Meeting the Design Challenges of Smart Metering

A smart meter is an electronic device that records and reports, via some kind of communications network, the consumption of a utility service, such as the supply of electricity, gas, water, or hea...

How GaN ICs are Transforming the EV Market

As the global energy mix transforms to adopt low-carbon energy sources and energy-efficient transportation, pressure mounts for energy efficient cars. Today, the overall Electric Vehicle (EV) mark...

What AI needs to go mainstream

The future of artificial intelligence (AI) relies on advances in the underlying machine learning technology, and an effective ML architecture. Through research with organizations such as Google...


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eBOOK: Isolated Data Management in Energy Storage

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Forum about Embedded Systems Design:
Artificial Intelligence, Industry 4.0, Security & more

This is the virtual version of the Embedded Forum at electronica with technical papers about technologies, trends and product innovations covering the whole range of embedded technologies from Chips & Components over Tools & Software to Boards & Modules.


Virtual Conference: Technical Trends with Wide Bandgap Semiconductors

We are facing higher switching frequency and higher operating temperatures. Wide Band Gap Semiconductors can accommodate these increasing demands by permitting better performance than today’s silicon. Passive components from heat sinks, capacitors and coils get smaller. The overall benefit is reduced sizes for the total systems in all applications. However, the challenges are having improved measurement equipment available and to analyze the designs correctly.


Give Your Product a Voice with Alexa

Join us for a deep dive into the system architecture for voice-enabled products with Alexa Built-In. Device makers can use the Alexa Voice Service (AVS) to add conversational AI to a variety of produc...


How serial Flash technology is evolving to meet the new requirements of Industry 4.0 designs

The famous fourth industrial revolution, tagged ‘Industry 4.0’, is based on the move to digitize industrial equipment and processes on a massive scale. This Industry 4.0 trend is now stretching the capabilities of almost every important category of electronic component used in industrial machines and systems.

 


Slimming program for medical operating devices

Operating devices in the medical sector are not only subject to strict controls and requirements. Nowadays design demands are becoming more and more important for developers of medical HMI devices. De...

Safety first? Security is just as important

In many applications in the railways, aircraft or automotive industry  the interaction between safety and security is of particular importance, since there are many dependencies between them and ...

The two big traps of code coverage

Code coverage is important, and improving coverage is a worthy goal. But simply chasing the percentage is not nearly so valuable as writing stable, maintainable, meaningful tests. By Arthur Hick...

Establishing a root of trust to secure the IoT

Security is not something that any developer can ignore. It is no longer safe, for the OEM or their customers, to assume that their product or service is immune to cyber attacks. The sheer size of the...

DIN-Rail Embedded Computers from MEN Mikro

The DIN-Rail system from MEN is a selection of individual pre-fabricated modules that can variably combine features as required for a range of embedded Rail Onboard and Rail Wayside applications. The ...


Embedded Graphics Accelerates AI at the Edge

The adoption of graphics in embedded and AI applications are growing exponentially. While graphics are widely available in the market, product lifecycle, custom change and harsh operating environments...


ADLINK Optimizes Edge AI with Heterogeneous Computing Platforms

With increasing complexity of applications, no single type of computing core can fulfill all application requirements. To optimize AI performance at the edge, an optimized solution will often employ a...


Synchronized Debugging of Multi-Target Systems

The UDE Multi-Target Debug Solution from PLS provides synchronous debugging of AURIX multi-chip systems. A special adapter handles the communication between two MCUs and the UAD3+ access device and pr...


Smart Panel Fulfills Application Needs with Flexibility

To meet all requirement of vertical applications, ADLINK’s Smart Panel is engineered for flexible configuration and expansion to reduce R&D time and effort and accelerate time to market. The...


AAEON – Spreading Intelligence in the connected World

AAEON is moving from creating the simple hardware to creating the great solutions within Artificial Intelligence and IoT. AAEON is offering the new solutions for emerging markets, like robotics, drone...


ASIC Design Services explains their Core Deep Learning framework for FPGA design

In this video Robert Green from ASIC Design Services describes their Core Deep Learning (CDL) framework for FPGA design at electronica 2018 in Munich, Germany. CDL technology accelerates Convolutional...


Microchip explains some of their latest smart home and facility solutions

In this video Caesar from Microchip talks about the company's latest smart home solutions at electronica 2018 in Munich, Germany. One demonstrator shown highlights the convenience and functionalit...


Infineon explains their latest CoolGaN devices at electronica 2018

In this video Infineon talks about their new CoolGaN 600 V e-mode HEMTs and GaN EiceDRIVER ICs, offering a higher power density enabling smaller and lighter designs, lower overall system cost. The nor...


Analog Devices demonstrates a novel high-efficiency charge pump with hybrid tech

In this video Frederik Dostal from Analog Devices explains a very high-efficiency charge-pump demonstration at their boot at electronica 2018 in Munich, Germany. Able to achieve an operating efficienc...


Microchip demonstrates a flexible motion control platform at electronica

In this video Marcus from Microchip explains a motion control demonstration at their booth at electronica 2018 in Munich, Germany. The demonstration underscores the ability of the solution to rapidly ...


Infineon goes over their latest SiC devices for automotive systems

In this video an Infineon engineer goes over their latest Silicon Carbide (SiC) devices for automotive systems at electronica 2018 in Munich, Germany. Among the devices described are an inverter for a...


Bertrand Lombardo of Honeywell, Sensing requirements of IoT

Bertrand Lombardo, Sales director for EMEA for Honeywell SIOT discusses future sensing trends in relation to IoT at Electronica 2019 with Alix Paultre. Links to more information: Dynamic Hone...


Analog Devices updates their Silent Switcher technology

In this video an FAE from Analog Devices explains the latest version of their Silent Switcher technology, which addresses noise issues in power systems. He describes a live demonstration in their boot...


Western Digital talks about their automotive-grade memory solutions

In this video Martin Booth from Western Digital talks about the company's memory solutions specifically designed for automotive applications and the harsh environments involved. Systems such as ne...


Picotest demonstrates their latest advanced power test solutions

In this video Steve Sandler from Picotest shows us two of the company's latest test solutions at electronica 2018 in Munich, Germany. The first demo is of a micro-Ohm-resolution power rail measure...


STMicro describes their latest smart 48V DC brushless motor driver board

In this video an engineer from STMIcroelectronics explains a motor-driver board setup based on their L9907 smart power device at electronics 2018 in Munich, Germany. Based on BCD-6s technology. the de...


Microchip shows their newest PolarFire FPGAs at electronica 2018

In this video Microchip shows a one of the demos highlighting the capabilities of their newest low-power PolarFire FPGAs at electronica 2018 in Munich, Germany. The demonstration shown here is a kit f...


Western Digital discusses their memory solutions for Cloud-enabled devices

In this video Ze'ev Paas of Western Digital talks to Alix Paultre of Aspencore Media about their latest memory products at electronica 2018 in Munich, Germany. Depending on the application space, ...


Picotest explains a couple of power test systems at electronica 2018

In this video Steve Sandler from Picotest explains a couple of his power test systems at electronica 2018 in Munich, Germany. The first demonstration shows a micro-Ohm measurement system, and the seco...