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Why Model Driven Software Engineering is the Future of Software Development

  • A small team of software engineers used model driven software engineering techniques to develop a large complex software system that is both reliable and robust, and in doing so achieved a productivity 2.5 times higher than the industry average for conventional software development. Using Verum’s software specification, design and verification tools, in five years (an average of) four engineers realized the entire control and application software for the Liteq 500, a lithographic, advanced packaging production system for semiconductors from Kulicke & Soffa. Read More..

Datalight to Speak at Embedded World on Improving Linux Boot Time and Reliability Testing Strategies

  • Thom Denholm, Technical Product Manager for Datalight, has been invited to speak at the upcoming Embedded World conference in Nuremberg, Germany. Mr. Denholm will present two technical sessions covering techniques for improving boot times on Linux and techniques for designing more robust reliability testing. Read more..

DEMO: Do More and Consume Less with TouchGFX on STM32L4+

  • TouchGFX now supports ST’s new generation of STM32L4, giving you a whole new dimension of ‘do more, consume less’ for your GUI development.

    The new STM32L4+ device is a new generation of the STM32L4 series that stretches performance to 150DMIPS (233 ULPMark-CP) at 120MHz, and it supports TouchGFX. STM32L4+ is an ideal fit for developing fitness bands, smart watches, small medical equipment, smart meters, and smart industrial sensors, as it allows for sophisticated functions and instant responses with minimal downtime for battery charging. Read more..

eXtremeDB from McObject Ads Lua to its Multi API’s

  • eXtremeDB version 8.0 adds Lua to its already extensive list of features.  Toward that end, stored procedures are implemented in eXtremeDB 8.0 with the Lua language. Lua is increasingly popular in embedded systems due to its compact nature and efficiency, as well as ease-of-learning.  Importantly, it combines simple procedural syntax with powerful data description constructs based on associative arrays and extensible semantics. Read more..

Added Security and Connectivity to Data Management on the Edge

  • eXtremeDB was developed to provide professional developers with the tools they need to meet, or exceed, the demands of the industry and v.8.0 lives up to that goal.  One of the many new features eXtremeDB v.8.0 offers our customers to provide an IoT advantage is the way that the system supports “storage containers” on edge devices, improving connectivity with servers. The current generation of IoT networks tend to use IPv6, which is not optimized to manage massive data transmissions when bandwidth is limited (LoRaWAN data rates range from 0.3 kbps to 50 kbps). This can become a problem when an edge device only has intermittent contact with the servers and needs to deliver large packets of data. Read more...