Lynx Software Technologies Events
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Upcoming Events

 

Events and Webinars

Current Schedule

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SAFETY-CRITICAL SYSTEMS SYMPOSIUM

bristol, uk

February 8-10, 2022

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ARMY AVIATION MISSION SOLUTIONS SUMMIT

nashville, tn

April 3-5, 2022

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Embedded world

nuremberg, germany

June 21-23, 2022

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Military Aviation & Air Dominance Summit

Huntsville, AL

February 16-17, 2022

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Multicore Processor Architectures - Why do I need a hypervisor?

February 24th @ 8am Pacific

In this webinar, you will learn about the benefits of deploying hypervisor technology and look at the key considerations when selecting one for your design. This webinar will also propose system architectures that we have seen deployed by customers creating mission-critical platforms as well as review the latest research in this area.

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Examining the FACE 3.1 Standard

March 9th @ 8am Pacific

This webinar introduces the principles of the FACE standard. It will specifically examine v3.1 of the standard, the significance of changes to specific user cases, and real-life experiences to help highlight what to expect.

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Architecting mixed criticality systems using multicore processors

March 24th @ 8am Pacific

In this webinar, you will learn about the root causes of these issues and how the combination of hardware, software and tools can be used to mitigate these problems. This webinar will propose system architectures and discuss the tradeoffs of each in addressing the needs of different “it must work all the time” embedded platforms.

 

Events and Webinars

Past Schedule

 

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WEBINAR

FACE 3.1 Enhancements: What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

December 1, 2021

WEBINAR

SOLVING DAL-A SAFETY CERTIFICATION CHALLENGES FOR MILITARY AVIONICS SYSTEMS

June 1, 2021

WEBINAR

Failure is Not an Option: Best Practices in Mission-Critical System Development

June 8, 2021

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Past Event Speakers

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Embedded Executives: Gurjot Singh, CEO, Lynx Software

Gurjot Singh

CEO | Lynx Software Technologies

Podcast

Open source is pretty close to “the norm” today. Aside from the military and a few other applications, developers don’t think twice about pulling down some open-source code and inserting it into their design. Is that a good thing? That’s the question I asked of Gurjot Singh, CEO of Lynx Software in this week’s Embedded Executive podcast. Interview by Rich Nass, Executive Vice-President of OpenSystems Media. 

 

 

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HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE REUSE SOLUTIONS FOR MODERN AVIONICS SYSTEMS

Pavan Singh

VP Product Management | Lynx Software Technologies

Panel Abstract

Modern and future avionics systems for commercial and military applications are based on open architectures and will be leveraging reuse of hardware and software elements via common interfaces for hardware and common application programming interfaces (APIs) for software. Driving this trend are Initiatives borne out of the U.S. Department of Defense such as the Future Airborne Capability Environment (FACE) for software, the Hardware Open Systems Technologies (HOST) and Sensor Open Systems Architecture (SOSA) for hardware. This webcast of industry experts will detail how these reuse initiatives can benefit avionics systems from a hardware and software perspective, reducing long-term life cycle costs and speeding up technology insertion.

Time and Location

4/1/2020

2pm EST (online)

 

 

CEO Panel
on System Security

Gurjot Singh

CEO | Lynx Software Technologies

Panel Abstract:

"You can design the fastest, smallest, cheapest…throw out whatever adjective you want, but it doesn’t matter if the system is not secure. In this panel, we’ve assembled the CEOs of the companies that must make it happen. That includes the hardware, the operating system, the tools, the processors, the boards, and the systems. They’ll tell us why you should be confident in the security of your design (or not)."

Time and Location

Embedded World 2020
Nuremberg, Germany Nuremberg Messe
Wed, Feb 26, 4pm — Hall 5/5-341