Internet of things (IoT) devices have become the largest driver of semiconductor revenue, with wireless communication, automotive, and artificial intelligence products following in short order.
AI is not only used for path planning and obstacle avoidance, but incorporated in every step of development from modeling how systems will perform on the road to gathering parts for manufacturing.
Siemens announced it has acquired UltraSoC Technologies, a Cambridge, UK-based provider of instrumentation and analytics solutions.
Using Siemens PAVE360 with Arm automotive IP, automakers and suppliers can simulate and verify sub-system and system on chip (SoC) designs.
Increasingly, embedded software developers are realizing that dynamic memory allocation is fraught with problems.
Claroty, an industrial cybersecurity company, announced it will be implementing its Continuous Threat Detection (CTD) solution with Siemens Mobility Data Capture Unit (DCU).
LDRA tool suite integration featuring bidirectional traceability automates impact analysis and enables Polarion users to reduce the cost of compliance with safety-critical standards.