Originally presented on November 02, 2016
Hosted by Mentor Graphics
As the Internet of Things continues to transform businesses and entire industries, key enabling technologies must evolve to address the ever-increasing requirements for these systems. Of particular note is the trend of "fog computing", an architectural design where key functions (typically executed in powerful cloud server infrastructure) are pushed towards the network edge with the goal of making intelligent decisions locally to avoid flooding Internet bandwidth with raw data. Fog computing is made possible by the extraordinary growth of computing power, connectivity, and functional consolidation in traditional embedded devices. These fog computing assets can now scale to "systems of systems" with a layered databus architecture implementation using Data Distribution Service (DDS). However, these architectures generate concerns about security, reliability, and Quality of Service among other things. Join this webinar to learn how Mentor and RTI bring together a solution that enables heterogeneous systems-of-systems while addressing issues critical to strategic and business success.
What You Will Learn
- Architecting data exchange to support highly scalable systems
- Using layered databus for data communication across system layers
- Complete end-to-end security for distributed systems
- Quality of Service and reliability with DDS
Bob brings over 15 years' experience developing new markets and building technology companies to his role as Director of New Markets at RTI. Bob graduated from Queen's University with a degree in Mathematics and Engineering and has used his education in control and communication systems to engineer embedded solutions for a variety of industries including energy, manufacturing, and transportation. At each venture he has lead the charge to create new technologies for emerging markets and disruptive applications.
Warren Kurisu is the director of product management in the Mentor Graphics Embedded Systems Division, overseeing the embedded runtime platform business for the Nucleus RTOS, Mentor Embedded Linux, virtualization and multicore technologies, graphics and development tools. He has spent nearly 30 years in the embedded industry, both as an embedded developer and as a business executive, working in the aerospace, networking, industrial, medical, automotive, and consumer industries. He holds a master's degree in electrical engineering from the University of Southern California and a master's degree in business administration from the University of California at Berkeley