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Matrox® Keeps a Close Eye on the Factory Floor with Help from Intel® and Insyde®

  • Matrox Imaging leveraged Insyde's UEFI firmware solutions and expertise along with Intel's powerful and efficient Intel Core processors to deliver their latest machine vision controller to market. Learn how Matrox was able to take advantage of InsydeH2O to create a secure, full featured-platform while reducing their overall development time. Read the full case study.

Cost-efficient handling of Coding Rule Violations with TBexclude

  • Designed to complement LDRA's TBvision user friendly reporting of coding rule violations, TBexclude offers a multi-tier coding violation exclusion capability enabling the suppression of rule violation reports at the project, team or individual user levels – perhaps in support of a MISRA deviation process.

Ways to break into your existing product designs

  • What if you’ve already got products that don’t have attention-getting interfaces with mass-market prices? Thankfully, we’ve thought of that. We’ve got ways for you to consider adapting your existing designs, starting with;

Ways to meet the relentless pressure to release products faster

  • Designers often use one set of tools (such as Adobe Photoshop) to craft the look and feel of a UI and another set for prototyping (like Adobe Experience Design). Developers then use a third toolset (often C/C++) to implement the final product. All of these changes in tools, process, and workflow suck up time and introduce errors. Thankfully, there are tools on the market that can help create a streamlined design development process.

Ways to meet the relentless pressure to market faster

  • If you’re building a one-off product, code reuse doesn’t matter. That being said, you almost never use good code only once. Initial releases invariably get updated with new features and bug fixes, one product can lead to a family of products, and reliable code from older projects is often implemented into new incarnations. So if you’re writing code with a plan to throw it away, you’re doing it wrong.