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News from the Industrial Internet Consortium / OpenFog Charles Byers
The OpenFog Consortium recently joined forces with the Industrial Internet Consortium, producing a powerhouse of edge-fog thought and architecture. This blog describes the motivations for joining forces, markets and applications served, and thoughts about the future of edge-fog computing in IoT networks.

A Look at Space Stations of the Past, Present, and Future Mike Parks
The exploration and long-term settlement of our solar system will be entirely different from European colonization. The extreme environment of space, the vast distances, lack of indigenous resources, and the act of leaving Earth’s surface will present challenges unique to our “star-ward” journeys.

Autonomous Car Racing: Making it to the 2019 NXP Cup EMEA Finals Flavio Stiffan
As teams moved to the next round of the NXP Cup, they had to find ingenious ways to modify the core design. By incorporating sophisticated sensors and higher performance processors, their autonomous racecars more adeptly navigated their way around the challenging course.

Video Everywhere: What Happens When Projectors Get Really Cheap? Charles Byers
Video cameras have dropped in price by three orders of magnitude in the last couple of decades. What if video projectors followed a similar path? Where would we put those little, cheap projectors? How would massively parallel arrays of projectors be used? What sorts of new services could result?

Made to Take the Pressure Paul Golata
Both people and objects can experience pressure—the force applied to an object. Measuring force allows one to objectively know how much force is being applied. Robust and versatile pressure sensors enable better, smaller, and more cost-effective system designs.

At 90W, Power over Ethernet Hits the Sweet Spot Barry Manz
The 802.3bt standard lets devices consume more power, which makes it a compelling solution for smart buildings and cities.

Taking a Different Spin on Motor Driver Technology: Enjoy the Ride Paul Golata
If you have ever ridden a Ferris wheel, you know that motor control is important. Experience a different spin on motor-driver technology and enjoy the ride.

How Utilities Are Preparing for EVSE David Talbott
Analysts estimate that if every car and light truck on US roads today were an EV, the amount of power they would consume would equal the US’s entire power-generation capacity. What are utility companies doing to support EV charging needs?

Anticipating EVSE Power Supply Needs David Talbott
A single Level 2 charging station can effectively double the electric load of a house, and commercial EVSE installations can generate very high peak loads that can incur huge unexpected demand charges on electric bills. What are the key things you need to consider when planning for EV charging?

EV Wireless Charging David Talbott
Proponents of wireless charging see it as a simpler, more convenient way to charge EVs because it eliminates the hassle of handling charging cables and offers a new way to charge vehicles at rest or in motion. But, is wireless charging practical, or is it just fantasy?

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