Guest Blogs

  • What’s Protecting Your Power Supply?

    Be sure your system is protected against power-supply faults as well as the complementary scenario.

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  • Efficient Testing Techniques for Optimal RF Performance of IoT Products

    The complex architecture of IoT systems and their unique characteristics mandate various types of tests across all system components.

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  • Choosing the Right Computer for Forklift Automation

    To optimize efficiency and flexibility of warehouse operations, modern forklifts are equipped with RFID tags and readers to identify load, and sensors to monitor speed and detect load weight.

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  • How do I Choose an Embedded Operating System?

    The first thing to decide is whether you actually need an OS at all. If you have sufficient CPU power, the answer is probably yes. For a complex application, this conclusion is fairly obvious.

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  • Thread Synchronization in Linux and Windows Systems, Part 1

    This article will be useful for those who have never programmed applications with multiple threads but plan to do so in the future.

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  • Design Secrets for Better HMIs, Revealed

    A new generation of human machine interfaces (HMIs) has thus emerged that is far more compelling and offers enhanced user experiences.

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  • Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in a Startup Eco-System

    AI software is anticipated to create substantial societal value and business opportunities. Start-ups are focusing on the process and delivery of AI services and products with mature service offerings

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  • Why the Security Market is Taking a Closer Look at the Use of Radar Sensors as Opposed to the Popular Passive Infrared (PIR)

    Radar technology is an excellent contender to PIR, as it offers added capabilities. PIR has certain limitations that are not desirable in the security market for which radar detection can overcome.

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  • 10 Points to Consider When Investing in Enterprise VR

    Not all enterprise VR systems are created equally, and as such, there are several technical points that companies looking to invest in VR should consider before finalizing their decision.

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  • How Many Technologies Does It Take to Turn on a Light Bulb?

    I’m going to start this column with something potentially controversial: the home network has taken a step back with the introduction of IoT technology.

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  • Self-Assessment: A Necessity for Design Readiness

    Self-assessment occurs by walking the customer through product strategies, value propositions, technology stacks, and how to execute on them.

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  • SmartServer IoT Creates a Bridge Between Legacy Building Automation and Smart Building Innovation

    The SmartServer IoT edge server overcomes a critical deficiency in the earlier generation gateways that were first deployed to connect building automation environments.

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  • Blockchain Phones: Securing a New Frontier

    Blockchain Phones: Securing a New Frontier

    This has implications for general embedded and IoT device security, because it may create demand for more advanced security features in tens of millions of low-cost mobile devices.

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  • How to Explain Flash in a Way Everyone Can Understand

    It’s time to help everyone appreciate flash memory and controllers. Here’s how to explain it in a way everyone can understand.

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  • IoT Based Smart Traffic Signal Monitoring Using Vehicle Count

    Traffic optimization is achieved using IoT platforms for efficient utilization of allocating varying times to all traffic signals according to the amount of vehicles on the road.

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  • ‘IoT-ing’ in Varied Industries Becoming a Global Sensation

    In order to stay parallel to IoT trends, it is essential for every startup, small or large-scale company and even for the consumers to explore the recent IoT developments in varied industries.

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  • Serverless Multi-Tier Architecture on AWS

    In such architecture, an application is developed and distributed in more than one layer. The number of layers depend on business requirements but three tier architecture is a preferred choice.

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  • Don’t Save Your Security Until the End

    Security needs to be front of mind at this early juncture (emphasis on “needs”). This discussion must occur before your actual design starts, which is a common mistake in the embedded sector.

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  • How Wi-Fi Mesh Networks Are Reshaping Smart Home Designs

    This article will expand on currently the most popular wireless vehicle for mesh networks: Wi-Fi.

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  • Evolution of Embedded FPGA From Aerospace, Networking and Communications to Artificial Intelligence and More

    This article will review the various generations of eFPGA, ending with the current features available today.

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