Get on the web to overcome the challenges of traditional embedded development

5th May 2006
ES Admin
An innovative webcast series that highlights Graphical System Design – Innovation from Design to Deployment - is being hosted by National Instruments this month.
The free, four-part series demonstrates how NI and leading companies Maplesoft, Celoxica and Analog Devices are overcoming the challenges of traditional embedded development using National Instruments LabVIEW software to more efficiently design, prototype and deploy their embedded systems.

Series events demonstrate how engineers and scientists can use NI LabVIEW to streamline the design process by integrating algorithm design, prototyping using flexible FPGA-based hardware such as NI CompactRIO, then deploying to custom hardware such as Analog Devices Blackfin Processors. Using graphical system design, both experienced and novice embedded developers can design sophisticated embedded systems without the need for low-level programming, thus increasing efficiency and reducing development time.

Readers can watch the first event now as Dr. James Truchard, NI Cofounder, President and CEO, discusses the challenge of the historically fragmented and expensive design space and the future of LabVIEW in design.

Then: On-Demand: “Introduction to Graphical System Design,” presented by Dr. James Truchard, National Instruments

· May 10: “Platforms for Advanced Algorithm Development and Verification,” presented by Maplesoft and National Instruments
· May 17: “Implementing High-Performance IP to FPGA-Based COTS Prototypes,” presented by Celoxica and National Instruments
· May 24: “Evolution of Embedded Design Deployments,” presented by Analog Devices and National Instruments

To obtain full session descriptions and register for the Webcasts, readers can visit and enter gsdseries. Readers also should visit for more information on National Instruments embedded system design tools.

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