Established security mechanisms such as Arm’s TrustZone can be used to secure IoT devices at the network edge with minimal hardware complexity and cost.
Developers can depend on FPGAs and other programmable devices from Intel (Altera) in a tremendous range of applications.
Single-board computers (SBCs) can provide formidable processing performance at the edge, but designers need to know how to select and apply the best solutions.
Developers can use FPGAs and other programmable devices from Xilinx across a diverse range of applications from data centers and aerospace, to consumer.
IoT devices without adequate security introduce several network vulnerabilities. For protection, implement both hardware and software security.
Developers can depend upon Microchip Technology's FPGAs in applications that require low power, high security, and high reliability.
Use RISC-V to customize the instruction set and hardware for the optimum energy profile for an embedded system.
Lattice Semiconductor's FPGAs span the low to mid-range, with a focus on low-power devices that address network issues from the edge to the cloud.
Accelerate embedded development with proven solutions using a strong ecosystem that can be easily ported to multiple platforms like Mbed.
Optimal design solutions are often provided by FPGAs, combinations of processors and FPGAs, or by FPGAs that boast internal processor cores.
Learn how to decode and play audio files in hardware and software on microcontrollers.
Understand the fundamentals of embedded memory—EEPROM vs FRAM vs eMMC vs SD Cards—to know which ones to use, where, and how.
Developers can build more effective condition-based monitoring solutions for industrial applications using high-performance MEMS sensors.
Commercial Bluetooth 5.1 protocol stacks and hardware are available for use as the basis of precise RF direction finding for location service applications.
Use commercial Bluetooth 5.1 protocol stacks and hardware for precise RF direction finding for location service applications.
Achieve accurate temperature readings with a thermistor using a resistor and a precision analog microcontroller.
Adafruit’s CircuitPython brings the increasingly popular Python programming language to inexpensive, embedded microcontroller dev boards.
Developers can rapidly deploy sensor hardware and software needed to build sophisticated solutions for industrial predictive maintenance.
Integrated time of flight (ToF) sensors provide a simple, fast, and inexpensive way to measure distance and to recognize simple gestures in embedded systems.
A wireless PLC provides embedded developers with an alternative method to develop real-time applications using ladder logic.