Deterministic Ethernet Backbone for Asynchronous/Synchronous Networking
Ethernet has a bright future as a deterministic networking technology for time-, safety-, and mission-critical embedded systems and critical infrastructure applications. With the right mix of QoS services designers can enhance the safety and security of their distributed controls and advanced integrated architectures. This one-hour webinar will introduce key capabilities of different Ethernet services and standards and especially focus on their capabilities for time-sensitive (rate-constrained) and time-critical (synchronous) communication in Ethernet networks, safety-critical distributed controls and advanced integrated architectures. Finally the webinar will briefly discuss the design of real-time Ethernet-based embedded platforms for critical systems and IoT applications.
Attendees Will Learn:
- History: Ethernet in critical applications
- Overview: IEEE 802.1, Industrial RT-Ethernet, ARINC 664 and SAE AS6802 Time-Triggered Ethernet
- Capabilities for time-sensitive (rate-constrained) and time-critical (synchronous) communication in Ethernet networks
- Integrated embedded platforms with Ethernet
Dr. Mirko Jakovljevic
Senior Marketing Manager, TTTech
Dr. Mirko Jakovljevic focuses on advanced integrated systems, distributed embedded platforms for time-, safety- and mission-critical applications, system design methodology, certification, complexity management and standardization of deterministic networking technologies. Dr. Jakovljevic chairs SAE Avionics ATC since 2007 as well as the SAE AS-2D standardization committee since 2008, and participates in IEEE802.1 standard activities.
Currently he is working as marketing manager at TTTech. He received a Master’s and a PhD degree in Computer Technology from the Vienna University of Technology and an MBA from the University of London.
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