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Testing of Embedded Software
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Real-Time Operating Systems With VxWorks
Introduction to Real-Time Operating Systems
Safety Critical & High Availability Systems
Software Security for Embedded
Embedded Linux Basics
Real-Time Essentials
Embedded Solutions For Windows XP Embedded
Effective C++ in RT/Embedded Systems
Debugging Real-Time Software
Linux Embedded/RT and Drivers
Design of High Availability Systems & Software
Real-Time UML
RTOS Architecture and Effective C
Architectural Design of Real-Time Software
Real-Time Design Patterns
Design of Distributed and Multi-Core Systems & Software
Design of Safety-Critical Systems & Software
 
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Real-Time Essentials
3 days course
Embedded/Real-Time systems are complicated, involving both hardware and software aspects, and have special development environment and performance constraints. Thorough understanding of all the components, how they operate, and how they interact, is essential for improving skills as a Real-Time software engineer, and for leveraging the quality of products. The course reveals and examines the different aspects of developing Embedded/Real-Time systems. It teaches the essentials of developing such systems, by exploring each of the different aspects involved. It starts with presenting the structure of a typical embedded system, then exploring in-depth each one of the hardware components, their functionality and interfaces, placing an emphasis on understanding hardware and software integration. The course provides the participant with a fundamental understanding of Real-Time programming principles and techniques for applying these principles to real-world design problems. It introduces the Real-Time operating system with its specifics and general services. The course also introduces the embedded development environment and X-Development, and Real-Time debugging techniques. All these concepts are presented throughout the course with hands-on exercises, for better utilization of the concepts, combining I/O devices, interrupts, file systems, inter-task communication and synchronization techniques.
The course is intended for programmers and engineers familiar with software development concepts, desiring to better understand the complex aspects of embedded/Real-Time development.
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