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9 Apr, 2014

Jamie Little We’re seeing an explosion around portable devices in the market. From consumer gadgets to medical devices to industrial instruments, battery operated, handheld and wearable devices are penetrating many sectors of the market. While these new class of devices tend to be more compact compared to prior generations, they offer a great deal of connectivity and functionality packed into these smaller and more … Read More

wearables, RTOS, Ineda Systems, IoT, Dhanush, Nucleus, Power Management, Low Power, MIPS

27 Mar, 2014

Jamie Little I visited Embedded World Germany several weeks ago and in addition to show being extremely vibrant, and saw a lot of buzz around the Internet of Things (IoT) and Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE).  Semiconductor vendors, hardware vendors and software vendors alike were talking about IoT in various ways.   And why not?  The IoT momentum is quite significant given the billions of embedded devices that we expect … Read More

nanoblue, Medical Devices, nanopower, ARM, BLE, am335x, internet-of-things, Nucleus RTOS, Power Management, IoT, Bluetooth, sitara, Bluetooth Low Energy

19 Mar, 2014

Matt Radochonski Like most of you we’ll be in San Jose the first week in April to attend the EE Live! Conference and Expo.  Before visiting the Lick Astronomical Observatory, stop by our booth (#1812) to learn about connected smart meters, Internet of Things (IoT) medical devices, and power management. We’ll be presenting the following demonstrations at the booth all week: Connectivity with bluetooth for … Read More

Low Power, Linux Fast Boot, Medical, Connectivity, USB 3.0, ee live, Bluetooth, Medical Devices, iot devices, Nucleus RTOS, Linux, Power Management, internet-of-things, RTOS, IoT

19 Mar, 2014

Jamie Little SEVENEY Technology was founded in 1998 and is headquartered in Paris, France. SEVENEY mainly addresses to the markets in the field of Defense & Aeronautics, Telecommunications, Transportation, Energy & Industry, Network & Security and Microelectronics. SEVENEY is thus a key player in the field of high end security and critical systems at national and international levels. SEVENEY Technology … Read More

NFC, IoT, Nucleus RTOS, ARM Ltd, Bluetooth, arm cortex-m4, industrial control, RFID, internet-of-things, contactless reader, USB, Wi-Fi, industrial

14 Mar, 2014

Matt Radochonski As Internet of Things development continues to expand into embedded, software and hardware integration will become critical.  Mentor Embedded’s Andrew Caples joined Bryan Lawrence from ARM, Eran Briman of CEVA, and Navraj Nandra of DesignWare to discuss the implications, including the role that software will play in IoT power management with SemiEngineering.com: “We see this huge push by our semiconductor … Read More

IoT, Low Power, internet-of-things, Power Management

7 Mar, 2014

Matt Radochonski Following up on our Embedded World coverage, the German publication “Elektronik Praxis” interviewed our Director of Marketing Kamran Shah at the show last week discussing the Internet of Things and how it spans across various markets and industries.  To see the video click here or the link below.  Topics include: IoT connectivity in Automotive Hypervisor integration & medical device … Read More

medical certification, Medical, Nucleus RTOS, Connectivity, Embedded World, IoT, Power Management, Process Model, Low Power, embedded world 2014, RTOS, Safety, internet-of-things

3 Mar, 2014

Colin Walls Last week, as I previously previewed, was Embedded World in Nuremberg, Germany. Now that I am back home, footsore and tired [and still harboring the symptoms of a head cold that makes traveling even less fun than normal], I can reflect on my experiences. When I return from such events, it is always expected that I will have gained a firm impression of what the event was all about and what trends were … Read More

Nucleus RTOS, Embedded World, Nucleus, IoT

3 Mar, 2014

Kamran Shah At Embedded World in Nuremberg last week I had many discussions on the "Internet of Things" or IoT. Depending on the person I was talking to we'd cover areas such as memory footprint, what is a microkernel, how to introduce connectivity without impacting reliability, how to build power efficient devices and of course security. It really does become about the whole "system" and in the case of IoT devices … Read More

devops, internet-of-things, cloud services, Security, IoT, rugged driven development

14 Feb, 2014

Matt Radochonski At Embedded World in Nuremberg from Feb 25-27 we will have a number of demos to show off at the Mentor Embedded Booth.  Come join us in Hall 4, Booth 4-422 to see and learn more about: Delivering Powerful IoT Systems Connected devices range from wearables, to smart meters, to smart appliances, to connected vehicles. Design of these IoT devices requires minimizing memory footprint, seamlessly connecting … Read More

Multicore, low energy, Texas Instruments, TI, Android, internet-of-things, automotive linux, IoT, jacinto 6, am335x, Linux, connected vehicles, heterogeneous, Connectivity, hypervisor, AUTOSAR, i.mx6, Bluetooth, Infotainment, Freescale, Embedded World, GENIVI, stability, nanoblue, smart meter, SoC, sitara, smart appliances, Nucleus RTOS, Process Model, nanopower, Nucleus

12 Feb, 2014

Colin Walls The Internet of Things is a big issue right now, which I wrote about a few months back. Tomorrow I am moderating a Google hangout titled "Internet of Things (IoT) Connectivity for Embedded Devices" where some experts will discussing this important matter. You can register here and will have the chance to pose questions online. If you cannot attend, a recording of the session will be available afterwards. … Read More

smart meter, IoT, Nucleus RTOS, smart energy, M2M, Nucleus

7 Oct, 2013
Embedded Software

The next Big Thing

Posted by Colin Walls

Colin Walls Way back when I first started this blog, I wrote about the way that embedded development is subject to fads and fashions. Even though embedded developers are conservative and only adopt new technologies and ideas when they address real problems, when such adoption does occur it is always seen as a Big Thing. Every couple of years, something comes along that fits this category. I have found it interesting … Read More

smart meter, IoT, smart energy, M2M, Nucleus

31 Oct, 2012

Dennis Brophy Ready for 100 billion “things” connected by the Internet? The IEEE Standards Association (SA) Corporate Advisory Group (CAG) has been working to bring industry input into the standards development organization on the emerging Internet of Things (IoT) trend that will connect billions of devices with each other. As you can imagine, the impact this will have to the service structure down to the development … Read More

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