April - 2017
- Rugged Myths Busted
Top misconceptions about rugged computers and electronics are addressed. Rugged computer and electronics products and systems have been around and employed successfully for decades.
- Embedded Computing Transforms Transportation
Rugged high-performance embedded computers are accelerating the path to driverless cars and other autonomous vehicles. The Internet of Things (IoT) is poised to transform transportation
- Dispelling Fear as a Barrier: Q&A with Lynda Grindstaff, McAfee
Making the case for sharing as an effective weapon against the actions that endanger IoT security in industrial, automotive, consumer, and other environments. Editorâs Note: EECatalog
- Batteries at the Forefront
Automotive to smartphones to clean energy and more, needed improvements to energy storage canât arrive soon enough. Batteries are the primary source of energy storage if you are
- Automakers See Opportunity with Embedded Handwriting
Why handwriting technology in the automotive cockpit will continue to see dramatic growth. Many people who donât yet use handwriting technology on phones or tablets as computing
- Reimagining the Car’s Future: Role of Multi-Modal Interfaces and Automotive Displays
OEMs, Tier 1 suppliers, and university researchers are reimagining the automobile and a wide variety of displays, including displays that do not yet exist. Display Week 2017, being
- Compilers Are Getting Safety Conscious
At this yearâs Embedded World, in Nuremberg, Germany, lots of activity around toolchains and compilers addressed functional safety for the automotive market, reports Caroline Hayes. Booths
March - 2017
- Car-to-Cloud: Level 5 Autonomy Depends on 5G
Car, cloud, and connectivity are what it takes to advance past Level 4 autonomous driving. Level 5 requires pervasive, low latency, high-bandwidth wireless connectivity. Is a fully
- 3D Sensors Add Depth to Surveillance and Gaming
More 3D-enabled consumer devices, coupled with increased sensing in gaming and sophisticated security and surveillance systems, show the 3D sensors market cleared for take-off. 3D
- How 3D Printing Will Change Automotive Design?
(sponsor content) The average American spends 101 minutes per day driving. Leading to an important question: Will 3D printing one day change the cars we drive?
- Autonomous Vehicle Communications: Who will Win the Prize?
(sponsor content) As more autonomous vehicles hit the road, they must be connected wirelessly to each other, to roadside sensors and other sources of input. What direction
- What Caught My Eye at Embedded World 2017
This yearâs show starred innovations in automotive, automation, the IoT via carrier boards, and more. More automation was displayed at VIA Technologies, for transportation, home
- Long Haul Harmony Q&A with Mahbubul Alam, Movimento
Why trucks will become the new connected devices.
- An Overview of 5G: What You Need to Know
5G will significantly improve mobile wireless. Standards arenât defined yet, but technologies exist that may provide answers to the (overly?) optimistic demands placed on 5G. Who
- How Ethernet Will Get to 400Gbps
The IEEE 802.3bs standard for 400Gbps is on track to be ratified and released late this year. Part of the secret is PAM4, a clever encoding method that instantly doubles throughput. Ethernet
- Tackling Automotive Ethernet Integration
An increasing data cascade is also bringing safety and reliability challenges to Ethernet-networked vehicles. Safety and reliability are major concerns for engineers implementing automotive
- Control, Drive, Sense: High-Power Density SiC and GaN Power Conversion Applications
New power switch technologies are key to success with the next generation of motor control, solar inverters, energy storage and electric vehicles. Just as importantâthe ability to
- Intel: Surrounding Us with Technology, Making Life Better
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February - 2017
- March Madness, Etc.
They may not be running up and down the court, but small form factor-based solutions increasingly run the show for everything from interactive displays to transportation to security.
- Busting Up Vehicle Cyberattacks with CAN Bus: Q&A with Mercury Systems
Implementing changes, including those addressing security, that will have an impact upon multiple components in a vehicle is no easy task. Mercury Systems explains how it has risen
- Ransomware and the IoT: Q&A with Brett Kelsey, VP and CTO for the Americas, Intel Security Group
Can we overcome our tendency to put function and availability ahead of security? At the close of last year, which the December 2016 Â McAfee Threats Report suggested might be dubbed
- Energy Saving with Microchip’s Newest CAN Partial Networking Transceivers
Carbon dioxide (CO2) is the primary component of greenhouse gases and one of the larger sources of emissions. Cars that use fossil fuels, such as gasoline and diesel, contribute about
- Iris Recognition for Secure Digital ID
Here's why the biology of our irises makes them reliable, secure digital ID tools. After the introduction of fingerprint scanners in mobile phones, biometrics has become a core feature
- Recent Tech Consolidation
The motives behind the latest semiconductor company mergers and acquisitions vary. Consolidation in the semiconductor industry is picking up speed. Some say itâs happening because
- Intel GO Solutions Pave the Way for Autonomous Cars
If the destination is a place where solutions can take a big bite out of transportation costsâ¦are we there yet? In 1978, Cadillac introduced a trip computer, âa device set in
- HD Mobile Video Surveillance: Surpassing Network Limitations
Intel-based network appliances offer power densities that can help unburden your core networking infrastructure. Many companies are just now starting to upgrade their video surveillance
January - 2017
- The Open Trust Protocol (OTrP) in Automotive
How to continue developing a truly connected world. In the automotive and many other segments, what characterizes the IoT market is the connection of many devices to a centralized,
- Automotive Capacitive Sensing Electronic Compliance
Hurdles continue to emerge for those designing automotive electronic subsystems, with complexity growing as radiation sources proliferate. Product compliance in electronic systems
- Make Chips Do More and Last Longer with Embedded FPGA
Data centers want programmable chips so they can upgrade the data centerâs ability during the life of the center without touching the hardware
- Can Autonomous Vehicles Absolve Human Responsibility?
In our rush to embrace the latest technology and take advantage of whatever benefits it offersâgreater convenience, higher efficiency, improved reliability, lower cost, etc.âwe