TECHNOLOGY IN SYSTEMS
by Vin D’Agostino, Renesas Electronics America
Designing new product or redesigning product for the world of the Internet of Things involves a set of challenges that can cost engineers the advantage of time to market. A new generation of tools that aids and abstracts many of these issues can speed innovative and accurate product development.
By now we’re all aware of the growth expected for the Internet of Things market. Industry analyst Gartner estimates that 4.9 billion connected devices will be in use by the end ofRead More...
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by Elizabeth Campbell, ADLINK TechnologyMachine-to-machine systems were a start. Different dedicated devices cooperating for an application could share data and interact for a common purpose. Now with the emergence of the Internet of Things, such collaboration has become easier and the access to data and analysis has grown much richer.
TECHNOLOGY IN CONTEXT
Addressing the Testing Challenges of Safety-Critical Embedded Systems with Ultra-Light Instrumentation
by Jay Thomas, LDRATraditional approaches to testing and verifying today’s complex multicore systems to meet safety-critical standards can affect memory and runtime performance to the point of creating even more uncertainty. A new approach promises to provide verification with minimal effect on system behavior.
by Warren Kurisu, Mentor GraphicsThere is a huge growth of of wearables taking place in the IoT world. With it, developers are facing complex requirements for low power, multicore processing, communications and more.
TECHNOLOGY IN SYSTEMS
by Oliver Cockcroft, Ayla NetworksDesigning and manufacturing connected products for the IoT requires a completely different mindset than making traditional, static products. Manufacturers need tools to easily provide expertise in areas previously unfamiliar, starting with embedded design and networking to the development of full-featured mobile apps.
by Rita King, MethodSense, and Alex Grob, Medical Equipment Compliance AssociatesAs software becomes an ever more important component of medical devices, compliance with standards will become essential. This will require the establishment of a standards compliance program that will meet the demands of standards for operation and certification.
SMALL FORM FACTOR FORUM
by Tom Williams, Editor-in-ChiefAn open-source, community-driven effort is concentrating on enabling next-generation Internet of Things with portable software, virtualized architectures and reliable security.
by Tom Williams, Editor-In-Chief