Top 10 articles of 2015

January 4, 2016 OpenSystems Media

2015 was a terrific year for Embedded Computing Design, as we expanded coverage on the Internet of Things (IoT), automotive systems, development kits and tools, and many other topics of interest to the embedded design engineer. The most important aspect of that success is delivering the content you want, and last year, this is what you (and probably your competition) craved:

1. Internet of Things requirements and protocols

By Kim Rowe, RoweBots

2. Getting Raspberry Pi RTOS ready for embedded systems

By Monique DeVoe, Embedded Computing Design

3. IPv6 over Bluetooth Smart takes wearables from smartphone to standalone

By John Leonard, Nordic Semiconductor

4. PWM control with the Raspberry Pi

By Cliff Ortmeyer, Newark

5. Measuring power levels in portable medical wearable devices

By Zhang Feng and Marten Smith, Microchip Technology

6. Connecting devices to the Internet of Things with Wi-Fi

By Nikos Vokas, Econais

7. Comparing linear and nonlinear filters for image processing

By Alan Rush, Nethra Imaging

8. Five minutes with Lisa Su, President and CEO, AMD

By Rich Nass, Embedded Computing Design

9. Automotive industry: Innovation driven by electronics

By Giorgio Scuro, Micron Technology

10. JavaScript for embedded devices

By Peter Hoddie, Marvell Semiconductor

In 2016 we’ll be building on this momentum with a weekly IoT Design newsletter, more coverage in the Embedded Daily, and more. If you haven’t already, you can stay up to date with all the latest in embedded tech by subscribing to these publications for free at; if you’re interested in contributing feel free to contact or

Best of luck this year.



Brandon Lewis, Technology Editor
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