IoT, Security & Automotive

Top Stories

Are Devices Getting More Secure?

Manufacturers are paying more attention to security, but it's not clear whether that's enough.

October Startup Funding: IoT, Security, Auto

Funding flows to a variety of startups; M&A in security.

AI Begins To Reshape Chip Design

Technology adds more granularity, but starting point for design shifts as architectures cope with greater volumes of data.

Connected Cars: From Chip To City

Tomorrow’s vehicle-to-infrastructure network will require a coordinated effort between standards bodies, infrastructure providers, and technology...

Quantum Random Numbers Future-Proof Encryption

Three universities chose to build and license quantum random number generators.

FAA Traffic Management Anticipates Flying Cars

The plans for a drone air-traffic control system may set the ground work for bigger things.

ADAS Meets Anthropology

Why Nissan hired an anthropologist and how she expects people will deal with robotic cars.

Adding Safety Into Automotive Design

OEMs are demanding safety-readiness for more components, altering the dynamics of the design process.

Making Buildings Smarter

Automation systems help reduce energy consumption, add operating efficiency, but cost still matters.

Anti-Drone Tech Emerges With Drone Growth

Technology getting smarter on both sides, opening new options for chipmakers.

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Round Tables

The Rising Cost Of 5G

Experts at the table, part 3: Big increases in power consumption and uncertainty about how to test these devices have yet to be resolved.

Pros, Cons Of ML-Specific Chips

Machine Learning's Limits, part 3: Which processor type is the best for training and inferencing, and why are there so many companies trying to bui...

Machine Learning’s Limits

Experts at the Table, part 2: When errors occur, how and when are they identified and by whom?

Machine Learning’s Limits (Part 1)

Experts at the Table, part 1: Why machine learning works in some cases and not in others.

New Market Drivers

Experts at the Table, part 3: Verification, designer requirements, changing business models and immediate user pressures.

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AI Training Chips

How to speed up algorithms and improve performance.

Chips In Space

Using eFPGAs in satellites and airplanes.

What Is SOTIF?

How Safety of the Intended Functionality will affect autonomous vehicle design.

Using ASICs For AI Inferencing

How to speed up artificial intelligence in edge devices and data centers.

The Next Big Chip Companies

Who will win in a world where architecture and packaging are now differentiators, and where intelligence, connectivity and security are the new pre...

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Latest Blogs

Security Matters

Establishing the Root of Trust for the Internet of Things

Securing the IoT will require a holistic approach.
November 12, 2018
DAC Exchange

Research: The Heart and Soul of DAC

Focus is expanding from just chips to include emerging challenges that span e...
Design Reuse Made Real

It’s Time For Companies To Embrace IP Management

What keeps companies from adopting new methods that could improve efficiency?
Editor's Note

The Multiple Faces And Phases Of AI

Confusion grows as AI finds its way into more applications.
November 1, 2018
Evolving The Car

Automakers Gear Up For Autonomy

While fully autonomous cars are still a number of years from being ubiquitous...
Safe, Secure, Smarter Cars

New Opportunities For OTP NVM

The key features that make one-time programmable memories ideal for a range o...
Data On Data

How To Automate A Parking Lot

It takes an ecosystem to park a car.
Building The IoE

Streamlining Public EV Charging

Car-to-charger communication makes charging away from home a simpler process.
Embedded Insights

Reducing Time To Market For Security Solutions

Complex regulatory requirements and the time it takes to make security soluti...
Flexible Chips

Real-Time Object Recognition At Low Cost/Power/Latency

Benchmarks for a new neural inferencing architecture.
Embedded Thoughts

Achieving eFPGA Timing Closure In An ASIC

Closing timing in an eFPGA takes multiple designers, making a defined methodo...
October 4, 2018

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Semiconductor devices face many hazards before and after manufacturing that can cause them to fail prematurely.

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GlobalFoundries’ decision to put 7nm on hold is raising concerns across the mil/aero industry.

Carmakers To Chipmakers: Where’s The Data?

Different perspectives and needs create friction as more advanced electronics are added into vehicles.