Cars, Code, and ConferenCES 2023
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by Embedded Computing Design
1w ago
On this episode of the Embedded Insiders, the weary team recounts their adventures at the recent CES show in Las Vegas. From software-defined vehicles to the Matter interoperability standard and everything in between, Brandon, Rich, and Associate Editor Tiera Oliver discuss their favorite show trends that will shape the tech world of tomorrow. To read more about CES 2023, check out the “Floored: CES 2023 Slideshow Recap” series on embeddedcomputing.com. Now, Tiera is joined by Pedro Lopez-Estepa, Director of Automotive at Real-Time Innovations to discuss the adoption of Software-Defined Vehic ..read more
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RISC-V on the Final Frontier
Embedded Insiders
by Embedded Computing Design
1M ago
On this Episode of Embedded Insiders we’re joined by Founder and CTO of Croquet, David Smith, to discuss the company’s Portals technology which is designed to securely connect 3D, web-based spaces where developers from different parties can link their virtual worlds together. Next, we’re highlighting a collaboration between the European Space Agency, Cobham Advanced Electronic Solutions, Skylabs, and the University of Maribor in Slovenia, who are making use of open-source RISC-V processor technology for mission-specific applications, like the TRISAT-R nanosatellite, and software functions. Bu ..read more
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Rearchitecting Software in Safety-Critical Systems
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by Embedded Computing Design
1M ago
On this episode of Embedded Insiders, Brandon is joined by Grant Courville, Vice President of Products and Strategy for Automotive and Mission Critical IoT at BlackBerry QNX, to discuss autonomous vehicle regulations, standards for safety-critical systems, and how technologies like BlackBerry’s safe and secure QNX Hypervisor have progressed into the automotive sector.  Next, we’re back with the next installment of DevTalk with Rich and Vin, featuring Embedded Computing Design’s EVP and Brand Director, Rich Nass, and Embedded Systems Expert, Vin D'Agostino. This time the two are discussing ..read more
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Making Industrial IoT Interoperable on Ethernet TSN
Embedded Insiders
by Embedded Computing Design
2M ago
On this episode of Embedded Insiders, we’re speaking with Tom Burke, Global Strategic Advisor for the CC-Link Partner Association (CLPA) about the CC-Link IE TSN, the latest open industrial network TSN which enables deterministic communication on a single network architecture. For more information on the CC Link Partner Association and how you can get started with TSN technology, visit cc-link.org Next, we’re introducing a new series in our podcast called Dev Talk with Rich and Vin, featuring our EVP and Brand Director Rich Nass and Embedded Systems Expert, Vin D'Agostino. This week the two a ..read more
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How eSIMs Help Distributed Renewable Energy Grids Find their Identity
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3M ago
On this episode of Embedded Insiders, we’re joined by Liron Ben Horin, VP of Systems Engineering at OneLayer, to discuss the security vulnerabilities affecting devices connected through 5G and LTE in manufacturing environments, and how OneLayer, a company providing enterprise-grade security to private LTE/5G networks, can help. Then, I’m highlighting the collaboration between Kigen, an eSIM technology provider, and Energy Web, a global non-profit developing open source solutions that leverage decentralized technologies to promote clean energy. Paul Bradley, Director of Strategy and Innovation ..read more
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The CHIPS Act Passed. Now What?
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6M ago
On this episode, the Insiders and Jonathan Cobb, CEO of Ayla Networks, take a closer look at the long-discussed Matter standard from smart home connectivity - how far it will go, and when it will go. Next, Sharon Brizinov, Director of Security Research at Claroty, reveals the details of CVE-2022-1161, a cybersecurity vulnerability discovered in some Rockwell Automation Logix Controllers. Then, associate editor Tiera Oliver, in light of the CHIPS Act receiving bipartisan approval in both houses of Congress, provides a bit of context around the CHIPS Act, and what potential costs and benefits it ..read more
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Verifying the CHIPS Act and Emerging Security Standards
Embedded Insiders
by Embedded Computing Design
7M ago
On this episode, the Insiders are joined by Andreas Kuehlmann, Executive Chairman and CEO of Cycuity, formerly known as Tortuga Logic, to discuss the importance of security at the chip level amidst the release of new standards and recent government involvement in the semiconductor industry via the much-talked-about CHIPS Act. Then, assistant editor Taryn Engmark dives under the sea to explore how a small U.K.-based company is standing against global warming by creating artificial coral reef structures as a means to halt coastal erosion around the globe. But first, Brandon and Rich tackle the ..read more
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Leveling Up: Securing New Chips & Manufacturing Designs for an Ever-Evolving Ecosystem
Embedded Insiders
by Embedded Computing Design
7M ago
On this episode, the Insiders are joined by Andreas Kuehlmann, Executive Chairman and CEO of Cycuity, formerly known as Tortuga Logic, to discuss the importance of security at the chip level amidst the release of new standards and recent government involvement in the semiconductor industry via the much-talked-about CHIPS Act. Then, assistant editor Taryn Engmark dives under the sea to explore how a small U.K.-based company is standing against global warming by creating artificial coral reef structures as a means to halt coastal erosion around the globe. But first, Brandon and Rich tackle the ..read more
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The Problem with the CHIPS Act, Part 1
Embedded Insiders
by Embedded Computing Design
8M ago
On this episode of the Embedded Insiders, Brandon and Rich discuss whether the IoT is “newer” than M2M or connected embedded, or has the name just changed while the definition remains the same? Perhaps it’s not new, it’s just moved to the edge and adopted “new” capabilities. Later, Brandon and Rich are joined by John Costello, Corporate Vice President of Government Affairs at Microchip Technology, to discuss the state-of-the-art vs. the state-of-the-practice and which of the two the U.S. government should be funding. The decision is all wrapped up in a piece of legislation known as the CHIPS A ..read more
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Enabling The Next Generation: Safety-Critical APIs & Ultrasound Sensors
Embedded Insiders
by Embedded Computing Design
10M ago
On this episode of Embedded Insiders, Brandon and Rich recap a recent visit to DesignCon 2022, where Brandon highlights one of the embedded engineering industry’s rising stars, the Compute Express Link open standard. Next, Neil Trevett, President of the Khronos Group, joins the Insiders to discuss the recent release of Vulkan SC 1.0, a new specification based off of the Vulkan 1.2 API made specifically for the needs of safety-critical applications. Finally, ECD Associate Editor Tiera Oliver is joined by Xavier Rottenberg, scientific director for the OMUS project and Imec fellow, to discuss I ..read more
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