There’s a good chance that your IoT Edge device needs to run on a battery. There’s also the possibility that it’s located someplace where you really don’t want to change that battery for a long time. That’s where Qoitech comes in. The company offers tools that help developers prolong the life of their devices. In many cases, the “mistakes” made by designers can be overcome using a tool like what’s offered by Qoitech. You can determine where you stand after listening to this week’s Five Minutes with… Vanja Samuelsson, Qoitech’s Founder.
- Embedded World
- Machine Learning
- Power Electronics
- Dev Tools & OS
- Product Search
- Reference Designs
- Dev Kit Selector
- White Papers
- Webcasts & Events
Take the hassle out of MySQL and MariaDB documenting with dbForge Documenter for MySQL
Devart announced the release of dbForge Documenter for MySQL, a handy tool for documenting MySQL and MariaD...
We also recommend:
As the Stakes Rise, Software Suppliers Must Sync with Car Manufacturers’ Standards
The stakes continue to rise, and the importance of suppliers and manufacturers being in sync on software safety, security, and reliability has never been higher.
Exploring Embedded Machine Learning
Machine learning belongs at the edge and Qeexo is developing solutions to do just that.
How to Establish an Effective Data Quality Policy for Your Business
By focusing on ad-hoc incident resolution, organizations struggle to identify and address recurring data quality problems in a structural way.
Smart Products Need Smart Development
Today’s projects face a maze of choices to speed development, avoid errors, and shorten time to market. A platform-based approach can guide a team to success through the route's many twists and turns.
Umbraco Apps Launches with 'Best of Breed' Extensions for Open Source Content Management System
Umbraco Apps offers web developers and content editors an online catalog of extensions for the open source Umbraco CMS built on Microsoft .NET.
DevKit Giveaway & Year-End Design Contest
Embedded Hypervisors Aren’t New, But…
Some technologies stand the test of time. Hypervisors have been around for a long time, but have recently come into their own.
Imperas riscvOVPsim brings free, open-source modeling and simulation to RISC-V ecosystem
Imperas Software has released the RISC-V Open Virtual Platform Simulator (riscvOVPsim), a free simulator and open-source model of a single-core RISC-V CPU.
What They Didn’t Teach You in Engineering School About Pressure Drop
A guide to understanding how to solve even complex pressure related design issues.
Practical Guide to Maximizing DC Measurement Performance
The various methods covered in this guide can help you achieve greater accuracy in your applications requiring DC measurements.
Linux, RISC-V Foundations to Collaborate on Open Architectures
In addition to tools, services, and training support, the Linux Foundation will provide neutral governance, best practices for open source development, community outreach, marketing, and legal advice.
OCF 1.0 ratified by ISO/IEC JTC 1 as secure IoT interoperability protocol
The OCF standard will be published as ISO/IEC 30118 (Parts 1-6).
NASA InSight Lands Safely on Mars with VxWorks
VxWorks was responsible for complex automated maneuvers of the InSight landing craft, providing system-wide determinism and synchronization through a Red Planet atmosphere 100x thinner than Earth's.
Embedded Insiders: Is There Really an Engineering Shortage, and Why?
Rumors of a shortage of electronics engineers have been circulating for years, but with Fortune 500 technology firms now gobbling up as much engineering talent as possible for IT and enterprise...
Finding Concurrency Errors with GrammaTech Static Analysis
Multithreading adds entirely new classes of potential bugs to those that must be considered by developers.
Making Safety-Critical Software Development Affordable with Static Analysis
Safety-critical software is becoming exceedingly expensive to develop and manufacturers are looking for solutions that increase developer productivity. Static analysis tools are indispensable for safe
Protecting Against Tainted Data in Embedded Apps with Static Analysis
This paper describes a static analysis technique – taint analysis – that can be used to find how potentially hazardous inputs can flow through a program to reach sensitive parts of code, empowering...
Containerized Linux: The Secret to IoT Security
A desire in the development community to use Linux is often at odds with the security requirements of an organization, leaving a gap between a company’s goals and the skill sets of its engineers.
Hex-Five Multi-Zone Security for RISC V Simplifies the Terrible TEEs
Trusted Execution Environments (TEEs) such as Arm TrustZone, while well-intentioned, present challenges for engineers. First, they doesn't allow for partitioning between many sensitive functions withi
Spectre, Meltdown, and Tortuga Logic's Hardware Security Verification at Arm TechCon