IoT, Security & Automotive

Top Stories

Built-In Security For Auto Chips

Automated driving calls for much higher security in chips, subsystems, and systems—and that's just the beginning.

New Market Drivers

Experts at the Table, part 2: How and why automotive designs are changing existing methodologies, volumes and system-level safety.

New Shifts In Automotive Design

How electric vehicles, autonomous driving and car sharing are impacting chip design.

Where Is Energy Harvesting?

Sensors that have to be smart enough for networking and security have power conservation all set, following a decade of focused effort by chipmaker...

Who’s Responsible For Security?

Experts at the Table, part 3: How to manage the cost of security; the value of passwords; insignificant versus real threats.

IIoT Security Threat Rising

Rising value of data and growing complexity driving sense or urgency.

LiDAR Goes Back To The Future

While the technology continues to be developed for automated driving, it is finding other applications.

Investors Back IoT Startups

Total private funding was more than $1.35B in 2H 2017, but investors also are showing more caution about where they put their money.

How To Secure The Network Edge

The risk of breaches is growing, and so is the potential damage.

Executive Insight: Wally Rhines

Mentor's CEO weighs in on new markets, new tools, big data, machine learning and industry consolidation.

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Round Tables

New Market Drivers

Experts at the Table, part 2: How and why automotive designs are changing existing methodologies, volumes and system-level safety.

New Market Drivers

Experts at the Table, part 1: The industry is changing. Who is driving the market today and what new requirements do they have?

Who’s Responsible For Security?

Experts at the Table, part 3: How to manage the cost of security; the value of passwords; insignificant versus real threats.

Who’s Responsible For Security?

Experts at the Table, part 2: Cheap components contaminating the supply chain, the need for platforms and certifications, and the futility of tryin...

Who’s Responsible For Security?

Experts at the Table, part 1: Where security is working, where it isn't, and what to do about it.

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Multimedia

Tech Talk: On-Chip Variation

How to reduce pessimism and margin at 7/5 nm.

Tech Talk: eFPGA Density

How to improve density in programmable logic.

Tech Talk: 5G

What this new wireless standard means for the technology industry and what issues still need to be solved.

Tech Talk: Debugging ASICs With Embedded FPGAs

Finding other uses for eFPGAs.

Tech Talk: 802.11ax Multi-User

How the new standard improves wireless bandwidth in the home and office and what's needed to implement it.

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Editor's Note

Artificial, With Questionable Intelligence

Debate begins to stir up about choices machines make.
April 5, 2018
Evolving The Car

Committing To Automotive

Given the numerous safety, reliability and security requirements for the auto...
Security Matters

Securing IoT Edge Devices

Limited compute resources and a complex ecosystem make edge security tough, b...
Embedded Thoughts

eFPGAs Accelerate Data-Centric Processing

Gain the benefits of reconfigurable technology without the power penalty of g...
Building The IoE

Addressing The Productivity Gaps In IIoT

While IIoT shows much promise, the current state of SDKs could pose a major p...
Data On Data

How To Build A Modern Network

How to sort through the different telemetry approaches for the optimum solution.
Safe, Secure, Smarter Cars

Achieving ISO 26262 Certification With High-Performance P...

Utilizing ASIL-ready IP processor designs is an important step toward functio...
Flexible Chips

Introduction To eFPGA Software

Optimize embedded FPGA designs by using dedicated software tools.
Design Reuse Made Real

Automotive IPs Bring New Challenges To IP Management

Building IP to rigorous safety standards is tough, and so is handling all the...
March 1, 2018
Embedded Insights

Eye-Catching Innovations In Display Subsystems

Prompted by a number of trends, mobile display technologies are now a major s...
January 4, 2018
Memory Bolt

The Black Box In Auto Vehicles

Keeping a car's crash data secure.
July 6, 2017

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