Anatomy of Modern Systems: Where Safety-Critical and General Purpose Applications Co-exist



You seek to meet the evolving needs of your end users by adopting sophisticated technology, from game-changing artificial intelligence applications, to augmented reality and enhanced computer vision capabilities. But how do you deploy these new mission-critical applications into a safety-critical environment when most of them start in the open source software world?

On Wednesday, March 6, at 2PM ET, attend “Anatomy of Modern Systems: Where Safety-critical and General Purpose Applications Co-exist” and learn how to:

Use adaptive virtualization for embedded, C4ISR, space and edge computing systems

Navigate the development journey safely – from Linux-based prototyping to safety-critical deployment

Consolidate safety-critical and general purpose applications onto a single safe, secure and reliable platform allowing integration of legacy and future applications without system redesign

Speakers:
Alex Wilson, Director, Business Development, Wind River
Dr. Patrick Rogers, Senior Technical Staff, AdaCore
Antonio Priore, CEng, Senior Functional Safety Manager, Embedded & Automotive, Arm

 

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