Clarinox Technologies has announced the release of Jannal Intelligent Design Environment, which enables engineers with little RF experience to quickly create and test Bluetooth and Wi-Fi embedded systems for hardware and Real-Time Operating Systems (RTOS) combinations.
Though often called an “industrial computer,” many so-called rugged computer systems don’t actually cut it for harsh applications. There are many considerations that often get ignored but are important to critical application systems. This white paper explains what to look for in a system truly suited for harsh environments.
The Brazilian company Nastek Tecnologia has announced the Yon Bike Lamp, a GSM/GPS tracker that is embedded in a bicycle taillight. Also announced was a technology partnership with Telit Wireless Solutions, who provided M2M modules for the product.
Cypress Semiconductor’s Cypress TrueTouch controller is the driving technology of the Qualcomm Toq smartwatch, TechInsights Teardown.com has discovered. The Cypress TMA140 controller enables fast, accurate touchscreen navigation for the ToqSW1 model smartwatch.
ATP has integrated the Automated Test Equipment (ATE) and Test During Burn In (TDBI) tests and the Supervisory Control and Data Acuqisition (SCADA) system into one mass-production-scale burn-in test system.
Having been the innovative market leader in the embedded and industrial industry for the last 2 decades, DSL has always had a precise idea of what the industry is missing – however rarely do we get to seal 3 gaps with the same plug.
Suitable for recording and reproducing wideband and IF signals at sample rates up to 1 GSps, Pentek introduced two new Talon recording systems. Required by long flights or experiments, these recording systems are available in both rugged portable or rugged rackmount configurations.
Vecow introduces its ABP-2000 1.91 GHz Intel Quad Core Atom E3800 fanless advanced box PC series that can withstand harsh environmental conditions. Its advanced graphics capabilities also make it suitable for display and graphics-intensive Internet of Things, in-vehicle infotainment (IVI), and M2M applications.
The Subcommittee on Highways and Transit heard testimony today from Kirk Steudle, the director of the Michigan Department of Transportation how autonomous vehicles will influence the future of surface transportation.