Using Static Analysis to Overcome the Challenges of Reusing Code for Embedded Software

This paper explains why software reuse is a growing problem within development organizations, why the way embedded software is developed needs to change and what organizations can do to improve reliability, safety, and security while reducing development time. Gain a better understanding of:

Posted in: White Papers, Aeronautics, Electronics & Computers, Semiconductors & ICs, Electronics & Computers, Software
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Eliminating Blind Spots in Commercial Trucking with IoT

Technology is becoming a critical business tool for truck manufacturers, fleet operators, and service centers. On-board diagnostics and telematic systems are a first step, but only provide a singular view and limited scalability. A more comprehensive view of truck health delivers reliability, improved uptime, and faster repairs; but this requires examining a larger and richer set of engine data together with external sources.

Posted in: White Papers, Information Sciences, Automation, Robotics, Data Acquisition, Sensors, Software
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Fundamentals of Wire, Cable, and Connectivity

Continuous supply of electric power or faultless data transfer, provided mostly through wiring, are primary requirements affecting virtually all systems. This results in stringent requirements for production, installation, and operation of cables.

Posted in: White Papers, Mechanical Components, Motion Control, Automation, Robotics
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The Reality of Application Security: Scare Tactics or Genuine Threat?

Guardians of application security have perhaps become slightly immune to the fearful messages of cybersecurity vendors. The combination of ‘Big Data’ with an exponentially growing Internet of Things (IoT) would seem to provide the perfect storm conditions for the exploitation of vulnerable code streams. Read this whitepaper about the reality of AppSec to discover what are the real risks and how to mitigate them.

Posted in: White Papers, Automotive, Communications, Electronics & Computers, Information Sciences
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The Perfect Balance of Price and High Quality

Your search for a low-cost, high-quality oscilloscope is over! Keysight's new InfiniiVision 1000 X-Series oscilloscopes feature industry-proven technology at the ultralow starting price of $449*. They have 50- to 100-MHz models and deliver industry-leading software analysis with 6-in-1 instrument integration.

Posted in: White Papers, Software, Test & Measurement
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Survival of the Fittest - the Process Control Imperative

In tough times, manufacturers focus on reducing their operating costs, but may not be able to afford to spend their way out by buying more productive machinery. With that pathway closed, what are the opportunities for radically reducing costs without replacing existing machines? This paper explores Productive Process Pyramid™ and the four areas where substantial savings can be found if firms are prepared to change the way they control their machining processes.

Posted in: White Papers, Defense, Energy, Manufacturing & Prototyping
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Introduction to Electromagnetic Compatibility

By definition, Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) describes the ability of a system, a piece of equipment, or some other electrical device that utilizes electromagnetic energy, to operate in its intended environment without suffering an unacceptable degradation in its performance, or negatively impacting the ability of another device to perform its intended function.

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LAPP PLAYBOOK — Next Generation Cables For Factory Automation

Achieving maximum productivity and minimizing downtime are critical in production line equipment or any automation applications.

Posted in: White Papers, Aerospace, Defense, Mechanical Components, Mechanics, Motion Control
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Fast-Tracking Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and Autonomous Vehicles Development with Simulation

ADAS and autonomous vehicles will soon be transforming our world. Due to the complexity of this immense engineering challenge, manufacturers now realize producing a reliable autonomous vehicle requires millions of miles of road testing—as onboard computers must be trained, not programmed. A seemingly impossible task.

Posted in: White Papers, Automotive, Automation, Simulation Software
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Control System Basics with Jon Titus

Writer and editor Jon Titus (often credited as the inventor of the first personal computer) explores the basic elements on a control system. Beginning with relays followed by sink versus source control, Titus also explores PNP and NPN logic, open collectors and isolation. With a personable Q&A format, this five-part guide demystifies some of the common questions and confusions surrounding control systems.

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