Friday 9/18


The Internet of Things (IoT), cloud, and machine learning have changed traditional retail scenarios, giving rise to connected retail that provides organizations with innovative opportunities to collect and examine data, and ensure successful business. A recent study by McKinsey estimates that the IoT in the retail industry will have an economical impact ranging from approximately $410 billion to $1.2 trillion per year by 2025.

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SensiML announced its SensiML Analytics Toolkit is now integrated with Google?s TensorFlow Lite for Microcontrollers.
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Lattice Semiconductor announced new versions of its MachXO3LF FPGAs for ideal deployment of robust automotive control applications.
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Texas Instruments released a custom version of the PSpice? simulator from Cadence Design Systems, enabling engineers the ability to simulate complex analog circuits. Included with this is unlimited analysis of the company?s power and signal-chain products.
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This week we?ll be giving away 9 of the Infineon XENSIV Sensors Getting Started Box IoT Development Kits for free, thanks to our sponsor Digi Key. Despite the kit being packed with 13 different pieces, the star of the show is the XMC1100 Boot Kit for Arduino. Obviously by the name, the XMC1100 is compatible with Arduino shields. But, it features so much more.

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