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Wind River at Embedded World 2020

Software for the Intelligent Edge

For nearly four decades, Wind River® has been driving innovation and delivering secure, safe, proven solutions that enable the digital transformation of critical infrastructure. Visit us at Embedded World 2020 to see how we are accelerating the evolution from automated to autonomous and leading the 5G revolution across the intelligent edge—for robotics, energy, manufacturing, and autonomous vehicles of all kinds across air, land, and sea.

February 25–27


Nuremberg, Germany
Wind River Booth: Hall 5, Booth 324

Presentations

Embedded World Conference

Bridging the Gap Between Cloud Computing and Edge Devices


February 26, 5:00 p.m.
Embedded World Conference, NCC Ost

Cloud computing has become pervasive in the infrastructure used in different industry sectors, and this compute capability is now driving increasing requirements for edge computing. Bringing compute power near the source of the data becomes paramount for addressing scalability, coping with real-time constraints, and handling the latency and security of emerging applications. The boundary between embedded devices and cloud computing has never been so thin.

In order to overcome these challenges and support these new constraints, software developers are using many technologies in which RTOS, virtualization, and containers are cornerstones of the architecture. Learn about the challenges of implementing heterogeneous systems through an actual use case of a critical function combined with cybersecurity features, based on a system architecture comprising a real-time operating system (RTOS), Yocto-based Linux and Docker containers running on both a system-on-chip platform as well as an OpenStack-based platform.

Speaker: Bruno Rouchouse, Director of Field Engineering, Wind River


Impacts of Increased Software Diversity on Embedded Systems


February 27, 9:30 a.m.
Embedded World Conference, NCC Ost

Learn about a new and unique developer-focused site where developers can collaborate to innovate at the edge, enabling capabilities such as machine learning and computer vision; where technologists can gain early access to proof-of-concepts, open source integrations, experimental software, and Wind River–compatible projects (ROS 2, OpenCV, TensorFlow). The site showcases the first-ever VxWorks® RTOS software developer kit (SDK).

Speaker: Maarten Koning, Fellow Engineer Technology Office, Wind River


Exhibitor Forum

Improving Embedded Software Quality by Using Virtual Platforms for Continuous Testing with TDD/BDD


February 25, 11:00 a.m.
Exhibitor Forum 2-510

Learn about implementing continuous testing and integration using a full system virtual platform (FSVP), with the aim of embracing test-driven development (TDD) and behavioral-driven development (BDD) engineering practices.

Speaker: James Hui, Engineering Specialist, Wind River


Linux Adoption in Embedded Devices: Historical Adopters, New Waves, and Evolving Users


February 25, 3:30 p.m.
Exhibitor Forum 2-510

Linux in embedded devices is not new. First adopted by network devices manufacturers (powering the totality of 5G deployments), it has slowly yet steadily moved into other market segments, such as in-vehicle infotainment, military communications, and manufacturing. With a new wave of adopters (such as energy and medical) on the horizon and a new generation of adopting developers, the job of building Linux into embedded devices is changing. This is why Wind River leverages the Yocto Project as a trusted baseline while tapping into new IT and cloud technologies, such as containers, DevOps, CI/CD, and more.

Speaker: Davide Ricci, Director, Open Source Business, Wind River


5G: Challenges and Cybersecurity at the Edge


February 26, 2:30 p.m.
Exhibitor Forum 2-510

Hear about the challenges brought by 5G in a software-defined world and the associated costs of cybersecurity. Exploring what 5G means in terms of security, we will examine three different use cases for 5G deployments in Industrial IoT: smart factories and Industry 4.0, connected vehicles (V2X), and railway transportation. We will cover fundamental approaches for securing the edge of the network.

Speaker: Bruno Rouchouse, Director of Field Engineering, Wind River


The Future of Avionics Is Autonomous


February 27, 1:00 p.m.
Exhibitor Forum 2-510

There are clear trends toward increasing the use of automatic systems, leading toward a more autonomous future. But how do these trends challenge us in avionics, particularly around safety certification but also around system architecture and the increasing challenges of cybersecurity? This briefing introduces these trends, looks at the challenges, and offers a starting point for solving the problems.

Speaker: Alex Wilson, Director A&D, Wind River


Bringing Software Developer Innovation to the Edge . . . for Free


February 27, 3:00 p.m.
Exhibitor Forum 3-719

Learn about a new and unique developer-focused site where developers can collaborate to innovate at the edge, enabling capabilities such as machine learning and computer vision; where technologists can gain early access to proof-of-concepts, open source integrations, experimental software, and Wind River–compatible projects (ROS 2, OpenCV, TensorFlow). The site showcases the first-ever VxWorks® RTOS software developer kit (SDK).

Speaker: Maarten Koning, Fellow Engineer Technology Office, Wind River


In Partner Booths

meta-aws: Embedded Linux and AWS Made Simple


February 27, 2:00 p.m.
Hall 5 Booth 310

The Yocto Project and OpenEmbedded have been widely adopted for building custom Linux distributions running on edge systems. Developers demand low-friction mechanisms for integrating core cloud connectivity capabilities with edge systems. In this session, you will learn how to leverage the meta-aws Yocto Application Layer recipes for integrating your new and existing development, featuring a production grade angle and demonstration by Wind River.


Visit Our Booth To See Wind River Technology in Action


Services-Oriented Architecture (SoA) for Connected, Autonomous, Electrified Vehicles

This demonstration showcases virtualization with a hypervisor enabling multiple HMI displays, each with its own OS instance, to demonstrate GPU sharing.

Rapid Design Testing

This demonstration showcases Wind River Simics enabling embedded software developers to perform faster design test, with greater insight and the ability to automate metrics generation with Python.

Mixed Criticality with ROS 2

This demonstration showcases virtualization with a hypervisor enabling multiple independent guests, each with their own OS instance (VxWorks or Wind River Linux), demonstrating ROS 2 for VxWorks support.

The Ease of Desktop Brought to Embedded

Come see how Wind River is making it easier than ever to develop for embedded with support for the latest programming languages and a new e-Learning portal for on-demand training. You’ll also experience Wind River Labs, our online sandbox that provides access to our latest experimental projects, open source integrations, and new technologies, including a new VxWorks SDK download.