IoT Design Weekly – 04.08.2016  
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IoT Design Weekly – 04.08.2016

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Features

Integrating real-time analytics into embedded systems
Integrating real-time analytics into embedded systems

Parts one and two covered data access, data pre-processing, and identification of the most predictive features. Now let’s turn to developing the predictive analytics algorithms themselves.

Connect what matters with Dell IoT Solutions

Learn how Dell and its global partner ecosystem are advancing the Internet of Things through videos, white papers, case studies, and more.

Static analysis in the context of dynamic testing

Test-driven development brings certain advantages that help structure the process for efficiently validating the functional requirements.
Sponsored by: MathWorks
Date: April 12 2pm EDT

Combine a TI CC3100 IoT booster pack with an ST-Nucleo board
Combine a TI CC3100 IoT booster pack with an ST-Nucleo board

In the following example, learn how to connect the STM32F411 ST-Nucleo to the CC3100 booster pack using the SPI interface, selected because it’s a synchronous interface that can be clocked up to 20 MHz.

Blogs and Columns

Smart IoT products needn’t be hackable
Smart IoT products needn’t be hackable

Getting devices to market faster than the competition can provide a crucial advantage. But that’s not the only obstacle. A larger one relates to security, and how connected devices keep users and makers safe from data hacks and eliminate third-party control over devices.

Video pair shows building control, and one of my pet peeves
Video pair shows building control, and one of my pet peeves

It’s not the analytics itself that bothers me. Rather, it’s the fact that so many people (actually systems) are gathering tons and tons of data, and aren’t really thinking about what to do with that data.

Leveraging embedded industry standards for flexible IoT gateway designs
Leveraging embedded industry standards for flexible IoT gateway designs

The following case study explores the challenges of Internet of Things gateway design, and how MyOmega Systems Technologies was able to develop a uniquely flexible and secure gateway based on industry standard hardware modules and embedded design expertise.

Executive Outlook

Industrial Internet through the wire with EtherCAT Technology Group

With all the fuss around wireless connectivity for the Internet of Things, it’s sometimes easy to forget that the backbone of industrial systems is built on wired fieldbus technologies. While some of those legacy fieldbus technologies are starting to give way, EtherCAT, the “Ethernet Fieldbus” is not only continuing to succeed in industrial markets, but also preparing for integration with wider Industry 4.0 technologies and deployments. Martin Rostan, Executive Director of the EtherCAT Technology Group, explains.

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Marketplace

RTI Connext DDS to support Industrial Internet Consortium Connected Care Testbed
RTI Connext DDS to support Industrial Internet Consortium Connected Care Testbed

RTI joins Infosys, PTC, and Massachusetts General Hospital to improve patient care and enable healthcare delivery via Open IoT ecosystem

Redwall Technologies awarded security patent for Internet of Things embedded processors
Redwall Technologies awarded security patent for Internet of Things embedded processors

The patent covers a component of the Redwall Mobile secure operating system that can be embedded into Internet of Things devices.

ANSYS releases latest version of Savant and EMIT
ANSYS releases latest version of Savant and EMIT

Advanced simulation tools deliver unsurpassed performance and reliability for a range of antenna integration, wireless communications, and Internet of Things products.

 
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