2016-05-31 - STMicroelectronics

ST, Arduino bring exceptional graphics to smart devices

The collaboration brings together the STM32 family of MCUs, along with ST’s full portfolio of sensing, power and connectivity technology,…

2016-05-31 - Brian Dipert

Editor’s choice: top 10 drones

Drones are getting increasingly inexpensive by the day as new suppliers enter the market. Learn more about different kinds of…

2016-05-30 - Yousry Elmaghraby

Parasitic extraction methods for full-chip verification

Deciding which approach to use is a matter of understanding your extraction requirements in the context of the design. Let's…

2016-05-26 - Jay Thomas

Basics of software standards compliance (Part 7)

In this instalment, we will look at some examples of the documentation produced during the development lifecycle for safety-critical software.

2016-05-25 - Stephen Cross

Templates: How to optimise template generators

In this instalment, we'll see how template generators can be optimised to minimise, or in many cases eliminate, their overhead.

2016-05-24 - Infineon Technologies

Infineon, Google ATAP team up to bring gesture control to IoT

Using the “Soli” radar technology, the companies hope to deliver greater innovation across various applications such as home entertainment, mobile…

2016-05-24 - Henrik Flodell

Address key software challenges in IoT design

Know the major software challenges in the IoT design realm and how the right choice of tool-chains can help deal…

2016-05-24 - Maxim Integrated Products

Smart force sensor cuts time to market for HMI devices

Maxim's MAXREFDES82# reference design delivers both downward force and centre of mass by collecting responses from four load cells using…

2016-05-23 - Sandeep Dutta, Ramine Roane

Exploring a new system design environment

In this article we explore the different aspects of a novel development environment, including hardware platform description, application development, as…

2016-05-20 - Carolyn Mathas

Holographic smartphone allows glasses-free 3D​ experience

The HoloFlex flexible holographic smartphone from Queen's Univeristy uses a high-definition flexible organic light emitting diode touchscreen.