you will:
- View a live demonstration of coil ratings, using selection software from Super Radiators Coils
- See side-by-side comparisons of coils constructed from traditional tubing versus coils using Microgroove technology
- Observe how drop-in replacements can be designed to lower refrigerant charges and improve efficiency
- Learn how MicroGroove technology allows manufacturers to pack more
heat-transfer power into spaces smaller than you might think possible
- See why MicroGroove technology is an ideal choice for new high-pressure refrigerants
In the Internet of Things Era, energy efficiency will play an important role in product design as system makers look to leverage new capabilities that internet connectivity can provide with minimum cost increases and environmental footprint. Whether they are due to thermal challenges or extended battery life, energy efficiency will directly contribute to a best in class product. At the heart of these products is an embedded processor that often dictates the overall system efficiency. In this webinar, Freescale will examine several energy efficient design techniques for the embedded processor and highlight the difference between “low power” and energy efficient products.
The Internet of Things (IoT) will revolutionize healthcare as we know it today. We’re entering a time where continuous monitoring and real-time data analysis is becoming reality. The implications of this are far-reaching ranging from chronic disease management to the efficient implementation of preventative medicine. Embedded processing and connectivity are at the heart of the Internet of Things.
The VMEbus International Trade Association (VITA) and its VITA Standards Organization (VSO) arm have become a world leader in generating ruggedized embedded computing specifications. These specifications, which describe hot technologies and establish future architecture trends, range from component (i.e., connector) specifications to packaging practices and can also include complementary technology study groups.
Join design experts from TE Connectivity (TE), an active participant in VITA and the VSO, and Avnet Electronics Marketing for a webinar that will explore the following topics:
- Hot standards and new technologies involving VITA and TE
- Future architecture trends
- TE VITA solutions and advanced interconnect technology for ruggedized embedded computing applications
Webinar attendees will also be the first to receive TE’s new white paper – MULTIGIG RT 2-R Connectors: Enabling High-Speed Data Rates and Avnet’s new “FPGA and Interconnect Solutions for Critical Applications” design guide.
“What do you mean I have to isolate this thing?” If you have ever thought your design was done only to find out you needed to isolate data in addition to getting power to the isolated circuits, then this webcast is for you. In this session, we will discuss the pros and cons of the various methods of accomplishing this task while saving important board space, design time and cost. Combining isolated data and isolation power in one small, easy to use package will be shown as one solution to this problem.
All Programmable FPGAs and SoCs need the appropriate power supplies to power an increasing number of voltage rails. With so many different power supplies available, which is the best to use? During this webinar, we’ll look at the latest trends in FPGA power, the tradeoffs in picking the best power supply, and how to optimize for size, cost and performance.
Have you heard of stepper motors? Most Engineers know that steppers are one of the more nimble motor technologies available but most haven’t heard of the extreme conditions that steppers can be manufactured to operate in. We’ll go through a number of different stepper motor configurations and show you what these engineering marvels are capable of!
- IP Ratings
- High/Low Temperatures
- Special Bearings
- Pre-load Configurations
Unique Form, Fit, Function
- Custom Mounting
- Shaft Modifications
USB 3.0 is now mainstream after being adopted by the market in a big way in 2012. The USB Implementers Forum has certified 100s of products including over 19 USB 3.0 host controllers from 9 different companies. With native Windows 8 support for USB 3.0 and Intel’s newest chipset Lynx Point supporting up to six USB 3.0 ports, USB 3.0 will become ubiquitous.
In this webcast we will provide a USB 3.0 industry update as well as cover the latest physical layer compliance testing requirements and challenges for USB 2.0 and USB 3.0. Also, the USB 3.0 specification now includes several Engineering Change Notices (ECNs). We will review those that impact physical layer testing like SSC limits, interference issues, channel definition changes and describe the test method changes that will be required to meet the new requirements. Additionally we will have a high level review of the next generation of USB 3.0, 10G SuperSpeed. Lastly we will cover advanced testing topics to help you understand how to determine true transmitter and receiver margins by removing test fixture and cable losses from your measurements.
In 2009, Control Engineering released a survey to determine how industrial users perceive threats to their networks, and what steps they’ve taken to defend against cyber attackers. The results then suggested that companies were moving slowly in recognizing threats and preparing defenses, and one out of four industrial users reported that they saw no potential cyber threats that could affect their businesses. Much has happened in that world over the last four years, including Stuxnet and other high-profile disturbances in a variety of industries.
So the question is, have those perceptions changed in the face of what seems to be a more threatening landscape? A new cyber security perceptions and practices survey, available now, duplicates many of the questions from 2009, along with a few new ones that have emerged with the evolving picture.
The results of this new survey will be discussed by two industrial cyber security experts, Matt Luallen and Tim Conway, in a free webcast on June 13, and will be the basis for a Control Engineering article. Luallen is a cyber security trainer and consultant with Cybati and regular contributor to Control Engineering. Conway recently joined the SANS Institute as technical director, ICS and SCADA. Prior to that, he was director of NERC compliance and operations technology at NIPSCO. Peter Welander, Control Engineering editor, will moderate the discussion. The participants will provide situational analysis and suggestions based on the responses. You can make your voice heard in the discussion, and pick up some practical pointers for protecting yourself. When you register for the webcast, please include questions or specific topics you would like to see the presenters address.