Modern SoCs are so powerful and complex that it’s difficult to extract all of their speed and performance on an embedded module that can get you to market quickly. In most cases, your best bet is to turn to an expert.
Size, weight, and power consumption make it difficult to get data center-class AI performance to industrial machine vision, in-vehicle computing, and intelligent security and surveillance (ISS) applications at the edge. Enter the 105 mm x 190 mm x 360 mm Cincoze GP-3000.
Based on Solid Sands’ SuperTest library test and validation suite, SuperGuard was designed as a requirements-centric test solution for the C90 and C99 libraries that is closely aligned with the ISO C specification.
The Trusted Computing Group’s (TCG’s) Trusted Platform Module 2.0 (TPM 2.0) specification provides the foundation for building hardware-based cryptographic processing functions into modern-day electronic systems. But where do you go from there?
Increased demand for functionality in Industry 4.0 and 5.0 environments means that embedded systems are becoming more complex. And as system capabilities grow, a single processor often won’t cut it. So Texas Instruments keeps adding others.
How do you get more graphics performance into harsh edge environments?
The AECX-TGL0 from Litemax Electronics Inc. is a 146 mm x 102 mm industrial computer designed for computing at the edge. The single board computer (SBC) comes equips either a 10th generatation Intel® Celeron® processor with superb multitasking abilities or 11th generation Intel® Core™ i7/i5/i3 Tiger Lake-UP3 mobile SoC with integrated Intel® Iris Xe-LP Graphics that provides up to 96 execution units.
Intrusion detection and prevention systems (IDPS) can be described as advanced firewalls that help guard against both internal and external network-borne threats. They are usually deployed in the context of an entire network. But what about detecting and preventing an intrusion on an individual device, like a connected embedded or IoT system?
Is your company headed back to the office? If so, you’ll need to be ready to take phone calls.
Do you know where to start when selecting a modem for your next cellular-enabled IoT device design? You do now.
What’s the most secure, reliable type of software you can think of? The software running on aircraft is certainly at the top of the list.
Most embedded designs have a similar starting point – sitting down to write code. Obviously, we’re not writing line by line like the old days, and the reason for that is development tools have done such a good job at automating that process.
One of the biggest advantages of IoT devices is that they can be updated remotely post-deployment. Of course, those update mechanisms have to be secure.
Scottsdale, AZ – February 2nd, 2021 – embedded world, the largest global gathering of embedded designers, developers and technology companies, today announced a new partnership with Embedded Computing.
Embedded Toolbox: A Wireless Hotspot for Your Vehicle with MultiTech’s MultiConnect® rCell 600 - VideoJanuary 06, 2021
Today, Quant is back with another connectivity solution which is MultiTech’s MultiConnect® rCell 600 series, a CBRS Multi-Interface Industrial Router that can turn vehicles like school buses.
Looking for a kit that lets you aggregate sensor data from the edge and visualize it in the cloud in minutes? Check out the MultiTech QuickStart AWS IoT Core for LoRaWAN® kit.
The STEVAL-PTOOL1V is one of two industrial-grade development boards from STMicroelectronics designed for use in low-voltage, brushless power tools.
Today, Quant is back with another connectivity solution that provides users with even more connectivity, scalability, coverage, and enterprise management for infrastructure deployments.
The small form factor module is designed for use in applications for autonomous vehicles, digital surveillance, transportation, Mil/COTS, industrial automation, and medical diagnostics.
One part of the puzzle is to equip the food or pharmaceutical processing facility with the ability to provide smart hygiene control using special panel computers or box computers.
You would think that security would be a good thing. However, that’s not always the case. In fact, almost 50% of developers say that security hampers their design, making for longer times to market.