Interfacing IoT with embedded using Node.js, part 2: GPIO

Michael Schmidt

In " Interfacing IoT with embedded using Node.js, part 1 ," we introduced the npm package ts7680-demo-server . We will continue to examine this package in the next three installments, after which we tie it all together with a web page that provides a user interface for controlling a Technologic Systems TS-7680 board . Let's look at how we implement GPIO support. The TS-7680 uses the standard sysfs interface for controlling GPIOs, so the package to support GPIO will work on any board using…Continued...

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Jamie Leland

Learn how to design safe, secure, and reliable IoT critical infrastructure systems in day one of Embedded University’s three-day online course, Designing Safe and Secure IoT Systems for Critical Infrastructure, taking place Tuesday, September 26 at 11 a.m. EDT. There's no way around it; as a software developer, system engineer, or system architect, you're going to encounter design complexity when developing safe, secure, and reliable IoT systems for today's critical infrastructure. This class, led by Charles J. Lord, PE, President and Chief Trainer at…Continued...

BrainChip releases Xilinx-based neural network acceleration board for object recognition, surveillance

ECD Staff

BrainChip has released the BrainChip Accelerator, an 8-lane PCIe expansion board that is capable of delivering a 6x increase in the speed and accuracy of object recognition functions in BrainChip Studio software. In tandem, the BrainChip accelerator supports 16 simultaneous video channels per card, and can be deployed in existing video surveillance systems without requiring updated power supplies or thermal management equipment. The BrainChip Accelerator consists of six neuromorphic cores in a Xilinx Kintex Ultrascale FPGA. Each BrainChip Accelerator core performs user-defined image scaling,…Continued...

Mobiveil and Crossbar partner to apply NVMe SSD IP to ReRAM IP blocks

ECD Staff

Mobiveil, Inc. and Crossbar, Inc. have partnered to apply Mobiveil’s PCIe to NVMe solid state drive (SDD) IP to Crossbar ReRAM IP blocks. The companies are collaborating on a ReRAM-based SSD design that will support 512-bit I/O operations per second at below 10 µs latency, allowing the solution to provide faster access times for frequently accessed data center information. Crossbar ReRAM technology can be integrated in standard 40 nm CMOS logic or produced as a standalone memory chip to deliver byte-alterable, erase-free operation that…Continued...

Intel Atom C3000-based COM Express Type 7 server-on-modules released by congatec

ECD Staff

congatec’s multicore conga-B7AC COM Express Type 7 server on modules are based on the Intel Atom C3000 (Denverton) processor, and consume as little as 11 W. The processor modules provide up to 4 x 10 GbE interfaces; 20 PCIe lanes (12x PCIe Gen 3.0, 8x PCIe Gen 2.0); are deployable in -40 ºC to +85 ºC operating ranges; and support up to 16 cores. The passively cooled conga-B7AC modules are deployment-ready for redundant, virtualized, and real-time communications applications that require high uptime and low…Continued...

Redefining driving experiences with data

Kyle Walworth, GENIVI Alliance

In recent years, the amount of software found in modern connected vehicles has increased dramatically and a typical vehicle may have as many as 100 million lines of code in its systems. As in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) systems have gone from a luxury feature to more of standard offering for most vehicles, they have become critical elements for product differentiation. The current generation of users, who are used to the fast paced consumer electronics market, have much higher expectations of connected experiences where their devices…Continued...

AI isn't coming. It’s already here.

Ray Alderman VITA Standards Organization

Now hear this: AI, or artificial intelligence, is going to take over. In fact, I could make the argument that it already has. AI breaks down to machine learning, and under that, deep learning. AI is third biggest change in the history of military warfare, after gunpowder and nuclear weapons. There are both software and hardware versions of AI; software is slow and hardware is much faster and more elegant). Intel, ARM, Movidius, IBM, Google, Amazon, Facebook, the Catholic Church, Planned Parenthood, and the…Continued...

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