Technology provides very reliable wireless mesh communication on
sub-gigahertz bands from a device through a gateway and the IQRF Cloud
directly to SW, application or website. Learn more about this topic in
a joint webinar of AAEON and the IQRF Alliance.
a relatively few connected gadgets will use wireline communications,
the bulk of these devices will connect wirelessly over Bluetooth,
Wi-Fi, or cellular. Some will be designed to limit EMI emissions to the
proper channels and reject out-of-band power, but many won't. That
became abundantly clear at a technical session held August 9 at the EMC
for IoT session of the IEEE EMC+SIPI Symposium.
use biohacked DNA strand to attack a computer. University of Washington
researchers have demonstrated that biohackers, using widely available
tools, could embed malware in synthesized strands of deoxyribonucleic
acid that would allow them to take over the computer analyzing the DNA.
probes are expensive and often out of reach to many small companies. We
already looked at the basic construction of a 50 Ω, 1:1 passive probe
and discussed transmission-line effects that can distort signals and
how to compensate for those errors. In this part, we'll cover the
design and construction of an n:1 voltage probe and a current probe.
software developers normally are applying defect prevention techniques
early in the lifecycle. But the demand for IoT requires a new testing
paradigm that more closely resembles the challenges that Enterprise IT
have faced for decades.
Research has reported an algorithmic breakthrough for deep learning
that comes close to achieving the holy grail of ideal scaling
efficiency: Its new distributed deep-learning (DDL) software enables a
nearly linear speedup with each added processor. The development is
intended to achieve similar speedups for each server added to IBM’s DDL
in part to increasing globalization, supply chain for consumer and
industrial goods alike has over time become convoluted and opaque.
Enter the concept of blockchain.
manufacturing is a low margin business where quality, accuracy, and
speed are essential to success. It can benefit from a full, automated
and digitally continuous flow from product design to harness
hacking is the last thing automakers want to mention as they push the
connected cars into the vast consumer disconnect. But government
watchdogs in both the U.S. and the U.K. are working to get ahead of the
curve and let the public know that they are concerned.
embedded computer platforms that can cope with extremes in temperature,
vibration and humidity demands a focused approach to quality.
Delivering truly rugged solutions requires a focused strategy that
begins with R&D and ends with robust products.