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Autonomy Changes Everything Pt. 2: How to Select the Lowest Risk Software Architecture for Building Autonomous Systems

Start Date:5/27/2021

Start Time:2:00 PM EDT

Duration:60 minutes

Abstract:

Choosing the right software framework for building your autonomous system is a bet on the future of the industry and the success of your company. With so much at stake, speed to market is critical. A platform that supports rapid development is essential and proven support for a wide variety of future use cases and massive data flows is imperative. 

For the path forward with the lowest risk, choose a data-centric architecture that has been proven for the application, can work efficiently today, and is able to scale to increase your autonomy in the future.  

Join this session, to explore how DDS has been deployed for decades in autonomy use cases and how it is being used today to build autonomous systems in automotive, healthcare and aerospace & defense markets. We will address the most significant challenges facing software architects and how to build an autonomous architecture that meets high performance requirements while ensuring the system is built for future scale. 

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Speakers

Chip Downing

Senior Market Development Director, Aerospace & Defense

RTI

Mr. Downing currently serves as the VP, Ecosystem of the DDS Foundation, where he is tasked with growing the sphere of influence of the OMG DDS standard with organizations that have companion specifications. In addition, he also serves as the Chair of the FACE Consortium BWG Outreach Subcommittee, promoting the FACE approach globally. A veteran of the embedded systems industry and an innovator for creating COTS safety certification for commercial RTOSs, he previously served as Senior Director of Aerospace & Defense at Wind River Systems, where he was responsible for the business development of the company’s global A&D markets. During his 14-year Wind River tenure, design wins grew for certified avionics products grew to more than 500 projects. Mr. Downing has also led sales, marketing, and consulting organizations at Esterel Technologies (now Ansys), Validated Software, OnCore Systems, and Mentor Graphics (now Siemens).

Bob Leigh

Director of Market Development

RTI

Bob Leigh brings over 15 years of experience developing new markets and building technology companies to his role as Director of Market Development at RTI. Bob graduated from Queen’s University with a degree in Mathematics and Engineering and has used his education in control and communication systems to engineer embedded solutions for a variety of industries including energy, manufacturing, and transportation. At each venture he has lead the charge to create new technologies for emerging markets and disruptive applications. Chip Downing is the Senior Market Development Director of Aerospace and Defense at Real-Time Innovations (RTI). In this position he manages RTI’s global aerospace and defense business and helps drive the RTI Connext product, now used in over 1,500 global systems, into the commercial and military aerospace market.

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