IoT Design Weekly – 05.26.2017  
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IoT Design Weekly – 05.26.2017

Features

National Instruments platforms and tools evolve for IIoT developers of all skill levels
National Instruments platforms and tools evolve for IIoT developers of all skill levels

LabVIEW NXG re-emphasizes ‘ease of use’ through visual, configuration-based software development that empowers scientists and engineers who may lack programming expertise.

Gaining an IoT Competitive Edge

Sponsored by: Wind River
June 8, 2pm ET

IoT Panel: Exploring Industrial IoT – What makes it Different?

Sponsored by: PTC, Red Hat, RTI
July 18 2pm ET

Innovation in sensor analytics at the edge
Innovation in sensor analytics at the edge

With a dumb sensor approach, the typical “send everything to the cloud” model can be drastically inefficient. This often presents cloud platforms with the near impossible task of extracting a few morsels of valuable data from an overwhelming amount of noise.

Safety, security, and source code for industrial embedded systems: No shortcuts
Safety, security, and source code for industrial embedded systems: No shortcuts

While security industry professionals tend to be fixated on encryption algorithms and the hypothetical possibilities of side-channel attacks, what engineers in the embedded world have known for some time is that bad code is much more likely to expose a system. To this end, coding standards and practices such as MISRA C and CERT C that were developed to help engineers achieve functional safety requirements can also be beneficial to the overall security of connected systems.

Blogs and Columns

Securing the Internet of Things against DDoS threats
Securing the Internet of Things against DDoS threats

The DDoS protection of today requires robust modern DDoS defenses that will provide both instantaneous visibility into DDoS events as well as long-term trend analysis to identify adaptations in the DDoS landscape and deliver corresponding proactive detection and mitigation techniques.

Executive Outlook

Think critically about defensive strategies for critical infrastructure

In our monthly safety and security interview with Andrew Girson, Co-Founder and CEO of embedded consulting firm Barr Group, we discuss Stuxnet, zero-day vulnerabilities, and the importance of testing for embedded electronics that are part of our critical infrastructure.

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Marketplace

Leti demos first wireless UNB transceiver that enables apps for 'Massive Internet of Things'
Leti demos first wireless UNB transceiver that enables apps for 'Massive Internet of Things'

UNB is an enabling technology for low-cost and low-power wide-area (LPWA) networks. Based on spectrally efficient modulations such as differential binary phase-shift keying (DBPSK) and Gaussian frequency-shift keying (GFSK), UNB simultaneously optimizes network capacity and maximizes the communication link budget.

Skyworks releases Bluetooth Low Energy/802.15.4/Thread/ZigBee front-end module
Skyworks releases Bluetooth Low Energy/802.15.4/Thread/ZigBee front-end module

The FEM includes an integrated high gain, low-noise amplifier with transmit bypass path and digital controls and operates on a wide supply voltage range from 1.7 to 3.6 V, allowing for use in broad spectrum of battery powered applications.

Imperas virtual platform software delivers performance and models for IoT, security
Imperas virtual platform software delivers performance and models for IoT, security

New Open Virtual Platforms (OVP) models for ARM (ARMv8.1), Imagination Technologies (MIPS I6400), RISC-V (32 bit and 64 bit), and Renesas (RH850) processors.

 
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