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Tuesday 7/21

 

As outlined in this Raspberry Pi Connect post, it?s very possible to connect to your Raspberry Pi over a local network, and accomplish a wide range of tasks. In fact, as I?ve become more comfortable with the system, this is by far my preferred control method. While that post gives a good overview of how to get connected to a system once set up, what if you don?t want to deal with initially connecting a monitor, or remembering how to modify X and Y text files, and with what editor?

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AAEON announced the release of the BOXER-8251AI AI edge box PC powered by NVIDIA? Jetson Xavier? NX.
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Murata Electronics announced a new Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS) Six Degrees of Freedom (6DoF) inertial sensor for safety-critical automotive applications.
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Imperas Software announced the OpenHW Group, a not-for-profit that facilitates collaborations between hardware and software designers in open source IP development, established the CORE-V processor verification test bench, using Imperas? RISC-V reference model.
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Security for embedded systems should not take a single-shot approach. Just because you?re covered in the design phase doesn?t mean your system will be secure all the way through manufacture. And then of course you have to worry about breaches after the product is out in the field and upgrades are needed, and end users are making Cloud connections on their own.

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