Videos / Podcasts
July - 2010
- Green Body Network Demo MPC5517 and MM912F634
This video shows the effect of power saving with a sleep function in a LIN-based door/seat subsystem, based on Power ArchitectureÂ® technology, and demonstrates the CAN-LIN gateway functionality. Watch the video here:
- hADEs A QorIQ P4080 Hypervisor Aware End Solution Application for Platform Analysis
This video shows the P4080 multicore end solution application utilizing Light Weight Executives, Hypervisor, shared memory, and the new Data Path Acceleration Architecture across multiple partitions and multiple software portals. Watch this video here:
- 64-Bit Device Simulator for the QorIQ P5020
See this demostration of the new QorIQ P5020 on the Virtutech Simulator, featuring the first Power Architecture-based 64-bit core from Freescale. Watch this video here:
- PROFIBUS for QorIQ and PowerQUICC Processors Demo
This video shows how the QorIQ and PowerQUICC processors with QUICC Engine controllers can now integrate PROFIBUS layer 2 to lower the system hardware cost. Watch this video here:
- MPC564xL Steer-by-Wire Lite Demo
Freescale puts the focus on steering with this dual motor control solution, featuring 32-bit Power Architecture technology. Watch the video here:
- MPC5604B Interior Lighting Demonstrator built on Power Architecture® Technology
This video features Freescale's discrete LED driver which facilitates migration from lamp to LED. Watch the video here:
- MPC564xL Dual Core Automotive Safety Demo
This video introduces you to an easy to implement, dual core automotive safety system that features Power ArchitectureÂ® technology.
June - 2010
- Microsoft Windows Embedded Compact 7
Microsoft Windows Embedded Compact 7
- Wind River Hypervisor Windows Guest Support
A demonstration of the Wind River Hypervisor executing VxWorks and MS Windows XP.
- Smart vending machine powered by Intel embedded processors
A smart vending machine powered by the embedded Intel Core processor that boasts a touch screen and ability to record demographic information through an on-board camera.
- TUSB1310: World's First USB3 SuperSpeed Discrete Transceiver
The TUSB1310 is a single port, 5.0-Gbps USB 3.0 physical layer transceiver operating off of a single reference clock, providing a cost effective USB 3.0 solution with few external.
- Spider Sensors Helping Predict Volcanic Activity
A collaborative effort by Washington State University researchers, US Geological Survey, and NASA's Jet Propulsion Lab might hold the key to predicting volcanic eruptions.
- Wind River Simics Overview
Senior Product Marketing Manager Eddie Glenn provides an overview of Wind River Simics, a high-performance virtual environment in which any electronic systemâfrom a single board all the way up to complex, heterogeneous, multi-core systemsâcan be defined, developed, and deployed.
- Tesla: The Ultimate Low-Power Design
When your battery pack alone costs $30,000 and you get 200 miles per charge, youâve got to be looking for ways to save power. The Tesla roadster is crammed with parts from many Silicon Valley companies, all designed to draw as little power as possible. But thereâs still much more work to be done.
May - 2010
- Brickstick - Lego NXT Programing without a PC
A touchscreen driven programming & execution environment called Brickstick allows Lego I\O to be connected to the prototyping board and programed and run controlled without the use of a PC. All programming and execution is done through the touch screen. This makes it easy to build remote controlled robot with sophisticated features, without the complexity of a complex programming environment.
- More Low Power MCU Comparisons: nanoWatt XLP Vs. MSP430
Visit http://www.microchip.com/XLP to learn more. Three of nanoWatt XLP Technologys key advantages are: Sleep currents down to 20 nA, Real-Time Clock currents down to 500 nA, and Watchdog Timer currents down to 400 nA. The vast majority of low-power applications require one or more of these features. nanoWatt XLP Technology combines all three in a comprehensive portfolio of devices. Whether it is extended battery life, sealed batteries, or the integration of energy harvesting, Microchips 8- and 16-bit PIC MCUs with nanoWatt XLP Technology provide more freedom for designers that need their products to operate longer using less power, or requiring fewer battery changes.
April - 2010
- ESC 2010: Microchip partners with Google for energy measurement and monitoring
Fanie Duvenhage, director of marketing and applications at Microchip, explains the inner workings of the company's reference design for the Google PowerMeter.
- Intelligent Media and 3-D
Sean Koehl from Intel Labs shows how future computers powered by multi-core processors will be able to bring amazing 3-D visuals and the ability to intelligently manage digital media, allowing you to record and view just the highlights you want to see.
March - 2010
- Handheld, multi-axis camera stabilization device utilizing MEMS gyro sensors
This device uses MEMS based rate gyro sensors mounted to a gimbaled camera rig to measure the angular rate of the camera's rotation. The gyro signals are amplified to drive DC servo motors coupled to the camera's rotational axes. As a gyro measures the cameras rotation about an axis, the corresponding servo motor applies an opposing torque on the platform to oppose camera rotation.
- Array of MEMS gravity sensors
Demo of ShapeAccelArrayâ¢ (SAA), a new monitoring technology that allows engineers to visualize movement in the ground or in solid structures, simply by connecting to the Internet.
- VoiceGP - Advanced Voice Recognition and Speech Synthesis Module - Development Kit
The VoiceGP module is a development platform for speech synthesis and voice recognition applications, based on Sensory RSC-4128 mixed signal processor. Its small size of 42 x 72 mm and the two connectors at the edges with 2.54mm pin spacing, make it suitable for prototype boards and breadboard friendly.
- IBM POWER7 processor chip animation
The engine beneath the hood of the new IBM POWER7 systems, this processor chip has eight cores with four threads per core for a total of 32 threads per chip! Use of IBM's embedded DRAM technology enabled 32 megabytes of L3 cache memory giving the chip massive bandwidth and the system exceptional power efficiency.
- It's Not Just Windmills and Photovoltaics, but Wires, Too
Cisco's Internet Business Solutions Group Discusses How to Make the Grid Smart.
- RadiSys Milaero Markets & Applications: An Overview
Clarence Peckham of RadiSys gives an overview of the markets and applications that are a focus for RadiSys. Hear why ATCA is the ideal platform for high performance, COTS-based solutions and how COM Express is the best choice for mobile or hand-held applications.
- New Trends in the Mil/Aero Market
Anthony Ambrose discusses how RadiSys' market leadership in communications and embedded computing is addressing the emerging needs of the mil/aero market by providing COTS-based solutions that come with a demonstrated track record of reliability and long-life.
- Halt/Hass Testing: Driving Extreme Reliability into RadiSys COM Express Products
Staff Reliability Engineer, Rob Dixon, explains how every single RadiSys product is tested beyond its operating specifications to ensure long-term reliability and functionality in extreme conditions.
- The nanoWatt XLP PIC16LF1823 Sets a Low Power Benchmark beats MSP430!
Microchip Technology demonstrates the low power capabilities of its newest family of eXtreme Low Power ( XLP) Microcontrollers. Capable of industry-leading Sleep current, the new 8-bit PIC16LF1823 devices set a new benchmark for low Run mode current consumption.
February - 2010
- The Cloud and Data Centre Architecture
Part 1 of a discussion about how developments such as Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) and Dynamic and Shared Services are impacting the Architecture and the Security of the Data Centre.
- AAVA Prototype Moorestown Phone running Moblin 2.0
AAVA has created a prototype, Atom-based smartphone running Moblin 2.0. We also get a demo of Quake running smoothly as well as some of the applications running on this 3.7" Screen.
- Efficiency Without Compromise
With energy consumption and costs rising, energy efficiency has become a major concern for data center operators and managers, but energy represents only a slice of data center lifecycle costs. The challenge is to lower costs while maintaining or improving availability. Emerson Network Power is helping organizations meet this challenge through Efficiency Without Compromise, which provides a flexible path for optimizing data center infrastructure design, operating and management efficiencies, all with an eye toward availability.