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Blog Review – Monday, February 13, 2017

Among this week’s topics: two important announcements- the OpenFog Consortium and IEEE Standard for the Functional Verification Language e; a panel discusses the Internet and beyond; Mentor Graphics applies IoT to PCB design; FASTR accelerates the connected car and why USB is not as easy as 123

Blog Review – Monday, January 23, 2017

This week’s blogs show the human face of automated driving; and why energy should be taken seriously. There is lift-off for SpaceX to bring more satellite comms and a poetic turn, in the style of Rudyard Kipling’s classic poem.

Blog Review – Tuesday, January 10, 2017

What happens at CES doesn’t stay in Vegas for long – connected vehicles, homes and advanced graphics are all blog topics. In other news, we welcome a new blog business and compare EDA to sports giants.

Blog Review – Monday, December 19, 2016

Today’s the day -Bluetooth 5 and ARM is ready; A vision for disruptive technologies; When being better connected counts; Memory – the jewel in the crown; Functional Safety, in three video parts

Blog Review – Monday, December 06, 2016

his week, several blogs pose the question: How far does the IoT reach? Into space, the summit of Everest or just making industry smarter? Synopsys helps reduce layout time; Dassault Systemes prescribes Precision Medicine

Blog Review – Tuesday, November 22, 2016

New specs for PCI Express 4.0; Smart homes gateway webinar this week; sensors – kits and tools; the car’s the connected star; Intel unleashes AI

Blog Review – Monday 07 November 2016

Browsing the MIT Library; AI and HPC for cancer breakthroughs; FPGAs on Mars; Romancing ISO 26262; It’s IoT conference season; Who’s going to pay?

Blog Review –Monday, October 24 2016

The how, what and why of time-of-flight sensors; Conference season: ARM TechCon 2016 and IoT Solutions Congress; Save time on big data analysis; In praise of FPGAs; Is it time for augmented and virtual reality?

Blog Review – Monday, October 10, 2016

This week, bloggers look at the newly released ARM Cortex-R52 and its support, NVIDIA floats the idea of AI in automotives, Dassault Systèmes looks at underwater construction, Intrinsic-ID’s CEO shares about security, and there is a glimpse into the loneliness of the long distance debugger

Blog Review – Monday, September 26, 2016

Robotic surgery reaches new levels, and ARM raises safety critical benchmarks with Cortex-R52, supported by Synopsys tools. There is a preview of Intel’s DVCon Europe’s presentation for virtual systems and DTF proves to be a classic rulebook.