Addressing IoT impact on software engineering

Manufacturers need to carefully evaluate the cyber threats and the level of exposure of IoT devices. New levels of software integrity can only be achieved if teams can eliminate both accidental co...


Connecting Real and Digital World eBook

In cooperation with Infineon the EETimes/EDN Europe team has produced an eBook about Connecting Real and Digital World. The eBook focuses on the topics "Smart Home" and on "5G and Secure Connectivity".

Amongst others, it provides articles about the next level of human machine interaction, how make the smart and connected home secure, hardware-based security for mobile devices, how to overcome the bottleneck your audio chain, securing network equipment is key to supporting IoT infrastructure,


Making things come alive in a secure way

Considering the security of one single business application is not enough anymore. With the IoT, multiple applications across multiple industries can share and exchange data across different types...

Monitoring and Securing the Smart Grid

Smart grids use phasor measurement units (PMUs) to assess and manage independently operated grid systems. National Instruments, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, and OSIsoft created a "best of bree...

IoT Kit Pairs Gateway with Cloud Platform

Few companies have expertise in both embedded design and Big Data—or know how to combine these domains. The Advantech IoT Gateway Starter Kit simplifies matters. Find out how this gateway co...


Solving the problem of Flash memory density

When product designers are evaluating new ways to meet the demand for miniaturization, system storage is one of their top priorities: serial NOR Flash memory (typically used for storing code) and serial NAND Flash memory (typically used for data storage and as a back-up location for code) occupy a relatively large proportion of the total board real estate in many space-constrained designs. In this article you will learn how improved die-stacking technology reduces pin count, board footprint and system complexity.


Power challenges for IoT and data centers

Martin Hägerdal, Head of Ericsson Power Modules, and Bob Cantrell, the company's Senior Application Engineer, discuss the major drivers of product innovation in digital power modules. The...

Monetizing the IoT: Show Me the Money

The Internet of Things (IoT) is disrupting entire industries around the world. There is a lot of ‘new’ –including new devices, software, services – along with new opportunities...

Vending Machine IoT Makeovers

Operators of large vending machine fleets need ways to update these machines to profit from Internet of Things advantages. Explore a retrofit solution engineered by Bsquare and AAEON that uses a I...


Wide Band Gap is no Mystery - Virtual Power Electronics Conference

The areas historically served by silicon devices have in recent years been taken over more often by Wide Band Gap Devices.  In this virtual conference with more than 20 on-demand webinars leading wide band gap companies together with companies from the test & measurement area provide deep insights into designing with GaN and SiC.


Multi-protocol controller for Industry 4.0

With the R-IN Engine architecture described in this article, a device can process both network communications and complex applications simultaneously, with extremely low delays, low jitter and min...


ZES Zimmer on testing advanced power electronics

In this video Bernd Neuner from ZES Zimmer talks to Alix Paultre for Electronic News TV at the 2017 Power Electronics Conference in Nuremberg. The discussion deals with the issues involving test and m...


Weidmüller discusses the need for a better signal and power interface

In this video Rene Arntzen from Weidmüller talks to Alix Paultre of Electronic News TV about the importance of a good signal and power interface for industrial equipment. There is currently no good ...


Mouser talks about the state of engineering development today

In this video Mark Burr-Lonnon and Graham Maggs of Mouser Electronics, a major international electronics distributor, talk to Alix Paultre about the state of engineering development today. With massiv...


Infineon launches a new family of configurable industrial drive boards

In this video Infineon explains their new family of configurable industrial drive boards at SPS-IPC Drives 2017. Intended to enable easy setup and deployment, the XMC-based automation boards can handl...


STMicro explains their STSPIN family of single-chip motor drivers

In this video STMicroelectronics explains their STSPIN single-chip motor drivers at SPS-IPC Drives 2017. The STSPIN family embeds can drive motors efficiently and with high accuracy, with an advanced ...