Embedded Computing Design Newsletters
The only daily newsletter in the embedded industry, delivering fresh content to nearly 40,000 engineers in the form of design articles, blogs, and news. Diverse coverage and real-time personalization (RTP) ensure engineers from every development niche stay up-to-date with the latest technology trends and solutions.
The industry?s most comprehensive source for Internet of Things development, featuring four different topics per month. Subscribers are immersed in embedded chips, kits, and development tools that support IoT development; short- and long-range wireless solutions; advances in machine learning and artificial intelligence; as well as topics of interest to the Industrial IoT community, such as security.
The Automotive Embedded Systems monthly newsletter navigates key issues on the road to autonomous driving, such as advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), vehicle-to- everything (V2X) connectivity, infotainment, automotive cybersecurity, and more. These are supported by ongoing analysis of functional safety standards and regulations to help accelerate next-generation vehicle designs.
The Embedded Europe monthly newsletter addresses distinct trends in the EMEA electronics engineering market. In addition tracking transportation and rail, industrial, Industry 4.0, test and measurement, medical, and aerospace and defense, Embedded Europe features in-depth coverage of industry events such as Embedded World, electronica, SPS Drives, the National Electronics Show, and more.
Embedded Computing Design?s Monthly E-letter delivers the latest articles, blogs, and news for electronics engineers, with topics ranging from embedded processors and software development tools to IoT and cybersecurity design strategies to vertical coverage of industries such as industrial, medical, and automotive.
The Rise (Not Fall!) of the Smart Cane & Crutch
Software-Defined Verification and Validation Environment for Complex SoCs
Silex, Crypto Quantique Partner to Create End-to-End IoT Security Solution
The Most Technical Time of the Year
Renesas Develops Automotive SoC Functional Safety Technologies for CNN Accelerator Cores and ASIL D Control