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July 13, 2012 //By Waqar Saleem, Fujitsu Semiconductor America
Take advantage of new HMI tools for embedded graphics design
In this Product How-to article, Waquar Saleem of Fujitsu describes how the use of the company's CGI Studio tool suite can be used to speed up the design of display-enabled HMI/GUI-based embedded systems.
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The Analyzer helps to assess application performance and can assist in bottleneck detection and optimization. Lastly, Translator helps in context based translation for different languages.

An HMI tool chain such as CGI studio enables system developers to seamlessly implement a graphics application from concept to actual embedded implementation. This is made possible while bringing key benefits such as cost effectiveness, seamless process, having a single tool for both 2D and 3D development on a convenient host platform.

Because it is based on the Microsoft Windows platform for development as well as simulation, it allows easy integration of the application on target platform as there is no need to generate source code and merge it into the SOC software structure. Widget development can be done using industry standard programming languages, such as C, C++, or C#.

Waqar Saleem is a senior applications engineer with Fujitsu Semiconductor America , based in Detroit. He has more than a dozen years of design and applications experience with Fujitsu Semiconductor, and holds engineering degrees from San Jose State Univ. and the University of Engineering and Technology in Lahore, Pakistan.

Article by courtesy of Industrial Control DesignLine


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