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January 2018

Why Every Embedded Software Developer Should Care about the Toyota Verdict

Embedded

The Toyota verdict is in and the company’s embedded software developers are catching heat. While the plaintiff’s two software experts heavily criticized 1 million lines of Toyota’s code, further examination into their backgrounds showed their own coding projects couldn’t withstand such criticism.

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Sensing Body Hydration

 EDN

Engineers are working on sensory technology that detects dehydration in sedentary workers. While dehydration is often associated with physical exertion, it’s more elusive and harder to detect in sedentary people.

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Quad Cam Vision for Robocars Comes to CES

EE Times

Foresight Automotive’s latest and most exciting vehicle vision technology product, Quadsight, combines stereoscopic IR and day cameras for all weather conditions. The quad-cam unit automatically calibrates to provide near 100% obstacle detection regardless of weather conditions or amount of light. Foresight Automotive will be showcasing Quadsight at CES 2018.

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Powering Industrial Systems: Components, Intelligence, and Efficiency

Power Electronics News

Environmental, legislative, and commercial entities are looking for ways to reduce power consumption and increase efficiency, while pushing industrial innovation in an era where power is in high demand. Power methods are changing significantly with utilization of integrated power modules, energy-efficient voltage converters, power and battery management guides and components, and other methods becoming the norm. 

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Wireless Charging: Advanced Technology Delivers Real Benefits

Power Electronics News

As wireless becomes the method of choice for mobile device charging, three topologies – single-coil inductive, multi-coil, and AFA – offer differing advantages as designers work to find a universal solution. In addition to technical challenges, new designs are expected under shorter time constraints.

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Voice Recognition to Drive More ‘Conversational’ Platforms

EE Times

As technology becomes more advanced, voice recognition is set to be one of the top 10 strategic technology trends of 2018, with 30% of conversations occurring through voice-based systems. Google’s Alexa, as well as other voice-based systems are evolving rapidly in order to become more conversational, answering questions like “how’s the weather?” as well as more complicated interactions.

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8 Top Innovations of 2017

EE Times

2017 was a big year for innovators – with exciting advances made in chip technology by companies like Google, Samsung, Nvidia and others. ASML launched their much-anticipated Extreme Ultraviolet Lithography unit, which is set to be a modern marvel in both technology and physics.

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