WEBINAR on 15 JUNE 2017. Aerospace and defense system failures have had catastrophic results, with lives and assets lost. Many such events could be avoided with advanced testing tools and techniques, test & measurement experts argue.
Built-in test and diagnostics are crucial for the next generation of embedded test and control applications. This added functionality can help sense and diagnose failures, potentially saving lives, billions of dollars in liabilities, and reputations.es
In a free, one-hour webinar on 15 June 2017, test & measurement experts at United Electronic Industries (UEI) in Walpole, Mass., and National Instruments (NI) in Austin, Texas, lead a high-tech discussion of test and diagnostics technologies engineers are using to craft innovative, embedded test and control solutions.
Title: Embedded Test Innovations for Aerospace, a Webinar
Date & time: June 15, 2017 at 1:00 PM EDT / 12:00 PM CDT / 10:00 AM PDT / 5:00 PM GMT
Length: One hour, including a live question-and-answer session
Free to attend.
Register online today.
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Not to be missed, the one-hour webinar provides: real-world examples and applications, lessons learned, advice and recommendations, and a checklist for testing advanced, embedded avionics and electronics prior to deployment.
The free webinar will offer:
- A checklist for building a successful test and control solution
- Fail-safe, built-in test, and diagnostic tips and processes to mitigate deployment risks
- Automatic failure mode analysis information
- Examine catastrophic failure causes and costs
- A discussion of diagnostics, built-in test features, detecting wiring issues, avionics test system overlap, solenoid control, sensor reading, I/O interfaces, autonomy and more
The webinar is applicable to:
- Industrial Engineers
- Design Engineers
- Process Engineers
- Director of Engineering
- Test Engineers
- Simulation Engineers
- Engineering Managers
- Systems Integrators
- Maintenance, Repair, and Overhaul (MRO) Technicians
- Anyone involved with safety- and mission-critical systems, including avionics, embedded electronics, or test & measurement
Erik Goethert has designed, managed, and implemented projects that collect real-world data for Aerospace, Energy, Defense industries so they can build smart systems that are reliable, flexible and rugged. He has more than 25 years of experience in industry-wide hardware, software and I/O application solutions. He has an engineering degree from Cornell University.
Phil Zevitas is an expert in developing and launching successful embedded systems. With over 15 years of experience in the embedded industry and having worked at Wind River Systems, Green Hills Software and QNX Software, Zevitas has extensive knowledge in a wide variety of embedded hardware and software technology within many different industries, including aerospace, military, transportation, energy, and more.
Editor-in-Chief, Intelligent Aerospace
Executive Editor, Military & Aerospace Electronics
Courtney E. Howard, armed with nearly 20 years of experience as a journalist in high-tech market verticals, enjoys writing comprehensive and informative feature and news articles on all things avionics and electronics for Military & Aerospace Electronics and Intelligent Aerospace.
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