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Why Attend?

The Real-Time & Embedded Computing Conference (RTECC) is a unique, single day event dedicated to bringing the embedded, M2M and IoT design community together to share challenges, solutions and inspiration for evolving and emerging industries.

RTECC continues to be a highly focused technical conference consisting of technical and market presentations, hands-on labs, vendor demos and community activities.

Conference Schedule





Session Details and Description
9:30 – 10:30 Microsoft Keynote
The Benefits of a Modern OS Platform for Handheld Mobility

Microsoft will provide in-depth analysis of the trends that are shaping the mobile industry in 2015 and beyond. Session highlights will include a presentation of the contemporary and future mobility industry, the latest technological developments, next-generation services, and growth strategies. This session will cover the evolution of the Windows Operating System and how workplace mobility is both supported and enhanced with the benefits of Windows Embedded Handheld 8.1 and Windows 10 IoT Mobile.

11:00 – 11:45 Session Information
New Level of Performance with Gen 3 PCI Express

Presented by Dolphin Interconnect

Gen 3 PCI Express delivers outstanding latency and performance increases. This session outlines how you can take advantage of these new performance levels in your application. Performance oriented applications can take advantage of PCI Express Gen 3 with Dolphin’s complete software and hardware solution. Run Sockets or TCP/IP applications at new performance levels while maintaining your existing applications. Take advantage of unique capabilities such as peer-to-peer data transfers for GPUs and FPGAs, reflective memory capabilities and new processor based NTB support. Join Dolphin for this session and learn how you can benefit for Gen 3 PCI Express in your application.

AGILE full Requirements Traceability for your embedded application: Tracing Epics, User Stories, Tasks, Change Requests & Bugs back to Requirements

Presented by Visure Solutions

Many times we wonder how to transition our current Requirements process to fit into Agile, maximizing our ability to deliver faster and deal with changes, while working with customer specifications and achieve full traceability and team collaboration.
During this session, you will learn how Visure Requirements integrated with JIRA is the platform support an Waterfall, AGILE and hybrid processes, how to track requirements down to User Stories and Tasks, how the integration enables Change Management over the requirements, how to link your Bugs back to the Requirements and still comply with standards such ISO 26262, IEC 62304, IEC 61508, CENELEC 50128, DO-178B/C, FMEA, SPICE, CMMI, etc.

1:00 — 1:45 Session Information
Water-Cooled Supercomputers: From the Data Center to the Battlefield

Presented by Dynatem – a Eurotech Company

As data centers move toward emersion cooling for their heterogeneous servers, this isn’t practical for compute applications in extreme and mobile environments…like battlefield vehicles, UAV’s, gas & oil data acquisition, and physics research and development. Traditional air conditioning doesn’t produce the lowest power / lowest noise / highest performance solutions.

This talk describes the Dynatem HPEC water-cooled architecture, based on Eurotech’s Aurora family of green, liquid-cooled supercomputers.

Challenges for Dynamically Composable Systems in the Industrial Internet

Presented by aicas

The Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC) was formed about a year and a half ago, and has brought together a large cross section of the industrial manufacturers worldwide. Output workproduct from the IIC has included “use-case” and reference architecture specifications, and demonstration “testbeds”. “The Industrial Internet Reference Architecture” recently released by the IIC defines Dynamic Composition and Automated Interoperability concepts. Implementation of these concepts requires new software architecture, new features, and new approaches to connectivity for cyber-physical systems. Recent national news stories have highlighted security concerns in connected automobiles and medical devices that could potentially create life-threatening situations. This talk will cover some of the implementation challenges and solutions for dynamically composable and interoperable device software for embedded devices such as control systems, with a focus on improving the security of the operational software of the device and data generated by the device. This is a high level presentation covering the following concepts: tool chain verification; supply chain verification; code verification; deployment, installation, and load time authentication; runtime authorization; code and data encryption; and cyber threat prevention, detection, and response.