Why Intel Got Inside BMW-Mobileye Deal News & Analysis 7/1/2016 Post a comment The BMW Group, Intel and Mobileye will collaborate to bring fleets of fully self-driving vehicles to the streets by 2021. While the BMW-Mobileye connection has been known to industry observers, Intel was a surprise element in the three-way deal.
UL Bringing ‘Adult Supervision’ to IoT--Really? News & Analysis 6/29/2016 2 comments In early April when UL launched its new cybersecurity standard, dubbed UL 2900, reactions from the IoT market were split. Three months later, is it proving an extra burden or a benefit to the IoT community?
Google Fellow Talks Neural Nets, Deep Learning News & Analysis 6/28/2016 Post a comment We are already living with deep learning and large-scale neural networks, as evidenced by the growing number of applications that rely on computer vision, language understanding, robotics and more. Google Senior Fellow Jeff Dean discusses what he wants most from neural networks and machine learning.
How Do You Update 1 Billion IoT Devices? News & Analysis 6/27/2016 3 comments IoT devices need over-the-air firmware and software updates, but that must be done quickly and securely. Resin.io, which just got $9 million in funding from GE Ventures, Ericsson and others, thinks it has answers to such hard IoT problems.
Sensor Expo Highlights Energy Harvesting Blog 6/27/2016 Post a comment Using environmental energy to power remote sensor nodes remains a high interest item among system designers, especially those choosing wireless sensor node (WSN) components for remote and/or hazardous locations. At the Sensor Expo conference in Santa Clara, Calif., presenters at an energy harvesting and power symposium agreed that energy harvesting systems still require juggling many variables.
Brexit Ripples Through Tech Community News & Analysis 6/27/2016 18 comments UK voters gave a thumbs up for leaving the European Union, generating concerns in the tech community over the ease of finding jobs and potential company relocations.
19 Views of Sensors Expo Slideshow 6/24/2016 1 comment A walk around the Sensor Expo show floor revealed a widely diverse market of companies, technologies and markets seeking more integrated, lower cost components.
Columbus, Ohio Gets Smart Blog 6/22/2016 4 comments Columbus, Ohio’s smart city plan includes driverless cars, smart signals designed for better traffic and personal transit service including Uber, Car2Go and a new ride-share program.
Zero Power Listen-Mode Sensor Debuts News & Analysis 6/22/2016 3 comments An acoustic “event-detection” device like Vesper’s new piezoelectric MEMS microphone uses sound energy to wake a system from full power-down mode, thus enabling battery life of a system embedded with the sensor to span not months but years.
FCC Will Vote on 5G Spectrum on July 14 News & Analysis 6/21/2016 Post a comment FCC will vote July 14 on new rules to open up high-band spectrum for high-speed, low-latency 5G wireless applications. FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler vowed US will be “first out of gate” with 5G.
Intel Xeon Phi Solos News & Analysis 6/20/2016 2 comments Intel announced range of stand-alone bootable Xeon Phi processors with from 64-to-72 processors running at up to 1.5-GHz for low-power consumption, 16-Gbytes of 3-D memory, and high-performance computing orchestration for deep learning algorithms.
Daimler Gets Electrified News & Analysis 6/17/2016 Post a comment Luxury carmaker Daimler intends to add an electric version to all of its model families and develop a specific vehicle architecture for battery-electric cars. Its existing GLC model will be expanded by a new version that combines the fuel cell and the plug-in hybrid approach.
Bluetooth Steps Beyond PAN News & Analysis 6/17/2016 12 comments With Bluetooth 5 and mesh chips the former personal area network will extend its reach in home and building automation, challenging Zigbee.
15 Crowd-Pleasing IoT Product & Platform Wins Slideshow 6/16/2016 2 comments Innovators are working hard to make the big predictions for the Internet of Things(IoT) market come true. In recent months, these IoT projects all received greater than 100% funding on their chosen crowd sourcing site.
What are the engineering and design challenges in creating successful IoT devices? These devices are usually small, resource-constrained electronics designed to sense, collect, send, and/or interpret data. Some of the devices need to be smart enough to act upon data in real time, 24/7. Specifically the guests will discuss sensors, security, and lessons from IoT deployments.