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To turn off a Raspberry Pi you don’t just “pull the plug.” You need to actually shut it down in the same way as a PC. To turn it back on you need to disconnect then plug it back in, which is annoying.
Risk is one of the most overlooked aspects of product management. Despite this, risks are real, and they are part of all the products that you will develop and manage.
Information security today is one of the main priorities within many organizations. This is especially true for enterprises whose ventures, in one way or another, are associated with data
Until the release of the Jetson Xavier NX Development Kit, teams looking to determine if the module was a good fit for their project were required to use the AGX Xavier Development Kit with a patch.
We are now living in the craziest of times, certainly the craziest of my lifetime, and likely yours. Obviously, I’m referring to the COVID-19 pandemic, and all the issues that’s it brings with it.
Crises tend to leave permanent social change in their wake. We still seek human interaction, but the boundaries of what is acceptable shift.
Collecting all possible data and storing them in the cloud in the hopes that they will later be evaluated, analyzed, and structured is still a widespread, but not particularly effective approach.
You’ve heard it many times before: AI and machine learning (ML) are moving to the Edge of the IoT. The reasons for such have been discussed numerous times, so I won’t go through it again.
Organizations with a large percentage of employees working from home have faced challenges in scaling to support the surge in remote workers.
COVID-19 underscores the need for software companies to take an aggressive, integrated, and comprehensive approach to license compliance and piracy challenges.
Contrary to what you might expect, bringing facial recognition capabilities to computers doesn’t require high-end hardware.
Headend systems for receiving, processing and distributing HD A/V content over cable TV networks have very different demands. In response, West Pond has designed modular edge-based headend systems
Increasingly, embedded software developers are realizing that dynamic memory allocation is fraught with problems.
PC/104 started in 1987, so it’s valid to ask why someone would be using it in 2020 – especially in a world where consumer electronics have us expecting the latest and greatest every year.
LoRa devices and the LoRaWAN protocol offer a highly versatile and lower power solution that enables a wide portfolio of applications for indoor and outdoor asset management.
Facing rapidly changing industrial environments, and various applications, customization services are necessary to suit different requirements.
Sensor-enabled technology is at the heart of exciting innovation in the retail, smart city, and industrial sectors.
Businesses that do not have cloud infrastructure in place are facing challenges in pursuing reliable IT infrastructure, security requirements, and compliance constraints, to name a few.
If you haven’t caught on to the 5G craze yet, I’d assume you’re living under a rock. In the embedded tech world, talk of a 5G-filled future comes up in about every conversation, in one way or another.
Wincomm, a leading medical and industrial computer provider, announced the release of the Explosion Proof Panel PC, WTPE series, built to suit for hazardous environments