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IoT Device Vulnerabilities Are Increasing with No End in Sight
With demand for internet of things technology increasing exponentially, engineers are creating more and more devices on a monthly basis. But, as malware attacks continue to rise, it seems digital security teams can’t keep up with the vulnerabilities.
Support for AI Regulation in Europe and the U.S. Grows
Google’s Sundar Pichai, called for a sensible approach for the regulation of AI, an area that he thinks is too important for governments and regulatory bodies to ignore due to major developments in health tech and self-driving cars, among other things.
RAC03-K/GB Series: RECOM’S 3W AC-DC Energy Efficient Modules
With new IoT applications on the horizon in 2020 and beyond, RECOM has created a new high-quality, no-load power consumption, and cost-effective series of interconnected application modules having a minimal 1 x 1 inches footprint size which offers optimal standby mode.
Adesto Technologies and STMicroelectronics Partner to Accelerate Time-to-Market for Emerging IoT Devices
Adesto Technologies Corporation has participated in the STMicroelectronics Partner Program for the optimization of the operations of emerging IoT devices by combining the STM32 line of microcontrollers (MCUs) and its non-volatile memory (NVM) mechanisms.
University Spin-off AccelerComm Reduces 5G Network Latency Resulting in Significant Power Savings for Mobile Devices
University of Southampton spin-off AccelerComm unveils a breakthrough 5G cellular optimization technology that delivers the highest throughput and lowest latency forward error connection IP.
Disruptive Electrical Engineering Technologies: Supercapacitors
With growing concerns over environmentally-unfriendly materials—as well as of course the often low reliability of batteries—many manufacturers are turning to supercapacitors as the energy storage devices of choice for their applications.
Critical Engineering Skills For the Future: Readying for the Fourth Industrial Revolution in the UK
Engineering is vital to the UK’s economy: it provides quality employment alongside some vital solutions to major global challenges. However, the UK, similarly to the rest of Europe, has been experiencing a skills gap. Faced with the fourth industrial revolution and more, will the UK have the volume of engineering talent it needs to remain a key player?
Analog Devices ADuCM4050 Power Microcontroller for Low Power Applications
ADuCM4050 microcontroller unit (MCU) by Analog Devices is an ultra-low-power integrated system that utilises an ARM Cortex-M4F processor. Applications for these components include internet of things (IoT), smart systems for agriculture, building and metering, sensor networks and more.