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How much security does your device really require?

How much security does your device really require?
Everyone knows that security is critical for IoT devices but how much is needed for various types of devices? Obviously control systems in a nuclear reactor need a higher level of security than that in a home toaster. But how does an engineer decide? Icon Labs has announced a whitepaper for IoT Device Engineers and manufacturers, available here.
28th April 2016

LG uses Qt to save webOS 3.0 Smart TV development time

LG uses Qt to save webOS 3.0 Smart TV development time
The Qt Company has revealed that LG Electronics has used the Qt cross-platform application and UI development framework in the creation of its webOS 3.0 smart TV platform. Qt’s ability to handle high performance rich graphics underpins the user experience delivered by LG’s 2016 range of smart TVs. The two companies have signed a multi-year technology agreement.
28th April 2016

'Industry's first' MIPI I3C IP for sensor connectivity

Synopsys has announced immediate availability of the industry's first MIPI I3C controller IP to ease the integration of multiple sensors into applications such as mobile, automotive and the IoT. The Synopsys DesignWare MIPI I3C Controller IP incorporates in-band interrupts within the 2-wire interface to deliver low pin count.
28th April 2016


Security rules available in LDRA MISRA compliance offerings

With increased connectivity of applications and devices, OEMS in the automotive, aerospace, defense, medical, industrial automation, energy, and rail transportation sectors are demanding assurance that software has been developed to the highest security standards. To help customers guard against new risks and create safe and secure code, LDRA has integrated comprehensive support of the security-focused rules announced by MISRA into LDRA’s MISRA coding standards compliance offerings. 
28th April 2016

MCU debug technology upgrade speeds development times

MCU debug technology upgrade speeds development times
J-Link firmware has been introduced by SEGGER for the embedded ST-LINK on STM32 Nucleo, STM32 Discovery and other microcontroller unit (MCU) evaluation boards from STMicroelectronics. The upgrade turns a board’s ST-LINK interface into a fully functional J-Link, which can then be employed to debug the board's application processor.
27th April 2016

Hardening techniques help device connectivity

Hardening techniques help device connectivity
Technologies for advanced software hardening have recently been developed by GrammaTech. Most devices on the market today were not designed to support the high levels of connectivity, access and remote operations of today’s IoT systems.
26th April 2016

Reducing power consumption and turnaround times

Reducing power consumption and turnaround times
The Cadence Innovus Implementation System from Cadence Design Systems has been adopted by Toshiba Corporation for its memory controller’s production design project. The tool enabled Toshiba to achieve an optimal target performance while creating a 16% smaller place and route (P&R) area for random logic with 25% lower power consumption when compared with its previous solution.
26th April 2016

IAR Embedded Workbench integrates the NXP S32 Design Studio

IAR Systems announces that its embedded development toolchain, IAR Embedded Workbench for ARM, is now integrated with the S32 Design Studio IDE from NXP Semiconductors. The integration enables the powerful build chain of IAR Embedded Workbench to be used to build code generated in the S32 Design Studio IDE.
26th April 2016

Improvements made to embedded suite

ARCCORE has announced the release of its latest development suite - the embedded AUTOSAR platform, Arctic Core, and the AUTOSAR desktop configuration tool, Arctic Studio. This version includes improvements to existing features, as well as new functionality.
25th April 2016

Static analysis tool has been enhanced with latest version

Static analysis tool has been enhanced with latest version
The latest version of Grammatech’s flagship static analysis tool, CodeSonar 4.2, has been introduced which finds critical software defects and security vulnerabilities in code. The tool has been enhanced to more effectively serve enterprise environments.
25th April 2016


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