Category Archives: Software Development
Below is a recording of a webinar I presented live October 16, 2014, along with Steve Sienkowski a developer on my team. We discuss some of the challenges of control system development and some tools we’ve built to help with … Continue reading
In this webinar, which is co-hosted by myself and Scott Favre, we discuss the cloud-connected telematics system we’ve built to remotely monitor and update fielded vehicles and systems. The backend for this system is based in Microsoft’s cloud at Windows … Continue reading
At New Eagle, we’ve got a team of application engineers who are experienced using the Simulink tool to create control software. There are a few of us who have been using it for more than 10 years now to create … Continue reading
Here is the powerpoint from a webinar I presented today on the J1939 toolbox for MotoHawk we’ve created. http://neweagle.net/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/NewEagle_J1939_Seminar_6_19.pdf
Debugging Embedded Control Modules Background The MotoHawk control system application development tool chain allows for rapid development of control algorithms and produces build outputs that can be seamlessly deployed to rugged, production-validated control modules (ECUs). This system generally works great, … Continue reading
This post provides some tips I’ve learned for working with S12 modules from the MotoHawk lineup. ToolChain The toolchain for the S12-based MotoHawk is different from all the other modules. For the S12, you will require FreeScale’s CodeWarrior compiler. This … Continue reading
Here’s a nice compilation of the PDC 08 session list with links to the recordings. (I’ve found navigating through at www.microsoftpdc.com to be rather tedious). http://blogs.msdn.com/nigel/archive/2008/11/03/128-pdc-breakout-sessions-available-now.aspx
Woah… http://channel9.msdn.com/pdc2008/TL16/ The real fun starts at 62:30.
I’ve noticed a subtle change in the tech marketplace over the past few years. I believe the Operating System market has been / is fragmenting, statistics about the number of college students that are using Macs is pretty shocking to … Continue reading
Get out your thumbwheel, and see if you can find anything different about this pic.