embedded world 2017: MEN Mikro's Modular Hardware Speeds Development in Safety-Critical Markets

Rich Nass, Embedded Computing Brand Director

At embedded world 2017, Embedded Computing Design Vice President Rich Nass visits with Vincent Barbier, Product Manager for MEN Mikro Elektronik at the company's booth (Hall 1, Booth 406). There, Vincent displays MEN Mikro's modular hardware solutions for safety-critical applications in the transportation and industrial markets.

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embedded world 2017: Pentair Takes Embedded System Design to the Next Level

Rich Nass, Embedded Computing Brand Director

Rich Nass of Embedded Computing Design speaks with Christian Ganninger of Pentair at embedded world 2017 Hall 3A, Booth 115 about, ho-hum, another integrated embedded system solution. Actually, as Ganninger explains, what Pentair has brought to the table with its chassis design is high-speed, power, and cooling with I/O that supports multiple modular add-on boards/components. Add in driver and software development, as well as global engineering support, and developers of industrial and networking-grade equipment will understand what sets these solutions apart.

embedded world 2017: Seeking ALPHA for Autonomous Drive Applications

Rich Nass, Embedded Computing Brand Director

At embedded world 2017, Milan Bjelica, UI/UX lead at RT-RK walks Rich Nass of Embedded Computing Design through a semi-autonomous driving demonstration (Hall 4, Booth 614) based on TDA2 chips from Texas Instruments and a software stack from RT-RK. Implemented in a mirror replacement application, Milan explains how the low-cost entry platform for advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), codenamed ALPHA, will enable innovation and scale in safety-critical autonomous drive applications.

embedded world 2017: Embedded Insiders Show Recap

Rich Nass, Embedded Computing Brand Director and Brandon Lewis, Technology Editor

Wrapping up embedded world 2017 from their hotel bar, the Embedded Insiders, Rich Nass and Brandon Lewis of Embedded Computing Design, discuss some of the highlights they saw on Day 3 of the show. While safety and security remained a big theme, Nass also had the opportunity to discuss advances in GE’s Predix platform with representatives from the company, which continues to position itself as a powerful tool for developers of Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) systems and applications.

embedded world 2017: Arobs Automotive Lane Departure Warning Keeps Collision Avoidance at Low Cost

Rory Dear, European Editor/Technical Contributor

At embedded world 2017, Hall 4, Booth 348, Arobs demonstrated a lane departure warning system based on a single camera, which serves to reduce the cost of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) in the automotive space.

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embedded world 2017: Basler Imaging Technology Expands Beyond Factory Courtesy Embedded Processing

Rich Nass, Embedded Computing Brand Director

Rich Nass of Embedded Computing Design met with Arndt Bake, Chief Marketing Officer for Basler AG at the company's booth at embedded world 2017 (Hall 2, Booth 258), where the two review how advances in embedded processing technology have made image processing pervasive in the embedded space. For its part, Basler provides imaging sensors that it has tailored for use on embedded processor boards that are now being integrated in applications beyond the factory, including sausage making.

embedded world 2017: Quanta EQL Hub Enables Wide Connectivity Options for Smart Home, Medical

Brandon Lewis, Technology Editor

Frank Redmer of Quanta continues his tour of the Quanta booth at embedded world 2017 (Hall 2, Booth 418), where he shows Embedded Computing Design's Technology Editor Brandon Lewis a variety of smart home solutions. Centered around the Quanta EQL Hub, smart home devices are able to link to the gateway via Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and infrared communications, with data then being carried to a cloud backend compatible with Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, and other major Internet of Things (IoT) cloud platforms. Find out more in the video below.

embedded world 2017: LDRA Tool Suite for Automotive Accelerates ISO 26262 Compliance

Rich Nass, Embedded Computing Brand Director

Jim McElroy, Vice President of Marketing at LDRA sat down with Rich Nass of Embedded Computing Design at booth 4A-531 at embedded world 2107. There, the two discussed the LDRA Tool Suite for Automotive, LDRA’s first industry-specific offering developed based on demand from automotive manufacturers and suppliers to address the requirements of ISO 26262 compliance. The suite includes a high level compliance management component that provides compliance support through product deployment, as well as static and dynamic code coverage tuned for the automotive market. Tune in as McElroy explains.

How to get a handle on TrustZone for ARMv8-M software development

Diya Soubra, Senior Product Manager, ARM

ARM TrustZone technology is a system-wide approach to security for system-on-chip (SoC) designs. It makes it possible to design in security, from the smallest microcontrollers, with TrustZone for Cortex-M processors, to high performance applications processors, with TrustZone technology for Cortex-A processors. It is hardware-based security built into the heart of CPUs and systems and used by semiconductor chip designers who want to provide security to devices, such as root of trust. TrustZone technology is available on any ARM Cortex-A based system, and now with…Continued...

Device management 101: Monitoring and securing IoT data and communications

Jamie Leland, Content Assistant

Whether collecting a simple room temperature reading or capturing a video frame for analysis, the Internet of Things (IoT) enables us to collect huge amounts of data for analysis then send out data in the form of commands or as human-readable data. The diversity of end devices makes this task difficult at best as it involves myriad data types and protocols. Join us on March 22 at 11 a.m. EDT for day two of Embedded University’s Device Management 101 series, entitled “ Monitoring and…Continued...


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