Embedded Computing Design E-letter - January 2015
 

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Connecting Silicon, Software, and Strategies for Intelligent Systems
E-letter January 2015
Windows CE Development for RISC Computers Made Easy
By Sealevel Systems, Inc.
Many Windows developers just aren't sure what's involved with programming for Windows CE.
Opening up multicore implementation tools
Interview with Markus Levy, The Multicore Association
Multicore implementation challenges are still widespread, and designers continue to struggle to come up with solutions in part due to the prevalence of proprietary tools and interfaces.
Securing data on connected embedded devices
By Warren Kurisu and Felix Baum, Mentor Graphics
Embedded software developers are quickly gaining the tools and technology to design safer, more secure connected devices.
OTA update possibilities put automotive on the road to V2X
By Brandon Lewis, Assistant Managing Editor
From recall remedy to feature enhancement, auto manufacturers and Tier 1 suppliers have been investigating the possibilities of over-the-air (OTA) vehicle software updates as a way to reduce maintenance costs and improve functionality.
Connecting devices to the Internet of Things with Wi-Fi
By Nikos Vokas, Econais
Many designers, instead of trying to handle the complexity of developing their own wireless systems for their Internet of Everything products, are instead choosing to use pre-certified fully integrated Wi-Fi connectivity solutions.
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Industrial IoT: Robust connected embedded devices
By Rory Dear, Technical Contributor
The fast approaching revolution of industrial IoT (IIoT) differs from human IoT (HIoT, or what is often called IoT) and will evolve the embedded arena.
A new way to look at debugging
By Monique DeVoe, Managing Editor
Debugging is an important part of any project, professional or for fun. Popular debugging tools are expensive and not very accessible - visual, inexpensive tools can help makers and professionals debug more quickly and intuitively.
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USB Type-C: Will You Be Plugged In?

January 20th 11:00 AM EST
Presented by: Lattice Semiconductor

Agile, Continuous Practices and DevOps: How far can you go in Embedded Software Development?

January 29th 2:00 PM EST
Presented by: Wind River, Electric Cloud

Make sense of it all - Discover wearable patches with secure, contactless NFC

February 4th 11:00 AM EST
Presented by: Texas Instruments
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The IoT E-mag

The Internet of Things E-mag brought to you by Embedded Computing Design deconstructs the IoT with features that investigate device/network infrastructure, comprehensive cyber security, reengineering business models, and much, much more.

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The SSD E-mag

The SSD E-mag analyzes advances in storage technology, including market adoption trends, utilizing the Advanced Encryption Standard for secure storage in aerospace and defense, defining solid-state technology by vertical application, and more.

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The Automotive E-mag

The second installment of the Automotive E-mag shifts into gear with features covering in-vehicle MCU consolidation, the importance of independent software for auto manufacturers, ISO 26262 and MISRA coding tools and techniques, connected car tech, and more.

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