With a low-cost microcontroller, developers can use Google Vision APIs for cloud-based image recognition.
Using the Red Pitaya Open Instrumentation Platform and an array of open development tools, developers can create their own test and measurement systems.
HyperBus is an ideal 8-bit, high-speed memory interface for memory expansion of small projects where board space is at a premium.
SoMs based on SoCs that incorporate both processors and FPGAs form the foundation for a flexible design approach to embedded systems with reduced design risk.
The trend toward more programmable hardware is accelerating. Embedded engineers are now being pushed to think like modern software developers.
Developers can quickly add facial recognition to an embedded system with an off-the-shelf microcontroller and camera combination.
A wireless PLC provides embedded developers with an alternative method to develop real-time applications using ladder logic.
The Amazon FreeRTOS bootloader solution allows IoT developers to easily update their firmware over the air (OTA).
When adding sensors to automobiles, use the simple PSI5 bus for safe, reliable, low-cost, and secure sensor to ECU communications.
Texas Instruments has put together a portfolio of products which can help make a manufacturer’s jump into Industry 4.0 a reality.
Embedded developers that need more performance from a board with the Arduino Uno form factor can now use the open-source RISC-V based HiFive1 dev kit.
Field-oriented motor control and global navigation satellite systems sustain drone evolution.
Field-oriented control optimizes AC motor usage by providing greater precision and energy savings.
The Industrial IoT requires designers to pay particular attention to architecture, device reliability and robustness, and connectivity.
Embedded developers can greatly simplify the process of updating firmware in the field using a microcontroller’s DFU mode, but there are some tricks to doing it.
Edge computing provides a layer of intelligence between process control logic and the Cloud.
The selection and application of a low-power MCU for the IoT requires careful consideration of architectures and the wise use of power monitoring tools.
Adding additional sensors to Smart Lighting enables greater functionality.
To test applications and systems, developers need to apply the latest test techniques and create an effective test harness that can detect system errors.
CircuitPython dev boards offer a simpler approach for building embedded applications with sophisticated 32-bit MCUs.