Best practice being ignored

The Barr Group’s third annual survey of embedded systems safety and security has concluded there remains ‘much work to be done’ by the embedded systems design community in order to achieve a safer and more secure world. “Fortunately,” the report notes, “a lot of what needs to be done is well understood and easy to implement. What appears to be lacking is motivation.”

  • Embedded designers not paying enough attention

    The Barr Group’s third annual survey of embedded systems safety and security has concluded there remains ‘much work to be done’ by the embedded systems design community in order to achieve a safer and more secure world. “Fortunately,” the report notes, “a lot ... Read More
  • Batteries powered by light

    A single-unit, photo-rechargeable portable power source, developed by a UNIST research team in Korea, is based on high efficiency silicon solar cells and lithium-ion batteries (LIBs).

    The new class of monolithically integrated, portable PV-battery ...
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  • Parallel sign off solution to help ICs to market

    Looking to help companies get leading edge chips to market more quickly, Cadence has launched the Pegasus Verification System. Part of Cadence’s digital design and sign-off suite of tools, Pegasus is said to speed design rule checking by a factor of 10 ... Read More
  • MIPS launches development tools for ‘$45 per seat’

    Looking to meet the needs of those developing products for the IoT, Imagination has launched a low cost development environment for its MIPS M-class and I-class CPU IP cores. According to the company, the package comes at approximately $45 per seat, which it ... Read More





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