Brandon Lewis

Brandon Lewis, Editor-in-Chief of Embedded Computing Design, is responsible for guiding the property's content strategy, editorial direction, and engineering community engagement, which includes IoT Design, Automotive Embedded Systems, the Power Page, Industrial AI & Machine Learning, and other publications. As an experienced technical journalist, editor, and reporter with an aptitude for identifying key technologies, products, and market trends in the embedded technology sector, he enjoys covering topics that range from development kits and tools to cyber security and technology business models. Brandon received a BA in English Literature from Arizona State University, where he graduated cum laude. He can be reached by email at brandon.lewis@opensysmedia.com.

  • Trends in Embedded featuring Designated Driver: A quick drive around San Jose from Portland

    Trends in Embedded featuring Designated Driver: A quick drive around San Jose from Portland

    A teleoperator is, more or less, the human to a remote control car. Only now they're driving street-legal vehicles. Why? Think of them as the OnStar for autonomous vehicles.

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  • The Truth About 5G and When It Will Be Here

    The Truth About 5G and When It Will Be Here

    "2022 seems a ways off today and industry can’t wait. It needs to get moving."

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  • Dev Kit Weekly Raffle: Enter to Win

    Dev Kit Weekly Raffle: Enter to Win

    The Dev Kit Weekly with Embedded Computing Design Editor-in-Chief Brandon Lewis updates you on the latest electronics development kits – and gives you a chance to start engineering on them for free.

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  • ADLINK Explains AI Training & 5G Multi-access Edge Computing Solutions at GTC 2019

    ADLINK Explains AI Training & 5G Multi-access Edge Computing Solutions at GTC 2019

    Jeff Sharpe of ADLINK explains how the new 5G network infrastructure is closer than you think explains how the new 5G network infrastructure is closer than you think in this interview from GTC 2019.

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  • GTC 2019: Connect Tech Brings the Power of NVIDIA Xavier to Aerospace & Industry

    GTC 2019: Connect Tech Brings the Power of NVIDIA Xavier to Aerospace & Industry

    CTI has built a carrier and enclosure that enable the horsepower of the NVIDIA Jetson Xavier module at the edge for resource-constrained systems. Patrick Dietrich, CTO of CTI, explains.

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  • GTC 2019: One Stop Systems and AI on the Fly

    GTC 2019: One Stop Systems and AI on the Fly

    AI on the Fly: Extend training from the data center down to endpoints in rugged, robust systems. Reduce latency. Enhance performance. Improve efficiency. Increase intelligence.

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  • GTC 2019: ADLINK Helps Machines Monitor Human Safety

    GTC 2019: ADLINK Helps Machines Monitor Human Safety

    Joe Speed of ADLINK shows how a combination of technologies from AWS IoT, NVIDIA, and ADLINK combine in a deep learning system that improves efficiency and worker safety on a remote oil rig.

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  • GTC 2019: Accelerating AI Performance, Ease of Use with Ubuntu and NVIDIA DGX

    GTC 2019: Accelerating AI Performance, Ease of Use with Ubuntu and NVIDIA DGX

    At GTC 2019, showgoers discuss how DGX platforms and Ubuntu enhance accessibility for data scientists and engineers, allowing them to get up and running quickly with familiar technology.

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  • GTC 2019: ADLINK Industrial Platforms Emphasize Inferencing at the Edge

    GTC 2019: ADLINK Industrial Platforms Emphasize Inferencing at the Edge

    Industrial-grade systems based on NVIDIA Quadro graphics enable deep learning in applications like manufacturing inspection. These capabilities are now integrated into popular hardware standardss

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  • BlackBerry QNX Neutrino, WITTENSTEIN SAFERTOS Integrated Dev Environment Supports Heterogeneous, Mixed-Criticality Arm Systems

    BlackBerry QNX Neutrino, WITTENSTEIN SAFERTOS Integrated Dev Environment Supports Heterogeneous, Mixed-Criticality Arm Systems

    Both operating systems in the BlackBerry/WHIS solution are certified to ISO26262 ASIL D for Automotive Applications and IEC 61508 SIL 3 levels for Industrial Automation, minimize certification costs.

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  • NVIDIA’s $99 Jetson Nano Skimps on Size and Power, But Not Performance

    NVIDIA’s $99 Jetson Nano Skimps on Size and Power, But Not Performance

    The Jetson Nano is an 80 mm x 100 mm developer kit based on a Tegra SoC with a 128-core Maxwell GPU and quad-core Arm Cortex-A57 CPU. It's also just $99.

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  • Embedded World 2019 Best in Show Award: Meet the Winners

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  • Why SCADA Is Bad for Smart Factories

    Why SCADA Is Bad for Smart Factories

    Smart factories enable companies to eliminate data silos that often exist between operational technology (OT) and enterprise IT.

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  • Yole Report Identifies AI, HPC as Key Drivers of 2.5D, 3D TSV tech

    Yole Report Identifies AI, HPC as Key Drivers of 2.5D, 3D TSV tech

    According to “2.5D / 3D TSV & Wafer Level Stacking: Technology & Market Updates,” the stacking technologies market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 27 percent to more than $5.5 billion in 2023.

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  • ADACORE, NVIDIA Accelerate ISO 26262 Compliance by Securing Critical Firmware with Ada and SPARK

    NVIDIA will also migrate certain SoC product lines to the RISC-V instruction set. The hope is both moves will accelerate the ISO 26262 verification process.

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  • emCompress-ToGo Compression Algorithm Enables Data Logging, Wireless Transmission for Resource-Constrained Embedded Systems

    emCompress-ToGo Compression Algorithm Enables Data Logging, Wireless Transmission for Resource-Constrained Embedded Systems

    SMASHv2 enables real-time compression and de-compression for embedded systems, requiring only 1 KB of ROM for compression and roughly 0.5 KB of ROM for decompression.

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  • Mocana TrustCenter and TrustPoint Bring IoT Security to Brownfield Industrial

    Endpoint solutions bring device authentication, OS patching, and legacy protocol support for industrial devices.

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  • Wind River Upgrades Chassis Portfolio for Autonomous Cars

    Integration of Titanium Cloud into Wind River Chassis Portfolio upgrades solution for autonomous drive development.

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  • LoRaWAN Live Day Technical Program Released

    The LoRa Alliance has released the program for its LoRaWAN Live event taking place at the Kimpton Solamar hotel in San Diego, CA on Wednesday, February 6th.

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  • OpenFog Now Part of Industrial Internet Consortium

    The combined organization is now the largest entity guiding Industrial IoT, AI, fog, and edge computing development.

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