TI releases MCU family for cost-sensitive power control applications

Jamie Leland

Texas Instruments (TI) has released its C2000 F28004x MCU family, designed for power-control in cost-sensitive applications such as on-board chargers for electric vehicles (EVs), inverters for motor control, and ind... Continued...

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Four IoT sensors for industrial automation solutions

Nitin Amlani, Embitel Technologies

Humans have made tremendous advancements in industrial machinery and equipment. The focus now is on making these machines and devices smart for improved productivity, accuracy, and ROI. The Internet of Things (IoT) ... Continued...

Harvest energy for your IoT platform

Troy Davis, EnOcean

The IoT combines input data, processing resources, and actuators to enable new applications. Delivering relevant input data is therefore a central requirement. For developers, energy harvesting wireless sensors are ... Continued...

Human augmentation could make super humans a reality

Khusro Khan, Xpodence Research

Human augmentation, or human 2.0, is usually used to denote technologies that enhance human efficiency or capability, often in the form of implants or wearables. Within the greater group of human augmentation techno... Continued...

HBM2 powers the next generation of high bandwidth applications

Rich Nass

Image courtesy of Open-Silicon Recent advances in HBM2 are setting the stage for new uses cases in high bandwidth applications. Not only can HBM2 achieve faster data rates across more channels, which equates to hig... Continued...

Optimized IoT-ready solution for machine vision and physical security

ECD Staff

  The LEC-2137 is an I/O rich IoT-ready industrial box PC powered by Intel Celeron N3350 or Atom x7-E3950 (codenamed Apollo Lake). The LEC-2137, measured at 198 by 57 ... Continued...


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