by Dave Hughes, HCC Embedded
The Heartbleed security breach, based on OpenSSL, raises the spectre of attacks across a range of wirelessly connected embedded devices. Rigorous software development processes are critical for protecting wirelessly connected devices in the Internet of Things.
Open Secure Sockets Layer (OpenSSL) is widely used to provide network security in many different kinds of computing systems, including wirelessly connected embedded systems in theRead More...
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by Robert Day, Lynx Software TechnologiesSome key embedded security technologies can be used both in the IoT endpoints and sensors, as well as in the IoT infrastructure to provide a defense in depth against tomorrow’s cyber threats. It is important that these measures be incorporated as the network is established and not as afterthoughts.
TECHNOLOGY IN CONTEXT
by Lauren Wright, General Micro SystemsThe demand for ruggedness, small size, secure mass storage, sensors, displays, low power and high connectivity in today’s mobile surveillance systems continues to grow. Only by using the latest compact, powerful components and subsystems can these growing demands be met.
by Greg Harrison and Earle Foster, Sealevel Systems, Inc.Many backplane standards are available that offer varying electrical and mechanical features, but custom systems can also benefit from a backplane architecture. COM Express, a popular implementation of Computer on Module (COM), offers a powerful processing platform with several bus connectivity options perfect for creating versatile backplane systems.
TECHNOLOGY IN SYSTEMS
by Andrew Patterson, Mentor GraphicsAUTOSAR provides a predefined standard approach for vehicle network and ECU design that is finding its way into every automotive OEM and Tier 1 organization. Here are some of the expected business benefits of an adoption strategy and a look at some of the basic terminology and design methods.
by Steve Gudknecht and Ken Grob, Elma ElectronicCost, performance and reliability are often conflicting goals.
SMALL FORM FACTOR FORUM
by Colin McCracken
by Tom Williams, Editor-in-ChiefThe recent Intel Developers Forum gave engineers and marketers alike a glimpse of some new possibilities for mobile, low-power devices for industry and consumer that will dwell in a world of greater connectivity and fewer wires.
by Tom Williams, Editor-In-Chief