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DiSTI at TU Automotive
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IoT Design Guide 2018
With increasing desire to move more intelligence and connectivity closer to the edge of Internet of Things networks, industry is pushing through the fog and towards mist computing.
Yes, a computer science degree IS worth it
Self-taught start-up CEOs have gone on record declaring that computer science degrees are a waste of time and resources, and some argue that self-taught programmers are more resourceful and skilled.
Shrinking Machine Learning Down to IoT Size
Despite the potential of machine learning in embedded applications, the technology is struggling to gain adoption due to its complexity.
Get Ready for Scalable Video Streaming with the H.265 Codec
HEVC provides a 50 percent improvement in file compression over its predecessor while delivering the same image quality. And it supports 8K resolutions.
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Reflex Photonics introduces two new series of transceivers
Reflex Photonics is proud to introduce two new lines of products targeting high-end space and industrial applications.
NXP's i.MX announcement, aimed at the edge of the IoT
Geoff Lees, VP/GM of MCUs at NXP explains the latest i.MX microprocessor announcement, aimed at the Edge of the IoT. It offers a 600-MHz frequency, improved memory performance, and integrated power-ma
NXP introducing microcontrollers with NFC at ARM TechCon 2017
SANTA CLARA, CA -- Justin Mortimer, product marketing manager at NXP, talks to Rich Nass with Embedded Computing Design about new NXP microcontrollers with NFC (Near Field Communications). Justin says
Adacore discusses "Make with Ada" challenge and new product announcement at #ARM TechCon 2017
Jamie Ayre with Adacore talks to Rich Nass with Embedded Computing Design about the ``Make with Ada'' challenge that occurred earlier this year. The contest aimed to help the embedded software communi
IAR Systems discussing safety and security at #ARM TechCon 2017
SANTA CLARA, CA -- Stefan Skarin, CEO at IAR Systems, talked to Rich Nass with Embedded Computing Design at ARM TechCon 2017 about safety and security. Stefan discusses code quality, security for deve
Wibu-Systems Launches CodeMeter Cloud Licensing Platform
Cloud Licensing Technology to be Showcased at SPS IPC Drives November 28-30, 2017 in Nuremberg, Germany
Quantenna Announces Full-Duplex 802.11ax Mesh Chipset Solution
New QSR10R-AX Chipset Offers Superior Experience Via Vastly Better Performance and Coverage in a Compact Form Factor
Interfacing IoT with embedded using Node.js, part 5: Web interface
We've implemented a web server in Node.js that provides APIs for controlling GPIOs, sampling accelerometers, and reading ADC values. Now we tie it together with a web page that uses these services.
IoT Design Guide - October 2017
Machine learning and Industrial IoT: Now and into the future
Traditional ML algorithms are useful when the amount of data to be processed is relatively small and the complexity of the problem is low. But what about larger problems with a lot more data?
Identifying secure firmware update mechanisms and open source options for embedded Linux devices
The traditional, and best-until-proven-otherwise way of updating an embedded device is performing a whole image update. In baremetal devices, this would be the whole image with all the device firmware
Cross-industry semantic interoperability, part four: The intersection of business and device ontologies
Semantic interoperability relies on a designated ontology to interpret meaning (context) of exchanged data and apply it to valuable ends. This can span multiple systems, environments, and industries.
Sample project: Interfacing IoT with embedded using Node.js, part 1
In part 1 of this sample project, we show how to implement support for the TS-7680 hardware and provide a simple web page for controlling the board.
Shift-left your safety-critical software testing with test automation
The trend in major safety-critical projects shows exponential growth in total costs, with software being a larger portion of the total year-over-year development budget.
Automotive ECUs: Architecture considerations to implement secure software updates over the air