Real-Time & Embedded Computing Conference Includes MEDS and MILESTONE Events

The RTC Group Boston RTECC

The Real-Time & Embedded Computing Conference (RTECC) is headed to Boston at the Sheraton Framingham next Tuesday, May 15, 2012. The RTC Group’s event features two keynotes, Android: A Medical Development Perspective (presented by Alan Cohen of Logic PD) and Where’s My Drone?… and other Technology Security Issues for Tactical Military Electronics (presented by Glenn Thoren of Charles Stark Draper Laboratory). RTECC also includes two new co-located events: the Medical Electronic Device Solutions Conference (MEDS) and the Military Electronics Development Conference known as MILESTONE.

The MEDS program features sessions on how to navigate and minimize risks for FDA compliance in development of medical software, how to build customized control systems, and speed the adoption of mHealth technologies. MEDS vendors include ADLINK Technology, AMD, Cyth Systems, LDRA Technology, Logic PD, MathWorks, NEXCOM, RTI, Vector Software and Wind River. Vendors exhibiting at MILESTONE include companies like Curtiss-Wright Controls Defense Solutions, ELMA Electronic, Kontron, and Mountain Secure Systems.

Boston RTECC Topics

  • AMD Embedded Software Ecosystem
  • FPGA Computing for Speed and Flexibility
  • Real-Time Hardware in the Loop (HIL) Simulation
  • Device UI and Application Development
  • Using Model-Based Design to Reduce Risks in IEC 62304-Compliant Medical Software Development
  • Intel Boot Loader Development Kit for Embedded Systems
  • Safe Programming for Multicore on Linux
  • The Latest Design Strategies using Xilinx Virtex-7 FPGA
  • Eliminating Runtime Errors in Critical Embedded Software
  • A Practitioner’s Guide to Critical Software Certification
  • Intel Boot Loader Development Kit for Atom Processor-based Board
  • Interoperability: Overcome Barriers and Speed Adoption of mHealth
  • Solutions to Distribute & Scale your Real-time Application on Multi-core PC Platforms
  • Fault-Tolerant Memory Management for Mission Critical Military Embedded Systems
  • There is No Such Thing as a Benign Data Race
  • Integrated Toolchain for Embedded System Development
  • Achieving Software Compliance for Medical Devices
  • Android Beyond Google
  • Solving Problems of Aging Hardware by Proactively and Cost-effectivly Refreshing Existing Hardware
  • Get On the Bus: Edge-to-Enterprise Integration is Coming to Medicine
  • Achieving FDA Software Validation Compliance
  • Controller Area Network (CAN) – Network Technology for Embedded Systems
  • Using PCI Express GEN2 and PCI as High Speed Network Interconnects
  • Simics Accelerates Product Development
  • How to Get Started with Coreboot
  • The ARM Processor Roadmap Deciphered
  • An Aggressive Off-the-Shelf Approach to Building Customized Embedded Control Systems
  • Industrial Ethernet Protocols

Register: RTECC Boston