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  • Making the Grade with Linux and Cybersecurity at the Intelligent Edge

    Making the Grade with Linux and Cybersecurity at the Intelligent Edge

    A Tech Video Series with Wind River’s Michael Mehlberg.

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  • Platform Is Perfectly Suited for Medical Applications

    Platform Is Perfectly Suited for Medical Applications

    Advances in computer-aided healthcare are coming at us at record-breaking speed. While that in itself can be considered a success, it’s the specific end applications that reap the benefits.

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  • Automotive Safety Using the IoT

    Automotive Safety Using the IoT

    Cars and other vehicles are so much safer now than they were just a few years ago, and that trend will continue.

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  • Dealing with Industrial Applications in Harsh Environments

    Dealing with Industrial Applications in Harsh Environments

    Litemax provides systems that can not only operate under these conditions, but provide superior image quality with IP and NEMA rated systems.

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  • Smart Cars are in the Slow Lane When it Comes to Security Standards

    Smart Cars are in the Slow Lane When it Comes to Security Standards

    With connected cars still seen as a relatively new innovation in the context of regulatory timelines, the industry is lacking security standards and safety certifications as a result.

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  • Why Industrial Operators Need 5G URLLC and How They Can Get There

    Why Industrial Operators Need 5G URLLC and How They Can Get There

    You can’t blame operators in critical industries like automation, manufacturing, and transportation for being careful in their transition to a new networking technology.

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  • GigaDevice Offers MCUs based on both RISC-V, Arm

    GigaDevice Offers MCUs based on both RISC-V, Arm

    GigaDevice is a new entrant to my radar. The company’s history is in memory products, but it is now a formidable player in the MCU space, both on the Arm and RISC-V sides (which is fairly unique).

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  • Guess What’s Under the Hood of the Subaru Levorg? ADAS and Programmable Logic

    Guess What’s Under the Hood of the Subaru Levorg? ADAS and Programmable Logic

    Available as an automotive-grade platform with multiple power domains, the MPSoC delivers exceptional performance per watt operation as well as functional safety and security features.

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  • Use a Mobile Handset for Your Analog Design

    Use a Mobile Handset for Your Analog Design

    It is quite innovative, if it’s for you. I’m referring to a smart phone app developed by Maxim Integrated, called the Essential Analog IC smartphone app.

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  • Tear Down: YoLink LoRaWAN Smart Hub

    Tear Down: YoLink LoRaWAN Smart Hub

    The bandwidth for LoRaWAN is really low, compared to something like WiFi. However, if you use the protocol for things that don’t require high bandwidth, it works well (at least I was surprised).

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  • Engineering During a Pandemic

    Engineering During a Pandemic

    As we continued forward, I struggled to address a recurring question that perhaps you also encountered, “What now?” Deployments and projects were not going to start back up anytime soon.

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  • Blaize Delivers Programmable AI at the Edge

    Blaize Delivers Programmable AI at the Edge

    Blaize introduced the company’s first AI computing hardware and software solutions aimed specifically at the Edge of the IoT, dubbed the Pathfinder and Xplorer platforms and the AI Software Suite.

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  • Tech Market Madness: The State of Embedded Programming Languages

    Tech Market Madness: The State of Embedded Programming Languages

    In this edition, Embedded Computing Design’s technology editor, Perry Cohen, was joined by Chris Rommel, the Executive Vice President of VDC Research, a technology market intelligence firm.

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  • Building, Training AI models Needn’t Be Confusing and Time Consuming

    Building, Training AI models Needn’t Be Confusing and Time Consuming

    As the technology gets pushed out to the Edge of the IoT, the number of uses climbs considerably. Developers are moving quickly toward deployment of their AI architectures.

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  • Eta Compute’s Tensai Flow Puts Machine Learning at the Edge of the IoT

    Eta Compute’s Tensai Flow Puts Machine Learning at the Edge of the IoT

    Deploying artificial intelligence and machine learning at the Edge of the IoT has long been the Holy Grail for design engineers.

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  • Life after Raspberry Pi: Rapid System Prototyping for Professional Engineers

    Life after Raspberry Pi: Rapid System Prototyping for Professional Engineers

    Arduino and Raspberry Pi don’t provide a sufficient analog to the electronic hardware in commercial products. Pro engineers need industrial-grade prototyping solutions. They need an "Industrial Pi."

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  • How Six Companies Are Using AI to Accelerate Automotive Technology

    How Six Companies Are Using AI to Accelerate Automotive Technology

    AI is not only used for path planning and obstacle avoidance, but incorporated in every step of development from modeling how systems will perform on the road to gathering parts for manufacturing.

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  • Miles to Go on Road to Autonomous Vehicles – Interview with Robert Day, Arm

    Miles to Go on Road to Autonomous Vehicles – Interview with Robert Day, Arm

    Robert Day, director of autonomous vehicles at Arm shares perspectives on “the biggest challenges in level 4/5 autonomous vehicles” supported by findings from a recent Forrester Research report.

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  • MLPerf: The New Industry Benchmark for AI Inferencing at the Edge

    MLPerf: The New Industry Benchmark for AI Inferencing at the Edge

    TOPS. FLOPS. GFLOPS. AI processor vendors calculate the maximum inferencing performance of their architectures in a variety of ways. Do these numbers even matter?

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  • Life on the Edge: How AI and the NVIDIA Jetson Ecosystem are Transforming Industry, Transportation, and Logistics

    The following case study describes how one AI engineering company leveraged the NVIDIA technology ecosystem to rapidly deploy cost-effective, commercial-grade optical character recognition solutions.

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