First Responder Robots and Virtual Prototypes

Carbon’s New Virtual Prototype Portal and UDG’s New Smart Robot

by Amelia Dalton

What’s the difference between a human and a pile of rocks? A robot algorithm (of course)! In this week’s episode of Fish Fry, we check out a new robot being developed at the University of Guadalajara that utilizes a pattern recognition algorithm to determine the silhouette of a human body. Also this week, we talk about the trials and tribulations of SoC design with Bill Neifert of Carbon Design Systems. Bill and I discuss Carbon's focus on the automatic creation of RTL-accurate models for integration into SoC designs and how you can make your IP configuration options a whole bunch easier.  Read More


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October 24, 2014

Videantis and VISCODA partner to showcase key automotive ADAS technology in Detroit

October 23, 2014

Renesas Electronics Europe Announces Second Generation of its OFDM Powerline Modem Solution

Mouser Launches New Security Applications Site

Accelerate control systems and increase integration while decreasing system cost with TI’s new C2000™ Piccolo™ F2807x MCUs

October 22, 2014

New BA20 Processor IP Features “Zero-Stage Pipeline” for Energy and Performance Efficiency

Renesas Electronics Delivers Enhanced User Experience with Integrated Automotive Cockpit Solution

New wide temperature Panel PCs for a variety of industrial applications

Green Hills Software Delivers Industry’s Most Advanced, Broadest Vendor AUTOSAR Support on INTEGRITY RTOS

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Avnet Electronics Marketing Adds “Embedded Brains” to Machine Vision with New Smart Vision Development Kit

October 21, 2014

New Digitally Enhanced Power Analog Controllers From Microchip Offer Digital Power Supply Flexibility With Easy Analog Control Loops

Renesas Electronics Europe Announces Wireless M-Bus Solution that Adds Communications to Metering Applications

Green Hills Software Extends INTEGRITY RTOS and Safety Tools Support for Hybrid Instrument Clusters

Altera Demonstrates Automotive Embedded System Solutions that Increase Design Productivity at SAE Convergence 2014

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If This Is a Conference, then It Must Be November

posted by Bryon Moyer

A quick look at some of the events I’ll be attending over the next few weeks. (Yesterday)

Elliptic Labs’ 3rd Gesture Dimension

posted by Bryon Moyer

Elliptic Labs has added depth as a semantic element to their ultrasound gesture system. (23-Oct)

What Does ConnectOne’s “G2” Mean?

posted by Bryon Moyer

ConnectOne has release a new family of WiFi modules. We sort out what’s changed. (21-Oct)

IPSO Alliance Provides IoT Objects

posted by Bryon Moyer

If Things are going to talk to each other, they need to speak the same language. There are numerous efforts underway to help with that; the IPSO Alliance has announced their contribution. (16-Oct)

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Let’s Get This Party Kickstarted

Posted on 10/24/14 at 12:25 PM by kevin

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I've also heard of cases where being over-funded turned out to be a curse. The project team under-estimated the cost of their widget, and ended up having a slight loss on each of their units for their Kickstarter supporters.

Since they got dramatically…

Grabbing Keys Out of Thin Air

Posted on 10/22/14 at 4:00 PM by steverino

There is a long history of security solutions getting better as security flaws are publicised.

What is to keep someone from implementing an unecessary set of 32 bit wide parity registers for a lot of sensitive data. Even if you can see power signatures…

Clever carpet "printer" brushes pictures onto your rugs

Posted on 10/21/14 at 3:56 AM by BobbyNaylor

These rugs are so cool.I would like to have this type of rug one at my home so I will search out at http://carpetinmotion.com/denver-hardwood-floors/.

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