Embedded Insiders

Embedded Computing Design is the trusted property for information regarding embedded design and development. Applications covered include: IoT, Automotive, Medical, Industrial, DIY, Consumer, Digital Signage, and more.

  • Embedded Insiders Podcast – Who's in the ADAS Driver's Seat?

    Embedded Insiders Podcast – Who's in the ADAS Driver's Seat?

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  • Five Minutes With…Scott Sellers, President/CEO, Azul Systems

    Five Minutes With…Scott Sellers, President/CEO, Azul Systems

    There have been some significant changes with respect to Java recently. If you’re a developer and/or you support a Java-based product, you had better be up to speed on these changes. To get the...

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  • Five Minutes with…Ed Baca, IoT Technical Manager, TTI

    Five Minutes with…Ed Baca, IoT Technical Manager, TTI

    Industrial IoT is here—just about. We’re already taking advantage of some of the technologies that are available to us in the manufacturing sector, but there’s still a long way to go. According to...

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  • Five Minutes with…Paul Beckmann, Founder/CTO, DSP Concepts

    Five Minutes with…Paul Beckmann, Founder/CTO, DSP Concepts

    Voice input is all the rage, with Amazon’s Echo, Apple’s Siri, Google’s Home, and so on. According to Paul Beckmann, the Founder and CTO of DSP Concepts, we’ve just scratched the surface on where...

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  • Five Minutes with…Jad Jebara, President and CEO, Tuangru

    Five Minutes with…Jad Jebara, President and CEO, Tuangru

    Tuangru is a software company focused on data-center management. In layman’s terms, the company manages their customers’ data. It seems like a lot can be obtain by the analysis of that data,...

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  • Embedded Insiders Podcast – Episode #31 – Ten Spooky Things for Embedded Engineers

    Embedded Insiders Podcast – Episode #31 – Ten Spooky Things for Embedded Engineers

    Getting into the Halloween spirit, the Embedded Insiders pick ten "spooky" trends in the embedded electronics space for engineers to keep an eye on. Topics Include: - Machine Learning and...

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  • Five Minutes with…Narbeh Derhacobian, President and CEO, Adesto Technologies

    Five Minutes with…Narbeh Derhacobian, President and CEO, Adesto Technologies

    Adesto Technologies is a provider of non-volatile memory. That said, they claim to be able to reduce power in a system, particularly one that’s headed for a smart IoT application. I challenged...

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  • Embedded Insiders – Episode #31 – A new direction for Arduino

    Embedded Insiders – Episode #31 – A new direction for Arduino

    This week, the Embedded Insiders, Brandon Lewis and Rich Nass, look at where the Arduino architecture is headed. If you’re an aficionado of Arduino, and we know that many of you are, this is...

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  • Five Minutes with…Anthony Ambrose, President and CEO, Data I/O

    Five Minutes with…Anthony Ambrose, President and CEO, Data I/O

    Everybody who builds an IoT platform says they’re concerned with security. But are they really? While there is lots of lip service paid to security, whether developers are going it its appropriate...

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  • Five Minutes with…Wael Diab, Chair, IIC

    Five Minutes with…Wael Diab, Chair, IIC

    The Industrial Internet Consortium, aka the IIC, works with many different organizations to ensure that, amongst other issues, there’s smooth sailing between organizations when making an IoT...

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  • Embedded Insiders - Episode #32 - You’ve chosen MIPS? Uh-Oh!

    Embedded Insiders - Episode #32 - You’ve chosen MIPS? Uh-Oh!

    The Embedded Insiders take a look at the news of the week. This week, we looked at some of the terminology used in the IoT, namely the Mist verses the Edge verses the Fog. What are all these...

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  • Five Minutes With…John Glossner, President, HSA Foundation

    Five Minutes With…John Glossner, President, HSA Foundation

    I was only marginally aware of the work being done by the HSA Foundation, which stands for Heterogeneous System Architecture. So, my first question in this week’s Five Minutes with… to John...

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  • Embedded Insiders – Episode #31 – How Open is Open and What is GE Thinking?

    Embedded Insiders – Episode #31 – How Open is Open and What is GE Thinking?

    This week, the Embedded Insiders briefly consider ABB's acquisition of GE Industrial Solutions, and wonder if GE is going too digital. Then, the two discuss "open source". The term is widely,...

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  • Embedded Insiders Podcast – Episode #30 – Machine Learning: Fact or Fiction

    Embedded Insiders Podcast – Episode #30 – Machine Learning: Fact or Fiction

    A few weeks ago, the Embedded Insiders tackled the topic of artificial intelligence and machine learning. After further review, one of the Insiders called foul, saying that there’s nothing new...

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  • Embedded Insiders Podcast – Episode #29 – Secure Your Network, No Matter the Cost

    Embedded Insiders Podcast – Episode #29 – Secure Your Network, No Matter the Cost

    As the old axiom goes, “if you have to ask the price, then you can’t afford it.” I’m here to say that nothing could be further from the truth when it comes to securing your network. In fact,...

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  • Embedded Insiders Podcast – Episode #27 – The Vicious Cycle of Electric Vehicles

    Embedded Insiders Podcast – Episode #27 – The Vicious Cycle of Electric Vehicles

    Why haven't hybrid and electric vehicles been more successful? Can embedded power and analog components help?

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  • Embedded Insiders Podcast – Keeping an eye on connected devices with data categorization

    Embedded Insiders Podcast – Keeping an eye on connected devices with data categorization

    "Data categorization" is helpful in support business of intelligence applications, but it's also an elegant way of monitoring the behavior of devices to reveal potential cyber attacks.

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  • Embedded Insiders – Episode #25 – Hacker Deception

    Embedded Insiders – Episode #25 – Hacker Deception

    A FireEye report recently found that the cyber threats that have penetrated an organization's network defenses have an average dwell time of almost 5 months before they are discovered and...

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  • Back the the future with the Kontron/S&T merger

    Back the the future with the Kontron/S&T merger

    The Insiders learn how S&T’s software and middleware solutions complement Kontron’s hardware offerings, especially as it relates to connecting edge-based hardware to the cloud.

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  • Embedded Insiders – Episode #24 – Back the the future with the Kontron/S&T merger

    Embedded Insiders – Episode #24 – Back the the future with the Kontron/S&T merger

    With shrinking margins in the board and module market, companies are merging to acquire proficiency in areas like software and networking. That’s precisely the driver behind the Kontron and S&T...

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