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This collection of free RTI presentations explains, discusses and demonstrates the value of RTI Connext DDS for data distribution and integration of complex and demanding applications for machine-to-machine (M2M) communications and the Internet of Things (IoT).

Each hour-long live webinar gives the audience time to ask questions of the presenters.

Webcast replays and slides are available on demand.

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IoT and M2M Safety and Security

October 21, 2015
2 p.m. ET / 11 a.m. PT

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The proliferation of connected devices coupled with network infrastructure advances have ushered in a new era of communication and machine-to-machine (M2M) automation in all industries. These advances bring significant risk — attacks on systems have become "purpose-built" — targeting specific machines in order to access unauthorized information or cause system failures. IoT and M2M systems require a combination of silicon and software solutions designed to mitigate these purpose-built attacks. Join us as silicon and software security experts come together to discuss M2M and IoT security requirements and threat identification and mitigation options using silicon and/or software approaches.

Sponsors: Echelon, Freescale, GrammaTech, RTI

Managing Avionics Safety Certification for Unmanned Aircraft

Originally presented on July 28, 2015.

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A force multiplier is often used to describe something gives one military a game-changing tactical edge over others. For the U.S. military, unmanned aircraft platforms have been a force multiplier and will continue to be one. However, now the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is opening the national airspace to unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) these platforms must now comply with FAA safety standards for technology such as DO-178 B and C for flight critical software as well as DO-254 for hardware. The rules for certification of these systems are still being defined, but safety certification experts are already applying these standards to future UAS avionics systems. This webcast of industry experts will discuss the challenges and solutions for managing avionics safety certification in unmanned aircraft.

Speakers

Dr. Ulrich Eisemann, Senior Product Manager, dSPACE
David Barnett, Vice President, Products and Markets, RTI

How to Architect Microgrids for the Industrial Internet of Things

Originally presented on July 23, 2015.

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The power grid is changing. With the proliferation of renewable generation technologies and drive to improve demand response, the grid's current architecture must change to realize the promise of the Industrial Internet of Things.

The challenges in the power grid require responsive, distributed communication and control at the edge of the grid that are inherently scalable, reliable and secure. Further, most grids have a unique set of requirements making a "one-size-fits-all" solution impractical. The Industrial Internet provides technologies that streamline the development and deployment of a new, smart power grid.

To deliver Industrial Internet systems in the field, recommendations in three key areas should be considered:

  • Component-level interoperability
  • Scalable control
  • Real-time data security

The work that companies like Cisco, NI, and RTI are doing with the Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC) microgrid testbed is transforming grid infrastructure. Attend this webinar to learn how the IIC Microgrid Testbed for Communication and Control implements edge processing and machine-to-machine communication. Join experts from National Instruments (NI) and Real-Time Innovations (RTI) as they discuss the keys to microgrid adoption.

Speakers

Brett Murphy, Director Business Development, Industrial Internet of Things, RTI
Brett Burger, Principal Product Marketing Manager - Smart Grid Applications, National Instruments

Blueprint for the Industrial Internet: The Architecture

Originally presented on July 09, 2015.

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The basic technical premise of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is simple: a common architecture that can connect sensor to cloud, power to factory, and cities to medical services. An infrastructure that can bridge these domains would impact industry as profoundly as the enterprise Internet impacted business across verticals.

Of course, what's hard is how to architect systems to capitalize on the IIoT opportunity.

This talk will examine data centricity, an architectural feature of the Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC) Reference Architecture – the IIC's recently-released initial guidance for enabling the IIoT vision. Data-centric communications connect individual machines together into large-scale intelligent systems that can perform functions that were not possible before. We will also review successful use cases in medical, power, transportation, and industrial control applications. Learning from these applications, the proposed controlled, secure data sharing promises a new era of connectivity that can unify systems top to bottom and across industries.

Speaker

Stan Schneider, CEO of RTI and member of the Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC) Steering Committee

Stan Schneider is CEO at Real-Time Innovations (RTI), the Industrial Internet of Things connectivity platform company. RTI is the largest embedded middleware vendor and has an extensive footprint in all areas of the Industrial Internet, including Energy, Medical, Automotive, Transportation, Defense, and Industrial Control.

In 2014, Stan was elected to the Industrial Internet Consortium Steering Committee. With over 100 companies, the goal of the IIC is to develop, test, and promote the standards that are crucial to the success of the next industrial revolution. Before RTI, Stan managed a large Stanford robotics laboratory, led an embedded communications software team and built data acquisition systems for automotive impact testing.

Stan completed his PhD in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at Stanford University, and holds a BS and MS from the University of Michigan. He is a graduate of Stanford's Advanced Management College.

IoT Panel, Part II: Security for Silicon, Software, and Sensors

Originally presented on June 16, 2015.

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IoT platforms and applications are emerging and it's evident IoT is poised to change the way the world lives, learns, and works. With these new advancements come significant security concerns. How can end devices authenticate users, access, and protect stored data? Will purpose-built IoT viruses, malware, and security threats emerge? What are the best approaches to integrating security within IoT applications? This panel narrows its focus to security concerns and solutions involving IoT devices, connectivity, and applications.

Sponsors: Flexera Software, RTI, ThingWorx

Learn About the FACE Standard for Avionics Software and a Ready-to-Go COTS Platform

Originally presented on May 19, 2015.

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The Future Airborne Capability Environment (FACE™) technical and business standards are driving new efficiencies in avionics platforms. FACE enables platform integrators to rapidly assemble best-of-breed technologies with commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) components that have proven safety certification credentials. This reduces integration and certification/airworthiness risk while improving reuse across both manned and unmanned systems.

The FACE Technical Standard is a standard of standards. For software portability, it leverages over 100 proven-in-service APIs including POSIX, ARINC 653, OpenGL, and the Data Distribution Service (DDS). For interoperability, it specifies a data model with well-defined semantics and syntax. It couples these with business models that encourage rapid innovation. These standards are driving a new era of COTS avionics solutions in both military and commercial markets.

In this webinar, experts from Wind River and RTI will provide an overview of the FACE Technical Standard 2.1 and show how integrated COTS products provide a ready-to-go platform for developing, integrating and deploying portable FACE components.

Attendees will learn

  • The fundamentals of the FACE architecture
  • The efficiencies of using proven COTS components for integrating FACE solution stacks
  • How to reduce risk by using COTS DO-178C certification evidence in certified development processes

Who Should Attend

  • Executive-level personnel who are interested in removing integration and certification risk from their avionics systems
  • Program managers, safety and security architects, and technical team leads designing avionics software
  • Project managers needing to accelerate delivery of challenging FACE platforms
  • Engineers and designers seeking to optimize and accelerated the development of certified software

Speakers

David Barnett, Vice President, Products and Markets, RTI
Chip Downing, Senior Director, Business Development, Aerospace & Defense, Wind River

Blueprint for the Industrial Internet of Things

Originally presented on April 23, 2015.

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The development of the IIoT will be the most important transformation of our time. The basic technical premise is simple: that a common architecture can connect sensor to cloud, power to factory, and cities to medical services. An infrastructure that can bridge these domains would impact industry as profoundly as the enterprise Internet impacted business across verticals.

Of course, the hard question is how, or even if, this is possible.

This talk will examine "data centricity," an architectural feature of the IIC's recently-released initial guidance to enable the IIoT vision. Data-centric communications connect individual machines together into large-scale intelligent systems that can perform functions that were not possible before. The talk will also review successful use cases in medical, power, transportation, and industrial control applications. Learning from these applications, the proposed controlled, secure data sharing promises a new era of connectivity that can unify systems top to bottom and across industries.

Speakers

Dr. Richard Soley, Executive Director, Industrial Internet Consortium

Dr. Richard Mark Soley is Executive Director of the Industrial Internet Consortium and is responsible for the vision and direction of the organization. In addition to this role, Dr. Soley is Chairman and CEO of the Object Management Group (OMG®) – an international, not-for-profit technology standards consortium -- and Executive Director of the Cloud Standards Customer Council – an end-user advocacy group.

Previously, Dr. Soley was a cofounder and former Chairman/CEO of A. I. Architects, Inc., maker of the 386 HummingBoard and other PC and workstation hardware and software. Prior to that, he consulted for various technology companies and venture firms on matters pertaining to software investment opportunities. Dr. Soley has also consulted for IBM, Motorola, PictureTel, Texas Instruments, Gold Hill Computer and others. He began his professional life at Honeywell Computer Systems working on the Multics operating system.

A native of Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.A., Dr. Soley holds bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees in Computer Science and Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Mr. Paul Didier, Solutions Architect Manager, System's Internet of Things Group, Cisco

Paul Didier is an Solutions Architect Manager for Cisco® System's Internet of Things Group (IOTG). He is responsible for developing solutions for the Discrete and Process Manufacturing, Transportation and Utilities verticals including Automotive, Oil & Gas, Mining and other sub-verticals. In addition to his work with the Industrial Internet Consortium, Mr. Didier is a member of the Open Device Vendor Association's (ODVA) Technical Review Board and has over 20 years of industry experience. He authored the Cisco and Rockwell Automation Converged Plant-wide Ethernet (CPwE) Design and Implementation guide, a Cisco Validated Design (CVD). He works extensively with key Automation and Control partners such as Rockwell Automation, Honeywell, Emerson and General Electric.

Prior to joining Cisco, Mr. Didier was an IT Infrastructure expert at Accenture for 16 years and an IT Manager for SAP for 2 years. He has extensive experience working for Manufacturing, Retail and Financial Services clients. He has developed and deployed large enterprise IT applications on a global scale.

Stan Schneider, CEO of RTI and member of the Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC) Steering Committee

Stan Schneider is CEO at Real-Time Innovations (RTI), the Industrial Internet of Things connectivity platform company. RTI is the largest embedded middleware vendor and has an extensive footprint in all areas of the Industrial Internet, including Energy, Medical, Automotive, Transportation, Defense, and Industrial Control.

In 2014, Stan was elected to the Industrial Internet Consortium Steering Committee. With over 100 companies, the goal of the IIC is to develop, test, and promote the standards that are crucial to the success of the next industrial revolution. Before RTI, Stan managed a large Stanford robotics laboratory, led an embedded communications software team and built data acquisition systems for automotive impact testing.

Stan completed his PhD in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at Stanford University, and holds a BS and MS from the University of Michigan. He is a graduate of Stanford's Advanced Management College.

Embedded Security and the IoT – Challenges, Trends and Solutions

Originally presented on April 09, 2015.

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Cisco forecasts that by 2020 there will be 50 billion connected devices on the planet spanning everything from entertainment and information to the industrial and medical markets. The benefits are obvious. The risks are significant with catastrophic consequences. Internet of Things (IoT) security is a broad issue with many dimensions. Join us as IoT security experts from the silicon, software, and services sectors describe risks and solutions for securing IoT devices.

Sponsors: RTI, Texas Instruments, ThingWorx and Wibu-Systems

Standards for Autonomous and Secure Microgrids

Originally presented on March 19, 2015.

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The U.S. power grid is changing. Distributed Energy Resources (DERs) require responsive, distributed control at the edge of the grid. DERs create new challenges in scalability and reliability, while increasing the network footprint exposed to cyber threats.

Join us at this live event to learn about emerging microgrid interoperability standards. These standards accelerate software and device development while reducing integration costs for utilities.

Stuart Laval, Manager of Technology Development at Duke Energy, one of the largest electric utilities in the U.S., will review Duke Energy's lessons learned on interoperability and introduce its Distributed Intelligence Platform reference architecture and the Open Field Message Bus (OpenFMB) framework. He will also explain how these relate to other traditional standards including DNP3, IEC 61850, and Modbus.

David Barnett, vice president of products and markets at RTI, will introduce the Data Distribution Service (DDS) interoperability standard. DDS is a core component of Duke Energy's reference architecture platform because of its unique ability to support demanding performance and security requirements.

Speakers

Stuart Laval, Manager of Technology Development, Duke Energy

David Barnett, Vice President of Products and Markets, RTI

Interoperability and the Internet of Things – To standardize or not to standardize?

Originally presented on March 12, 2015.

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The Internet of Things (IoT) encompasses a range of technology verticals, from consumer electronics and connected cars to industrial controls and the smart grid. However, while this immense diversity has created a market opportunity valued as high as $14.4 trillion, it has also generated significant interoperability issues stemming from a vast amount of available communications protocols. As a result, multiple consortia have coalesced to develop standardized connectivity frameworks that will advance the IoT. Join us as networking experts from these organizations consider the current connectivity landscape and define approaches that enable ubiquitous connectivity for the IoT.

Sponsors: PrismTech, RTI, ThingWorx

RTI Speaker: Stan Schneider, CEO of RTI and member of the Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC) Steering Committee.

Stan is a recognized expert in the development and integration of distributed real-time systems. Stan founded RTI to develop productivity tools for the real-time marketplace. Under his guidance, RTI has grown from inception to a multinational business with offices throughout North America and Europe.

How to Build the Connectivity Architecture for the Industrial Internet of Things (IoT)

Originally presented on February 25, 2015.

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Have you struggled to effectively apply conventional connectivity solutions to your Industrial Internet of Things (IoT) application? Do you re-invent the wheel every time you deal with managing multiple independent states as you add new applications? Do you have to create your own custom application level protocols? Will your connectivity solution be flexible enough to accommodate future requirements, data types and staffing changes?

The Industrial IoT introduces new requirements for the velocity, variety and volume of information exchange. Connectivity must be real-time, secure and work over mobile, disconnected and intermittent links. It must efficiently scale to handle any number of things, each of which has diverse information exchange requirements, such as streaming updates, state replication, alarms, configuration settings, initialization and commanded intents. This is all in addition to requirements commonly handled by conventional connectivity solutions designed for static networks.

This webinar will describe the core connectivity architecture model for the Industrial IoT and show how the Data Distribution Service (DDS) messaging standard can address its unique requirements. Concepts will be illustrated using a scalable Industrial IoT application architecture that shares real-time data between mobile devices and the cloud and provides access via thin clients (web browser). We will also identify the best way to use websockets, a popular messaging technology, in the architecture.

Speaker: Rajive Joshi, Ph.D. Principal Solution Architect at RTI.

Dr. Joshi serves as a technology consultant to customers building high performance distributed systems. His technical expertise spans distributed real-time systems, embedded systems, robotics, evolutionary computing, and sensor fusion. He has 20+ years of experience in software architecture, design, and implementation of distributed real-time systems and middleware. He is a co-inventor of eight patents, and has co-authored 30+ publications, including the book, "Multisensor Fusion: A Minimal Representation Framework," and a chapter in the book "Differential Evolution: A Practical Approach to Global Optimization." He won the best paper award at the Multisensor Fusion and Integration Conference, and received the "Charles M. Close Best Doctoral Thesis" prize for his doctoral work. His project on distributed robotics tele-operation was featured on CNN television.

Dr. Joshi holds a Doctorate and Masters in Computer and Systems Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and a Bachelor's in Electrical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology at Kanpur. He is a member of the IEEE, ACM, and AIAA.

Panel Discussion – Exploring IoT: Silicon, Software, Security, and Sensors

Originally presented on February 23, 2015.

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The Internet of Things is a broad-reaching concept traversing virtually every market segment. The IoT space has created a market opportunity valued as high as $14.4 trillion by analysts. IoT implies that devices with information become "smart" by adding connectivity and a means to provide or consume information to and/or from other external systems. The silicon and sensor components play a big role in the capabilities and cost of the IoT device. Software that incorporates connectivity to enable "smart" is required. And once a device is "smart," non-trivial security issues need to be addressed. Join us as a diverse panel of experts discuss IoT applications and dissect what puts the "smart" in IoT devices.

Sponsors: Eurotech, Flexera, McAfee, RTI, ThingWorx

RTI Speaker: Stan Schneider, CEO of RTI and member of the Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC) Steering Committee.

Stan is a recognized expert in the development and integration of distributed real-time systems. Stan founded RTI to develop productivity tools for the real-time marketplace. Under his guidance, RTI has grown from inception to a multinational business with offices throughout North America and Europe.

Two Approaches You Must Consider when Architecting Radar Systems

Originally presented on January 28, 2015.

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Modern radar systems must keep up with a rapidly changing threat environment, readily adapt to new technologies and be developed with smaller budgets. How do you architect your future radar systems to meet these challenging requirements? Two different approaches allow new capabilities to be integrated as needed into a scalable, open system:

  1. Integrate multiple functions – search, tracking, fire control, jamming and other capabilities – into a single standards-based radar system. The open system architecture provides a plug-and-play platform that enables the use of devices and subsystems from multiple vendors. It also reduces redundancy by sharing common processing tasks across systems.
  2. Network simple sensors and systems together – The linked platforms share data in real time using open standards. It also enables operational capabilities that standalone systems lack.

In this webinar, learn how standards-based communications technologies can be used to architect your future radar systems. See how proven examples of open architectures in radar and combat systems for organizations such as the US Navy have improved flexibility and reduced risk and life cycle costs.

Speaker: Mark Swick, Principal Applications Engineer

Mark Swick has over 30 years experience with distributed real-time systems, having worked critical programs for the US Army, Navy, Air Force, and NASA as a prime contractor, government support contractor and vendor; as well as commercial systems. Mark has experience with all phases of system life-cycle operations and has helped author open system standards for the US Navy. Mark has been involved with the development and deployment of numerous military and commercial radar and sonar architectures.

Four Keys to Securing Distributed Control Systems and the Industrial IoT

Originally presented on November 13, 2014.

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Control systems are at the core of critical infrastructure and industrial applications. These include the power grid, medical devices, manufacturing systems, transportation infrastructure, cars and defense systems.

Because of their essential role and the value of the information they exchange, these systems must be protected from both espionage and sabotage. This is becoming even more imperative as the enabling devices are increasingly connected into the Industrial Internet of Things to improve efficiency and availability.

Securing control systems is particularly challenging because security cannot come at the expense of other fundamental requirements, including reliability, real-time performance, autonomy and interoperability.

This webinar will introduce the new Data Distribution Service (DDS) Security standard, the first standard designed to address security for mission-critical real-time systems. It will review how the DDS standard provides authentication, confidentiality and access control while still satisfying demanding reliability and performance requirements. It will also show how DDS Security can be easily incorporated into existing systems regardless of whether or not they already use DDS.

Speaker: David Barnett, Vice President of Products and Markets

David has over 25 years of experience in distributed, real-time and embedded systems. He joined RTI in 2005 and is responsible for the company's product roadmap, product marketing and market development. Prior to RTI, he was vice president of marketing at a real-time middleware startup that was acquired by Borland Software Corporation. He was also director of product marketing at Green Hills Software and Mentor Graphics and a senior product marketing manager at Wind River Systems. David began his career as a software engineering lead at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) where he was responsible for the design and implementation of several distributed real-time applications.

David has BA in Computer Science from the University of California at Berkeley.

Internet of Things (IoT) Costs, Connectivity, Resources and Software

Originally presented on November 11, 2014.

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Embedded systems are becoming interconnected and accessible via the internet. Gartner Group estimates there will be nearly 26 billion devices that make up the Internet of Things by 2020. This results in a massive variety of connected devices with varying security, reliability, and authentication requirements. Cost sensitivity also figures into the equation. This mix of requirements and costs require IoT developers to identify sensor, processor, and software solutions that address the requirements and hit required price points. Join us as IoT solution experts discuss sensors, connectivity, processors, platforms, and software for IoT applications and overview applications of IoT in various markets. 

Sponsors: Mentor Graphics, RTI

Five Ways the Industrial Internet will Change the Oil and Gas Industry

Originally presented on October 16, 2014.

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Unconventional resources challenge the oil industry. Exploration and development of new sources of oil and gas require new sensors, analytics and processes. These systems need some way to better connect, monitor, control and automate processes. Current technology just can't deliver quick, reliable, field-to-cloud system integration and robust operation, especially across large field installations.

The Industrial Internet of Things is the biggest change in industrial technology in decades. Huge companies are transforming their infrastructures to take advantage of the Industrial Internet's open, high-bandwidth protocols and low-cost, intelligent networks. Just this year, GE, Cisco, Intel, AT&T, IBM and 80 other companies recognized the importance of this transformation. They formed the Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC) to speed the use of internet technologies in industrial applications.

Find out why new networking standards are more than just protocols; they are system-building technologies that greatly ease field operations. See how companies like GE, Siemens, Joy Mining and Schneider Automation are using Industrial Internet technologies to re-vamp their product lines and field operations. Oil and gas applications are already being fielded with open standards and low-cost smart nodes.

Speaker: Stan Schneider is the CEO of Real-Time Innovations (RTI), and a member of the IIC Steering Committee

Why is DDS the Right Communications Standard for the Industrial Internet?

Originally presented on September 25, 2014.

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The exciting potential of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is to create bold new intelligent machines and vast distributed systems. The IIoT will change the world across many industries. These applications define the future: renewable energy, cars that drive themselves, planes that fly themselves, smart medical devices, and connected hospitals.

DDS is the standard designed for the Industrial Internet. RTI's Connext communications platform is the leading DDS implementation, proven on real systems representing the breadth of the IIoT.

This webinar will overview some of RTI's real-world applications in the Industrial Internet. Our 750+ projects include applications in Energy (Siemens Wind Power, Toronto Hydro microgrids), Medical (GE Healthcare, BK Medical ultrasound, Harvard-led device connectivity standard), Automotive (Audi, VW), Industrial (Schneider, Joy), and Transportation (Canadian air traffic control, VW, Audi).

Come see why the DDS standard is the communication standard for the Industrial Internet. Based on our leading product and architectural impact, RTI was recently named the #1 most influential company in the Industrial Internet of Things by Appinions as published in Forbes and Reuters.

Speaker: Stan Schneider, CEO of RTI, and a member of the Industrial Internet Steering Committee along with GE, Cisco, Intel, AT&T, IBM, Accenture, and Fujitsu.

Safety Certification and Unmanned Aircraft

Originally presented on September 09, 2014.

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The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is beginning to open the national airspace unmanned aerial systems (UASs). The UAS commercial market is expected to some day dwarf what is already a multi-billion military marketplace for UAS technology. However, before that happens rules and regulations need to be defined and met to ensure unmanned aircraft can operate safely in the same airspace with passenger jets. Unmanned military platforms to date have not been required to meet safety certification standards such as DO-178B & C, but will need to before they can enter the national airspace unaccompanied. This webcast of industry experts will discuss the challenges with meeting safety standards such as DO-178 B & C in unmanned aircraft and solutions for navigating safety certification effectively.

Sponsors: Esterel Technologies, IBM, LDRA, RTI

How to Leverage Open Architectures for Existing Systems

Originally presented on August 21, 2014.

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Economic realities dictate that "new" distributed systems are almost never entirely new creations. Existing capabilities which cannot be readily duplicated at minimal cost are often necessary and even critical components of otherwise new systems. How we address achieving interoperability with these legacy systems – whose data and interfaces are often less than completely defined – can be a critical cost and schedule risk item.

Open standards such as the DoD's UAS Control Segment (UCS) Architecure and the Open Group's Future Airborne Capability Environment (FACE) provide architecture and data design standards which support new development and provide a means of rigorously capturing the data semantics of information in existing interfaces. At the protocol and implementation level, the OMG's Data Distribution Service (DDS) standard provides proven, cost effective design patterns which support the bridging and/or the migration of existing systems with new, open architectures.

Speaker: Mark Swick, Principal Applications Engineer, RTI

Why is DDS the right technology for the Industrial Internet?

Originally presented on May 15, 2014.

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GE, Cisco, AT&T, Intel and IBM recently established the Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC) at the Object Management Group (OMG) standards body. OMG is the world's largest system software standards organization, responsible for the UML modeling language and DDS data-centric middleware standards. Attend this webinar and find out how DDS can drive the Industrial Internet. At the OMG, the IIC will focus on standards relevant to the Industrial Internet, the branch of the Internet of Things that enables intelligent distributed machines. The IIC will break down technology silos to improve integration of the physical and digital worlds. RTI, the market-leading DDS vendor, provides the key communications infrastructure that enables smart machines in the Industrial Internet. This webinar will review the technology and examine real-world use cases for RTI DDS in the Industrial Internet across several industries, including medical, energy, aviation and automotive.

Speaker: Dr. Stan Schneider, Chief Executive Officer, RTI

Stan Schneider is a recognized expert in the development and integration of distributed real-time systems. He founded RTI to develop productivity tools for the real-time marketplace. Under his guidance, RTI has grown from inception to a multinational business with offices throughout North America and Europe.

Stan completed his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at Stanford University. He holds a BS in Applied Mathematics (Summa Cum Laude) and an MS in Computer Engineering from the University of Michigan.