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Each era of electronics innovation is generally marked by a dominant end application: Mil/Aero (1960-70s), Computing/PCs (1980s), Communications (1990s), Internet/Mobile (2000s). And each-for the most part-had a signature interface. These technology eras were usually dominated by two interfaces: a keyboard (computing)...
Blog Post: The best of both worlds: Analog and MSP430 MCUs! / (TI E2E Community)
Microcontrollers and analog are a match made in heaven. Both are dependent on the other to complete the signal path in almost all applications such as industrial, medical, consumer, smart energy and many more. We need analog parts for signal processing and MCUs for control, data storage and system communication. This can...
the expert system on diagonosis / (Consumerization: BYOD)
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Med Implants Get Dissolvable / (NextGenLog)
Today medical implants require a second operation to remove, but these researchers have found a sway to command them to dissolve when they have finished doing their job--just like dissolvable stitches: R. Colin Johnson @EETimesImplant that has been ordered to self-destruct dissolves in bodily fluids like dissolvable stitches....
Coding for multi-processing HPEC sounds hard, but there are ways to save time and lower risk with slick COTS tools. High-performance embedded computing (HPEC)—the kind that shrinks
Not just for plants, cross-pollination applies to know-how, too, and there may be no better example than what’s taking place among the mil-aero, medical, industrial and other markets as they seek to take on the complexities of security and safety for multicore systems.
Coming to a meeting of minds on security, independent portability and virtualization will pave the way for IoT success.
The health benefits in our future might just rest on how hale, hardy (and cost-effective) developers, including start-ups, can make their implantable medical device proof-of-concepts—and that warrants a close look at ASSP chips for help with size, power and development time hurdles.
“Medical device manufacturers need to engage in the political process,” says JC Scott, Senior Executive Vice President, Government Affairs, The Advanced Medical Technology Association
As with many other applications, low power precision components have enabled rapid growth of portable and wireless medical instruments. However, unlike many other applications, this
Easier workloads—for physicians and MCUs; cutting edge SoC graphics; software defined innovation, the IoT. Keeping up with the medical electronics market requires a close watch on
Connectivity, security, scalability and sustainability—all key characteristics of the Internet of Things (IoT)—are shaping the connected health market. In response medical OEMS
While hands on care helps patients, when the subject is functional verification for the SoCs that medical electronics (and patients’ lives) rely on, the limits to what can be done by hand are just as important. Recent advancements, however, could mean that relying on such things as hand-written C tests to verify SoCs with multiple processors is a thing of the past.
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