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It's Transformation Time for Embedded Development

Original Air Date: Nov 12, 2013 | Duration: 60 minutes Webinar
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Overview:
Embedded development is at a tipping point. Complexity, cost, risk, and delay are all on an upward climb. Development teams are under intense pressure to get their projects completed on time—without sacrificing features or quality, and working with budgets that have already been cut.

Successful innovators are now turning to a new breed of solutions designed to handle escalating complexity across the embedded development lifecycle. Join Wind River® for this web seminar to learn how Wind River is helping companies transform and accelerate each stage of embedded development.

What Registrants will learn:

  • How embedded software development is being transformed
  • How a combination of proven technologies and services can make a big impact on your software development
  • The risks and pitfalls for each phase of the software development lifecycle
  • Risk mitigation strategies offered by commercial off-the-shelf solutions

Presenter:
Bill Graham, Director of Product Marketing, Wind River
Bill Graham is a director of product marketing at Wind River with over 20 years of experience in the software industry, including embedded and real-time systems development, UML modeling, and object-oriented design. Prior to joining Wind River, Bill held marketing and product management positions at QNX, IBM Rational, and Klocwork. Bill holds a Bachelor's and Master's Degree in Electrical Engineering from Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada.


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HenryCSR Posted Nov 12, 2013

A lot of projects have similarities, handset with user interface, control panel with (perhaps) larger screen illustrating status, and then some process involving a modicom of (fast) real-time and not so urgent other input-output, including data logging. Is there an example of an average project using a time-lapse technique (i.e. condense six months into 1/2 hour) to demonstrate the advantages of out-of-the-box (Wind River) solutions, compared to guess-it,build-it,test-and-debug-it- yourself? [In order to sell the concept to management.]

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twburger Posted Nov 14, 2013

The development platforms out there are more or less equal from a development point of view of tools and techniques. What I want to know is exact technical specifications. Why pick VxWorks over QNX or Linux? What's the performance advantage? What are the footprint specs? We know how to do an embedded project and the risks. We need hard numbers.

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