IoT Design
 

Thursday 6/7

 
In the last two years, two of the cornerstones of the independent embedded software market have been swallowed whole by IoT companies.
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The AIoT is an extension of edge computing, and its promise and potential cannot be overstated. However, we face an immediate challenge in getting deep learning and analytics capabilities into AIoT devices at the network edge.
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Version 5.1 of the Bluetooth Core Specification formalizes directional capabilities of Bluetooth proximity solutions, with the goal of providing improved accuracy for Bluetooth-based real-time location systems (RTLS). But fully functioning AoD solution require the participation of OS vendors
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The OpenHW Group will drive availability of open-source processor IP implementations for engineers designing high-volume production SoCs through solutions like CORE-V RISC-V cores.
 
The first release includes a series of blueprints that define the stack for a diverse range of IoT edge use cases, but are still compatible with the single, common framework.
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Uncertainty still remains around the use of eSIM or iSIM cards and how NB-IoT and LTE-M will be folded into 5G standards.
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Dialog Semiconductor launched its FC9000, which is aimed toward battery-powered IoT devices including smart door locks, video monitoring systems, smart thermostats, and wireless sensors allowing direct connectivity to Wi-Fi networks.
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In this episode, we discuss the Bleeding Edge. What is it? What does it mean for the future of semiconductors? Is it actually conceivable or can we put it in the category of science fiction?
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