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  • Lidar Goes Aesthetic

    eejournal.com 09 Jan '17, 5pm

    One question came up at the MEMS conference regarding sensor interference. Picture all these cars rambling around, zapping each other with light beams like so many light sabers. How do you distinguish your own lidar backsplash from the light (direct or reflected) from someone else’s l...

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  • 2017 - The IoT Administration Begins

    eejournal.com 11 Jan '17, 9am

    Not all IoT edge nodes are monitoring simple inertial sensors, however. Many of our IoT devices need far more formidable senses - like vision. For that, we need impressive computing power coupled with small form factors and power budgets. In this realm (and in many other parts of IoT)...

  • Lidar Goes Aesthetic

    eejournal.com 09 Jan '17, 4pm

    To be clear, lidar is indeed like radar, except that it uses infrared laser light. Actually, in theory, it can use any wavelength of light; it’s just that the systems we’re most interested in have chosen infrared. That light bounces off of stuff, and the reflection is detected. The ti...

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  • Security and Safety

    eejournal.com 22 Dec '16, 3pm

    Security and Safety: they would seem to be separate system considerations. Security is the flavor of the year, with everyone belatedly signing on to its importance (even as Yahoo announces another BILLION accounts hacked). Safety, on the other hand, is generally relegated as an issue ...

  • Not Your Mama’s Autonomous Car

    eejournal.com 24 Dec '16, 9pm

    What you’ve got here is one part engineering co-creation, one part wicked cool 3D printing, and one part automotive revolution. In this week’s Fish Fry, we welcome Dan Fox - CTO of Local Motors. Dan and I discuss the the variety of 3D printed cars micro-manufactured at Local Motors, w...

  • Is Open Source Hardware Growing Up?

    eejournal.com 15 Dec '16, 7pm

    SiFive, a company founded by the Berkeley RISC-V team, has launched what it calls SoC platforms – effectively, development kits for creating SoCs with RISC-V processors. There are initially two flavours. One is the Freedom U500, a Linux-capable system with performance at 1.6 GHz or hi...

  • IC Imagination and Dreaming in Drones

    eejournal.com 23 Dec '16, 4pm

    How many engineers does it take to turn chip design on its head ? Just one. In this week's episode of Fish Fry, we take a closer look at how efabless plans to change the face of the semiconductor industry - one integrated circuit at a time. efabless CEO Mike Wishart joins us to discus...

  • Xilinx Scales Hyperscale

    eejournal.com 22 Nov '16, 4pm

    Xilinx is claiming substantial performance-per-watt savings over traditional server CPUs for a number of typical hyperscale workloads. The advantage claimed ranges from 16x for machine learning inference, 23x for networking vSwitch, 34x for SQL queries for data analytics, and 40x for ...

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