Archive for the ‘Embedded Software’ Category

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6 months ago
 

Join us: ‘Embedded Software Like Never Before’ Live Webinar

Software is leading a digitization revolution that is changing how modern products are designed, manufactured, and supported once released to the market. Further muddying the waters, network connectivity, the so-called Internet of Things (IoT), is disrupting traditional product development with more and more connected “Things” joining the fray.

Your development teams must adapt to accelerating product lifecycle times, more and more complexities, and growing regulatory compliance and standards conformance, with very little room for error during development – as well as in post-release scenarios. Increasing product demand for network make it difficult to identify and mitigate security vulnerabilities, failure scenarios, and other problems within a product’s embedded software. (more…)

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7 months ago
 

Current Tech Trends: Connected Products Changing Industrial Landscape

The Internet of Things (IoT) brings connectivity to a wide range of new products, as software disrupts our personal and professional lives.

Good software quality is increasingly important, and has become a critical component for IoT-based solutions. Much of the attention surrounds consumer-based IoT products, but there are growing trends spurring innovation in Industry 4.0 (I4.0) products. As these products get smarter, product development complexity is increasing at a dizzying pace.

Organizations must show appreciation for end-to-end test management in their hunt to deliver new value-added products and features. Software development cycles are faster – with more frantic projects – and your organization must be ready to support short and rapid development sprints. (more…)

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8 months ago
 

Embedded Computing Creating New Business Opportunities

Embedded software is becoming even more important in product development, leading innovation in connected and engineered products.

Although embedded software presents new business opportunities, there are also development and security complexities that must be addressed. More functionality is needed to support new and differentiated products, with demands on price, performance, size, and time to market are accurately discussed.

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9 months ago
 

Current Tech Trends: I4.0 Continues Driving Development

Software is eating the world!” is a phrase that we’ve used in the past, and the technology continues to be extremely disruptive. As organizations try to sort out the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), sometimes referred to as Industrie 4.0 (I4.0), decision makers shouldn’t be too hasty in deployment plans.

Trying to figure out how to deal with punctuated innovation times, shrinking product lifecycles, and growing complexities is difficult. Customers must find methods to automate systems engineering while developing quality embedded software when consumers expect new and differentiated products. (more…)

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11 months ago
 

ALM-PLM and Good Software: Helping You Transition into the I4.0

Internet connectivity is making drastic changes in your home and workplace, while manufacturers try to keep up with the ongoing software evolution.

Embracing I4.0 presents great benefits, but there are a number of different challenges: risk management, test management, quality assurance, cybersecurity, and other causes for concern.

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12 months ago
 

Software Eating The World: Is Your Organization Ready?

During Polarion Kick Off 2016, there were numerous references to the realization that “software is eating the world.” It’s true that the Internet of Things (IoT) and Industry 4.0 (I4.0) are disruptive, as customers look for ways to safely adopt IoT.

The application lifecycle management (ALM) [Polarion ALM] and product lifecycle management (PLM) processes are no longer siloed away from one another, with ALM-PLM helping bridge the gap for managing physical components – and the software needed to help create and deliver products.

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1 year ago
 

On-Demand: Software Development to Boost IoT Innovation

In case you missed our recent webinar, “Developing to Maximize the IoT Revolution,” the complimentary on-demand recording is now available for you to view.

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1 year ago
 

Webinar: Developing to Maximize the IoT Revolution

The Internet of Things (IoT) is disrupting the workplace, with increased focus on bridging the gap between software and hardware. To help navigate these challenging times, Polarion Software will host the upcoming webinar: “Developing to Maximize the IoT Revolution.”

During the webinar later this week, hear from Polarion Software Product Manager Mike Borse, as he discusses the following topics:

  • How to prepare your development teams for growing IoT demand
  • Manage requirements for the expected new and shifting IoT standards
  • Maximize existing resources, artifacts, and process investments
  • Why software matters more than ever for your hardware

To register for the upcoming webinar, please click the following banner:

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1 year ago
 

Guest Post: Software and Security of Connected Products, Part Two

Part 2: Exposing information about electronic and software is critical for product security

by Oleg Shilovitsky @ Beyond PLM
To view part one by Oleg, Software and Security of Connected Products, please click here

The complexity of modern manufacturing products is raising questions about how to manage a multidisciplinary information located in products – mechanical, electronics and software. The software element was largely missed part in product data and lifecycle management solutions.

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1 year ago
 

Ensuring Trust in Your IoT Solutions

The ongoing emergence of the Internet of Things (IoT) is changing how your organization develops products.

Keeping embedded systems secure from cybersecurity threats remains difficult, as it’s not uncommon to include security after a project is completed – but as high-profile security incidents increase in frequency, security simply cannot remain an add-on.

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