Wind River Blog

The Wind River Blog Network is made up of a variety of voices: executives, technologists and industry enthusiasts.

  • First Ascent – Field Updates from Wind River and Collins Aerospace

    First Ascent – Field Updates from Wind River and Collins Aerospace

    By Andreea Volosincu1953 was a good year. It was the first time when a British expedition conquered Mount Everest, during what most describe as a golden age of alpinism. Fast-forward to...

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  • Inspired by Machine Learning, ROS 2, Turtlebot3, and Rulex

    Inspired by Machine Learning, ROS 2, Turtlebot3, and Rulex

    By Mihai DragusuOne of the greatest challenges of a machine learning (ML) solution, is being able to explain why a trained model gave the output it did for a given input. One could track down the...

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  • Windows 7 End-of-Support: Securing the Future

    Windows 7 End-of-Support: Securing the Future

    Windows 7 end of support deadline is fast approaching; here’s how you should manage upgrades now to prepare for the future.

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  • Windows 7 Transition for Medical Devices: Updating User Interfaces

    Windows 7 Transition for Medical Devices: Updating User Interfaces

    Explore how you can use modern user interfaces to manage the Windows 7 transition.

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  • Windows 7 Transition for Medical Devices: Using Virtualization

    Windows 7 Transition for Medical Devices: Using Virtualization

    With Windows 7 end-of-life coming soon, organizations need to determine how to secure their medical devices. See how you can use virtualization for a smooth Windows 7 transition.

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  • The industry’s first 5G cloud native, open source solution: Wind River Cloud Platform

    The industry’s first 5G cloud native, open source solution: Wind River Cloud Platform

    The promise and complexities of virtual 5G networksWhile 5G is becoming a well-known technology buzzword, not much is known about the major shift the industry is going through as 5G...

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  • ROSCon 2019: ROS 2 for VxWorks all the Rage

    ROSCon 2019: ROS 2 for VxWorks all the Rage

    By Andrei KholodnyiA decade ago, large industrial robots dominated the robotics world. Today, we see small mobile robots everywhere: in households, hospitals, banks, restaurants, and shops. Robots...

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  • In AI we Trust?

    In AI we Trust?

    By Davide RicciArtificial Intelligence is a many things, just like human intelligence is.Intelligence, from Latin “Intelligere,” means the ability to go deep and broad as we “bind” (ligere)...

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  • Windows 7 End-of-Life: What it Means for Medical Devices

    Windows 7 End-of-Life: What it Means for Medical Devices

    Windows 7 end-of-life is coming soon ¬– what does that mean for the thousands of medical devices currently running this OS?

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  • Simics: Just when you thought it couldn’t get any better

    Simics: Just when you thought it couldn’t get any better

    By Sean EvoySimics helps our customers leverage DevOps and enhanced cybersecurity practices for embedded development in order to increase product quality and security, and to reduce time to...

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  • The New Space Race Is an Agile Odyssey

    The New Space Race Is an Agile Odyssey

    By Andreea VolosincuSpace is back in style. Literally. From new space suits for the first space tourists, to limited-edition NASA bomber jackets, the space market is seeing a renaissance of...

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  • The Next Phase For Autonomous Cars — Conquering Real World Challenges

    The Next Phase For Autonomous Cars — Conquering Real World Challenges

    By Ty KimHow is the acceleration of autonomous technologies forcing developers to rethink their intelligent vehicle approach?  This article explores some practical challenges and provides insights...

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  • Evolving Embedded Linux Together

    Evolving Embedded Linux Together

    By Michel GenardThe Embedded Linux Conference (ELC) in Lyon, France kicks off today. With so many interesting projects underway, it’s always a pleasure to meet in person and hear from and...

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  • Transforming Computing at the Edge – Continuing the StarlingX Journey

    Transforming Computing at the Edge – Continuing the StarlingX Journey

    By Ian JolliffeStarlingX is a relatively new open source project - it was announced in May of 2018 and things have changed, grown and evolved very quickly. It is a very different project now than...

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  • Virtualization Benefits: Virtualization for Embedded Systems

    Virtualization Benefits: Virtualization for Embedded Systems

    Virtualization is making its way into embedded systems. Explore the virtualization benefits that bring old embedded systems into our modern, connected world

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  • Recap: Curtiss-Wright and Wind River at FACE™ Technical Interchange Meeting 2019

    Recap: Curtiss-Wright and Wind River at FACE™ Technical Interchange Meeting 2019

    By guest contributor Mike Slonosky, Senior Product Manager, Power Architecture and Arm SBCs at Curtiss-WrightThe FACE™ Technical Standard: Shifting the Avionics Technology LandscapeThe Open Group...

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  • Securing the Edge with StarlingX

    Securing the Edge with StarlingX

    By Ian JoliffeSecurity on the edge is crucial. Learn more about how the StarlingX 2.0 release helps addressing this challenge.As we drive compute to the edge of the network many things change and...

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  • Why the Thomas Cook Collapse has me thinking about System Desegregation

    Why the Thomas Cook Collapse has me thinking about System Desegregation

    By Michel GenardIt’s hard to imagine how a strong brand like global travel group Thomas Cook, in business since 1841, could go south so quickly.  Its value proposition was proven and real,...

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  • Seven Cool Things About the New VxWorks...A Few “Firsts” For an RTOS

    Seven Cool Things About the New VxWorks...A Few “Firsts” For an RTOS

    By Ranjan SikandHave you checked out the latest version of VxWorks? You really should. Wind River announced today that it is blazing trails to make the world’s leading real-time operating system...

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  • Executive Viewpoint: The Embedded Developer’s Journey; to RTOS or not to RTOS

    Executive Viewpoint: The Embedded Developer’s Journey; to RTOS or not to RTOS

    Originally published in Embedded Computing Design (ECD)The embedded systems developer’s journey has changed over the years, with the advent of new technology introductions and different demands by...

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