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Wednesday 4/1

 

With the proliferation of the Internet of Things (IoT), a multitude of wirelessly connected devices have entered the market. While electrical power cords are no longer required, the use of batteries is still a continued challenge in the market today. It is predicted there will be more than 35 billion connected IoT devices worldwide by 2023.

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According to the company, the chip allows engineers to extend MIPI CSI-2 transmission to greater than 15 meters with a tiny 2.1mm x 2.9mm package. It also allows the reduction of a significant number of cables between the camera and processor board.
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AAEON has worked with customers to deploy the BOXER-8110AI, an embedded BOX PC featuring the NVIDIA Jetson TX2 SoC, to power automated service robots in hotels and other service industries.
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Laird Connectivity launched its new multi-wireless Sentrius IG60-BL654 gateway for secure and reliable connectivity from Bluetooth sensors to the cloud.
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We are in the midst of a global pandemic thanks to COVID-19, aka Coronavirus. It?s turned people?s lives completely upside down. But engineers and developers, like many people, still have jobs to do. How that gets done in this time of social distancing is interesting at best. I discussed this issue with Rob Oshana, Vice President of Software R&D for Edge Processing, NXP in this week?s Special Edition of the Embedded Executives podcast.

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