Processor technology from ARM has become a game changer for multiple industries, delivering high-performance-per-watt processing and high levels of integration to enable system on a chip (SoC) capability in a low-power device. This combination has been ideal for small form factor systems in avionics, automotive, and medical applications. Now embedded designers in these markets are looking at ways to take advantage of ARM technology to enable safety certification via standards such as FAA DO-178C for avionics systems and MISRA for automotive systems. This webcast of industry experts will look at how ARM-based solutions can not only reduce power but easily utilize the integrated peripherals in safety certification solutions across different industries. Click view demo to download the recording of the webinar.
This course describes Ada programming features for developing large applications, including exception handling, type safety, access types, encapsulation, and genericity.
In this final Gem we look back over some highlights of the series, including the topics covered and your favorite Gems. We also look to the future with the creation of a new blog. Continue Reading on Ada Answers »