Within Government Analytics, machine learning is applied to big data to help governments make decisions and take actions. Machine learning algorithms and technologies continue to develop and increase in scope every year as artificial intelligence penetrates the data center. In this rapidly expanding field, reprogrammable FPGAs allow for the continual implementation of the newest algorithms and neural network topologies.
Radar has been a foundational technology area in which the semiconductor industry has played a large role for the last two decades. Parameters such as high-performance data processing, ultra-wide bandwidth, high dynamic range, and adaptive systems needed for diverse mission requirements are some of the most common challenges to system designers.
In electronic warfare (EW) systems, key drivers for continuous enhancements are electronic counter-counter-measures (ECCM), stealth technologies, closely interlinked smart sensor networks, and intelligent guided weapons. These systems must be able to rapidly analyze and respond to multiple threats in very short time frames.
This webcast looks at how mitigating soft errors through error correction code (ECC) can improve your embedded designs.
Watch this webcast to find out about a new technology for FPGAs called OpenCL™.
Watch this webcast to find out how a customizable solution and quick intellectual property (IP) integration helps you build your video design faster – whether for simple format conversion or advanced digital video processing.
Discover the latest design approaches and techniques for implementing architectures for guidance and control, avionics, intelligence, radar, electronic warfare, and space including: