A roundtable discussion among some of the industry experts who write for Embedded.com and Embedded Systems Design and participate as instructors and advisory board members for the Embedded Systems Conferences. An outspoken crew, they'll weigh in on any controversial issue that even remotely touches on embedded systems development. In their debut effort, they offer their opinions of electronic voting technology.
There's a sense that evaluating processor chips based on their instruction sets is a waste of time. Most programmers don't know or care about the differences. Is that an accurate reflection of reality? Have high-level languages made CPU chips generic and interchangeable? Read what our stable of experts has to say. Read More
ASIMO, Sony's humanoid robot -- think of him as a short, non-sentient C3P0 -- is a crowd-pleaser, but what is he good for? Our stable of embedded experts ponders this, as well as what kind of robots and computing might be truly useful to humanity. Read More
Some people seem to think that electronic voting is less trustworthy than paper-based balloting. Can technology save us from ourselves? In this new Embedded.com feature, a panel of experts sorts it all out. Read More
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