Expert Insights - Embedded

Michael Thompson  |  April 20, 2015

Neural networks bring advanced object detection to embedded vision

Dedicated processors using convolutional neural networking techniques bring advanced vision techniques such as object recognition to embedded systems.
Brian Fuller  |  March 16, 2015

Design reaches out from the edge

We are moving towards a "continuum of compute", ARM CEO Simon Segars said at CDNLive Silicon Valley, a trend that will reshape design.
Dunstan Power  |  January 27, 2015

Assessing technical design trade-offs during product development

Understanding design trade-offs can help achieve the correct balance of functionality, cost, and time to market, says design consultancy chief
Ron Lowman  |  January 7, 2015

A holistic approach to IoT chip design

A look at the challenges of designing chips for the Internet of Things, or IoT, and some of the responses to those challenges
Lauro Rizzatti  |  November 6, 2014

The budget case for emulation

Need to convince your FD of emulation’s growing ROI and the need to invest? Click here and ‘Forward’
Mick Posner  |  May 24, 2014

Prototypers get faster route to first clock tick

ProtoCompiler understands HAPS FPGA prototyping hardware, so it can optimize logic placement and partitioning, even on designs with up to 250m ASIC gates.
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Bill Neifert  |  May 15, 2014

Bringing true power analysis to hardware/software co-design

While some HW/SW co-design and verification techniques are in place, a power analysis methodology is only just emerging
Colin Walls  |  January 30, 2014

Power management in embedded systems – new thinking required

Effective low-power design for embedded-systems will take a new culture of close collaboration between hardware and software engineers.
Richard Goering  |  September 6, 2013

Real-world multicore embedded systems: review

If you're going to be working on any aspect of multicore embedded system design, a newly published book titled "Real World Multicore Embedded Systems" will be an excellent guide.
Colin Walls  |  April 24, 2013

The rush to open source tools

Mind how you go. The only truly free thing about open source tools is the download itself. There is, however, a 'third way', matching professional support to these often useful options.

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