FPGA Innovations - Lifting the Lid
National Instruments, Newbury, RG14 2PZ
- Wed 22 Feb 2012
- 930 - 1630
No charge for NMI members, ESP-KTN members and invited guests
- Booking Details:
This event is now full!
Please phone Jon Older 07703 718730 to reserve a position on the waiting list.
(to take advantage of National Instruments special rates where stated, please quote 'National Instruments')
This event is part of NMI's Systems Electronics portfolio.
The FPGA world is producing an increasing variety of targeted architectures but can they be all things for all markets?
This event will "Lift the Lid" on a variety of architectures, discuss the challenges with using the specific features and their benefits.
Using case studies and expert contributors, this event will cover the complete design flow from design capture to verifying the final product on board.
As with all NMI Network events, in addition to the presentations and discussion sessions, there will be ample opportunity to meet and network with attendees from a wide variety of organisations.
09:30 Registration, Refreshments and Table-top exhibition
Session 1 –
- Selecting an FPGA - Considering density, features and cost
Paul Dillien - High Tech Marketing
- Introduction to Graphical Programming for FPGAs
Ian Bell - National Instruments
- High Reliability Implementation Techniques for FPGA Designers
Andy Jolley - Synopsys
Session 2 –
- Heuristic Design just got smarter
David Wood - EDASIP
- Making PCI-Express work in FPGAs
John Adair - Enterpoint
- Emulating large complex SOC devices in a Xilinx FPGA environment
Martin Terry - Infineon
Session 3 -
- Stuck in the lab fixing bugs? Maybe it's time to revisit your verification process
Robert Jeffrey - Mentor Graphics
- My FPGA has to go on a board! - Using JTAG for FPGA board validation and programming
John Barnard - Telexsus
Session 4 –
Discussion on “Key FPGA design challenges”
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