Our webinars are a great way for engineers and managers to stay up-to-date and learn new embedded software and management skills. Our webinars are typically an hour in length with Q&A and occur at least 6 times a year.

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Transformative Technologies in Test, Measurement and Production Line Equipment The drive to improve operator efficiency and integrate equipment into larger systems is increasing demand for transformative technologies in test, measurement, and production line equipment.

In this webinar, we will explore major challenges and the transformative technologies addressing these focus areas, including operator enhancing interfaces, cloud and mesh connected devices, and enhanced controls such as AI.
• Changes facing the Test, Measurement and Production Line Equipment Industries
• Winning the technology race
• Transformative technologies
o HMI
o Controls
o Communication
• Implementation challenges
• Design best practices
4/24/20191:00pm EDT1 hour
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Getting Started with Amazon FreeRTOS (Paid Course) See https://www.beningo.com/services/workshops/getting-started-with-amazon-freertos/5/2/20191:00pm EDT1 hour
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Designing Intelligent Systems using Resource Constrained Edge Devices Traditional embedded software engineers often think that machine learning and intelligent systems are outside the realm of microcontroller based systems and therefore outside their realm of expertise. Advances in microcontroller technology have made designing intelligent systems using these resource constrained devices a reality. In this session, we will examine the tools and capabilities that are available to microcontroller designers to start using machine learning and adding a new level of intelligence to their devices. Developers will walk away understanding that machine learning and AI is not just for big data and the cloud and the tools they need to get started.5/22/20198:00am EDT50 minutes
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Introduction to the Cortex M1 and M3 using Arm DesignStart FPGA This session will explore the benefits of using the Cortex M1 and M3 cores within a Xilinx FPGAs. To attend this session no FPGA knowledge is necessary, the session will cover the architecture of the device, connecting peripherals and how we create and deploy project along with the debugging options available to us. While the time available for these concepts is limited the attendee will take away a good overview of the benefit, design and development life cycle and how to address any challenges encountered along the way. 5/22/20199:00am EDT50 minutes
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Developing with Open Source Development Tools on Arm Cortex-M Processors There are a number of great commercial IDEs for developing and debugging on the Cortex-M.  But, how about open-source solutions that won't break the bank?  In this presentation, you will see a completely open-source approach for code development and debugging for the Cortex-M series processors that can be had for the time to download and configure a couple of settings and yet give you the integrated development experience your developers need.

Speaker: Mike Anderson

Bio: Mike Anderson is currently Director of Technology for The PTR Group, LLC. With over 40 years in the embedded and real-time computing industry, Mike works with a number of RTOS offerings for IoT devices. However, his focus over the past decade is primarily embedded Linux on a number of CPU architectures. As an instructor and consultant, Mike is a regular speaker at the Embedded Linux Conference, OpenIoT Summit and the Embedded Systems Conference as well as other Linux and IoT-oriented conferences. Ongoing projects include several efforts focused on migrating applications from RTOS offerings to real-time enhanced Linux platforms. Additional projects include work with mesh wireless topologies, 6LoWPAN, commercial reverse engineering and multiple robotics projects in working with the FIRST Robotics Program in the high schools.
5/22/201910:00am EDT1 hour
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Everything you need to know about RTOSs in 45 minutes An RTOS is software that manages the time and resources of a CPU. At any given time, an RTOS ensures that the CPU is working on the most important task of your application. RTOSs are practically used in just about every embedded and IoT systems.

This session will explain what an RTOS is and expose its most important benefits as well as drawbacks. We’ll also discuss some of the tools available to help developers get an insight into a running RTOS-based application.

Speaker: Jean Labrosse is a software architect at Silicon Labs. Labrosse, an RTOS expert who founded Micrium in 1999, is a regular speaker and panelist at the Embedded Systems Conference in Boston and Silicon Valley, and other industry conferences. He is the author of three definitive books and many blogs and articles on embedded design. He holds BSEE and MSEE degrees from the University of Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada.
5/22/201911:00am EDT1 hour
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Increasing Design Efficiency with a Design Cycle Tune-up5/22/20191:00pm EDT50 minutes
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Transformative Technologies in Building Control and Automation The drive to optimize every aspect of the modern commercial and industrial building is not new. Mechanical thermostats have been replaced with comprehensive environmental monitoring systems, networked, and connected to IT-style backends and much more. But we are still at the beginning of these changes: the need to create an energy/materials efficient, productive, enjoyable, and safe environment is an incredible challenge demanding truly transformative technology ingredients integrated into a complex connected system.

In this webinar, we will explore major challenges in reaching this vision with a focus on the underlying transformative technologies addressing local and remote room environmental monitoring and control, situation prediction/management, access control, occupant guiding systems, mesh and uplink connectivity, and enhanced controls such as AI. Engineering managers and design engineers building products for the next generation of smart buildings will benefit from this webinar’s technology leaders’ insight:
• Changes facing the smart building industry
• Winning the technology race
• Transformative technologies
o HMI
o Controls
o Communication
• Implementation challenges
• Design best practices
5/22/20192:00pm EDT50 minutes
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C Programming Techniques for Robust Embedded Systems The C programming language is nearly 50 years old but is still the undisputed king of embedded software languages. While languages such as C++, ada, rust and Python have certainly gained some market share, the C programming language is still the one that should be mastered. In this webinar, we are going to explore programming techniques for C that every developer should master. We will pick a hands-on approach showing important techniques such as cooperative scheduling, command processing, in addition to discussing important processes for robust system development such as following industry best practices like MISRA-C.

Topics covered in this webinar include:
- How to write MISRA-C compliant code
- Creating a robust cooperative scheduler
- Command parsing with function pointers
- Real-time assert definitions
5/22/20193:00pm EDT50 minutes
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Getting Started with Amazon FreeRTOS (Paid Course) See https://www.beningo.com/services/workshops/getting-started-with-amazon-freertos/5/23/20191:00pm EDT1 hour
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Transformative Technologies in Food Services Automation The drive to optimize the ingredient-to-table process and the customer experience in the food services industry is creating increased demand for transformative technologies. Specific focus areas include decreasing customer wait times, accommodating web-based delivery services, improving the dine-in experience, and increasing kitchen efficiency.
In this webinar, we will explore major challenges and the transformative technologies addressing these focus areas, including operator enhancing interfaces, cloud and mesh connected devices, and enhanced controls such as AI. Engineering managers and design engineers building products for the food services industry will benefit from this webinar’s technology leaders’ insight:
• Changes facing the food services industry
• Winning the technology race
• Transformative technologies
o HMI
o Controls
o Communication
• Implementation challenges
• Design best practices
5/23/20191:00pm EDT1 hour
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Getting Started with Amazon FreeRTOS (Paid Course) See https://www.beningo.com/services/workshops/getting-started-with-amazon-freertos/6/6/20191:00pm EDT1 hour
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Getting Started with Amazon FreeRTOS (Paid Course) See https://www.beningo.com/services/workshops/getting-started-with-amazon-freertos/6/20/20191:00pm EDT1 hour
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