Just do it! Do the work!
Whatever phrase is used, embedded engineers thrive at accomplishing their design goals. However, next-gen solutions are more complex, small, and dense. Implementers are challenged to design next-gen solutions in quickly evolving applications like rail transportation, aerospace, and more.
Getting a leg up in the design and implementation of complex systems offers improvements in time to market, cost, performance, reliability, and manufacturability. Another benefit is helping developers get off the clock so they can enjoy their lives. 😉
Attend the upcoming PICMG Embedded Implementers’ Forum to learn how standards-based hardware technologies are being implemented across the electronics-driven landscape. Leading embedded technologists will apply these solutions to complex computing challenges in industrial automation, transportation, fog/edge computing, AI/ML, and more with speed, scale, and cost-effectiveness.
Embedded Implementers’ Forum Topics
Interested engineers and system designers can choose to attend any or all of the following presentations:
How Adopting Industry Standards Can Streamline Your System Implementation
PICMG develops interoperable electronic hardware specifications that abstract the design complexity of lower-level subsystems and streamline the design, manufacture, and testing of technologies that make advanced equipment go. In this presentation, Jessica Isquith and Doug Sandy will walk through the process of identifying design areas that benefit from PICMG technologies. They will also detail how to leverage the breadth and depth of these solutions that are available off-the-shelf from multiple vendors.
Introducing Modblox 7 – The Next-Gen Modular System for Industrial Computing
The proprietary BoxPC market is known for providing highly integrated computing solutions. However, their lack of interoperability and flexibility can make them less cost-effective and sustainable. In this session, we will introduce a new open standard called ModBlox7. It is designed to bridge the gap between expensive highly flexible systems and BoxPCs.
With module interchangeability, flexibility, and redundancy, ModBlox7 provides tailored solutions for a wide range of industrial computing applications. You will learn about the advantages of ModBlox7. Also, manufacturers and end users can benefit from reliable solutions for demanding applications in the industrial automation, transportation, and other industries.
MicroTCA for Industrial Applications – Future Ready
MicroTCA was established in 2006. It has more than met the requirements of various vertical markets in industry, defense, and research including longevity support. The panelists will give a short review of where MicroTCA stands today. They will also highlight some applications before discussing upcoming challenges and how the MicroTCA standard will be extended to meet future demands.
Unlimited Design Freedom for Edge Servers
With the digital transformation, bandwidth, and computing power requirements are increasing enormously. It becomes particularly critical in telecom and network infrastructures and wherever data streams originate or converge in the field and need to be processed on-site – sometimes in real-time.
For servers deployed outside of data centers, enterprises need high-performance edge server ecosystems to overcome the limitations of conventional servers. Additionally, implementers need to stay ahead of rapid innovation cycles with the shortest time-to-market.
For More Information
Interested engineers are encouraged to register and attend any or all four sessions: further details and registration link.
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