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Part V: Case Study: Highlighting a Successful Design Example
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11/30/2012   123 comments
Putting it all together is where the rubber meets the road in any embedded effort. We'll delve into a successful design project, which showcases how engineers at an energy company put to practical use the intelligent concepts discussed in this course to create a noteworthy application.
Part IV: Apps Development Utilizing the Partner Ecosystem of Intelligent Solution
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11/29/2012   138 comments
To help engineers ensure that end-user specs and constraints are factored into the design equation -- with the output being a reliable, cost-effective end product -- we'll examine the rich ecosystem of boards, operating systems, security solutions, and tools available for building your intelligent app.
Part III: Rethinking Embedding Processing: The Bridge to Ivy Bridge
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11/28/2012   210 comments
Traditional embedded solutions have drawn from a disparate range of CPU solutions. Emerging, next-gen intelligent apps by definition require a minimum of 32-bits for optimum functionality. We'll dive into the architecture and features of one such family, the third-generation Intel Core vPro Processors, which include multiple x86-64 cores and embedded security.
Part II: Four Pillars of Intelligent Industrial Apps: Security, Manageability, Connectivity & Performance
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11/27/2012   264 comments
This lecture will give engineers' perspective about crossing the bridge from the traditional embedded perspective to intelligent applications, which are more adaptive and responsive to user needs throughout their lifecycle. We'll define the four pillars of these apps in the context of both engineering requirements and customer benefits.
Introduction: Understanding the Connected Factory of the Future & Next-Gen Industrial Apps
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11/26/2012   226 comments
In this class, you'll learn how the flexible, digital factory of the future will dominate the industrial arena, what its components are, and how embedded apps are evolving to serve this new environment.


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Sometimes it can feel like you're really performing in the big tent when presenting your hardware. This month's caption contest exemplifies this wonderfully.

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The Frankenstein's Fix contest for the Tektronix Scope has finally officially come to an end. We had an incredibly amusing live chat earlier today to announce the winners. However, we ...

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