Military Embedded Systems

Top 5 stories from Design West


April 12, 2012

John McHale

Editorial Director

Military Embedded Systems

Top 5 stories from Design West

SAN JOSE, Calif. Last month's Design West show in San Jose, Calif., had steady traffic even on the last day and was a good show for releasing new products and networking. Our coverage of the event included blogs, stories, and tweets from the show floor. Below I've listed the top five most viewed blogs and stories from the show on our website.

The most viewed story on the Military Embedded Systems website was about a new code analysis visualization tool from GrammaTech, which also won the 2012 Embeddy Award for most significant new software product at Design West. The new tool -- which works with GrammaTech’s CodeSonar static analysis tool – functions much like Google Earth, but instead of zooming in on your neighbor’s house you’re zooming down to view individual lines of code in systems that contain as much as 20 million lines of code.

1: Code analysis tool zooms like Google Earth when analyzing millions of lines of code

2: AMD graphics processors drive realistic fluid simulation display at Design West

3: High-performance radar systems enabled by new TI multicore DSPs

4: Brazilian combat jet upgrade leverages Ada technology from AdaCore

5: New VME/VXS SBC for radar and C4ISR applications released by Emerson Network Power