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Automated solution enables fast-paced smartphone production

Automated solution enables fast-paced smartphone production
  A fully automated solution for software downloading has been introduced by JOT Automation. The JOT M10 Six Slider provides maximum software loading capacity in a minimal footprint for smart phones, making it suitable for fast-paced mass manufacturing.
20th April 2015

Data logging package enables the safe storage of vaccines

A data logging package which allows users to comply with the requirements of 21CFR Part 11, vital to the safe storage of vaccines and other medicines, has been released by Lascar Electronics. Building upon the existing EasyLog software, EasyLog21CFR extends the core software package to meet FDA requirements for the maintenance of electronic records in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, medical device and other FDA-regulated industries.  
16th April 2015

Complier increases MCU performance & lowers consumption

Complier increases MCU performance & lowers consumption
  The CC-RL C compiler, a development environment for the RL78 family of 16-bit MCUs widely used in the home appliances, industrial and automotive systems, has been introduced by Renesas Electronics.
16th April 2015


FreeRTOS now available for Tensilica processors & DSPs

FreeRTOS now available for Tensilica processors & DSPs
Cadence Design Systems has announced that FreeRTOS (a popular, scalable, easy-to-use real-time kernel designed specifically for small, low-power embedded systems) is now available for Cadence Tensilica processors and DSPs. According to a 2013 market share study from UBM Tech, FreeRTOS had been selected for 13% of embedded projects that utilise an embedded OS and is a very popular option for MCUs as well as smaller 32-bit processor cores.
16th April 2015

Reference design kit for a 10W CV/CC USB charger

Reference design kit for a 10W CV/CC USB charger
Based on the company’s InnoSwitch-CH family of integrated switcher ICs, Power Integrations has announced a reference design kit for a 10W CV/CC USB charger. RDK-420 enables users to build an 85-264VAC input smart mobile / USB charger with 5V, 2A output, measured in accordance with new US Department of Energy standards and European Union Code of Conduct Version 5, Tier 2 at the end of a USB cable.
16th April 2015

LynxOS-178 RTOS used for Superjet flight system

Lynx Software Technologies and its’ Russian distributor RTSoft, have announced that its LynxOS-178 RTOS is being used in a flight system of the Sukhoi Superjet 100, designed by Ulyanovsk Instrument Manufacturing Design Bureau (UIMDB).
15th April 2015

3D PDF enables secure sharing of annotated CAD data

3D PDF enables secure sharing of annotated CAD data
3D PDF technology is a way of sharing 3D data within the familiar Adobe PDF (Portable Document Format) presentation, recognised and used globally. Theorem’s Publish 3D Document suite enables the publishing of 3D CAD data directly from within the Siemens NX design application and via batch process for Siemens JT visualisation data.
14th April 2015

Collaboration enables smarter model-based design

Collaboration enables smarter model-based design
Wind River is working with MathWorks to integrate Wind River Simics with Simulink for improved model-based design workflows. This collaboration creates smarter system verification by enabling testing and co-simulation of combined design and platform models, and helps drive better designs while removing risk from future development, test, and integration.
14th April 2015

Rapidly design IoT applications with RTOS

Texas Instruments has announced key updates to its complete RTOS, which brings the ease-of-use associated with power management operations in high-level OSs, such as Android and Windows, to embedded MCU-based applications. As a result, using the TI-RTOS 2.12, developers can easily leverage the power management features built into TI devices to create IoT applications with a longer battery life.
9th April 2015

Use magnetic sensor ICs to develop next-gen HMIs

Use magnetic sensor ICs to develop next-gen HMIs
In order to support the innovative MLX90393 programmable magnetic sensor IC, Melexis has announced an EVB. The MLX90393 EVB provides a platform for constructing a wide variety of HMIs, from relatively simple slide, push/pull and linear swipe switches through to more complex 3D sensing systems, such as joysticks or rotary knobs with push functions included.
9th April 2015


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