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Implementing edge AI: Look before you leap

Companies looking to adopt edge AI often find it to be a difficult challenge, but what makes it so difficult, and what solutions exist to…

3 tips for decreasing time spent debugging

There are a lot of potential changes that software development teams can make to decrease the time they spend debugging and get it into single-digit…

Ensuring security in wireless battery management systems

The full benefits of wireless battery management systems technology can only be achieved if system security can be assured from process to product. The challenges…

Eliminating level shifters in microcontroller applications: Design implementation

Here is a demonstration of how a MCU with a built-in multi-voltage I/O peripheral can be used without the need for external level shifters in…

An introduction to graph technology

Graph technology, in conjunction with other analytics technologies, can enable organizations to unlock deep insights from the enormous amount of data they already own.

Design

Ensuring security in wireless battery management systems

RISC-V-based research processor delivers low-power root of trust for edge applications

Researchers have designed an SoC architecture designed to provide security based on the hardware root of trust in an energy-efficient edge system to ensure authorized applications are executed.

Microchip offers single MCU with secure subsystem and Arm TrustZone

A single 32-bit MCU protects products and end user from remote or physical attacks on smart home devices, smartphone or tablet accessories, portable medical devices, wearables, connected appliances and industrial robots.

How to achieve better IoT security in Wi-Fi modules

A look at the architecture of Wi-Fi modules and the opportunities for designers to improve IoT device and network security by using the resources available in these modules.

Development

Battery test system upgrade speeds workflow

Vector signal generator enables digitally modulated signals to 67 GHz

With new options for maximum frequencies of 56 GHz and 67 GHz, Rohde & Schwarz said this dramatically raises the limits for generating wide bandwidth digitally modulated signals of high quality.

9 tips for better code coverage measurement

With the right approaches and suitable tools, measuring test coverage is possible without excessive effort. These practical tips can help you get started. Measuring code…

Don’t underestimate the humble streetlight

A mmWave smart repeater will plug into a streetlight’s photocell socket, leveraging the 360 million existing streetlights worldwide to enhance 5G and fixed wireless access…

Industry

Roads with built-in inductive charging accelerate e-mobility

Ensuring security in wireless battery management systems

The full benefits of wireless battery management systems technology can only be achieved if system security can be assured from process to product. The challenges…

Trends in automotive operating systems

Understanding automotive operating system perspectives is paramount to ensuring safe and reliable vehicles. An operating system (OS) is required to manage all hardware and software…

Battery test system upgrade speeds workflow

NI has recently launched release 3.0 of its latest Battery Test System (BTS) for electric vehicle testing and accelerating the time to market. The progressive…

Trends

Implementing edge AI: Look before you leap

Why train a 20–billion parameter AI model on a single device?

Cerebras’ wafer-scale engine has set the record for training the biggest AI models on a single chip. Why does it matter? Cerebras has shown off…

Roads with built-in inductive charging accelerate e-mobility

A recent pilot study project run in Italy has involved an innovative system of coils installed beneath the asphalt, which transfer energy to vehicles. A…

embedded news: Renesas to buy Reality AI to enhance AIoT, plus more

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