Blogs

  • Tesla’s Latest Smart Move

    The argument could be made that the electric vehicle (EV) debate is one of the most personal, as cars have a huge role in society far beyond their ability to transport people and things.

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  • ETC: Embedded System Design Starts Here

    Why should you be interested in the Embedded Technologies Conference? It goes to the heart of embedded computing.

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  • Socionext Uses AI for People Recognition in a Snap

    DeepVision’s products generally lie at the edge of the IoT, and combined with the expertise of Socionext, full-fledged SoCs can be realized.

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  • Why the U.S. is Falling Behind in AI and Autonomous Drive Tech, Part 2

    Why the U.S. is Falling Behind in AI and Autonomous Drive Tech, Part 2

    In 2016 NHTSA proposed a DSRC mandate for all new light vehicles. A 2017 AP report said the initiative was killed by the Trump administration. NHTSA walked that claim back the same day. My head hurts.

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  • Why the U.S. is Falling Behind in AI and Autonomous Drive Tech, Part 1

    Why the U.S. is Falling Behind in AI and Autonomous Drive Tech, Part 1

    At CES this year, I realized which developers were working with more advanced AI. And they weren’t American. Or, for that matter, even “Western.”

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  • RISC-V: Too Open to Fail

    RISC-V: Too Open to Fail

    For some, RISC-V is the answer to Arm. For others, it offers a new path to innovation. It can also provide insurance in turbulent times. Whatever the reason, RISC-V is too open to fail.

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  • Arm Mali ISPs Give Eyes to the Internet of Things

    Arm Mali ISPs Give Eyes to the Internet of Things

    The Mali-C32 and -C52 cores were designed to improve frame rate, pixel area, and pixel resolution for intelligent vision systems in a range of markets and application segments.

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  • DevKit Giveaway & Year-End Design Contest

    Digi-Key Electronics is partnering with Embedded Computing Design to launch a monthly giveaway of its partners’ development kits.

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  • The Multiple Dimensions of Embedded & IoT Security

    The Multiple Dimensions of Embedded & IoT Security

    Everyone knows embedded and IoT security is important. But when drilling down beyond the initial head-nod agreement, the interpretation of what security is elicits vague and varied responses.

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  • “Arduino” Pro Micro ATmega32U4 Dev Board

    “Arduino” Pro Micro ATmega32U4 Dev Board

    While Arduino compatible programming-wise, this board isn’t actually made by Arduino, and can instead be found on SparkFun in both a 3.3V and 5V variants.

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  • Jetson AGX Xavier for Industrial AI: Workstation Performance, Table Fan Power Consumption

    Jetson AGX Xavier for Industrial AI: Workstation Performance, Table Fan Power Consumption

    NVIDIA has released the Jetson AGX Xavier module to accelerate artificial intelligence in autonomous industrial machines. This in-depth analysis of the platform explains how you can start designing.

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  • Western Digital Announces New “Open” Solutions, Including a RISC-V Core

    RISC-V Core IP Can Be Downloaded and Taken to Manufacture by Anyone in the Community

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  • NASA InSight Lands Safely on Mars with VxWorks

    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.

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  • Simplifying AI Edge Compute at < 2mW

    The Tensai architecture employs multiple voltage regulators to support ultra-low-power, always-on processing at less than 2 mW for coin cell or solar cell-powered AI systems.

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  • The IoT in China, where everyone has a job

    The IoT in China, where everyone has a job

    I recently traveled to Suzhou, China to attend Advantech’s IoT Co-Creation Summit. The trip exposed me to several cultural nuances. The most obvious of these is related to employment.

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  • Atmosic Technologies Lowers Bluetooth Power to Enable Batteryless IoT Devices

    Energy harvesting plays a key role, along with a new wake-up technology.

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  • Industry 4.0 Comes to the Edge with Maxim’s Go-IO Reference Design

    Maxim Integrated Productss has developed a product aimed at programmable logic controllers (PLCs).

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  • Vicor Introduces Three-Phase, 10 kW AC-to-DC Converter

    The three-phase RFM AC-to-DC converter module can deliver 10 kW of regulated 48 VDC in a power tablet that measures 9.4 x 5.9 x 0.6 inches.

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  • Eta Compute Launches with Ultra-Low-Power Machine Learning Platform for Edge Devices

    Eta Compute has developed a machine-learning SoC that includes autonomous learning. The TENSAI device performs ultra-low power image classification, keyword spotting, and wakeup word detection.

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  • Intel Vision Accelerator Solutions Speed Deep Learning and AI on Edge Devices

    The latest products combine with existing Intel solutions to put artificial intelligence where it's best suited for the application--at the Edge or in the data center.

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