Embedded Systems Development in UML Webinar

Mentor Graphics is offering a webinar titled, “Embedded Systems Development in UML.” The online seminar will help developers understand the software development tools that can dramatically increase productivity. This event will introduce an approach to collaborative development which will reshape software development as much as the discovery of high-level languages.

The webinar will explain how building executable UML models allows you to verify system behavior early in the development process, reducing bugs and finding bottlenecks early in the game. The event will show you how a UML model allows you to focus on meeting requirements – and prove they are met through execution. The seminar enable you to understand the benefits of translatable UML through the repeatable generation of clean, readable, and highly efficient C code – tailored to match your real-time constraints, free from common programming errors such as issues with synchronization and threading.

Mentor Graphics’ integrated development environment, built on top of Eclipse, comprises all of the tools needed to manage development, from UML design to on-target debugging, in an intuitive collaborative integrated environment.

Agenda

  • Benefits of a model-driven approach
  • Building executable models
  • Sharing executable models with stakeholders
  • Verifying executable models against requirements
  • Automated translation of models into C
  • Target specific optimization of the translation rules
  • A complete tool flow from UML design to target debugging

Target Audience
Software developers, engineers, and managers wanting to learn the benefits of a model-driven UML approach to embedded software development.

The event will cover:

  • Benefits of a model-driven approach
  • Building executable models
  • Sharing executable models with stakeholders
  • Verifying executable models against requirements
  • Automated translation of models into C
  • Target specific optimization of the translation rules
  • A complete tool flow from UML design to target debugging

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