ESC keynoter sees 'arms race' with cyber attackers Joerg Borchert, vice president of chip card and security ICs at Infineon Technologies North America, will take the stage at ESC Boston later this month to deliver a message to embedded systems designers: you are in an arms race with potential attackers.
Consumer meets medical in ESC teardown Engineers will get a glimpse into the future of personal health care devices at DesignMed 2011 where experts will tear down a Nonin Onyx II 9560 fingertip pulse oximeter, a system that helped pioneer the emerging field. The teardown is one of a handful of sessions at the ESC Boston event exploring the horizon in personalized medicine.
Scopes cover hi-speed/hi-fidelity domains at ESC Tektronix, Inc. has introduced a mixed-domain oscilloscope that delivers the functionality of an scope and a spectrum analyzer in a single instrument. And Rohde & Schwarz has enhanced its real-time digital trigger scope for analyzing extremely small signals with high fidelity. Both companies will exhibit their wares at the Embedded Systems Conference, Boston (Sept. 26 to 29).
Silicon's relevant after all! My experience with the ViewSonic gTablet and its fascinating, hacker-like Android ecosystem, combined with the recent purchase of Motorola Mobile by Google have me thinking that maybe - just maybe - silicon may not be irrelevant after all. Embedded systems gaining secure footing Embedded system designers today optimize mainly for performance and footprint, but with the rise of Internet-enabled devices, security has become the third leg of the embedded design process. As a result, embedded design organizations are adding security specialists that can both architect and mentor on implementing best-practices to meet security requirements. This heightened focus on security in embedded systems design is expected to emerge as one of the main themes at next month's ESC Boston.
Robotic vision sharpens its image
Embedded robotic vision has reached a turning point in its development. Not only is equipment of all sorts becoming smarter, but it is becoming increasingly aware of its place in the world.
Initiative to help EEs find the right Apps
UBM Electronics, the publisher of EE Times, has set up an initiative to highlight Apps, especially those of interest to electronics engineers and which run on Android or iOS tablets and Smartphone's.
ESC Boston becomes rich tech carnival next month
The upcoming Embedded Systems Conference Boston has expanded into an umbrella venue for embedded system developers, hardware designers and engineers who just like to peek at what's "under the hood."
ESC Boston: Samsung Galaxy Tab teardown
Are you ready for ESC Boston? The East Coast edition of the embedded systems arenas' big twice-yearly event will take place September 26 through 29 at the Hynes Convention Center.
MIT prof pedicts medical device revolution
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology has created its Medical Electronic Device Realization Center to develop technologies for enabling affordable and accessible delivery of services to patients, according to its leaders.
Parallelization tool for Tegra to show at ESC Vector Fabrics BV is planning to demonstrate its vfEmbedded software development tool for parallelizing code operating on Tegra multi-core processors from Nvidia Corp. at the upcoming Embedded Systems Conference in Boston.
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