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Marc Ricci

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Model-Based Design in Practice: A Survey of Outcomes for Engineers and Business Leaders- Jan. 12th
Posted: Jan 3, 2011 1:18 PM
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"Model-Based Design in Practice: A Survey of Outcomes for Engineers and Business Leaders"- MathWorks Webinar- January 12, 2011

Register here:
9:00am U.S. EST session: http://bit.ly/iiqEwq
2:00pm U.S. EST session: http://bit.ly/gK6wDu

Join Dr. Jerry Krasner (Embedded Market Forecasters) and Paul Barnard (MathWorks Design Automation) as they showcase work recently done to study the business and technology effects Model-Based Design is having on embedded systems development. The presentation will explore comparative ROI for a comprehensive worldwide analysis of Model-Based Design versus Non-Model-Based Design projects, with case studies to support the data findings.

Highlighted analysis includes:
• Geographic comparisons:
• Vertical industry embedded markets
• User profiles

The webinar will last approximately 60 minutes. A Q&A session will follow the presentation and demos.

About the Presenters:
Dr. Jerry Krasner is the chief analyst at Embedded Market Forecasters and is among the most read, respected and followed analyst in the embedded industry. Jerry has built companies, of which he has taken 2 public, designed products, met more than a dozen FDA 510k requirements and brought those products to market nationally and internationally.

Paul Barnard is the marketing director for design automation at MathWorks and is responsible for technical marketing of the Simulink product family. Prior to MathWorks, Paul led a missile guidance and control team at Texas Instruments. Paul has a B.S. in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Kansas and a M.S. from Stanford University in Aeronautics and Astronautics, with an emphasis in control systems.

Free Registration here:
9:00am U.S. EST session: http://bit.ly/iiqEwq
2:00pm U.S. EST session: http://bit.ly/gK6wDu



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