About
As the need for internet communications and connectivity increase in the everyday activities of the government, military, commercial and personal interactions, satellite communication systems are the key to the future growth. The combination of the elements from legacy cellular networks and new wireless technologies are creating opportunities to provide universal broadband mobility via new Low Earth Orbit (LEO) satellite networks, ground station and terminals, as well as, development challenges. LEO satellite constellations, ground station and terminal system developers are facing major challenges in testing their systems and their operations to ensure successful operation, communication and security. Simulation technology has provided a solution to these challenges that can save time, lower costs, provide metrics and performance. Attend this webinar to watch a Wind River expert provide a live demonstration of simulation technology.
When
Thu, Jun 9, 2022 · 1:00 PM Eastern Time (US & Canada) (GMT -4:00)
Agenda
  • Using Simics, a full-system simulator, to launch a fully managed virtual platform and boot a complete OS in under 1 min
  • Develop a custom control script to interact with virtual platform autonomously
  • Build and dynamically integrate a bespoke device model into the running simulation
Presenters
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Dr. James Hui
Senior Solutions Architect, Wind River
James Hui is a Senior Solution Architect for the Simulation and Agile practices at Wind River. Dr Hui addresses software simulation practices with a focus on model-based design, test driven development, digital twins, agile/lean and DevOps. He has 20 years of experience in software development across a wide range of domains including industrial automation, machine learning, predictive maintenance, avionics and defense. Dr Hui leverages his background as a developer, tester, scrum master, product owner, software manager and agile coach to better understand business and technology, and the need for active and close collaboration.
James received his BEng (1st Hon) in Communication Engineering before further his research on machine learning for predictive maintenance. He then spent 4 years implementing his research at a start-up company that was acquired by the market leader in 2009. Following on, he joined Thales UK as the team lead for real-time software before promoted to be the Thales Technical Specialist in Model-based Engineering and head of Embedded Platform Specialist Engineering Team (SET) in the UK.
James is a Chartered Engineer by the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET); Certified Scrum Master (CSM) and Certified Scrum Professional (CSP) by the Scrum Alliance; Software Architecture Professional Certificate by Software Engineering Institute (SEI) of Carnegie Mellon University.
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Jeffrey Hill
Executive Editor, Via Satellite