Rich Nass

Richard Nass is the Executive Vice-President of OpenSystems Media. His key responsibilities include setting the direction for all aspects of OpenSystems Media’s Embedded and IoT product portfolios, including web sites, e-newsletters, print and digital magazines, and various other digital and print activities. He was instrumental in developing the company's on-line educational portal, Embedded University. Previously, Nass was the Brand Director for UBM’s award-winning Design News property. Prior to that, he led the content team for UBM Canon’s Medical Devices Group, as well all custom properties and events in the U.S., Europe, and Asia. Nass has been in the engineering OEM industry for more than 25 years. In prior stints, he led the Content Team at EE Times, handling the Embedded and Custom groups and the TechOnline DesignLine network of design engineering web sites. Nass holds a BSEE degree from the New Jersey Institute of Technology.

  • Embedded Executives: Rob Oshana, VP of SW R&D for Edge Processing, NXP

    Embedded Executives: Rob Oshana, VP of SW R&D for Edge Processing, NXP

    We are in the midst of a global pandemic thanks to COVID-19, aka Coronavirus. It’s turned people’s lives completely upside down. But engineers and developers, like many people, still have jobs to do.

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  • Embedded Executives: Geoff Tate, CEO, Flex Logix

    Embedded Executives: Geoff Tate, CEO, Flex Logix

    Inferencing is a hot topic. Let’s start with “what is inferencing?” Then, how do you benchmark inferencing?

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  • Dialog Semiconductor Connects Industry 4.0 Devices with Optimized IO-Link IC

    Dialog Semiconductor Connects Industry 4.0 Devices with Optimized IO-Link IC

    Dialog Semiconductor recently released its newest member of its IO-Link product family, the CCE4503.

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  • Embedded Executives: Steve Johnson, President & GM, Digilent

    Embedded Executives: Steve Johnson, President & GM, Digilent

    Test tools can be expensive; in some case, very expensive. But if your needs don’t extend to the leading edge, you may find that there are some much lower cost tools available.

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  • Embedded Executives: Scott Hanson, Founder, CTO, Ambiq Micro

    Embedded Executives: Scott Hanson, Founder, CTO, Ambiq Micro

    Everyone wants their personal device to run longer on a charge. While many of the processor vendors have made incremental improvements, Ambiq Micro seems to have turned the equation on its head.

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  • AVCC Is Making Headway on the Autonomous Vehicle Front

    AVCC Is Making Headway on the Autonomous Vehicle Front

    It’s likely that, as the working groups dive into the details, they’ll learn more about how the different groups must interact. Good examples are security and functional safety..

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  • Embedded Executives: Harald Remmert, Senior Director, Digi International

    Embedded Executives: Harald Remmert, Senior Director, Digi International

    When will it (5G) become mainstream in the industrial sector, where things tend to take far longer, for good reasons.

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  • Embedded Executives: Joseph Notaro, VP, WW Automotive Strategy, Business Development ON Semiconductor

    Embedded Executives: Joseph Notaro, VP, WW Automotive Strategy, Business Development ON Semiconductor

    To understand what’s next in the automobile, Rich Nass had a conversation with Joseph Notaro the Vice President of Worldwide Automotive Strategy and Business Development for On Semiconductor.

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  • Embedded Executives: Matt Sharma, Strategic Alliances, MultiTech

    Embedded Executives: Matt Sharma, Strategic Alliances, MultiTech

    Rich Nass is joined by Matt Sharma, whose dad started MultiTech 50 years ago.

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  • Semtech Releases LoRa Device for IoT-Enabled Smart-Home Applications

    Semtech Releases LoRa Device for IoT-Enabled Smart-Home Applications

    Semtech is adding to its LoRa portfolio with the LoRa Smart Home, as LoRa is becoming a fast-growing low-power network.

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  • Embedded Executives: Jason Clarke, Founder, VP, Crank Software

    Embedded Executives: Jason Clarke, Founder, VP, Crank Software

    Rich Nass sits down with Jason Clarke, the founder and vice president of Crank Software, in this weeks Embedded Executives

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  • STMicroelectronics, Fieldscale Bring Touch Controls to STM32-Based Devices

    STMicroelectronics, Fieldscale Bring Touch Controls to STM32-Based Devices

    STMicroelectronics and Fieldscale, a provider of simulation software, have announced a partnership to simplify the development process for adding touch interfaces to embedded systems.

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  • Embedded Executives: Yuri Chamarelli, Lead Product Specialist, Phoenix Contact

    Embedded Executives: Yuri Chamarelli, Lead Product Specialist, Phoenix Contact

    Open control systems and open architectures aren’t the mainstream in the industrial sector, but maybe they should be.

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  • GreenWaves’ Ultra-Low Power GAP9 IoT Apps Processor Suits Intelligence at the Edge

    GreenWaves’ Ultra-Low Power GAP9 IoT Apps Processor Suits Intelligence at the Edge

    GAP9 lets OEMs embed machine learning and signal processing capabilities into battery-powered or energy-harvesting devices.

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  • STMicroelectronics Combines STM32 MCU and LoRa Transceiver on One SoC

    STMicroelectronics Combines STM32 MCU and LoRa Transceiver on One SoC

    STMicroelectronics introduced what it claims is the industry’s first LoRa system-on-chip (SoC). Previously, the LoRa device was a separate transceiver that connected to a microprocessor.

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  • Embedded Executives: Frédéric Thomas, VP of Technology, Kudelski IoT

    Embedded Executives: Frédéric Thomas, VP of Technology, Kudelski IoT

    In this week’s Embedded Executives podcast, I interviewed Frédéric Thomas, the Vice President of Technology for Kudelski IoT.

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  • SigmaDots Covers All Three Levels When Securing Industrial IoT Systems

    SigmaDots Covers All Three Levels When Securing Industrial IoT Systems

    OEMs often tout their “system approach” to design. In theory, this means that they look at the end application, and then design each aspect of the system to meet the needs of that application.

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  • TI’s Jacinto 7 Processors Enable Automotive ADAS and Gateway Applications

    TI’s Jacinto 7 Processors Enable Automotive ADAS and Gateway Applications

    Texas Instruments (TI) released a new series of microprocessors, the Jacinto 7 line. It was introduced at CES amid a series of demos.

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  • Sensory Does Voice Recognition Without the ‘Net

    Sensory Does Voice Recognition Without the ‘Net

    I’m not necessarily on board with the conspiracy theory folks who think that every enabled device in our home is out to get us.

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  • Wind River Simics Eases DevOps Pain While Upping Security

    Wind River Simics Eases DevOps Pain While Upping Security

    Do you need help with DevOps? Do you even know what the term means? If you’re developing for the embedded space, you need to understand this technology.

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