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The Challenge of Systemic Complexity

Simulation Models for Embedded Software and Smart Monitor IP Blocks

We’re tackling the multi-faceted challenges of embedded software development in this week’s episode of Amelia’s Weekly Fish Fry. Simon Davidmann (CEO – Imperas) joins us to discuss how familiar debug environments can make all the difference in complex designs and why RISC-V architecture is gaining traction in the EE ecosystem. Next up, Rupert Baines (CEO – UltraSoC) joins us to chat about the details of their “Smart Monitor” IP blocks and how they can oversee all the “moving” parts of your design (and keep them all playing nicely together). Also this week, we check out a new wearable skin sensor developed at Stanford University that can detect stress levels through sweat.

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