Cursos para essa semana – 24/09/2013

Publicado: 24 de setembro de 2013 em Webinários e Cursos
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Caro(a) Colega,

confira a seguir a programação de cursos e treinamentos para essa semana. A programação completa até o inicio de outubro você encontra na seção de Cursos e Webinários.

Abraço,

Henrique

consulte sempre um engenheiro eletrônico

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23 a 27/09/2013 – Using FPGAs With Embedded Processors in Your Designs

Every FPGA manufacturer now offers devices that feature a combination of programmable fabric and fixed function processors on one device. This class will help you determine if these devices are right for your current design and which specific product is the best fit. We will first cover the existing products, tools, and development board available to establish a base of knowledge. Then, we’ll explore some specific design examples that can be used as comparisons for a variety of designs. In the final class, we’ll look at example designs suggested by students of this class and use a suggested selection criteria to try and identify the “best fit” options.
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.

Courses include:

  • Sept. 23 | Day 1 – An Introduction to FPGAs With Embedded Processors
  • Sept. 24 | Day 2 – Architecture Details
  • Sept. 25 | Day 3 – Tool Support
  • Sept. 26 | Day 4 – Application Examples
  • Sept. 27 | Day 5 – A Review of Your Designs

Design News Continuing Education Center

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24/09/2013 – GPU Compute is now — don’t be left behind!

This webinar will access the status of industry adoption for GPU Compute, then explore key aspects of the ARM® Mali™ GPU Compute architecture, and finally use a selection of real life examples from ecosystem partners to illustrate the benefits of this technology.

ARM

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24/09/2013 – Embedded User Interfaces in the Smartphone Age – The Power of Qt 5 and the QNX OS

User interfaces in today’s embedded systems are greatly influenced by consumers who demand many of the features found on their mobile devices or gaming consoles. No matter what the embedded system – automotive infotainment device, security system, or medical device – UI designers and developers need a reliable platform to provide high-performance UI technologies that deliver a feature-rich user experience.

QNX Software Systems

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25/09/2013 – Build it Fast: 5 Steps from Concept do Working Distributed System

DDS is becoming a key integration technology for the Internet of Things. A wide variety of industries are using DDS to connect real-world systems. These include healthcare, industrial automation, automotive, energy, transportation, and manufacturing. In these real-world, real-time systems, the right answer delivered too late is wrong. DDS provides a scalable, high-performance software data bus to handle the demanding volume, variety, and speed of data.

DDS is a powerful technology that can be difficult to implement quickly. Now, RTI is introducing a new product that accelerates development by orders of magnitude! This webinar will show you how to quickly go from an initial concept to a working and fully functional implementation in hours instead of weeks. The new product, Prototyper, leverages simple scripting to build distributed modules for RTI Connext™. It quickly turns concepts into implementation. We will illustrate it using a real-world example ‒ starting from an initial system concept, we will walk through the 5 critical steps to build a complete working system.

This webinar is for you, if you have ever wondered:

  • I have an idea! How can I quickly show a working proof of concept?
  • I have a very short timeline and/or a very limited staff. Can DDS help me get it done faster than other technology options?
  • I am new to DDS. How can I quickly get something working without having to become a DDS expert?
  • I am defining a data model. Is is better to model the data this way or that?
  • I have a data model. Do these QoS policies make sense?
  • I have a working system. Are the data flows working correctly? How can I test and validate?

RTI

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25/09/2013 – Test to RF Standards

LTE-A, 802.11ac and Wi-Gig are all pushing the envelope of how to test the components and devices that make up the latest communications systems. What’s required in the toolbox to successfully perform RF testing today? Join us on a webinar to explore what you need to know about RF testing in order to satisfy the latest standards.

EDN Agilent

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25/09/2013 – Debugging EMI Problems Using a Real-Time Oscilloscope & Near-Field Probes

Electromagnetic interference is increasingly becoming a problem in complex systems that must interoperate in both digital and RF domains. When failures due to EMI occur it is often difficult to track down the sources of such failures using standard test receivers and spectrum analyzers. The unique ability of real-time spectrum analysis and synchronous time domain signal acquisition to capture transient events can quickly reveals details about the sources of EMI.

Rohde and Schwarz

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25/09/2013 – Simplify your move to Multi-core with simulation

Benefits of multi-core are pervasive and real. Performance gains, reduction in power consumption, productivity advantages, and potential for consolidation have all been proven. But the added complexity of multi-core system development has slowed adoption.

Simulation offers a way to accelerate the business benefits of multi-core without further complicating life for development teams. Join Wind River for this web seminar to learn how simulation solves the challenges that have been holding back multi-core adoption and provides an overview of the capabilities of Wind River Simics for multi-core software development.

You will learn:

  • What business-level and technical benefits are gained from using simulation for multi-core development
  • Why simulation using Simics makes it possible to overcome the complexities of parallelism
  • How Simics makes design, debug, and test of multi-core software more efficient than is possible via traditional methods
  • How to phase Simics into your multi-core development and testing

Wind River

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26/09/2013 – Hybrid SoC Verification and Validation Platform for Hardware and Software Teams

Hardware and Software teams both play a key role in developing the latest SoC and ASIC designs. Early access to hardware allows both teams to work concurrently with one another, increasing overall throughput and enabling hw/sw co-design and co-verification. Utilizing the latest in FPGA Technology with Aldec’s Hardware Emulation Solutions, designers have a complete verification and validation tool capable of simulation acceleration, transaction-level emulation, and hardware prototyping. Utilizing the latest in co-emulation standards, HES-DVM™ allows designers to integrate virtual platforms and real time interfaces via speed adapters to provide a high-speed hardware emulation environment.

Aldec

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26/09/2013 – Debug and Bring-Up Automation for the HAPS-70 Series FPGA-Based Prototyping System

FPGA-based prototypes offer tremendous value for system-on-chip validation and hardware/software integration by delivering high capacity, fast clock performance, and real-world I/O connectivity. The combination of performance and high-fidelity makes software integration and development tasks feasible months before test silicon is available. But when something goes wrong, debugging a complex prototype can be challenge. This webcast explores debug and bring-up automation features unique to the next-generation FPGA-based prototyping system, the Synopsys HAPS-70 Series. The HAPS-70 integrates troubleshooting and design visibility features to help reduce the effort to bring SoC/ASIC prototypes up quickly.

Synopsys

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26/09/2013 – Automotive LED Lighting – Getting the system right for optimum lighting and reliability

Presentation 1: LED component technology for automotive applications

Presentation 2: Getting the thermal design right from LED to full blown headlight

Presentation 3: Driver electronics design for automotive SSL

Presentation 4: LED thermal management systems take unique form in automotive design – high thermal and high reliability materials

What You’ll Learn:

  • Learn about packaged LEDs and arrays designed specifically for automotive applications, and special requirements for the auto segment.
  • Explore the properties of automotive fixtures and how to apply thermal-management techniques to ensure reliable operation.
  • Examine the unique driver requirements for LEDs in automotive applications and potential topologies that can succeed in the application.
  • Consider how material choices in automotive SSL applications come into play relative to thermal management and optimum performance.

Allegro Alpha Mentor Graphics

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26/09/2013 – How to Design USB Applications with MSP430™ MCUs 

Want to move forward with integrating USB into your application, but need a boost getting started? Join us for a webinar where we’ll review some important design considerations of USB, and walk through a practical USB application example showing how to take advantage of freely available USB stacks and code generation tools to create your own USB project. We’ll conclude with a look at an exciting, new, low-cost USB hardware tool from MSP430.  Let’s get your USB design started!

Texas / Mouser

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26/09/2013 – Developing Mission Critical  Products with the  Digi i.MX53 Module

Freescale

The network-enabled ConnectCore i.MX53 is a highly integrated and future-proof system-on-module (SoM) solution based on the powerful Freescale i.MX processor with ARM® Cortex®-A8 core.

Open-source operating systems such as Android™ and Linux® are part of the application development framework of Digi’s i.MX53 SoM that is ideally suited for embedded product development.

Our i.MX53 SoM has been used in mission critical products such as:

Intensive care medical devices
High-precision agricultural devices
Security/surveillance equipment
Industrial applications

Some of the topics that will be covered during the webcast are:

Embedded solutions from Digi
Vertical Markets and Focus
The i.MX53
Operating Systems Available
Digi ESP
Sample Applications

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