How to Develop Mission-Critical Avionics and Defense Systems with Ada and DDS

On-demand webcast: Aired live:
November 19, 2015 11:00 AM EST

The Ada programming language is particularly well suited to developing mission-critical and safety-critical systems that must be cost-effectively maintained over long lifecycles. These systems increasingly consist of multiple components distributed across processing nodes. Developers therefore require a mechanism for inter-module communication and integration.

Because of its real-time performance, resilience and support for an open architecture, the Data Distribution Service (DDS) standard provides an ideal connectivity solution for Ada applications. Its publish/subscribe communication paradigm and high-level API simplify distributed system development while providing loose coupling between components. Its decentralized, peer-to-peer architecture delivers low latency while eliminating any single point of failure.

This webcast will review the Ada 2012 language, introduce the DDS standard, and show how their integration provides a robust foundation for mission-critical distributed systems.

David Barnett, Vice President, Products and Markets, RTI
Quentin Ochem, Technical Account Manager, AdaCore

Brandon Lewis, OpenSystems Media
 If you have previously registered for this event, please login below:

Registration is required to attend this event. Please register now.
First Name*
Last Name*
Street Address Line 1*
Work Phone*
Click here to subscribe to the Embedded Daily eNewsletter, the industry‚Äôs most comprehensive roundup of embedded news, products, and technologies. 
You must have Javascript and Cookies enabled to access this webcast. Click here for Help.
Please enable Cookies in your browser before registering for the webcast.
*Denotes required.