IoT Design

Thursday 4/23

Using our hands and bodies has been the dominant means of control since the dawn of time. This of course is natural for activities like farming and hunting and made a lot of sense as service businesses emerged. As our machines got more intricate and complex, touch made a lot of sense for mechanical devices, and interestingly enough even in the rise of electronics, using buttons, knobs, and various finger-based controls has been pervasive.
Laird Connectivity has announced a new flexible multi-wireless gateway for bridging LoRaWAN devices to the cloud.
Read more
Dialog Semiconductor announced the release of the DA14531 SmartBond TINY module for the development of connected devices.
Read more
SEGGER's J-Link Remote Server is a way to debug remotely. Available in GUI or command line versions for Windows, macOS, and Linux, it is included in the J-Link Software and Documentation package that comes with every model J-Link or J-Trace.
Read more
Nordic Semiconductor announces that U.S. startup, WashSense, has developed a retrofittable Bluetooth mesh smart hand-washing monitor of the same name that can both monitor and educate users how to wash their hands correctly.
Read more
NXP is excited to bring you the NXP eXperience ? an online and interactive destination for all our news, content and training as it was originally planned Embedded World 2020.
Read more
As I?m writing this, we are still stuck in the middle of the COVID-19 crisis in the U.S. and frankly, depending on which ?expert? you believe, we could be back to normal in anywhere from a month or two to many, many months. Here in Texas, where WINSYSTEMS is headquartered, they just announced that schools are shutdown at least until the end of the school year and graduations are being rescheduled for June or July. But honestly, no one knows for sure when things will return to some semblance of business as usual.
ransomware variants


View the latest
Embedded Products  |  Embedded News