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Wednesday 8/19

 
?There Ain?t No Such Thing As A Free Lunch?. This does not just apply to a midday meal. There are few, if any, things in the world that are truly free. Although sometimes it can be challenging to uncover the true cost.
 
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Originally developed by Facebook, Glow generates optimized code from unoptimized neural networks, significantly reducing processing and memory requirements compared to just-in-time compilation.
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FIWARE Foundation, a non-profit driving the adoption of standards, announced a new partnership with accelerator companies Zabala Innovation Consulting and Gateway49. Per the Foundation, the partnerships formed in an effort to deliver technical expertise, help access funding, and offer business mentoring to startups and SMEs to develop innovative FIWARE-based smart solutions.
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Several thousand hours of training with millions of images and data are necessary to train a neural network that will later on assist a driver or even operate a vehicle autonomously. According to the company, the NVIDIA DGX POD not only reduces the time needed for this complex process, it also reduces the time to market for new technologies.
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According to the company, EcoXiP is one of the first NOR flash devices to support the Expanded Serial Peripheral Interface (xSPI) communication protocol, with concurrent read-while-write (RWW) capability. This enables higher transfer rates and lower latency for flash memory, offering advantages for over-the-air updates, and data logging.
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The Codasip Bk7 is a 64-bit processor core with a single in-order 7-stage pipeline, fully compliant with the RV64IMAFDC instruction set architecture (ISA). As with all Codasip Bk cores, the open RISC-V standard makes it possible to configure and extend the core to fit the customer's domain-specific needs.
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Working within the automotive industry, the R&S SMCV100B is suitable for end-of-line testing of radios and GNSS navigation equipment. Per a company press release, for Go/NoGo tests, the generator can output GPS, GLONASS, Galileo and BeiDou signals of a single navigation satellite. Predefined, time-limited I/Q sequences can be output for functional tests with fixed satellite positions.
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The app can deliver anomalous patterns, once identified, to on-premise human-machine interfaces. They can also be delivered to supervisory control and data acquisition systems.
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In this week?s edition of the Embedded Insiders, Brandon and Rich discuss all of the new programming languages that have entered the embedded universe. This is in large part due to the convergence that IoT has created between IT and embedded developers. Are we getting to the point where we won?t use C language anymore? Or is it here to stay for good?
 
 
As part of the program, the company is offering the BMI090L Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU), BMA490L accelerometer, and BMP390L barometric pressure sensor.
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IHP is a research and development institute focused on silicon-based systems, highest-frequency integrated circuits, and technologies for wireless and broadband communication.
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Telit?s modules, which have been certified, provide integration with Azure IoT hub through easy-to-easy AT commands. Integrators are able to use AT commands when the module is paired with an external MCU or, per the company, develop their own applications through the Azure IoT SDK when using the Telit module for on-board application development.
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One benefit of the open source RISC-V ISA is that it allows users to customize their processor IP for optimal implementation in domain-specific applications. With this benefit however comes the responsibility to verify any changes made to the processor IP for functional accuracy. Codasip and Metrics have teamed together to address this requirement by making RTL verification available in the Cloud directly from the Codasip SweRV Core Support Package.
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Ibeo?s flagship ibeoNEXT will be used in Great Wall vehicles to enable a highway pilot to drive semi-autonomously at Level 3. The ibeoNEXT solid-state LiDAR offers large detection range, high resolution, and large vertical angle.
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Applied Information has developed a Dual-Mode/Dual-Active Roadside Unit to communicate with vehicles equipped with V2X On Board Units (OBUs). The main use-cases are for emergency vehicles' traffic signal preemption, transit buses for traffic signal priority, and vehicles involved in roadside work zones.
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Infineon Technologies released the Smart Entrance Counter Solution, a discrete radar that counts individuals with the XENSIC 60GHz radar sensor and integrated software. The company developed the counter solution to help with social distancing in buildings and rooms.
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5G and new flip phone concepts are among the latest technologies and features that will further evolve the mobile device landscape. But where will our devices go next? Without a doubt, we are headed for much more than ?more of the same.?
 
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