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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.

  • Five Minutes with…Ed Kuzemchak, CTO, Software Design Solutions, Inc.

    Five Minutes with…Ed Kuzemchak, CTO, Software Design Solutions, Inc.

    Machine learning (ML) is something that really needs to occur at the Edge of the IoT. That sounds great, except that it’s quite difficult to achieve. In this week’s Five Minutes with…discussion...

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  • The IoT, Defined

    By Gene Frantz
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  • Five Minutes with…Peter McGuinness, CEO, Highwai

    Five Minutes with…Peter McGuinness, CEO, Highwai

    Neural nets and simulators. This is not a combination that I would have put together, but after it was explained to me, putting them together makes a lot of sense. If you don’t get the connection,...

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  • Embedded Insiders: Don’t Be Surprised If your Computer Backbone Is 30 (or More) Years Old

    Embedded Insiders: Don’t Be Surprised If your Computer Backbone Is 30 (or More) Years Old

    New computer architectures come along all the time. Some stand the test of time while others get EOLed (end of lifed) pretty quickly. Why is that? Is it for technical reasons, marketing reasons,...

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  • Five Minutes with…Doug Bailey, VP, Power Integrations

    Five Minutes with…Doug Bailey, VP, Power Integrations

    USB-PD is a newer specification that deals with the power that can be derived from a USB port. It’s quite an important spec and one that has lots of potential. Unfortunately, it’s one of the specs...

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  • Five Minutes with…Bruce Chatterley, CEO, Senet

    Five Minutes with…Bruce Chatterley, CEO, Senet

    The Industrial IoT industry is full of promise. But wait, haven’t we said that before? At some point, it has to bear fruit, and we seem to be pushing out the “hockey stick” yet again to next year....

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  • Five Minutes with…James Kimery, Director, National Instruments

    Five Minutes with…James Kimery, Director, National Instruments

    5G is the wireless standard that’s poised to revolutionize how we interact with data. And it’s only a year away from being a reality.

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  • Embedded Insiders: Who are the real innovators in the embedded space?

    Embedded Insiders: Who are the real innovators in the embedded space?

    Apple took center stage this week as it announced a series of new iPhones and a new Apple Watch. Is that exciting technology? It probably is to some, but not to the Embedded Insiders. So that begs...

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  • Five Minutes with…Nikunj Mehta, CEO, Falkonry by Embedded Computing Design

    Five Minutes with…Nikunj Mehta, CEO, Falkonry by Embedded Computing Design

    Five Minutes with…Nikunj Mehta, CEO, Falkonry by Embedded Computing Design

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  • Embedded Insiders: Back to the future with analog computing

    Embedded Insiders: Back to the future with analog computing

    There’s a reasonably good chance that you’re not old enough to remember the days of analog computers, as that would likely put you in your sixties.

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  • Five Minutes with…Peter Thorne, Director, Cambashi

    Five Minutes with…Peter Thorne, Director, Cambashi

    Are you up to speed on digital twins? If you’re not, you probably should be, especially if you plan to play in the IoT space. I have to admit that I needed to be educated on this topic. I received...

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  • Five Minutes with…Sumat Mehra, SVP & GM, Xperi

    Five Minutes with…Sumat Mehra, SVP & GM, Xperi

    All smart phones have cameras now. But what they do with those images is quite different. Here are questions I threw at Sumat Mehra, Senior Vice President and General Manager for Xperi.

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  • Five Minutes with…Brian Faith, CEO, QuickLogic

    Five Minutes with…Brian Faith, CEO, QuickLogic

    Machine learning at the node is starting to become a reality, thanks to the availability of adequate processing capability. This idea was the basis of my discussion with Brian Faith of QuickLogic.

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  • Five Minutes with…Sumat Mehra, SVP & GM, Xperi

    Five Minutes with…Sumat Mehra, SVP & GM, Xperi

    All smart phones have cameras now. But what they do with those imagers is quite different. Are they using them for facial recognition, for medical applications, or for things that many of us had...

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  • Five Minutes with…Brian Faith, CEO, Quicklogic

    Five Minutes with…Brian Faith, CEO, Quicklogic

    Machine learning at the node is starting to become a reality, thanks to the availability of adequate processing capability. Moving this technology from the cloud to the Edge, a term that’s...

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  • Five minutes with ... John Wall, QNX

    Five minutes with ... John Wall, QNX

    When it comes to autonomous vehicles, there are followers and there are leaders. QNX, a subsidiary of Blackberry, believes it falls into the latter class.

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  • Five Minutes with…John Wall, Sr. VP, QNX

    Five Minutes with…John Wall, Sr. VP, QNX

    When it comes to autonomous vehicles, there are followers and there are leaders. QNX, a subsidiary of Blackberry, believes it falls into the latter class. To understand why, but more importantly...

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  • Five Minutes with…Rick Kreifeldt, Executive Director, eSync Alliance

    Five Minutes with…Rick Kreifeldt, Executive Director, eSync Alliance

    We keep hearing about over-the-air updates for the automotive space. Is this real or is it a pipe dream?

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  • Five Minutes with…Rick Kreifeldt, Executive Director, eSync Alliance

    Five Minutes with…Rick Kreifeldt, Executive Director, eSync Alliance

    We keep hearing about over-the-air updates for the automotive space. Is this real or is it a pipe dream? I’m of the opinion that I can make a valid argument for each. However, Rick Kreifeldt,...

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  • Five Minutes with ... Bruce Douglas, Chief Evangelist, IBM

    Five Minutes with ... Bruce Douglas, Chief Evangelist, IBM

    Most folks that aren’t deeply into the thick of development don’t know what agile development is, or why they should be thinking about it. It’s not a new technique, but it is slowing gaining momentum.

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  • Five Minutes with…Bruce Douglas, Chief Evangelist, IBM

    Five Minutes with…Bruce Douglas, Chief Evangelist, IBM

    Agile software development is a term we often hear about. But most folks that aren’t deeply into the thick of development don’t know what agile development is, or why they should be thinking about...

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