Embedded computing is the name of the game in this week’s episode of Amelia’s Weekly Fish Fry. First up, Roy Keeler (ADLINK) and I chat about how we can overcome processor speed bumps, the general rule of thumb when it comes to spectrum dominance, and the evolution (and future trajectory) of GPPs. In our second interview this week, Mike Slonosky (Curtiss-Wright) and I talk about the increased … Read More → "Controlling the Spectrum and the Future of Battlefield Tech"
“Genuine poetry can communicate before it is understood.” — T. S. Eliot
The great thing about standards is that there are so many to choose from. We know we want wireless, but what kind? We want sensor interfaces, but which type? We need networking, but from whom?
Let me introduce you to a little company from Dallas that solves all those problems at once. … Read More → "MCUs For the Indecisive"
Can blockchain technology inspire a new realm of AI innovation? Bottos thinks so.
For them, the equation is simple — blockchain + data x AI. In this week’s Fish Fry, we check out how blockchain technology can encourage innovation in the world of artificial intelligence. Xin Song (CEO of Bottos) and I chat about the what, where, and how of the Bottos Data Marketplace. We also investigate what … Read More → "The Future Will Be Blockchain(ed)"
“We few, we happy few, we band of brothers…” — Henry V, Act IV, Scene iii
What’s it like to be the underdog? To be the little guy, the “other” choice, the alt-weekly against the big daily newspaper, the Toledo Mud Hens instead of the San Francisco Giants?
It’s honest work and it pays the bills, but you know you’ll never … Read More → "Battling with the Heavy Hitters"
In this week’s episode of Fish Fry, we’re headed into the world of common standards, common form factors, SOSA, and MORA. (Don’t worry, there are even more acronyms on the horizon!) First up, my first guest Rodger Hosking (Pentek) and I chat about the newest technologies in embedded software radio. We discuss how common standards and common form factors are pushing new initiatives in military and … Read More → "Saving Private Fish Fry"
When I was a kid, a local furniture mogul gave away free haircuts to entice customers into his showroom. The haircuts were all the same, and on Monday mornings at school it was easy to tell whose mom went furniture shopping over the weekend. Free is an interesting price point. It can mean incredible savings for some really … Read More → "Free is a Very Good Price!"