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Microcontrollers have proliferated into every nook and cranny of our daily lives from simple 8-bit devices that control our toaster ovens to powerful 32-bit DSP’s that provide us with the rich media and entertainment that we have all become accustomed to. Designing embedded software can be a challenging endeavor and requires a wide range of skill sets ranging from an understanding of C/C++ to understanding the details of digital design and how a microcontroller ticks. In this course, we will walk attendees through the basics of what is needed to develop clean, elegant software.
The track features lecturer Jacob Beningo, a Certified Software Development Professional (CSDP) and lecturer who specializes in the design of reusable and configurable embedded software. He has successfully completed projects across a number of industries including automotive, defense, medical, and space. Jacob holds Bachelor’s degrees in electrical engineering, physics, and mathematics from Central Michigan University and a Master’s degree in space systems engineering from the University of Michigan.
- Nov. 18 | Day 1 – Introduction to Embedded Software
- Nov. 19 | Day 2 – Developing a Software Architecture
- Nov. 20 | Day 3 – A Review of C Programming Techniques
- Nov. 21 | Day 4 – Organizing & Developing Reusable Code
- Nov. 22 | Day 5 – Writing a Memory-Mapped Driver for a Timer
Simulation is used by most engineering disciplines in today’s world. Simulation allows engineers to test designs faster, cheaper, and more reliably than using the physical world alone. In the software disciplines simulating the functional behavior of target hardware, allows engineering, integration, and test teams to work simultaneously, reducing the development time and improving the quality of safety-critical systems.
History is full of technology breakthroughs, all striving to increase productivity and efficiency, from the steam engine and the telegraph; we’ve seen technology changing the way we get things done, sometimes in a disruptive way.
Most recently mission critical computing systems have been introduced in manufacturing processes and automated tasks, resulting in increased safety and productivity during normal operation, but can these technologies help keep the plant safe during abnormal process conditions? That’s where technology can support but not replace humans. The industry relies on human ability to respond to the unexpected, to handle the odd conditions and ask the right questions to fix the problems at hand.
Today, when operators are loaded with numerous activities, is it reasonable to expect they’ll be able to respond appropriately to all conditions? What are the human elements that should be taken in to consideration in the design and implementation of modern automation systems? This presentation discusses some of the capabilities available in a modern automation system and how to apply technology to support decision making and help humans handle the abnormal situations in a safe and effective manner.
Questions this presentation answers:
- Why do we need humans in Industrial facilities?
- What are the advantages in Industrial Automation that can improve the effectiveness of operators?
- What are the advantages in Industrial Automation that can improve the safety of plant operations?
- What are the human factors we are concerned with in Industrial facilities?
With decades of acceptance as a conformal coating, Parylene has been applied to a host of devices and components in the medical device, electronics, defense and automotive industries. This Webinar will offer participants an opportunity to learn more about how this ultra-thin, inert, transparent coating is applied, its differentiating features, and the superior benefits it offers components.
The Webinar will also discuss recent advances in adhesion technologies, which have significantly increased bonding to previously difficult-to-coat surfaces, including highly polished metal surfaces and a wide variety of polymers.
Finally, a new offering, SCS microRESIST(TM), will be discussed. Detailed test results demonstrate greater than 5 Log reduction of harmful microorganisms on medical devices, allowing it to help users meet the pressing need to reduce healthcare-associated infections (HAIs).
This webcast will bring you up to speed on the benefits and operational specifics of infrared imaging for machine vision applications. It will describe numerous uses of the infrared spectrum from short-wave infrared (SWIR) to long-wave infrared (LWIR), and discuss which sensor materials can be used to detect these wavelengths. It will also offer guidance for how to evaluate options when choosing an IR camera to achieve specific machine vision goals.
What You’ll Learn:
- The fundamentals of the IR spectrum and advantages of IR imaging for machine vision
- The different types of sensor materials used to capture image data
- Important features of the latest IR cameras and how to choose a camera for your specific application
- Examples of machine vision applications in which IR cameras have been successfully deployed
NXP Semiconductors has a wide portfolio of I2C-bus buffer devices that enable the bus to be driven over a long distance, run with large capacitive loads, interface with different supply voltage domains, and accommodate hot-swap functions. However, several system designers still face challenges with using I2C-bus in electrically noisy environments such as applications with pumps, fluorescent lights, switching power supplies, solenoids, etc. Another challenging application is one with ground offset between two or more nodes separated by long distance. During this webinar, we will discuss the need for driving the I2C bus over a long distance, challenges encountered in a noisy environment, and proposed solutions for maintaining data integrity in these challenging situations.
Many high-speed digital interfaces are adopting multilane high-speed signals to achieve the required data throughput. They include the PCI Express interface which supports up to 16 lanes operating at 8 GT/s used in graphics processing applications, the HDMI 2.0 interface with 3x lanes at 6 Gb/s for high resolution displays and the MIPI M-PHY interface that scales up to 4 lanes at 5.8304 Gb/s for mobile applications. Validating a multilane interface increases the effort and complexity using an oscilloscope as engineers must manually connect the signals under test into the limited input channels of an oscilloscope. In addition, there are various test conditions – design operating modes, voltage, temperature, etc. that they must test, requiring user intervention to get testing started.
One way to overcome these challenges is to use a microwave switching network that provides automated switching of the signals under test to the oscilloscope. This eliminates reconnection and operator errors, and improves test efficiency, since connecting up all signals will be a one-time effort. A new calibration technique in the oscilloscope can be used to compensate for switch path losses and skew. Test software customization and control are available to cycle through various test conditions to automate device and equipment operation. This webcast will address accurate testing of common multilane interfaces such as PCI Express, HDMI, DisplayPort, MIPI D-PHY, M-PHY and 10GBase-KR using a high-speed oscilloscope.
GaN is a binary III/V direct bandgap semiconductor with a Wurtzite crystal structure and a wide bandgap of 3.4 eV. It resists cracking and because of its low sensitivity to ionizing radiation, it makes an ideal material for satellite solar-cell arrays.
SiC – which occurs in nature as moissanite – is used in everything from LEDs to car brakes and ceramic plates in bulletproof vests. Silicon carbide is called the “ideal” power semiconductor material for its enabling properties of higher speeds, better thermal characteristics, higher frequency switching with lower losses, and blocking voltages/currents not practical for silicon.
In 10 years, rated voltages for SiC devices (diodes) have increased to the present 1200V /1700V. SiC MOSFETs, introduced two years ago, have achieved 1200V / 1700V ratings, with >50A current per die. SiC power modules are also now available.
In response to the demand for “green” designs, power semiconductor devices based on silicon carbide (SiC) and gallium nitride (GaN) are emerging that can operate far more efficiently than semiconductors made of traditional silicon. Because the underlying technologies are less mature than silicon, characterization is particularly important. Device development and end applications are becoming more demanding, requiring test instruments capable of characterizing significantly higher rated voltages and peak currents.
In this webcast we’ll give an introduction to Model-Based Design (MBD) and discuss how this design approach can speed up time-to-market and increase product quality. Topics covered will include SW tools, workflow, advanced testing and deployment of code to embedded targets. This will be followed by a working example of how MBD can be used for Motor Control algorithm design, verification and implementation. As basis for this part of the webcast a 400V inverter driving a 3-phase permanent magnet motor is used. The embedded target is the ADSP-CM40x Mixed-signal Control Processor.
Robotics, control technology and new software innovations are making a profound difference in the design of OEM manufacturing machines and the processes for producing new medical devices. This webinar will explore the evolution of robotics in this industry, and how motion control, sensors and automation is spurring innovations that are creating more powerful manufacturing solutions in this important area.
Attend this webinar and you will learn about:
|New application areas for robotics in the manufacture of state of the art medical devices|
|•||Design trends in the machines used to create medical innovations that incorporate robotics and advanced motion control|
|•||Key technology areas providing solutions for these types of medical applications|
|•||Specific application examples that illustrate technology impact on medical devices|
Designers understand the effort involved to write driver software, connect memory and synchronize power circuits for highly-integrated applications processors. The good news is that SECO and Freescale have done much of the legwork for you, helping you jump start your project. SECO’s production-ready Qseven standard SoM, with just one Freescale i.MX 6 series processor, can:
- Drive multiple high-definition (HD) video outputs with 3D integrated hardware acceleration
- Simplify multimedia application development with industry-standard I/Os and standard embedded APIs
- Ease migration from the x86 world to the ARM® environment
- Speed your time-to-market and lower development risks and costs with its fully-developed board support package
Join this session to learn:
- The advantages and benefits of the Qseven standard for next level applications
- How much time and cost can be avoided by using the SECO Qseven SoM based on Freescale i.MX 6 series processors for projects
- How the world-leading i.MX 6 series-based on ARM® Cortex®- A9 architecture can help differentiate your product
Industrial Ethernet case studies provide lessons learned as detailed in specific installations to gain practical advice from working installations, to ensure your next application uses the best practices to maximize benefits in a minimum amount of time. Ethernet survey results will be discussed.
Attendees will learn:
- The importance of correct cable installation and verification
- Reasons why should you spend time designing your Ethernet Infrastructure
- How to minimize the impact of an existing poorly-designed network Infrastructure.
Also covered will be Control Engineering research results on who works on Ethernet, protocol use, level of integration with automation, and benefits. After the presentation, a live question and answer session will be held.
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