Embedded Toolbox: Secure IP through Production with Secure Thingz? Secure Desktop Provisioner - VideoDecember 15, 2020
In Part 3, Shawn helps us transition from the development environment and into production by creating fully-encrypted, trusted application packages using Secure Thingz' Secure Desktop Provisioner.
In this edition of the Embedded Insiders, Brandon and Rich discuss the semantics of AI and intelligent technology and what qualifies as a smart system these days.
The Arduino Oplà IoT Kit is an edge-to-cloud IoT system that’s backed by tons of helpful tutorials and getting-started projects that will have you partying in no time.
Some corners of the electronics universe go years or decades without a significant technology upgrade. Passive electronic components are a good example. Then there?s also embedded programmable logic.
Tune in as IAR Systems’ Global FAE Manager Shawn Prestridge shows how to spin up a secure boot manager on an NXP LPC5500 series development board with Arm TrustZone in less than 10 minutes.
One common denominator in the cybersecurity engineering challenge is that security engineering is typically approached as a separate, isolated development flow, which adds time, cost, and complexity.
Glow-compiled inputs exhibited a 3x frames/second performance improvement over TensorFlow/TensorFlow Lite, while the figure gives an idea of how efficient AOT compilation is compared to JIT compilers.
This week we will be giving away one CrossLink-NX Evaluation Board thanks to our friends at Lattice Semiconductor.
Now that neural nets are the algorithm of choice, AI development frameworks are maturing & first-gen AI processors are hitting the market, we face a stark realization: We have to deploy these things!
IoT Device Security Conference Goes Virtual, Featuring Presentations from IAR Systems, The Trusted Computing Group, Cypress, and More - Press ReleaseOctober 06, 2020
Technical Conference is Dedicated to Securing Today's Connected Devices, using AI/Machine Learning and other Techniques. Register for the Free Conference, Today.
Welcome to another edition of Dev Kit Weekly, where this week we?ll be reviewing and raffling off this GS-EVB-AUD-BUNDLE1-GS, an audio evaluation board from GaN Systems.
"We intend to expand Arm's licensing portfolio with access to NVIDIA's technology. Both our ecosystems will be enriched by this combination," NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang said in a Sunday press conference.
We'll make things better the second time around. A while back we reviewed the PowerFilm's Indoor Solar Development Kit, but this is the company's first with "inside-out" capability.
Is the RISC-V standard bearer ditching its heritage to become a design mercenary by using Arm? Or is this a longer-term play to help get RISC-V technology into SoCs so it can grow from there?
Prolifics Testing found that data analyst roles are most coveted by American engineers, and that Python education is more sought after than for any other programming language.
NXP Integrates Facebook's Glow Neural Network Compiler into eIQ ML Software Development Framework - BlogAugust 11, 2020
NXP combined the target-specific optimization capability of the Glow compiler with Arm Cortex-M and Cadence Tensilica HiFi 4 DSP neural network operator libraries within the eIQ IDE.
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Littelfuse Resettable Overcurrent Protection PPTCs Equip Small Surface-Mount Form Factor for High-Voltage Consumer Electronics - NewsAugust 06, 2020
Key features of the zeptoSMDC PPTCs include a small 0201 surface-mount package and the ability to reset to normal operation once a fault has cleared.
Khronos Group Launches OpenXR Adopter?s Program, Conformance Testing for Cross-Platform AR/VR API - NewsAugust 05, 2020
OpenXR is an open, industry standard API that enables the development and deployment of portable, cross-platform AR/VR (XR) runtimes.
The RA microcontroller ecosystem has expanded with security, machine learning, and other building block solutions from partners like Arm, Alibaba, IAR, Qeexo, Qt, Toshiba, and wolfSSL.
ONE Tech estimates that MicroAI Atom algorithms, which run recursive analysis and reside directly on target MCUs at the edge, reduce the cost of deploying endpoint intelligence by a minimum of 80%.