In a recent Cool Beans column — What the FAQ are the IoT, IIoT, IoHT, and AIoT? – I introduced the concepts of the cloud, the fog, … Read More → "What the FAQ is the Edge vs. the Far Edge?"
There are many roads to prosperity, but one must be taken. Inaction leads nowhere. – Robert Zoellick
Security is not implemented overnight. Standards don’t create themselves. And our design lives won’t get easier if security and standards aren’t addressed at every step of the game. In this week’s podcast, Brent Sherman (Intel), Adam Sherer (Cadence) and I chat about the challenges of … Read More → "Plotting a Course to Functional Safety"
The Internet of Things takes center stage in this week’s episode of Fish Fry. First up, we investigate a new sensor platform developed at Stanford University called BodyNet and how this new device can track both the pulse and rate of respiration by detecting the expansion and contraction of skin. Also this week, Mark Milligan and I discuss the future of the internet of things and how the … Read More → "The Internet of Many Things"
Industrial internet-of-things (IoT) applications have a better track record of providing solutions to real problems than consumer IoT applications have. So, today, as part of our occasional series on IoT applications, we talk about one such industrial implementation. To help nail down its relevance, let’s start with the problem.
Enormous quantities of goods are moving across the ocean at … Read More → "Sensor for Shipping-Container Forensics"
“The best way to predict the future is to create it.” – Peter Drucker
I just flew in from San Diego and boy is my VPX tired! Coming to you from the Embedded Tech Trends Conference in Southern California, this week’s episode of Fish Fry is all about how open system architectures can drive innovation in the world of embedded design. First up, Mark Littlefield ( … Read More → "“The Future is Now” – Embedded Tech Trends 2019"