Build a Better Prototype Webcast Series

Publish Date: Oct 19, 2012 | 12 Ratings | 4.83 out of 5 |  PDF

Overview

IEEE Spectrum and National Instruments present this webcast series to provide you with useful tips about how to create a prototype for your next project and what tools you can use to save money and get a high-quality product to market fast.

Table of Contents

  1. Build a Better Prototype
  2. Top 10 Clean Energy Business Opportunities  - Design, Prototype, and Deploy
  3. The Top Three Prototyping Challenges in Robotics
  4. Four Steps to Success in Prototyping a Medical Device

1. Build a Better Prototype

Creating a functional prototype is a great way to keep your engineering project on time and budget. It allows you to test and iterate on hardware and software designs and reuse the best parts in the final product. A successful prototype also gives you the opportunity to demonstrate your idea to investors, customers, and management, as well as get feedback early in the process. Learn useful tips about how to create a prototype for your next project and what tools you can use to save money and get a high-quality product to market quickly.

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2. Top 10 Clean Energy Business Opportunities  - Design, Prototype, and Deploy

Clean energy is one of the largest and fastest growing markets in the world, creating abundant opportunities for entrepreneurial engineers to develop new products and services that help the industry by solving key technical challenges. Learn about 10 clean energy business opportunities that address important industry needs in the smart grid, solar, wind, biomass, and energy storage markets. Gain useful tips for creating a prototype and an introduction to specific starter kits, reference designs, and other tools you can use to shorten time to market for high-quality products.

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3. The Top Three Prototyping Challenges in Robotics

Robotics is one of the fastest-growing and most complex engineering fields. Almost every type of robot operates in a different environment and has a different behavior or mission. Three of the biggest challenges that developers face when prototyping robots are integrating with sensors and actuators, implementing autonomy, and deploying deterministic control algorithms to embedded hardware. Learn how the latest design tools from National Instruments can help you meet these challenges and shorten your development time.

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4. Four Steps to Success in Prototyping a Medical Device

The life sciences space is characterized by rapid growth and innovation, but it also faces strong regulations. Much of the advancement in this area is driven by small and medium businesses that must meet strict time to market constraints, but still comply with FDA regulations. Prototyping is more important than ever in this changing, growing market. This webcast touches on four crucial steps and unique challenges faced when prototyping a medical device, including FDA restrictions and time to market considerations.

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