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Meeting FDA Regulations to Update Medical Devices for Safety and Security

Meeting FDA Regulations to Update Medical Devices for Safety and Security

By Jeff Kataoka Protecting patients and promoting public health is a key directive for the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA). This directive includes oversight on the safe and secure use of medical devices for patient care. That means that if you are a medical device manufacturer, your company needs to ensure that its medical device is meeting FDA regulations…
Your Next Favorite Acronym – TRM!

Your Next Favorite Acronym – TRM!

By Ron Breault Even if you went on a really long vacation this summer, perhaps backpacking deep into California's John Muir trail, you've probably heard at least something about all the work that's been going on in The Open Group's Open Process Automation Forum, or OPAF.  I'll make the assumption here that you have some familiarity with OPAF, if not…
Reliable, Safe and Secure? Ada and VxWorks Can Help!

Reliable, Safe and Secure? Ada and VxWorks Can Help!

By guest contributor Ben Brosgol, Senior Technical Staff, AdaCore Writing reliable, safe and secure software is tough. Doing it for for hard real-time systems with demanding certification requirements -- such as DO-178B or DO-178C for avionics -- is tougher and indeed is one of the most daunting challenges that a developer has to face. Meeting this challenge calls for experience-hardened…
The Critical Infrastructure Challenge: Developing and Supporting Software for the Long Term

The Critical Infrastructure Challenge: Developing and Supporting Software for the Long Term

By Gareth Noyes Software content is increasing in every realm of technology, and has been the catalyst for the explosive growth of entirely new market sectors. The development and deployment of software at scale has matured significantly over the last decade in enterprise- and cloud-IT applications. This has been enabled, among other factors, by: Uniformity of computing infrastructure (think of…
New Performance Breakthrough for VxWorks-based HPEC Systems

New Performance Breakthrough for VxWorks-based HPEC Systems

By guest contributor Michelle Watson, Marketing Product Portfolio Manager, Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions For years, designers of High Performance Embedded Computing (HPEC) systems have sought to free up critical resources and establish optimal performance for Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) applications.  Today, system designers can take full advantage of the Intel® Xeon® D processor architecture for their multi-core/multi-board HPEC systems using…
VxWorks: Past and Future

VxWorks: Past and Future

By Andreea Volosincu The year is 2002. Brazil is winning the FIFA World Cup and the first cell phone to have a built-in camera is released in the US – yes, this story is THAT old. In the world of secure and reliable systems, Wind River releases VxWorks 5.5. Fast forward 16 years, VxWorks® 5.5 reaches its End-of-Life (EOL) status…
Edge Computing Enabling the Future

Edge Computing Enabling the Future

By guest contributor Fredrik Sande, Marketing Manager, Raima Most tech discussions today arrive at the same conclusion: the future of big data is edge computing. While discussions around edge computing are not necessarily new, the growth of the Internet of Things (IoT) has clarified how critical establishing the right presence at the edge can be. Market demands are increasing at…
Wind River and Rockwell Collins Bring Open Architectures from Planning to Production

Wind River and Rockwell Collins Bring Open Architectures from Planning to Production

By Chip Downing Although many military aircraft suppliers, armed services, and government organizations have been promoting Open Architecture (OA) and Modular Open Systems Architecture (MOSA) for years, it has been somewhat difficult to find really good implementations of open architectures in shipping, fielded products.   Many companies simply tend to create and update purpose-built platforms that are the legacy of almost…
When AI Goes Bad

When AI Goes Bad

By Mychal McCabe The Future of Humanity Institute recently followed up on last year's survey about AI exceeding human performance in a variety of tasks, with a report titled "The Malicious Use of Artificial Intelligence: Forecasting, Prevention, and Mitigation." The report focuses on three macro changes to the threat landscape: expansion of existing threats, introduction of new threats, and a…
Wind River Helix Device Cloud: Recipient of the 2018 IoT Global Awards Platform of the Year

Wind River Helix Device Cloud: Recipient of the 2018 IoT Global Awards Platform of the Year

By: Amanda Lowe I’m excited to announce that Wind River has just received the IoT Global Award for Platform of the Year for Wind River® Helix™ Device Cloud at Smart IoT London. The 2018 IoT Global Awards programs recognizes excellence in IoT innovation. The Platform of the Year Award honors the most innovative IoT-related Application Enablement / Connectivity / Technology…