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Bench Talk for Design Engineers

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Bench Talk for Design Engineers | The Official Blog of Mouser Electronics


Steven EvanczukStephen Evanczuk has more than 20 years of experience writing for and about the electronics industry on a wide range of topics including hardware, software, systems, and applications including the IoT.  He received his Ph.D. in neuroscience on neuronal networks and worked in the aerospace industry on massively distributed secure systems and algorithm acceleration methods. Currently, when he's not writing articles on technology and engineering, he's working on applications of deep learning to recognition and recommendation systems. 


Why the Edge Is Central to IoT Success Stephen Evanczuk
The nature of the IoT drives the need for edge devices to support functionality beyond basic connectivity. As IoT applications evolve, edge devices will play a pivotal role in meeting more complex requirements for effective IoT solutions.

How Far Can Wearables Go in Fostering Wellness? Stephen Evanczuk
Even as methods evolve for implementing reliable cuffless blood pressure measurement, future wearables for health and fitness are likely to focus more on helping users adopt healthy behaviors, emphasizing convenience over clinical-grade accuracy.

Listen, Voice User Interfaces Play Big Roles Stephen Evanczuk
Voice control was simply a convenience in the past, but a growing desire and need for hands-off control motivate a central role for voice-user interfaces in smart products. Fortunately, key enabling technologies and products are ready to provide the necessary foundation for implementation.

COVID-19 Contact Tracing Slow to Take Hold Stephen Evanczuk
Limitations in Bluetooth®-based distance measurement and conflicting requirements for privacy and public health have slowed the emergence of automated COVID-19 contact tracing, but the availability of effective solutions is only a matter of time.

Managing Bias in AIoT Models Stephen Evanczuk
Using machine-learning methods, developers can build applications able to predict outcomes based on sensor data from devices in industrial, healthcare, and other arenas, but ensuring reliable results requires careful attention to data used to create those models.

How Wearables Will Facilitate Healthcare Stephen Evanczuk
The importance of timely healthcare data has gained special recognition during the COVID-19 pandemic, but better data will be needed well after the pandemic fades. Healthcare wearables offer an effective, long-term solution for delivering essential patient data required by healthcare workers.

Unraveling the Gordian Knot of IoT Security Stephen Evanczuk
Manufacturers may well find that even the most robust technological solutions to IoT security aren’t enough.

Achieving Security Requires Much More Than Just Robust Technology Stephen Evanczuk
Although systems developers can draw on robust security technologies, effective security requires a combination of technologies, practices, and policies—and acceptance by each stakeholder of their own role in maintaining security.

Powerful Machine Learning Brings Complex Security Challenges Stephen Evanczuk
Even as machine learning spreads more broadly and penetrates more deeply into everyday life, it introduces a particularly insidious type of security threat.

Will IoT Security Solutions Trickle Down or Bubble Up? Stephen Evanczuk
Internet of Things (IoT) security is complex because of the diverse mix of hardware, software, and data involved across multiple layers of various large-scale applications. Despite the increase in security mechanisms and services, IoT security remains fractured and needs a more unified approach.

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