Resource Utilization of Middleware Components in Embedded Systems
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September Newsletter 2014
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Visit us next week in Colorado Springs, CO at the DASC
The DASC is a five-day annual conference which captures the latest trends in digital avionics through technical presentations, professional education courses, exhibits, and special events.
More information can be found here.
Nina Tucker, VP of Client Services to present “Middleware for Bots” at RoboBusiness in Boston
Middleware has a long history in the IT space as software that provides abstracted translation, integration, interoperability and brokering services between applications, operating system and database management systems in distributed computing environments. Robotics middleware goes a step further adding support for hardware integration and control, freeing developers from the requirement of low level programming to integrate each software, hardware and communications module that make up a given robotic system. Attendees at this session will learn how middleware solutions are being used to speed robotics development, as well as deliver more robust robotic platforms.
“Resource Utilization of Middleware Components in Embedded Systems”
The aim of the RTOS and Software Platforms session at SAE ASTC in Cincinnati last week, “Resource Utilization of Middleware Components in Embedded Systems” was to examine RTOS and execution platforms (including frameworks) for avionics software. Topics discussed included ‘What is Middleware?” “Middleware for Embedded Systems”, “Balance of Resource Utilization for Software Architects”, and “DDS Use Cases”.
The entire session can be viewed here.
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Frequently Asked Question:
Question:I am working on a brand new project for my company, how can I tell if we are eligible for your IR&D program?
This determination is made on a case-by-case basis, based primarily on your project goals and funding. In general, projects that are strictly internally funded (or funded with US Government SBIR contracts) and that are purely for research, demonstration, and/or experimental purposes are eligible for our IR&D program. Projects that generally do not qualify for our IR&D program include projects that are funded by external sources or are working on a specific commercial product that will be sold to end users. To receive a determination for your project, give us a call or send us an email with a short description of your project. We will be happy to discuss your CoreDX DDS licensing options with you!
October 5-9, 2014, 2014 DASC, Colorado Springs, CO, USA. Read more...
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