The 2015 Design Automation Conference in San Francisco will feature keynotes that focus on body-worn electronics such as Google’s Smart Contact Lens and automotive issues.
Unsettled by attacks on embedded devices such as the point-of-sale terminals used by retailers such as Target and the potential for hackers to target critical infrastructure, the industry focused squarely on security at this year’s Embedded World in Nürnberg, Germany.
HCC Embedded has extended the TCP/IP stack the company wrote using MISRA rules and formalized V-model processes to include web server, mail, time, and network management protocols.
New portfolio integrates and extends existing industrial embedded tools to meet the demands of Industry 4.0
Minimal IP cores are meant to serve broader market than IoT, using revised instruction set to increase code density, save on chip memory and enable security
A demo at ARM TechCon showed one way malware could be foiled on systems that run software of uncertain provenance.
HCC Embedded has developed a modular software manager for encryption, designed to provide embedded systems with the foundation for handling security algorithms.
At DAC 2014, Intel’s chief security architect Ernie Brickell described the processor maker’s approach to protecting hardware and software from hacks and attacks.
If someone put a piece of RTL into your SoC designed to leak information to the outside world, or simply kill the device stone dead, could you spot it?
Self-driving connected cars will drive a change in the way systems are architected for safety, according to Bosch research chief Michael Bolle.
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