CAES (Cobham Advanced Electronic Solutions)
On this Episode of Embedded Insiders we’re joined by Founder and CTO of Croquet, David Smith, to discuss the company’s Portals technology which is designed to securely connect 3D, web-based spaces where developers from different parties can link their virtual worlds together.
Uppsala and Gothenburg, Sweden. IAR Systems and Gaisler are partnering on an IAR Embedded Workbench for RISC-V (IAR I-jet), a comprehensive development toolchain assisting engineers with an abundance of resources tied into one simplistic development platform. The workbench includes many debugging and assessment protocols for code and data breakpoints, as well as runtime stack analysis, call stack visualization, and code coverage analysis. The IAR I-jet is an economical debug interface with the Noel-V processor from Gaisler.
As objects exit Earth’s atmosphere, radiation levels become increasingly destructive to both organic and inorganic materials. The latter includes electronics, which are susceptible to Gamma rays, X-rays, and other high-energy particles that can cause single event upsets (SEUs, also known as bitflips) in memory, voltage spikes in analog circuitry, and other faults that can crash programs or entire systems.
CAES, a provider of mission critical electronics for aerospace and defense, introduced the industry’s first single-stage, isolated DC-DC converters for high throughput satellite payloads.