Embedded systems make our lives easier. These microprocessor-based small computer hardware systems with software are at the heart of most electronic devices from humble microwaves to complex weapon systems. Despite the technology having been around for more than 30 years, it’s always handy to have the key terms in one place for reference to brush up your memory or broaden your knowledge.
Ventilators, Vital Signs Monitors, PCR Equipment, ByteSnap Showcases Embedded Linux Projects - Press ReleaseMarch 02, 2021
ByteSnap Design, a specialist in embedded systems design and development, is exhibiting at this year's virtual Embedded World event, from 1 - 5 March 2021, alongside its EV charging division Versinetic.
"2020 Trends in Electronics Sourcing" report dives deep into the ways that COVID-19 has impacted the global supply chain, and the ramifications that has had on the engineering community.
Report Finds 88 Percent of U.K. Electronics Companies Will Recover from Pandemic in Less Than 12 Months - BlogJune 10, 2020
According to the report, 22 percent of respondents are not currently experiencing decreased sales activity, and a remarkable 88 percent estimate that sales benchmarks will recover within a year.
Award-winning embedded systems consultancy ByteSnap Design will showcase ?Smart Charging? solutions for electric vehicles (EVs) at the Engineering Design Show (EDS).
With standards-based Low-Power Wide-Area (LPWA technology), cellular networks can easily and cost-effectively be used for both high and low-bandwidth devices, considerably simplifying deployments.
When picking out parts for your custom electronics design, it can pay to check up-front for Linux driver support. Writing new drivers for unsupported hardware is time-consuming and introduces risk.