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Profiling Java Applications on Embedded Platforms

October 14, 2019 in Tech Corner

The rapid development of the gadgets market, both user and industrial, demands higher standards in gadget performance optimization. From wearable medical devices and car on-board computers to server racks and production lines, all devices must undergo performance optimization while taking into account the characteristics of electronics and executable software. more...

Profiling Java Applications on Embedded Platforms

5 Tips for Static and Dynamic Analysis in Medical Device Software

October 8, 2019 in Tech Corner

As cybersecurity is becoming a strong FDA focus with specific requirements around static and dynamic code analysis, engineers must automate those practices and integrate them into existing development workflows. In this article, Auriga’s Andrey Shastin shares some tricks from the trade. more...

5 Tips for Static and Dynamic Analysis in Medical Device Software

Auriga Presents Predictive Maintenance Model at Hilti POC Contest

September 24, 2019 in News

Auriga, a software R&D services provider, was recently invited to participate in a Proof of Concept (POC) contest on the topic of “predictive maintenance” organized by Hilti Corporation, global leader in providing cutting-edge tools, software, and services to the construction industry. Hilti POC contests are tech events where selected companies compete in solving real-world engineering and business challenges. more...

Auriga Presents Predictive Maintenance Model at Hilti POC Contest

Applying Machine Learning on Mobile Devices

September 20, 2019 in Tech Corner

In the modern world, machine learning is used in various fields: image classification, consumer demand forecasts, film and music recommendations for particular people, clustering. At the same time, for fairly large models, the result computation (and to a much greater degree the training of the model) can be a resource-intensive operation. more...

Applying Machine Learning on Mobile Devices

Can Agile Be Part of Distributed & Remote Teams?

August 20, 2019 in Insights

Remote work seems to be “the new normal” for IT companies worldwide, as employers are likely to embrace flexible workforce models to cope with tech talent shortages. According to a survey of 1,000 hiring managers, 55% agree that remote work has become more common among full-time employees and expect up to 38% of their full-time personnel to work remotely in the next decade. more...

Can Agile Be Part of Distributed & Remote Teams?

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