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03/16/17 Why trucks will become the new connected devices....0
03/09/17 5G will significantly improve mobile wireless. Standards aren’t defined yet, but technologies...0
03/08/17 The IEEE 802.3bs standard for 400Gbps is on track to be ratified and released late this year....0
03/06/17 An increasing data cascade is also bringing safety and reliability challenges to Ethernet-networked...0
03/02/17 New power switch technologies are key to success with the next generation of motor control,...0
03/01/17 More than just striving to be ahead of competitors is fueling Intel industrial automation,...0
02/22/17 Implementing changes, including those addressing security, that will have an impact upon multiple...0
02/22/17 They may not be running up and down the court, but small form factor-based solutions increasingly...0
Crystal Group and Intel® Forge Autonomous Vehicle All-Weather Solution – Delivering on the Promise of the Internet of Things 03/23/17
Lear Corporation Selected by Wyoming Department of Transportation for Connected Vehicle Pilot Program 03/20/17
Keysight Technologies to Help Accelerate Deployment of IoT Using Qualcomm Technologies’ LTE IoT Modems 03/17/17
Icon Labs Announces the First Complete Certificate Authority Solution for Internet of Things Manufacturers 03/16/17
Chris A. Ciufo, Editor, Embedded Systems Engineering In this Part 2 of 2, I examine the subject of using...
By Alan Grau, Icon Labs On a daily basis, I have the opportunity to interact with a wide range of companies...
Blog Post: Selecting a bidirectional converter control scheme / (TI E2E Community)
The 48V-12V dual-battery power system is becoming popular for mild hybrid electric vehicles . The vehicle’s dynamic operating conditions may require the transfer of electric power as high as 10kW back and forth between the two battery rails. Because of all sorts of operation scenarios in a moving vehicle, controlling...
Read from Text file into Struct Array C++ / (Consumerization: BYOD)
Hello,So I am trying to read a text file into an array, but I am having issues breaking it up properly. Here is my text file: 0 Car Fixed 1 Brake 2 Windshield 3 Tires 4 Engine 5 Doors 6 Transmissionand here is my code: #include #include #include ......
How America’s Electric Car Market Could Get Stuck in the Slow Lane / (Technology Review Feed - Energy Top Stories)
If tax breaks and other incentives continue to disappear, it will be hard work convincing consumers to swap gasoline for electrons....
Remember automobiles from a few years ago? They were pretty simple machines with lots of small microprocessors distributed across the whole vehicle and doing fairly simple tasks. Semiconductors have been in automobiles for several years, of course, with simple 8- and 16-bit microcontrollers performing functions like Anti-lock...
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