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Bench Talk for Design Engineers

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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.

Ask an Engineer for Griswold-Style Display Charles Byers
With a bit of clever design and construction, it is possible to create a very striking snowflake pattern generator as part of a holiday light display. Here are four implementation ideas for a homemade device that will surely be the coolest front yard ornament on your block.

STM32WL Nucleo-64 Board Can Test Diverse IoT Concepts Tommy Cummings
Using the STM32WL Nucleo-64 boards—the WL55JC1 and WL55JC2—developers can test combinations of the STM32WL wireless controller’s performance, power consumption, and features.

Prototype Pulse Oximetry Applications Using Maxim Boards Greg Toth
The Maxim Integrated MAX32620FTHR and MAX30101WING enable you to prototype heart rate and blood oxygen level applications that can send sensor measurements through the internet to the Medium One IoT platform for data processing and display.

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.

Keeping a Virtual Eye on your Assets Greg Toth
The STMicroelectronics LoRa® IoT tracker allows you to prototype asset tracking applications using LoRaWAN™ for low-power, long-range communications to backend services such as data dashboards and moving map displays.

Moving from Smart to Brilliant Energy Jon Gabay
Making energy use more efficient on a device is common. Doing it with a distributed random needs-based environment is more difficult. Appliances that can work together to assure peak-demand load conformity will have an advantage over those that don’t.

Connect Microchip AVR128DA48 to Medium One IoT Cloud Greg Toth
The Microchip AVR128DA48 Curiosity Nano Evaluation Kit, along with the cloud-based Medium One IoT Platform, provides hardware, software, and cloud-based tools to create applications that collect, process, and visualize IoT data.

AI’s Origin Traced to Ancient Greece Jürgen Schmidhuber
Today’s AI and deep learning builds on over 2,000 years of work by many brilliant innovators from around the world. To understand where AI is headed, it helps to understand how it got where it is today. Let’s take a quick tour of the origins of AI.

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