Editor-in-Chief

Embedded Computing Design

Brandon is responsible for guiding content strategy, editorial direction, and community engagement across the Embedded Computing Design ecosystem. A 10-year veteran of the electronics media industry, he enjoys covering topics ranging from development kits to cybersecurity and tech business models. Brandon received a BA in English Literature from Arizona State University, where he graduated cum laude. He can be reached at [email protected]

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Consumer

BeBop Sensors brings sensor fabric from musical origins into the "quantified self" - Other

February 05, 2015

Another wearable tech vendor to emerge in recent months is BeBop Sensors (www.bebopsensors.com), a company that CEO Keith McMillen founded, strangely...

Consumer

Smartphones and smart socks make big strides in wearable textiles - Other

February 05, 2015

In late 2014 I had the opportunity to meet with Davide Vigano, Co-Founder and CEO of wearable technology company Sensoria (www.sensoriainc.com). Unlik...

Open Source

How the newest IoT spec is more than, well, just another spec - Other

January 30, 2015

Another IoT standards group? Say it ain't so! But in this quick Q&A, Samsung's Guy Martin and David McCall of Intel explain how the Open Interconnect...

IoT

Deconstructing the hype machine: Data analytics key differentiator for IoT - Other

January 28, 2015

When I pulled up a chair next to Gartner's Paul O'Donovan at the 2015 International CES earlier this year, one of the first things he said to me was,...

Open Source

Open-source MEMS initiative seeks to reduce barriers to sensor development - Other

January 23, 2015

Whether working with a single input or fusing data from multiple sources, getting sensors to work in real-world systems can be a daunting task for the...

Consumer

Floored: 2015 International CES - Other

January 13, 2015

Slide show -- When you take off in Phoenix and land in Las Vegas, the only indicators that you've actually gone anywhere are the flashing lights and r...

Consumer

Who needs Oculus? PNI puts sensor fusion to work in "poor man's" virtual reality - Other

January 13, 2015

Here was another pretty awesome showcase - a piece of card-board and a Nexus 5 phone that coalesced into a virtual reality platform. Okay, it's not ex...

Processing

Spansion sees synergies from Cypress merger - Other

January 13, 2015

Always one of my better meetings on the conference circuit, Tom Sparkman of Spansion got right into his company's re-cent merger with fellow semicondu...

Consumer

Texas Instruments Takes the Next Step in Wearables - Other

January 13, 2015

Another look at auto and the IoT came from TI, who leveraged sensor fusion technology for a couple of active safety demonstrations and took wearables...

Automotive

QNX concept cars project an ADAS/IVI future - Video

January 13, 2015

Hands down one of the coolest booths I visited while at CES, QNX Software had two vehicles on display that were retrofit-ted with their latest technol...

Processing

NXP advances 77 GHz and the plug n' play smart home - Other

January 13, 2015

NXP Semiconductor occupied a portable in the show's central plaza, and inside I found out why. The company was exhibit-ing a range of technology, from...

Open Source

Open Interconnect Consortium adds interoperability to the Internet of Things - Other

January 13, 2015

A few months back when I first heard about the formation of the Open Interconnect Consortium (OIC) I thought to myself, "Do we really need another IoT...

IoT

Open Interconnect Consortium adds interoperability to the Internet of Things - Other

January 13, 2015

A few months back when I first heard about the formation of the Open Interconnect Consortium (OIC) I thought to myself, "Do we really need another IoT...

Processing

ST surges in automotive and wearables - Other

January 13, 2015

Okay, this briefing actually happened the day before CES officially opened to the public, but I'm sure you'll give me a pass. Bob Krysiak went through...

IoT

Edge Management System missing link in IoT chain? - Other

December 11, 2014

Earlier this week, Wind River announced a new platform for Internet of Things (IoT) device management, the Wind River Edge Management System. The clou...

IoT

Edge Management System missing link in IoT chain? - Other

December 11, 2014

Earlier this week, Wind River announced a new platform for Internet of Things (IoT) device management, the Wind River Edge Management System. The clou...

IoT

Full circle with Jeremy Rifkin's "The Zero Marginal Cost Society" - Other

December 01, 2014

The IoT is set to usher in an unprecedented age of economic efficiency and drive marginal costs of goods and services down to nearly zero.

Security

Think like a hacker for IoT security - Other

November 25, 2014

With so many endpoints in the IoT, security can no longer be an afterthought. This requires a built-in approach to security from the ground up, and ne...

Open Source

Sensor development got you down? New open-source algorithm community accelerates dev time - Other

November 06, 2014

For most companies, the worst part about designing a sensor system is the algorithms. You usually have to start the most common algorithm development...

Processing

UWB is back ... this time for IoT location-based services - Other

October 15, 2014

The last I remember of ultra-wideband (UWB) technology was a few years back when Tzero Technologies followed fellow UWB champions WiQuest and Focus En...

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