March - 2017
- Chip and System Reliability Experts Assemble
The annual International Reliability Physics Symposium (IRPS) expands system reliability coverage to complement traditional microelectronics focus.
- 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
- Technology Convergence Enables Industrial IoT Solutions
How can the means to deploy any-to-any connectivity and execute fast development at the system level reach Industrial IoT designers?
- Innovation in Cellular Communications: Making Smart Meters Even Smarter
Hereâs what is helping the Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) realize power efficiency, bandwidth and latency benefits. Smart metering aims to reduce energy consumption and
- Why is Chip Design for IOT so Hard?
Internet-of-Things (IOT) designers face a different set of challenges from their traditional ASIC and SOC brethren. Will the market be ready?
February - 2017
- A Slice of Pi and the IIoT’s Appetite for Diversity
IntelÂ® Coreâ¢ i7 processing and open standards are meeting the IIoTâs varied I/O, graphics, and expansion demands when just dessert isnât enough. Solutions aimed at Internet
- 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
- The Quest for Faster, Lighter and Cheaper Next-Gen UAVs: Q&A with General Micro Systems
Recognizing the role Intel architecture is playing to assure UAVsâincluding small UAVsâare no stranger to SWaP-C. Not long after ABI Research reported: âIncreasingly favorable
January - 2017
- Protecting Smart Home Devices from Security Breaches
Design security need not take a back seat, even in the race to be first to market with smart, connected home products. Navigating traffic on your way to work, you realize that you
- 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
- 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
- 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
- Quo Vadis SPI?
How I3C is replacing SPI and the benefitsâincluding cost and energy savingsâwe can expect. The MIPI I3C interface is poised to replace the venerable serial peripheral interface
- SLC NAND: Secrets Exposed
Why SLC NAND endurance has altered and what this change means for high reliability embedded storage going forward. Single Level Cell (SLC) NAND flash is no longer the stuff of headlines.
- MEMS and ASIC Design: How the Gap Can Narrow
As the MEMS ecosystem matures, what role will foundries play in its success? The occasion of the 2016 MEMS Executive Congress made for a good opportunity to meet with Dr. Stephen
- How Can the Smart Home Save Money?
A smart meterâs mission may have less to do with empowering homeowners to save costs and more to do with energy deliveryâbut it doesnât have to be that way. Many utilities
December - 2016
- Gaming Devices and Wearables Sense that Biometrics are a Healthy Way Forward
Collecting and making sense of information to better our health and add new dimensions to gaming, VR and AR experiences. At the recent MEMS and Sensors Executive Congress, Ryan
- Time for a New Approach to Video Bridging
As the I/O landscape for automotive, industrial, and other applications continues to evolve at near breakneck speed, designers need a single programmable video bridge that supports
- Design Advantages of Programmable, Efficient SoC Architectures
Flexible interfacing, hardware reconfigurability, and improved power efficiency are among the benefits programmable SoCs offer. System-on-Chip (SoC) architectures are an innovative
November - 2016
- Meeting Storage Requirements for In-Vehicle Computing
The technology developments that are bringing cars closer to the ideal balance of high capacity storage and long service life.
- Intel® Natural Language Processing Won’t Hit the Wall Anytime Soon
Delivering language and machine learning capabilities to eHealthâwith an eye toward automotive, robotics, and more There is a transition in healthcare, whereby electronic equipment
- Innovations and Ideas From ARM TechCon 2016
This yearâs event featured the new owner â Masayoshi Son, numerous security features, new IOT Cortex cores and updated third-party platforms. By John Blyler and staff, JB Systems There
- ARM TechCon 2016 Reveals the Internet of Useful Things
ARMÂ® Holdings, with a system point of view, pledges to support IoT âfrom chip-to-cloudâ with several new offerings, including a foray into SaaS. ARMâs extreme growth and recent,
October - 2016
- Energy Harvesting Reaps Rewards for Sensor Networks
Wireless sensors are being used in commercial and domestic buildings, vehicles and industrial settings, although some are also finding themselves deployed in nature to monitor wildlife.
- Move Over Apple Car; Linux is Going to Drive
Automotive Grade Linux is collaborating to build the car of the future through rapid innovation with eight major automotive OEM supporters. Toyota, for one, has made significant contributions
- ARM Cortex-R52 Meets Challenge of Autonomous Systems
The new ARMÂ® CortexÂ®-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 companyâs latest processor can meet raised standards in increasingly complex systems.
- Extension Media Launches Machine Learning Developers Conference 2017
New event co-located with the IoT Developers Conference at the Santa Clara Convention Center in April SAN FRANCISCO, CA October 6, 2016 â Extension Media announced today
- Dissecting Drone Technology
Increases in computational power, improved energy efficiency in electronics, and the growth of the IoT industry in recent years are supporting advances in consumer and enterprise drones. Why
September - 2016
- The Quest to Simplify Human-Machine Interfaces
Taking a âclean sheetâ approach to HMI. Weâve come a long way from the earliest days of computing technology when physical switches provided data inputs and lamps were used
- No Holds Barred for Industrial Sensing
Europe currently leads the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) market, but North America is not slacking when it comes to collecting and analyzing data for use in manufacturing, transportation,