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- Luxoft recognized as global leader in ADM services by ISG - The Company will host two webinars moderated by ISG along with offering a downloadable reprint of the ISG Provider Lens(tm) ADM Archetype Report with an ISG-authored preface on Luxoft - Luxoft's automotive technology practice focuses on digital cockpit, navigation and ADAS, under the hood, diagnostics, and advance software development and verification capabilities[Continue reading →]

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CHANDLER, Ariz., Aug. 1, 2017 — The SAM D5x and SAM E5x microcontroller (MCU) families are now available from Microchip Technology Inc. (NASDAQ: MCHP). These new 32-bit MCU families offer extensive connectivity interfaces, powerful performance and robust hardware-based security for a wide variety of applications.

The SAM D5/E5 microcontrollers combine the performance of an ARM® Cortex®-M4 processor with a Floating Point Unit (FPU). This combination offloads the Central Processing Unit (CPU), increasing system efficiency and enabling process-intensive applications on a low-power platform. Running at up to 120 MHz, the D5x and E5x MCUs feature up to 1 MB of dual-panel Flash with Error Correction Code (ECC), easily enabling live updates with no interruption to the running system. Additionally, these families are available with up to 256 KB of SRAM with ECC, vital to mission-critical applications such as medical devices or server systems. [Continue reading →]

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Modern radar and electronic warfare (EW) systems rely on sophisticated signal processing and complex radio-frequency (RF) modulation on pulse. Without proper signal design verification, these techniques may not be effective during critical engagements, which could be catastrophic for the operator. Determining the radar's ability to successfully detect and track targets or an EW system's ability to identify threats and avoid detection or tracking can be challenging. Advanced RF signal analysis and RF pulsed signal capture techniques (variable segment length, de-interleaving, duplex IF real-time analysis) that enable designers to measure signal parameters and confirm the proper operation of their radar or EW systems.[Continue reading →]

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• IIoT platform "toii" is an in-house development that connects machines of different makes and generations • Due to predictive maintenance the platform is also supposed to forecast the necessity of machine services in the future • Processes can be planned and coordinated optimally and flexibly[Continue reading →]

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The DAPtools for Python software from Microstar Laboratories enables intensive data acquisition from Python applications on desktop GNU/Linux systems. Operations with strict time constraints are delegated to the embedded DAPL environment, running on a Data Acquisition Processor board, while less time sensitive data management and display features run in parallel under the Linux kernel. DAPtools for Python is included in the DAPtools Basic package, provided with each DAP product at no added cost. This combines the best of both worlds: the regularity and precision of DAP systems, the flexibility and versatility of the Python environment.[Continue reading →]

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ANDOVER, Mass. - May 25, 2017 - Mercury Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: MRCY, www.mrcy.com), announced it received a $4M order from a leading defense prime contractor for an advanced defense application. The order was booked in the Company’s fiscal 2017 fourth quarter.

“With this order, Mercury is delivering on its commitment to provide state-of-the-art radio frequency solutions required for our military forces to maintain a strategic and tactical advantage,” says Charlie Leader, Senior Vice President of Mercury’s Advanced Microelectronic Solutions group. “Our customers and our warfighters can count on Mercury’s next generation business model to continue delivering advanced commercial technology innovations that matter to the defense industry.”[Continue reading →]

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TORONTO, ON, May 25th, 2017 - Peraso Technologies Inc., a leader in Wireless Gigabit (WiGig®) chipsets, will be demonstrating a wireless gaming solution ideal for VR / AR applications, amongst numerous other 802.11ad applications, including 4K wireless display and Wi-Fi networking at Computex 2017. The demonstrations will be driven by Peraso's Wi-Fi CERTIFIED WiGigTM W110 USB 3.0 adapter and their W120 WiGig phased array chipset, both designed to help drive the WiGig Ecosystem forward with unprecedented speed and functionality.

With the growing demand for Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality, emphasis is now beginning to shift toward finding a wireless solution that will untether the headset from the PC. WiGig (802.11ad and the upcoming 802.11ay) technology is the immediate solution, providing the bandwidth, power and super low latency needed to make this application viable, on the uncongested 60 GHz band. [Continue reading →]

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ANDOVER, Mass. - May 23, 2017 - Mercury Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: MRCY, www.mrcy.com) announced it received the 4-star Supplier Excellence Award from Raytheon’s Integrated Defense Systems business unit. This prominent award recognizes the Company’s facilities in Hudson, N.H. and Phoenix, Ariz. for operational excellence while delivering advanced microelectronic solutions and processing subsystems in support of Raytheon’s business objectives.

Raytheon’s Integrated Defense Systems business instituted the annual Supplier Excellence Awards program to recognize suppliers who have provided outstanding service and partnership in exceeding customer requirements. Award candidates are judged on certain criteria, including overall quality and on-time delivery. Mercury was one of 84 companies recognized by Raytheon’s Integrated Defense Systems business for 4-Star honors. [Continue reading →]

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Extending its expertise in high-brightness microdisplay technology for augmented-reality and other applications, Leti will demonstrate the world's first wide video graphic array (WVGA) GaN microdisplay with 10-micron pixel pitch during Display Week in Los Angeles, May 21-26.[Continue reading →]

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Unprecedented growth of over 80% this year at EnSilica has created a further requirement within the company for a major recruitment drive to fuel its continued expansion in the next 12 months and beyond. The company is seeking experienced chip designers with analog, mixed-signal and RF expertise and has also launched a graduate recruitment scheme.[Continue reading →]

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SCADA, CIS, ICS and similar Modbus protocol communication based industrial systems become much more vulnerable due to their increasing connection to the Internet. The protocol lacks built-in security measures, which makes it easy for cybercriminals to exploit industrial systems and networks and take full control of critical infrastructure. Rohde & Schwarz Cybersecurity now provides a critical IT security solution for secure Modbus protocol communication that protects the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) against cyberattacks and espionage.[Continue reading →]

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Electronic warfare (EW), the use of the electromagnetic spectrum to foil enemy forces and protect friendly ones, is perhaps the most time-sensitive of all the weapons in the military arsenal: a matter of nanoseconds could make the difference between life and death. That's why latency is so critical to EW processing systems. If a radar-guided missile is heading for your aircraft at Mach 5, the aircraft's radar jammer had better be quick - quick to take in the signal, manipulate it, and retransmit it to fool the adversary with false targets or misleading data on size, distance, heading, speed. Digital RF memories (DRFMs), the specialized RF jammers that do just that, require receive-response latencies of 20 to 100 nanoseconds. Compared to radars - which transmit pulses and receive echoes - DRFMs - which receive pulses and retransmit the signals modulated with jamming techniques - have much more stringent latency requirements.[Continue reading →]

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Leti, a research institute of CEA Tech, is marking its 50th anniversary this year during industry events and workshops in Grenoble, Tokyo, and Taipei and at both SEMICON West and IEDM 2017 in San Francisco.[Continue reading →]

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Vpai and HTC Vive Taipei, Taiwan, March 22, 2017 - VIA Technologies, Inc., today announced that it will be demonstrating its first generation of Vpai 720-degree cameras at the HTC Vive Ecosystem Conference 2017 that takes place from March 27th – 28th in Shenzhen, China.

“With their ability to shoot and render stunning panoramic video on the fly, Vpai 720-degree cameras open up exciting new possibilities for creating captivating visual experiences for the HTC Vive,” said Richard Brown, VP International Marketing, VIA Technologies, Inc. “We look forward to exploring opportunities for cooperation with developers at the HTC Vive Ecosystem Conference 2017.” [Continue reading →]

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Taipei, Taiwan, March 22, 2017 - VIA Technologies, Inc., today announced the launch of the first generation of Vpai 720-degree cameras in China. The devices can be ordered online in China for prices of less than US$100.

Available in a choice of stylish ultra-portable form factors, the seven models enable consumers to easily capture, view, and share their experiences in stunning panoramic image and video formats. The user-friendly Vpai app combined with Wi-Fi and USB connectivity options makes operating the cameras a snap in any environment, whether at a dinner with friends or out on the hiking trail. [Continue reading →]

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New York, March 7, 2017 - MicroMax today introduced two new high-end, high performance rugged systems based on the VITA 75 standard. The M-Max 871 EP4/MMS and M-Max 771 PR7/MMS both employ the newest M-Max V75 chassis.[Continue reading →]

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Based on the Hyperstone U9 Flash controller, Micron's new eU500 is a fast, reliable and small embedded USB device which provides a highly reliable Flash storage system targeted at telecommunication, networking, industrial/embedded and IoT applications.[Continue reading →]

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TE KILOVAC KCS01 Contactor TE Connectivity (TE), a world leader in connectivity and sensors, has released an additional size for the KILOVAC current-sensing [KCS] high-voltage contactors. The KILOVAC KCS01 contactor is a compact power-switching solution with an integrated current sensor and current trip function. These contactors are suited for applications in harsh military and commercial electric vehicles, power distribution, energy storage and battery storage systems.

For over 35 years, KILOVAC products have been used to deliver high-voltage switching capabilities demanded by aerospace and defense applications. KILOVAC contactors are highly specialized for use in critical applications with high current systems. The KCS01 contactor extends the KILOVAC contactor line abilities with its ruggedized lightweight design. These contactors are hermetically sealed to optimize and extend performance in harsh, explosive and corrosive environments, even after periods of non-use.[Continue reading →]

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uCOM-AL6C Ubiqconn Technology, an innovative manufacturer specializing in Embedded IoT and Industrial 4.0 solutions, today introduced its COM Express Compact Type 6 module - uCOM-AL6C, empowered by the latest 14nm Intel® AtomTM E3900 series processors, formerly Apollo Lake-I. The adoption of the latest Intel® AtomTM CPUs offers enhanced processing power, real-time computing and lower power consumption on a compact 95x95mm2 COM Express module. uCOM-AL6C is designed to fit the demanding requirements in Embedded IoT, smart factory, smart edge gateway and other Industrial 4.0 related applications which design of power and space is critical.

Intel® AtomTM x5-E3930, x5-E3940, or x7-E3950 SoC processor offers frequency up to 2.0GHz and TDP as low as 6.5 Watt or above. The adoption of the new Intel® 14nm AtomTM SoC series also delivers IoT-oriented platform features including DDR3L-1,600 SO-DIMM up to 8GB, conflict-free Embedded Options Available, Intel® Gen9 Graphics 505/500 with 4K support and Intel® Quick Sync Video. These technological enhancements enable uCOM-AL6C to function as a core in Embedded IoT and Industrial 4.0 applications, such as production system gateway, automated factory monitoring, real-time sensor data processing, and factory control box.[Continue reading →]

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RANCHO CUCAMONGA, Calif., February 14, 2017 – General Micro Systems, Inc. (GMS) today announced the S1U-MD, a 1U rackmount, multi-domain server and managed Ethernet switch/router based on the Intel® Xeon® D server CPU. S1U-MD boasts 12x the performance of traditional blade-servers, but in one-twelfth the size of traditional systems.

Isolating Red and Black domains to ensure security or designing for redundancy is normally accomplished with one full-depth box for each Red and Black domain: 1) two physically separate servers, 2) two separate Ethernet multi-port switches; and 3) two separate routers. Putting this capability into a single, 1U high and 17-inch deep (Short Rack) server blade is another GMS engineering phenomenon in small form factor rugged systems. S1U-MD takes one-twelfth the rack space of a competing multi-domain solution.[Continue reading →]

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KILOVAC KCS03 CURRENT-SENSING HIGH-VOLTAGE CONTACTOR HARRISBURG, Pa. – February 7, 2017 – TE Connectivity (TE), a world leader in connectivity and sensors, recently introduced the KILOVAC current-sensing (KCS03) High-Voltage contactor, featuring an integrated current sensor with current trip function. KILOVAC current-sensing contactors eliminate the need for discrete current sensors, saving weight and space in military and commercial electric vehicles, power distribution and energy storage systems.

TE’s current-sensing contactors simplify configuration needs within rugged applications through its small size and flexible configuration. The sensor function includes a programmable trip, which allows immediate, delayed, or disabled trip. These contactors are hermetically sealed for reliable performance in most harsh, explosive and corrosive environments. [Continue reading →]

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Libelium brings over the Internet of Things to Industry 4.0 offering new applications for factory automation, automotive applications, industrial networking, building and infrastructure, transportation, energy applications and military uses. The compatibility added with new industrial protocol modules and API libraries for Plug&Sense! Sensor Platform allows connecting to the Cloud sensor information coming from industrial devices.

The new modules support the most widely used industrial communication network protocols such as RS-232, RS-485, CAN Bus, and Modbus, used for process as varied as industrial automation, building automation and automobile applications, for sensor network capability in remote or factory floor environments. In conjunction with the new modules, Libelium has released a special Plug & Sense! model to connect 4-20 mA sensors (current loop), the most commonly deployed in industrial environments.[Continue reading →]

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High performance embedded computing (HPEC) system designers tasked with architecting large-scale supercomputer-class processing systems for radar, signal intelligence (SIGINT), and electronic warfare (EW) applications depend greatly on the software development tools available to them. The choice of development tools - such as debuggers, profilers, and cluster managers - can result in an intimate relationship; often the choice means the success or failure of the system design.[Continue reading →]

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Opticon has expanded its range of OEM scan engines by introducing an ultra-thin 2D Imager: the MDI-4100. With its extremely small size measuring just 10mm thickness, the MDI-4100 can be easily integrated into the most compact devices and spaces such as POS Systems, PDA's, companion scanners, handheld terminals and ticket readers.[Continue reading →]

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The European INSPEX project will develop a multi-sensor and low-power spatial-exploration and obstacle-detection system for applications that guide the visually impaired, as well for robotics, drones and smart manufacturing. It will provide real-time, 3D detection, location and warning of obstacles under all environmental conditions.[Continue reading →]

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• Industrial Internet Control System from GE greatly improves operational equipment efficiency and enables quantum leaps in productivity • Unique solution combining connected machine controllers with cloud connectivity, advanced analytics software and apps for plant and asset control in real time[Continue reading →]

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ANSYS 18 delivers a new approach to engineering by deploying simulation across the entire product lifecycle - referred to as pervasive engineering simulation. Pervasive engineering simulation performs a central role in all aspects of the product lifecycle - from concept, through engineering design and into operations. Engineers, from the novice to the highly experienced, can now use engineering simulation software across the entire product lifecycle with the newly released ANSYS® 18. This next generation of ANSYS’ (NASDAQ: ANSS) industry-leading engineering simulation solutions builds upon decades of cutting-edge technology for the most complete and accurate digital prototypes across all major physics, electronics and embedded software areas. This feature-rich release expands the boundaries of simulation upfront in the development process to digital exploration as well as downstream with digital twins, expanding simulation to the operations and maintenance of products.

Today’s industries are undergoing a fundamental transformation in manufacturing and product development. Trends like the Internet of Things, additive manufacturing and machine learning are merging the physical and digital worlds, creating an unprecedented pace of product innovation. The opportunity is immense, but also creates incredible levels of complexity across the entire product lifecycle.[Continue reading →]

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HARRISBURG, Pa. – January 31, 2017 – TE Connectivity (TE) (NYSE: TEL), a world leader in connectivity and sensors, has released its next generation ACT composite connectors within the DEUTSCH MIL-DTL-38999 series. The ACT series circular connectors are among the most versatile and popular circular mil spec input/output connectors in the world. These circular connectors offer composite shells providing up to 40 percent weight savings over aluminum connectors.

MIL-DTL-38999 connectors are widely used throughout the world in military, defense and commercial avionics applications. TE’s DEUTSCH group created one of the original composites in 1990, and has continued to upgrade and improve its products to match industry standards. The ACT series composite shells are among the lightest weight, the most resistant to corrosion and the most durable, offering 1,500 mating cycles.[Continue reading →]

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Rueil-Malmaison, France, January 31th 2017 - SBG Systems releases a new version of the Ellipse Series, its popular product line of miniature inertial sensors. The Ellipse has been greatly improved, showing unmatched performance in attitude measurement while adding Galileo constellation to its GNSS receiver.[Continue reading →]

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ADQ7 in MTCA form factor ADQ7 in MTCA form factor SP Devices, an e2v company, has launched the ADQ7, the first digitizer to offer an unrivalled combination of 14-bits vertical resolution and a sampling rate of up to 10 GS/s.

The ADQ7 hosts a powerful Xilinx Ultrascale XCKU060 FPGA which is made available to the user through a firmware development kit. In addition, to help shorten design time, there are a number of optional stand-alone firmware packages containing application specific, real time signal processing functions. These flexible firmware solutions make the ADQ7 the perfect platform for Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) integration.[Continue reading →]

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CHELMSFORD, Mass. - Jan 30, 2017 - Addressing the need for tighter in-vehicle security, Mercury Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: MRCY, www.mrcy.com), today announced the CANGuard™ security suite, a unique software solution designed to protect automotive vehicle data networks. The Company also announced that it has entered into a licensing agreement with a leading automotive electronics manufacturer to enable the integration of CANGuard software into existing vehicle control units as well as future units.

Security breaches of in-vehicle onboard computers and networks are becoming more prevalent. Recent demonstrations range from remotely shutting down an engine to causing vehicle brakes to malfunction. Such attacks are enabled by the lack of built-in security for the vehicle’s controller area network (CAN) bus—the technology linking most onboard computers. CAN has been a reliable workhorse for the automotive industry for decades, yet it was developed before the Internet, so its inventors never considered malicious remote actors having access to the bus. By compromising a network-enabled onboard computer, a sophisticated hacker can gain access to other critical vehicle systems via CAN, leading to the dangerous security breaches recently reported in the media.[Continue reading →]

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The latest 7th generation Intel Core i7/i5/i3 processor running with Intel C236 chipset, fanless -40°C to 75°C extended temperature, workstation-grade system performance, all-in-one integrated features, 10 independent GigE LAN with 4 X-coded M12 IEEE 802.3at PoE+ and 4 PoE+, 4 SSD trays, 2-port CAN Bus, outstanding mobile availability, smart manageability & power protection, and rugged reliability, Vecow IVH-9200MXC and ECS-9200MXC Series Fanless Embedded Systems are your performance-driven solution for real-time Industry 4.0/Industrial IoT applications.[Continue reading →]

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The MIPI® Alliance, an international organization that develops interface specifications for mobile and mobile-influenced industries, today released MIPI I3CSM, Improved Inter-Integrated Circuit, a sensor interface specification that streamlines sensor integration in smartphones, wearables, Internet of Things (IoT) devices and automotive systems.

“Today’s release of MIPI I3C is an important milestone for MIPI Alliance and the developer community because it brings together multiple sensor interface approaches around a unifying specification that provides conveniences and system-level benefits for many applications,” said Joel Huloux, chairman of the board of MIPI Alliance. “We expect MIPI I3C will play a fundamental role in expanding opportunities for sensor-based applications in mobile, mobile-influenced and embedded systems markets.”[Continue reading →]

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Workstation-grade Intel(r) Xeon(r) processor running with Intel(r) C236 chipset, fanless -40°C to 75°C extended operating temperature, excellent system performance, all-in-one integrated features, 4 SSD trays, 6 independent GigE LAN with 4 M12 IEEE 802.3at PoE+, outstanding mobile availability, smart manageability, 6V to 36V power input with 80V surge protection, ignition power control, intelligent circuit protection and rugged reliability, Vecow IVH-9200 Series Fanless Embedded System is your performance-driven solution for real-time Industry 4.0/ IIOT embedded applications.[Continue reading →]

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LoRa Alliance(tm) members myDevices, the Internet of Things solutions company; Senet, the first and fastest growing North American provider of public, low-power, wide-area networks (LPWANs) for long-range Internet of Things (IoT) applications built on the LoRaWAN(tm) protocol; and STMicroelectronics (NYSE: STM), a global semiconductor leader serving customers across the spectrum of electronics applications, today announced that they have collaborated to showcase demonstrations of the first real-time, multi-target location tracking using the LoRaWAN low-power, wide-area network (LPWAN) protocol along the Las Vegas Strip during CES 2017.[Continue reading →]

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The ASUS Zenfone AR is the company's first smartphone with support for Google TANGO augmented reality technology. A key part of TANGO is a depth-sensing camera module design with the Infineon REAL3 image sensor.[Continue reading →]

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Press Release:-New Delhi, India BalaJi MicroTechnologies is happy to release ultra high paaerforamance Line aScan Camera for machine vision & factory automation applicaatioans.With stroang in-house R&D & design efforts, we are happy to intrAoduace wide range of line scan cameras which produces high quality images.

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Advancements in processor technology mean that engineers and designers are able to meet the demand of signal-processing requirements in applications ranging from radar and software-defined radios to high-performance embedded computing (HPEC), and space systems. Designing for exacting high- bandwidth as well as size, weight, and power (SWaP) requirements are no longer a major challenge, but now are simply a checkbox in the design process. Even so, challenges remain, but designers are finding ways to face those issues by using fiber-optic technology, multicore processors, commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) components, and codesign methodologies.[Continue reading →]

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Here's the problem: Your unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) is flying through densely populated geography when one of its signal intelligence (SIGINT) systems' radio-frequency (RF) channels detects an emitter signal of interest on a specific frequency, indicating a potential target. It's not enough to know there's a potential threat out there somewhere. You need to know the threat's exact location, and you need to know it in near-real-time. The challenge is that to geolocate a particular emitter, the SIGINT system needs to reassign three or four of its other RF channels, so they can - along with the original channel - perform the interferometry, using TDOA [Time Difference of Arrival] localization techniques, that's needed to zero in on the potential target.[Continue reading →]

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Industrial 4.0 changes the manufacturing industry, but also changes the industrial automation product design concept. With a variety of actuation / drive devices, controllers and sensing units become more intelligent, and even in the field to automatically determine the situation, the traditional industrial control systems play a role in the industrial computer, in addition to the System to find a new location, the product design concept began to change. Such as industrial computers will become more energy efficient, more compact, and easier to mount or integrate with other devices.[Continue reading →]

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United Electronic Industries (UEI) today announced that its new high performance ARINC-429 interface I/O board, the DNx-429-516, is available for purchase. This 16-channel board is fully compliant with the ARINC-429 specifications and supports both high speed (100 kHz) and low speed (12.5 kHz) operation.[Continue reading →]

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‘OWLY-EYED’: NEXT-GEN LOW-NOISE IMAGING TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPED BY LETI FOR FRENCH SME PYXALIS

Technology Targets Medical, Security, Defense, Scientific-imaging and other Markets. [Continue reading →]

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StarChip, a dynamic semiconductor company (subsidiary of Safran Identity & Security), and Cortus, a technology leader in low power, 32-bit processor IP, today announced a new strategic collaboration to deliver secure solutions for today's interconnected world against complex security threats[Continue reading →]

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When talking about Automation 4.0 or Internet of Things, it is never an easy job that can be accomplished by a single technical people, a task force or even a company. The IT people needs to learn Modbus, PLC logic, low level C language for I/O control and the OT people needs to know about database, ERP, and web technology. To bridges the technology gap between these two groups of people, Artila provides a ready to go IoT gateway, Matrix-700 embedded computer which supports Linux OS and Node-RED.[Continue reading →]

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Boston, MA, USA – November 2, 2016 – PrismTech™, a global leader in software platforms for distributed systems, today announced the availability of its open source Future Airborne Capability Environment (FACE™) 2.1 Transport Services Segment (TSS) reference implementation.

PrismTech has developed the open source FACE 2.1 TSS reference implementation for use with its Vortex™ OpenSplice™ product, the leading (open source and commercial) implementation of the Object Management Group®'s (OMG®) Data-Distribution Service™ (DDS™) standard. PrismTech’s open source TSS reference implementation provides a mapping-layer between the FACE Transport Services (TS) Application Programming Interface (API) and the standard OMG DDS API. The new TSS implementation supports both C++ and Java APIs and enables portable components to share and exchange data using DDS. PrismTech’s TSS reference implementation is being made available under GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL) v3 open source license terms.[Continue reading →]

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The product launch improves the sensor nodes Waspmote and Plug & Sense! and the IoT gateway Meshlium making them faster, more accurate, energy-saving and compliant with the latest radio and cloud technologies in the market. This new generation adds more than 10.000 developers' feedback.[Continue reading →]

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PHOENIX, AZ – Nov. 1, 2016 – ON Semiconductor (Nasdaq: ON), driving energy efficient innovations, is bringing the advanced global shutter imaging performance of the PYTHON CMOS image sensor family to a cost-effective, small-footprint design.

The new PYTHON 480 image sensor shares the same pixel design and SVGA (800 x 600 pixel) resolution as the existing PYTHON 500, but is optimized for both size (with a package 85% smaller than the existing device) and power. Large 4.8 µm global shutter pixels with two available microlens offset options enable high light sensitivity in end-use cases ranging from inspection systems (where short exposure times enable the capture of moving objects without motion blur) to barcode scanning (where large depth of field and small scanning engines are needed). The new device preserves the imaging performance of the PYTHON family of CMOS image sensors while supporting readout speeds of up to 120 frames per second (fps) through either a single-lane LVDS or parallel output.[Continue reading →]

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See groov bridge the gap between existing industrial assets and infrastructure, and the digital world of cloud computing and information technology in Hall 1 Stand F725; Node-RED software development environment now included in the industrial HMI/dashboard/data logging groov(r) Box.[Continue reading →]

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