IoT, Security & Automotive

Top Stories

$8.5B For Auto, IoT, Security Startups

First-half funding analysis shows continued robust investment in tech.

More Sigmas In Auto Chips

Increasing robustness levels will require significant changes throughout the entire automotive ecosystem.

Why The IIoT Is Not Secure

Don’t blame the technology. This is a people problem.

Hardware Security Threat Rising

Rambus' CTO zeroes in on why hardware is now a target and what's driving this shift.

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...

Getting To The Self-Driving Car

There is still much work to be done, but that hasn't dampened the buzz around it.

FPGAs Drive Deeper Into Cars

Automotive OEMs are leveraging programmability for algorithms, evolving safety standards, and market differentiating features.

Regulations Trail Autonomous Vehicles

Chipmakers will continue to benefit, but it will be a long road until autonomous vehicles dominate the roads

Farming Goes High-Tech

Security and data requirements in ag tech are looking remarkably similar to automotive applications.

Toward IIoT Security Standards

What the industrial IoT would look like if it was mature, secure and reliable.

More Top Stories »



Round Tables

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

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.

New Market Drivers

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

More Roundtables »



Multimedia

AI, ML Chip Choices

Which type of chips are best and why.

Embedded FPGA Timing

How to time an eFPGA, and what can go wrong.

7nm Design Challenges

Tech Talk: Why the next nodes will be so expensive, and how that will play out in chip design.

Embedded FPGA Design Considerations

Tech Talk: What to keep in mind when adding eFPGAs into SoCs.

Tech Talk: ISO 26262 Drilldown

What's required to gain a solid foothold in the automotive electronics market.

More Multimedia »



See All Posts in IoT and Security »

Latest Blogs

Security Matters

Effectively Fighting Fake Medical Products

How to deal with an increasing number of counterfeit goods at very low cost.
August 3, 2018
Editor's Note

IoT Meets ML

What happens when the IoT begins tapping into patterns?
August 2, 2018
Evolving The Car

Auto Chip Ecosystem Needs Common Language

A key ingredient for the autonomous driving ecosystem is mutual understanding...
NoC NoC

Artificial Intelligence Chips: Past, Present and Future

It's been an uneven path leading to the current state of AI, and there's stil...
Building The IoE

Smart Cities’ Head Start On The Mobility Future

Autonomous cars are only one part in creating a transportation revolution.
Safe, Secure, Smarter Cars

5G Gets Closer To Commercialization

With the latest release, companies can begin work on testing and deploying th...
Embedded Thoughts

The Importance Of An eFPGA’s Configuration Interfaces

CPU, Serial Flash, and JTAG configuration modes each have distinct advantages.
Flexible Chips

Sandia Labs’ New Configurable SoC

Why the national lab opted for an embedded FPGA.
Embedded Insights

When The IoT Really Works

A look at the necessary ingredients to transform businesses.
Data On Data

HD Video Comes To Entry-Level Drones

Improved Wi-Fi communication make a huge difference in reducing cost without ...
July 9, 2018
Design Reuse Made Real

Don’t Be The Dinosaur On IP Reuse

To get the maximum value from IP assets, it's time to change how we manage them.
June 7, 2018

Knowledge Centers
Entities, people and technologies explored


  Trending Articles

AI Architectures Must Change

Using the Von Neumann architecture for artificial intelligence applications is inefficient. What will replace it?

The Chiplet Race Begins

DARPA and a number of major vendors are backing this modular approach, but hurdles remain.

Artificial Intelligence Chips: Past, Present and Future

It’s been an uneven path leading to the current state of AI, and there’s still a lot of work ahead.

Chip Aging Becomes Design Problem

Assessing the reliability of a device requires adding more physical factors into the analysis, many of which are interconnected in complex ways.

Mixed Outlook For Semi Biz

Overall market will grow, but there are still pockets of uncertainty involving memory, scaling and tariffs.