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  • Jack Erickson's Blog

    Jack Erickson's Blog

    #CES2018 Cowboy Style, Pt. II
    Published. January 19, 2018

    This is a continuation of my travelog of my CES experiences. If you missed it, be sure to read Part I ! January 11, 2018 Today I explored the North Hall, the automotive and 3D printing areas, not even stopping at the Cadence booth. Oooh, my aching feet! The displays were about more than just what new cars will look like in the future; there were a ton of exhibits on sound systems, components, sensors, and sensing systems. The difference between today and yesterday is the whizz-bang factor. Today,...


  • TI E2E Community

    TI E2E Community

    Blog Post: Development platforms pave the way to production systems for ADAS
    Published. January 19, 2018

    Developing a production advanced driver assistance system (ADAS) requires working in both controlled laboratory environments and real-world scenarios. Development platforms from TI’s ecosystem design partners can help. Focused on specific ADAS applications, these development platforms offer a more advanced starting point for engineering development relative to a typical evaluation module (EVM). They provide hardware and firmware around the system on chip (SoC) to enable data acquisition for sensor...


  • Jason Andrews Blog

    Jason Andrews Blog

    #CES2018 Cowboy Style, Pt. II
    Published. January 19, 2018

    This is a continuation of my travelog of my CES experiences. If you missed it, be sure to read Part I ! January 11, 2018 Today I explored the North Hall, the automotive and 3D printing areas, not even stopping at the Cadence booth. Oooh, my aching feet! The displays were about more than just what new cars will look like in the future; there were a ton of exhibits on sound systems, components, sensors, and sensing systems. The difference between today and yesterday is the whizz-bang factor. Today,...


  • Joseph Hupcey Blog

    Joseph Hupcey Blog

    #CES2018 Cowboy Style, Pt. II
    Published. January 19, 2018

    This is a continuation of my travelog of my CES experiences. If you missed it, be sure to read Part I ! January 11, 2018 Today I explored the North Hall, the automotive and 3D printing areas, not even stopping at the Cadence booth. Oooh, my aching feet! The displays were about more than just what new cars will look like in the future; there were a ton of exhibits on sound systems, components, sensors, and sensing systems. The difference between today and yesterday is the whizz-bang factor. Today,...


  • Michael Jacobs Blog

    Michael Jacobs Blog

    #CES2018 Cowboy Style, Pt. II
    Published. January 19, 2018

    This is a continuation of my travelog of my CES experiences. If you missed it, be sure to read Part I ! January 11, 2018 Today I explored the North Hall, the automotive and 3D printing areas, not even stopping at the Cadence booth. Oooh, my aching feet! The displays were about more than just what new cars will look like in the future; there were a ton of exhibits on sound systems, components, sensors, and sensing systems. The difference between today and yesterday is the whizz-bang factor. Today,...


  • Tom Anderson's Blog

    Tom Anderson's Blog

    #CES2018 Cowboy Style, Pt. II
    Published. January 19, 2018

    This is a continuation of my travelog of my CES experiences. If you missed it, be sure to read Part I ! January 11, 2018 Today I explored the North Hall, the automotive and 3D printing areas, not even stopping at the Cadence booth. Oooh, my aching feet! The displays were about more than just what new cars will look like in the future; there were a ton of exhibits on sound systems, components, sensors, and sensing systems. The difference between today and yesterday is the whizz-bang factor. Today,...


  • Wireless Sensor Networks Blog

    Wireless Sensor Networks Blog

    NSLU2 morphs into sensor network gateway
    Published. December 19, 2017

    Crossbow Technology has pressed the ubiquitous Linksys NSLU2 (aka "Slug") into service as a network gateway. The Stargate NetBridge enables remote access to data collected by the company's wireless sensors, and runs a customized embedded Debian OS along with specialized applications. Crossbow, a provider of wireless sensors such as the Linux-powered Imote2 introduced in June,… The post NSLU2 morphs into sensor network gateway appeared first on WSN Blog....


  • Consumerization: BYOD

    Consumerization: BYOD

    Customized Coin Operated Machine
    Published. December 19, 2017

    Founded in 2003, located in Panyu, where is the biggest manufacture and distribution center of arcade game machines in China.Specialized in manufacturing, selling and after-sale service of arcade slot game machines.Has a highly effective and responsible teamOur Key Advantage:Over 3000 square meters showroom and 5000 square meters factory with high ......


  • All About Microsoft

    All About Microsoft

    Microsoft stops manufacturing its Kinect sensors
    Published. October 25, 2017

    Seven years after its introduction, the Microsoft Kinect sensor is officially no longer in production....


  • Frank Schirrmeister Blog

    Frank Schirrmeister Blog

    How to Get to a Trillion Devices in the Internet of Things in 2035
    Published. September 12, 2017

    Next month at Arm TechCon, one of the key discussion topics with be the internet of things (IoT), especially after Masayoshi Son, Arm's "parent" Softbank’s CEO, took the stage last year and boldly predicted that “more important, in the next 20 years, we will see 1 trillion internet of things devices.” So that means 1 trillion devices in 2035. That’s not too far in the future! Are we on the right track? Well, let’s first clearly identify the target and put it in perspective....


  • Denali Memory Blog

    Denali Memory Blog

    It's a Visual World
    Published. August 22, 2017

    Here’s an experiment to try: in a quiet (but crowded) Auditorium, drop a stack of plates. Hypothesis: At the first splinters of the crash, all eyes will jerk to the source of the sound. You probably won’t get many people listening harder to find out what happened. Yes, our hearing can give us a lot of information, too—it can indicate direction, distance, magnitude, and even give some ideas about what happened (a crash of plates doesn’t sound like a dropped bowling ball). ...


  • Electronics Engineering Video Blog Podcast

    Electronics Engineering Video Blog Podcast

    EEVblog #1013 – Mailbag
    Published. August 7, 2017

    Monster 45min Mailbag! Forum HERE SPOILERS: The Current Source Channel Analog meters + VTVM’s + Dave’s first multimeter. Laser Cut Parts Images Of Silicon Valley BOOK Brady label maker teardown SushiBits M193v2 Arduino PCB 2DW233 Voltage Reference Zener Fitbit Teardown i-Extruder Solder Paste Dispenser: https://www.i-extruder.com/en/ University of Bristol UB20M Zero Power Standby chip Silego Reset ......


  • NextGenLog

    NextGenLog

    ALL FUTURE BLOGS AT LINK BELOW
    Published. May 17, 2017

    BLOGS...


  • Tech Deseign Forums Blog

    Tech Deseign Forums Blog

    Motion sensors get earache
    Published. March 20, 2017

    Attacks using sound can upset accelerometers and make them produce false motion signals....


  • scalability.org

    scalability.org

    Build me a big data analysis room
    Published. September 28, 2016

    This was the request that showed up on our doorstep. A room. Not a system. But a room. Visions of the Star Trek NG bridge came to mind. Then the old SGI power wall … 7 meters wide by 2 meters high, driven by an awesomely powerful Onyx system (now underpowered compared to a good […]...


  • Steven Brown's Blog

    Steven Brown's Blog

    MIPI DevCon 2016 – Mobile and Beyond
    Published. August 21, 2016

    MIPI DevCon 2016 – Mobile and Beyond The word “beyond” may bring up thoughts of the new Star Trek Beyond movie, or for those of you who are fascinated by real space travel, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) . Maybe that’s why the first MIPI Alliance® Developer’s Conference will be held in, Mountain View, California , near the NASA Ames Research Center . The real lesson to be learned is how the MIPI protocols, conceived to standardize chip-to-chip interfaces and...


  • John Day

    John Day

    They’re Going to Be Watching Us – and Providing Technology to Keep Us Safer
    Published. April 23, 2016

    Strategy Analytics predicts that interior camera deployments will see growth potential and new systems will debut next year According to the research firm, most driver monitoring is currently inferred from existing sensors fitted to the vehicle, such as antilock brake and electronic stability control systems, and from electric power steering systems that enhance comfort and […]...


  • Always On Real

    Always On Real

    Mobile Future Forward Update
    Published. July 21, 2015

    Dear friends, Over the past couple of years, I have talked a lot about the “Connected Intelligence” Era which is a superset of the Industrial Internet and IoT. We already have plenty of data points to indicate the rise of the next technology era enabled by sensors and software. While consumer gizmos get the headlines, […]...


  • Technology Review Feed - Energy Top Stories

    Technology Review Feed - Energy Top Stories

    First Demonstration of a Surveillance Camera Powered by Ordinary Wi-Fi Broadcasts
    Published. June 3, 2015

    The ability to power remote sensors and devices using Wi-Fi signals could be the enabling technology behind the Internet of things, say electrical engineers....


  • Stack Overflow

    Stack Overflow

    Real world variables
    Published. January 16, 2013

    Part of what makes embedded systems fun for me is that they normally interact with the physical world. The physical world contains real parameters which we measure using transducers, signal conditioning circuits and so on, such that ultimately we end up with a variable in our embedded code that purports to represent this real world […]...


  • Everything USB

    Everything USB

    Corning Goes Long with 30m Optical USB 3.0 Cables
    Published. April 24, 2014

    USB 3.0 has always been a short distance standard and any scenarios involving distances over 3 meters was simply not on the minds of […] The post Corning Goes Long with 30m Optical USB 3.0 Cables appeared first on Everything USB....


  • Chris A. Ciufo on All Things Embedded

    Chris A. Ciufo on All Things Embedded

    Industrial equipment talking on the IoT? Better get a gateway (device).
    Published. July 15, 2014

    Merely routing data from local sensors onto the Internet is not the point of the IoT. Instead, aggregating that data and rolling it up via local algorithms (remotely loaded) into “actionable intelligence” allows the gateway’s operator to interpret machine or sensor trends and make big picture system-of-system decisions. Continue reading →...


  • Laptops and Desktops Blog

    Laptops and Desktops Blog

    Computex 2014: ARM shifts focus to wearables, Internet of Things
    Published. June 2, 2014

    ARM is known for the Cortex-A processors that power more than 95 percent of the world’s smartphones and tablets. But at this year's Computex the company is focusing on the tiny Cortex-M designs well-suited for sensors and smartwatches....


  • Mocana Device Blog

    Mocana Device Blog

    Former VP Dick Cheney Knew Of Remote Heart Threat Before General Public
    Published. October 22, 2013

    In 2007, former Vice-President Dick Cheney took the unusual steps of turning off the remote sensors on his heart defibrillator–months before the public knew. Promoting a new book, Chaney and his doctor discussed for the first time his decision to turn off the remote capabilities in his own heart defibrillator. Cheney and Reiner co-authored, “Heart: […] The post Former VP Dick Cheney Knew Of Remote Heart Threat Before General Public appeared first on Mocana DeviceLine Blog....


  • Mocana Device Blog

    Mocana Device Blog

    Former VP Dick Cheney Knew Of Remote Heart Threat Before General Public
    Published. October 22, 2013

    In 2007, former Vice-President Dick Cheney took the unusual steps of turning off the remote sensors on his heart defibrillator–months before the public knew. Promoting a new book, Chaney and his doctor discussed for the first time his decision to turn off the remote capabilities in his own heart defibrillator. Cheney and Reiner co-authored, “Heart: […] The post Former VP Dick Cheney Knew Of Remote Heart Threat Before General Public appeared first on Mocana DeviceLine Blog....


  • The Java Posse

    The Java Posse

    Java Posse #437
    Published. January 26, 2014

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  • AnalogTalk

    AnalogTalk

    Fusing sensor data
    Published. January 7, 2014

    Sensors can now be added to virtually anything, due to their small cost and size. As sensors continue to surround us, system requirements are moving from simple monitoring to providing complex information about our environment and activities. Data from multiple sensors, such as motion (accelerometers, magnetometers, gyroscopes) and environmental (light, temperature, humidity, pressure), needs to [...]...


  • Soft Talk - Multicore and Parallel Programming

    Soft Talk - Multicore and Parallel Programming

    ‘Tis the season to get touchy-feely
    Published. December 4, 2012

    The number of ways you can interact with your mobile devices has expanded further in 2012 than in previous years. This year we have seen convertible laptops hit the market, which turn from a PC into a tablet in one careful snap. New sensors like gyroscopes, compasses and accelerometers have arrived to give us more scope […]...


  • Brian's Brain

    Brian's Brain

    Oh Oh—Improved traffic enforcement sensors
    Published. December 24, 2013

    The fact is that law enforcement is armed better than ever with traffic detection devices based on—you got it—your friendly cool sensors....


  • Brian's Brain

    Brian's Brain

    Oh Oh—Improved traffic enforcement sensors
    Published. December 24, 2013

    The fact is that law enforcement is armed better than ever with traffic detection devices based on—you got it—your friendly cool sensors....


  • Anablog

    Anablog

    Oh Oh—Improved traffic enforcement sensors
    Published. December 24, 2013

    The fact is that law enforcement is armed better than ever with traffic detection devices based on—you got it—your friendly cool sensors....


  • Critical Links

    Critical Links

    Oh Oh—Improved traffic enforcement sensors
    Published. December 24, 2013

    The fact is that law enforcement is armed better than ever with traffic detection devices based on—you got it—your friendly cool sensors....


  • Practical Chip Design

    Practical Chip Design

    Oh Oh—Improved traffic enforcement sensors
    Published. December 24, 2013

    The fact is that law enforcement is armed better than ever with traffic detection devices based on—you got it—your friendly cool sensors....


  • Now Hear This!

    Now Hear This!

    Oh Oh—Improved traffic enforcement sensors
    Published. December 24, 2013

    The fact is that law enforcement is armed better than ever with traffic detection devices based on—you got it—your friendly cool sensors....


  • EDA Blog

    EDA Blog

    EnSilica Constant False Alarm Rate Soft IP Core Launched for Automotive Driver-Assist
    Published. November 18, 2013

    The hardware-accelerated Constant False Alarm Rate (CFAR) IP from EnSilica is designed for use in situational awareness radar sensors for car driver-assist apps. It allows the application processor to be freed up by providing a marked-up radar image. Read more: EnSilica Constant False Alarm Rate Soft IP Core Launched for Automotive Driver-AssistTwitter @edablog : : […]...


  • EDA Blog

    EDA Blog

    EnSilica Constant False Alarm Rate Soft IP Core Launched for Automotive Driver-Assist
    Published. November 18, 2013

    The hardware-accelerated Constant False Alarm Rate (CFAR) IP from EnSilica is designed for use in situational awareness radar sensors for car driver-assist apps. It allows the application processor to be freed up by providing a marked-up radar image. Read more: EnSilica Constant False Alarm Rate Soft IP Core Launched for Automotive Driver-AssistTwitter @edablog : : […]...


  • FPGA Blog

    FPGA Blog

    Lattice Sensor Extender Reference Design Uses Two MachXO2 FPGAs
    Published. April 25, 2013

    Lattice Semiconductor recently introduced the SensorExtender reference design. The Sensor Extender is a low-cost solution for remotely locating image sensors up to eight meters away from the image signal processor (ISP) and transmit and receive video signals at resolutions that range up to 720p60 and 1080p30. The reference design is tested with the Aptina MT [...]...


  • EEBeat

    EEBeat

    The electronics in a Ford Fusion Energi plug-in hybrid
    Published. March 21, 2013

    by Jim harrison The Ford Fusion Energi plug-in hybrid automobile is one of the most “automated” vehicles on the road today. The car has more than 148 actuators, 4,717 signals, and 86 sensors that produce more than 25 Gbytes of data/hour. They have MyFord Mobile and SmartGauge connections to your cell phone, along with the [...]...


  • GreenTech Pastures

    GreenTech Pastures

    Smart grid player targets streetlight optimization
    Published. February 6, 2013

    A new partnership between Silver Spring Networks and Streetlight.Vision will create a new solution for managing public lighting infrastructure, parking meters and more....





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