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10/24/16 More than $38 million invested in 12 startups across a range of innovative technologies, including big data analytics, autonomous machines and AR/VR....0
10/12/16 Wireless sensors are being used in commercial and domestic buildings, vehicles and industrial...0
10/11/16 Automotive Grade Linux is collaborating to build the car of the future through rapid innovation...0
10/10/16 The new ARM® Cortex®-R52 can meet raised functional safety standards across multiple markets, from automotive to industrial and including healthcare. ARM Product Manager, James Scobie, tells Caroline Hayes how the company’s latest processor can meet raised standards in increasingly complex systems....0
10/10/16 While the Internet of Things (IoT) is well-accepted as a concept, there are issues to address for secure connectivity. A proven developer platform, supported by an ecosystem of partners can speed up the creation and deployment of IoT devices based on ARM® microcontrollers. Caroline Hayes talks to Jan Jongboom, Developer Evangelist IoT at ARM....0
10/06/16 New event co-located with the IoT Developers Conference at the Santa Clara Convention Center...0
09/29/16 Taking a “clean sheet” approach to HMI. We’ve come a long way from the earliest days...0
09/27/16 A technology with the chops to add trust and validation to the IoT in a distributed manner...0
SolidRun’s iMX6 MicroSoM Gives IoT Manufacturers a Head Start on Joining the Industry 4.0 Revolution 10/11/16
STMicroelectronics and WiTricity to Develop Integrated Circuits (ICs) for Resonant Wireless Power Transfer 10/05/16
U.S. DOT Secretary Addresses Importance of Testing Connected, Automated and Zero-Emission Vehicle Technology 10/03/16
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...
Trusted Compiler Technology Unlocks Performance and Safety on ARM Cortex-R52 For Automotive, Industrial and Medical Systems...
Blog Post: Is a LiFePO4 or Lithium-ion battery better for eCall systems? / (TI E2E Community)
The European Parliament’s eCall regulation law passed in 2015 and goes into effect in April 2018, mandating that all cars that are released in the European market are required to be equipped with eCall. Due to the characteristics of the eCall system, it is important to make the system self-contained, reliable and maintenance-free,...
Here’s How to Speed Up the Electric-Car Revolution / (Technology Review Feed - Energy Top Stories)
Passing the right laws could hasten the arrival of electric cars by up to seven years....
A brief look at the UNSW EVE solar electric car at Electronex 2016, the world’s fastest solar electric car. Forum HERE...
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