Recapping the 2020 Consumer Electronics Show

January 20, 2020 Brandon Lewis



In this episode of Embedded Insiders, Brandon and Rich review some of the highlights from the 2020 Consumer Electroncis Show (CES). Most notably, many embedded technology companies and organizations continue to embrace the world of open source, both within their product offerings and in the way they deliver products to market.

Later, Wensi Jin and Mark Corless of MathWorks take the wheel as the discussion turns to simulation in the automotive sector, where the emergence of AI, ADAS sensors, and autonomous driving technologies are driving more broad testing requirements than ever before.

Finally, Jean Labrosse turns his attention to a lack of proper software documentation in "Things That Annoy A Veteran Software Engineer."

Tune in.

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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

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