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 – 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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  • Embedded Insiders – Episode #23 – Into the Mist as the IIoT Goes Private

    Embedded Insiders – Episode #23 – Into the Mist as the IIoT Goes Private

    One half of the Embedded Insiders made a trip to Southern California this week, where he encountered to opposite sides of the Industrial IoT spectrum. On one end, engineers from ADL Embedded...

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  • Embedded Insiders – Episode #22 – NAND flash forward

    Embedded Insiders – Episode #22 – NAND flash forward

    The NAND flash memory market has evolved (or devolved depending on who you ask) into a battle of the BoMs, where the lowest price usually wins. But is that really the only consideration anymore...

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  • Embedded Insiders – Episode #21 – In the summertime we've got dev kits on our minds

    Embedded Insiders – Episode #21 – In the summertime we've got dev kits on our minds

    In the summertime when the weather is hot, the Embedded Insiders are indoors with development kits on their minds. Rich Nass and Brandon Lewis have been doing some hardware hacking of their own...

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  • Embedded Insiders – Episode #20 – Making "Connections" at the Industrial IoT University

    Embedded Insiders – Episode #20 – Making "Connections" at the Industrial IoT University

    Embedded Computing Design's second Industrial IoT University conference occurred this week, with industry experts from Cisco, zigbee alliance, Digi International, LoRa Alliance, Trusted Computing...

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  • Embedded Insiders - Episode #19 - Revisiting RTOS independence and the Last Man Standing

    Embedded Insiders - Episode #19 - Revisiting RTOS independence and the Last Man Standing

    Earlier this year the Embedded Insiders posed the question, “Where have all the RTOS vendors gone?” During that discussion the Insiders offered that silicon companies have gobbled up independent...

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  • Embedded Insiders – Episode #18 – AWS Greengrass: Are OT Device Management Pastures Getting Greener?

    Embedded Insiders – Episode #18 – AWS Greengrass: Are OT Device Management Pastures Getting Greener?

    As IT and OT players stake out their claims in the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) landscape, Amazon and partner Ayla Networks are deploying a technology called AWS Greengrass that brings a...

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  • Embedded Insiders - Episode #17 - How the IIC Connectivity Framework Is Like Whales, Seals, and Bats

    Embedded Insiders - Episode #17 - How the IIC Connectivity Framework Is Like Whales, Seals, and Bats

    Many types of animals live on land, many more in the sea, and more still spend their time airborne. What’s that got to do with the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT)? Earlier this year the...

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  • Embedded Insiders - Episode #16 - Power, PCIM, and Europe

    Embedded Insiders - Episode #16 - Power, PCIM, and Europe

    Once again, power takes center stage, at least in this week’s Embedded Insiders podcast. ECD Power Editor Alix Paultre is at the PCIM show in Germany, Europe’s premier event for the...

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  • Embedded Insiders – Episode #15 – Is RISC-V Risky Business?

    Embedded Insiders – Episode #15 – Is RISC-V Risky Business?

    Researchers at Princeton recently found memory consistency errors in the RISC-V instruction set architecture (ISA), an extensible, open-source ISA spawned out of academia that is being adopted by...

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  • Embedded Insiders – Episode #14 – Protecting Medical "Things"

    Embedded Insiders – Episode #14 – Protecting Medical "Things"

    This week the Embedded Insiders welcome David Kleidermacher, Chief Security Officer at BlackBerry and one of the leading security evangelists in the embedded and IoT technology markets. Of...

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  • Embedded Insiders – Episode #13 – On the Road to Level 5 Autonomous Drive

    Embedded Insiders – Episode #13 – On the Road to Level 5 Autonomous Drive

    The Embedded Insiders, Rich Nass and Brandon Lewis, both of Embedded Computing Design, drive into the Society of Automotive Engineer's (SAE's) six levels of autonomous driving. From full human...

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  • Embedded Insiders – Episode #12 – Analog and Smart Alix

    Embedded Insiders – Episode #12 – Analog and Smart Alix

    The Embedded Insiders welcome in the newest member of the Embedded Computing Design editorial team, Alix Paultre. Alex will be covering analog and power topics from his home base outside of...

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  • Embedded Insiders – Episode #11 – The Wide (Area) World of IIoT Networking

    Embedded Insiders – Episode #11 – The Wide (Area) World of IIoT Networking

    As connectivity becomes cheaper, data becomes more valuable. This is a paradox the Embedded Insiders Rich Nass and Brandon Lewis explore in the context of low-power, wide-area network (LPWAN)...

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  • Embedded Insiders - Episode #10 - Embedded World Day 3 Recap

    Embedded Insiders - Episode #10 - Embedded World Day 3 Recap

    Wrapping up embedded world 2017 from their hotel bar, the Embedded Insiders, Rich Nass and Brandon Lewis of Embedded Computing Design, discuss some of the highlights they saw on Day 3 of the show....

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