confira a seguir os cursos e webinários programados para essa semana. A programação completa para o mês de março, você encontra na seção de CURSOS E WEBINÁRIOS do blog.
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- March 10 – Day 1: An Introduction to Designing with Programmable Logic
This class will provide an introduction to the course. We will quickly review the architecture of the Lattice LCMXO2-1200ZE FPGA as the programmable device for the class. We will also review the full design and development flow, the evaluation board, and the example designs we will use in the course.
- March 11 – Day 2: Programmable Logic Design Flow
Using the Lattice Diamond tool flow as an example, we will look at all the steps required to take a design from conception to realization. Follow along using your own copy of the Lattice Diamond tools, or just view the screen shots on the slides. Either way you will get over that first barrier to doing your own design.
- March 12 – Day 3: Lattice LCMXO2 Evaluation Board
The next step in doing your own design is to use a low-cost evaluation board. The Lattice LCMXO2 Evaluation board provides all the hardware you need to create a design. This class will review all the features and capabilities of the board and compare it to other types of boards.
- March 13 – Day 4: A Sample Design From Start to Finish
In this class we will take one of the example designs that comes with the kit from start to finish. This will help solidify the other concepts in the course and get you comfortable with doing your own design. Purchase the board ahead of time and follow along, or just view the PPT.
- March 14 – Day 5: Your Own Design
This class will take the sample design and make some modifications to it as an example of how you can create your own design. Follow along on your own board, or just view the PPT. Either way, by the end of the course you should be comfortable creating your own FPGA design.
Companies in the agro-food sector aim to deliver consistent quality, but objective determination of quality is not easy since no two natural products are alike. Besides that, many quality criteria cannot be observed by the human eye during the production process, and manual work is both expensive and unreliable.
New technology developments, however, make it possible to quickly carry out objective quality inspections of food products from farm to table. This webcast will explore these technologies, including cameras and optical sensors, computer vision systems and robotics. Mr. van de Zedde will discuss advanced approaches for both two- and three-dimensional visual inspection, objective color measurement, and near infrared (NIR) hyperspectral inspection that reveals “invisible” deviations, along with advanced methods for automatic image processing. He will explain how “robotizing” the handling of food products allows many companies to strengthen their competitive position.
The webcast will use actual examples–including long-term academic research and industrial applications–to illustrate and to elaborate the future perspective of R&D in this field. Interactive Q&A will allow audience members to get help for their own applications.
What You’ll Learn:
- The challenges inherent in food inspection
- What technologies are enabling objective, vision-based quality inspection of food products
- How new imaging techniques are enabling assessment of deviations invisible to the eye
- How use of robotics can enhance a food producer’s competitiveness
- What research and industrial applications reveal about the future of vision-based food inspection
The HDMI Forum has released the HDMI 2.0 specification and test process which enables 6Gbps lane transfer to Display devices, nearly doubling the previous maximum. This is far from a banner specification as the industry is moving quickly to deliver the highest resolution displays at 4kx2k. In this webcast, we will provide an HDMI 2.0 technical overview as well as cover the latest physical layer testing requirements for HDMI 2.0 as well as the previous specification (HDMI 1.4b). Join us to learn about the new testing requirements and what it takes to stay ahead of HDMI physical layer testing challenges.
Connex 3D Printing was the first technology to offer multi-material 3D printing. With the Objet500 Connex3, Stratasys launched another first: a color, multi-material 3D printer. Combining three base materials dramatically extends the possibilities — rich, vibrant colors and unprecedented material versatility.
In this Webinar, Jon Cobb, executive vice president at Stratasys, will share his expertise on this significant technology advancement, what multi-material color 3D printing really means, how it works and the many benefits.
Guadalupe Ollarzabal of Trek Bicycle, a longtime Connex user and Objet500 Connex3 beta tester, will share why his shop chose multi-material 3D printing, what they’re using it for, and how the new technology advances their products.