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Wednesday 4/15

 
The coronavirus pandemic quickly overwhelmed the healthcare infrastructure of countries around the world. In the United States, for instance, the situation was exacerbated by the initial release of faulty test kits, which subsequently resulted in an inability to accurately screen potential patients for the disease.


However, there were also missed opportunities to pre-screen potential coronavirus carriers at ports of entry. Rather than surveying unsuspecting carriers about their recent travels, authorities like the Transportation Security Administration could have benefitted greatly from the use of AI-enabled computer vision technologies capable of detecting symptoms associated with COVID-19 ? such as fevers and abnormal respiratory patterns ? with high precision and in real time.
 
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Launched by the Barcelona Supercomputing Center (BSC), the European project "MareNostrum Experimental Exascale Platform," (MEEP) supports the goal of the European Union program EuroHPC to create competitive European technology integrated into future exascale supercomputers.
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BlackBerry Limited announced the launch of QNX Black Channel Communications Technology, a new software solution that OEMs and embedded software developers can use to ensure safe data communication exchanges within their safety-critical systems.
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Denchi Group announces the commercial availability of SLICE. Based on the company's Li-Ion battery technology, Denchi's SLICE is a scalable and adaptable energy storage solution.
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WITTENSTEIN high integrity systems (WHIS) and Arm announced the companies will continue their partnership by integrating WHIS into the Arm Functional Safety Partnership Program.
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Laird Connectivity has announced a new flexible multi-wireless gateway for bridging LoRaWAN devices to the cloud. The Sentrius RG191 + LTE Gateway is a LoRaWAN-enabled gateway version that now provides Wi-Fi, Ethernet, and Cellular in one solution.
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Wibu-Systems is delivering a key element in the process, a free license container that lives in the cloud and can hold multiple licenses for all home office workers, the CodeMeter Cloud.
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The purpose of the new program gives non-LoRa Alliance members to receive LoRaWAN device certification. Full protocol testing, interoperability, an RF performance are included in the program.
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Spirent Communications announced the release of SimHIL, an integrated hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) testing software API for Spirent GNSS simulators. The testing software promotes Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) signal simulation with low latency to automotive industry HIL testbeds.
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u?blox announced it has acquired IoT Communication?as?a-Service provider, Thingstream. Thingstream provides IoT connectivity solutions using the industry standard MQTT protocol.
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L?hnert Elektronik is integrating the R&S QAR Quality Automotive Radome Tester from Rohde & Schwarz into its new end-of-line test benches for automotive radomes.
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As SEGGER strengthens its position within the RISC-V instruction set architecture, the company announced its J-Link probes deliver support for the new SiFive Insight debug/trace solution. The support includes SiFive's latest Nexus-based trace implementation.
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Barcelona Supercomputing Center (BSC) began a new project called AMPERE. It is a model-driven development framework for parallel and energy-efficient computation supporting multi-criteria optimization.
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Laird Connectivity launched its new multi-wireless Sentrius IG60-BL654 gateway for secure and reliable connectivity from Bluetooth sensors to the cloud.
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IAR Systems announced its security tool C-Trust is now supporting the Arm Cortex-M33 based LPC55S6x MCUs from NXP Semiconductors. The MCUs will assist companies in easing the implementation of security in their applications.
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Eurotech released the BoltGATE 20-31, a new family of Modular IoT Edge Gateway. The family provides a modular solution that addresses the challenges of applications for smart transportation.
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STMicroelectronics released the IIS3DWB, a new vibration-sensing solution for maintenance of factory equipment
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With the proliferation of the Internet of Things (IoT), a multitude of wirelessly connected devices have entered the market. While electrical power cords are no longer required, the use of batteries is still a continued challenge in the market today. It is predicted there will be more than 35 billion connected IoT devices worldwide by 2023.
 
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