LDRA is offering a two-day seminar on DO-178C and DO-254A. The event will focus on the invocation of DO-178C and the new FAA and EASA guidance that has formed the foundation of the proposed DO-254A standard. The seminar will also explain the DO-178C processes and show how to apply them across the development lifecycle. The title of the seminar is Invoking DO-178C and Getting Ready for DO-254A.
qaqadu event gmbh announced a DSP training course. The title of the class is Digital Signal Processing Theory, Algorithms and Architectures. The DSP course will take place November 6 to 8, 2012 in Munich, Germany (instructions will be presented in English). All attendees will receive electronic and printed versions of the teaching materials. A DVD containing all the simulation models used during the course will also be distributed. The class is ideal for all engineering, marketing and technical management staff.
Avnet Embedded and Intel will hold an online training class on the new Intel Xeon E5 family of processors. The in-depth technical training session will cover the Intel Xeon processor E5-2600/2400 families. The course will include a platform overview and technical highlights of each processor. The web-based training session will illustrate ways that Intel products and Avnet’s solutions-based value-add expertise work together to support any design requirement.
Avnet Electronics Marketing Americas and Texas Instruments will host a webinar about TI’s C2000 portfolio of fixed point, floating point and multi-core processors. The webcast will focus on advanced motor control techniques, digital light emitting diode (LED) control and renewable power in solar power systems. The web-based training seminar will take place March 15, 2012, at 9:30 am PDT (11:30 am CDT, 12:30 pm EDT). The title of the 60-minute webinar is: Optimizing Energy Efficiency in Digital Power Designs
AWR is offering four online training courses next month. The online sessions cover Microwave Office (MWO), AXIEM, and electromagnetic (EM) and harmonic balance technology. The AWR classes take place of the first four Mondays in May at 1:00 PM Pacific Time. The web training courses are developed and hosted by Dr. John Dunn, a senior applications engineer at AWR.
Microchip Technology’s annual Worldwide MASTERs Conference will take August 24-27, 2011 at the JW Marriott Desert Ridge Resort in Phoenix, Arizona. Pre-Conference events will take place August 22-23, 2011. The MASTERs Conference features 95 lecture sessions and 44 hands-on classes. The topics of the classes include connectivity sessions on TCP/IP, USB, CAN and wireless; graphical-display and touch-sensing interface development; intelligent power supplies; firmware development; motor control; selecting op-amps for sensor applications; using an RTOS; creating a bootloader; and streaming audio for embedded designs.
Dolphin Integration is offering a VHDL-AMS modeling training workshop in April. The VHDL-AMS Modeling training event will present the language constructs of either Verilog-AMS or VHDL-AMS. It covers techniques for creating and validating behavioral models. Designers will learn how to perform bottom-up modeling through structural assembly of behavioral models for multi-level simulations. The seminar is ideal for designers involved in mixed-signal electrical designs and/or analog behavioral modeling and simulation.
Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI) is offering a webinar, titled: Fundamentals of Designing with Semiconductors: Sensors and How to Use Them. The online seminar will review the concepts of physical signals and explore why and how they must be changed into analog electrical signals, and how they can be processed for the highest reproduced accuracy. The webcast will take place January 12th at noon EST. The Sensors and How to Use Them webinar will be archived after the webcast takes place.
The OPC Training Institute (OPCTI) is offering several hands-on and theoretical courses. The training is ideal for professionals in the industrial, commercial, and military fields. OPCTI offers four progressive levels of training:
- Level 1: OPC and DCOM Diagnostics
- Level 2: OPC Security
- Level 3: OPC Unified Architecture (OPC UA)
- Level 4: Advanced OPC Projects
Microchip Technology will hold their second annual Embedded Designers’ Forum (EDF) starting on October 19, 2010. The Embedded Designers’ Forum is a series of training events where hardware and software engineers can learn about technologies. Microchip will conduct over 100 live events worldwide. Attendees will receive discounts on a broad range of Microchip Development Tools. Attendees will also receive a coupon to attend one class of their choice at any of Microchip’s worldwide Regional Training Centers. A Virtual EDF will be available on demand. The Virtual EDF will include keynote addresses from Google PowerMeter and Energizer.