Steve Edwards looks at the growing demand for trusted computing solutions with effective protections against cyberattacks in the global defense electronics market.
In this paper, Andrew McCoubrey looks at how synchronized clocks can be used to coordinate actions, such as activating motors in an industrial process, or to time-stamp sensor readings that must be combined and analyzed.
As embedded systems grow in sophistication, systems designers and their customers are increasingly concerned with the importance of protecting the data residing in their systems, and by extension their investment in intellectual property.
The NXP Power Architecture QorIQ Platforms: Architectural Benefits for Small Form Factor Embedded Applications
This white paper illustrates why Power Architecture continues to be an excellent choice for use in small form factor embedded applications.
This paper looks at the potential application of Machine Learning (ML) techniques with a view to automating tasks that would otherwise be performed by engineers in the preflight phase.
This conference paper describes the benefits of using a mixture of both FPGA and CPU based technologies in conjunction with flexible software in a Flight Test context.
This paper looks at the challenges of designing a small data acquisition system which can provide hundreds of channels of measurement capability while operating in tight spaces which are exposed to fluids, high vibration and extremes of temperature.
This white paper provides an introduction to the principles of QoS in Ethernet and IP networks, with an emphasis on practical implications for embedded systems.
In this white paper, we’ll explore the issue of cooling FPGAs as well as other challenges in FPGA driven high-speed data acquisition systems.
The paper describes the COTS approach, the relevant open standards, application for ground combat platforms, and references the previously presented intra-vehicle network reference architecture.