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Bench Talk for Design Engineers

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IoT Security: Place Your Trust in a Module Mark Patrick
Data security is a very hot topic at the moment. It’s rare to get through a day without hearing news of a large corporation or an individual getting ‘burnt’. That’s hardly surprising when virtually every facet of our lives involves technology and the storage of data: the streets of every town are thronged with people glued to their smartphones, just managing their daily existence. Of course, the more reliant on technology we become, the more complex the picture becomes, with increasing levels of product interconnectivity. Nowhere is this more evident than with the Internet of Things (IoT).

Arduino 101: Pattern Matching on the Intel® Quark™ SE Microcontroller Lynnette Reese
Machines have never been as good as the human brain for sensing, perceiving, thinking about, or interpreting visual images. The human brain is also quite effective at “filling in the blanks” by making assumptions about the world around it. In some circumstances, the brain falls prey to a phenomenon referred to as an “optical illusion” in the common vernacular.

The Internet of Space: Intelligence for What You Least Expect, When You Least Expect It Lynnette Reese
Hundreds of femtosatellites, called Sprites, were shipped into space on the first KickSat, which started as a KickStarter project to launch what amounts to personal satellites. Andy’s vision of the femtosat includes an engine for his IoS vision driven by the Intel® Quark™ D2000 microcontroller with an ultra-low-power core running at 32 MHz (and currently undergoing space qualification.)

The Competitive Advantage to the Hall Solution Rudy Ramos
Current predictions on the future of Internet of Things (IoT) and the Wearables market indicate exponential growth in the years to come. An analysis done by Morgan Stanley in 2013 stated that “75 billion devices will be connected to the internet of things by 2020.” Undoubtedly, some of this growth will extend to sensors.

Open Source RTOS Comes to IoT Lynnette Reese
The complexity of IoT extends beyond simple projects. If you were to take all the useful data and manipulate it, you could find patterns that point to changes that can increase productivity, reduce wait times, or point to trends that help improve processes or locate potential failures.

Building a Business Case for the IoT Steven Keeping
Those of us of a certain age survived in the period before the Internet, yet, such has been the transformative power of the technology, even we have difficulty working out how. But today’s Internet is just the beginning; extending it to billions of tiny, inexpensive sensors that continuously generate useful data will exponentially multiply the network’s power and its influence over daily life.

The Internet of Things - In Spaaaaaaace! Bill Giovino
When I think of the International Space Station (ISS), I think of smiling astronauts giving TV interviews while floating weightless in some sort of tube. Meanwhile, the rest of us wonder "what exactly are they doing up there"? Well, it should come as no surprise to you that the Internet of Things (IoT) has finally reached space.

Intel®'s Quark™ D2000 SBC & the Open Source nano-RTOS Lynnette Reese
Intel® is doing it again: they are almost giving away stuff and definitely giving away other stuff. A new member of the Quark family is out, and Intel’s Quark™ D2000 Microcontroller Developer Kit is offered at a very affordable price and has some exceptional tools thrown in for free.

The Internet of Useful Things, or “The World’s Most Expensive Egg Timer” Lynnette Reese
How did we get here? I could use several lifetimes up just in projects. The tools available to the masses seem to be fueled by IoT. We can all engineer a little IoT, apparently.

The Internet of Saving Things Warren Miller
The Internet of Things is going to dramatically change the ways in which we manage the many Things in our lives. Just look at the changing nature of our personal possessions. One of the biggest changes for me is reflected in the size of my book, CD and DVD cases.

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