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Why IoT Success Hangs on Interoperability Stephen Evanczuk
The challenges of interoperability add significant costs to the development of an individual IoT application and drastically limit the ability to achieve the full value of complex multi-system applications. While standards organizations are hard at work in addressing different facets of the interoperability puzzle, a more direct approach offers hope.

The New, Autonomous Embedded World Marcel Consée
New life for the “Internet of Things” buzzword at Embedded World 2018: In combination with machine vision and various traditional embedded development methodologies, there’s a clear trend toward fully autonomous systems in many industries. Semi-autonomous systems are just the beginning….

Arduino: Three Powerful Yet Overlooked Uses Daniel Hankewycz
Most engineers cringe when they see an Arduino in my toolbox. What they don't realize is the powerful “shape shifting” tool that this low-cost development board is. Let's look at three commonly overlooked uses for an Arduino: Digital logic analyzer, AVR programmer, and UART to USB interface.

A Call for More Semiconductor Companies to Participate in Start-Ups Mark Patrick
Hardware Pioneers founder Fabiano Bellisario explains, “From the feedback we have had tonight it is clear that the Hardware Pioneers concept is continuing to gain ever greater momentum. There is a thriving, vibrant electronic engineering community out there and organising these events gives everyone a unique opportunity to learn about what other people are doing, discuss their own ideas and hopefully find new inspiration. The next stage for us,” he continues, “is to encourage more of the larger semiconductor companies to get involved and engage with the various starts-ups we are showcasing at these gatherings.”

Facebook Redefines Time as “Flicks.” Is the World Ready? Jeremy Cook
Some might define “time” as the fourth dimension or, perhaps, as an arbitrary set of numbers that divides each of our days into 24 hours, 1,440 minutes, and 86,400 seconds. Periods of time smaller than the second are generally expressed as fractions of a second, but these small intervals create challenges when trying to sync virtual reality and gaming environments.

Lithium, Cobalt, and Lithium-Cobalt Prices, Demand Drive EVs Steven Keeping
The price of Lithium has tripled since 2016 as electric vehicle batteries compete with mobile consumer electronics for the material. But the escalating price, driven by a threat of shortage of supply, is unlikely to dampen EV demand. Cobalt, another vital ingredient of Li-ion batteries, is another matter, and researchers are working hard to find cheaper alternatives, including Lithium-cobalt.

Not Your Mom’s Trip to the Market: Grocery Shopping Automation Steve Schriber
Self-driving carts, smart shelves, cashier-less checkouts, and robotic delivery take grocery shopping to the next level of efficiency. Today’s consumers are as fickle as they are practical, but technologies are bringing highly accommodating smart shopping to stores near you.

Creating Faster, Safer, Cost-Effective Robots Using LIDAR Traci Browne
The gift of sight via light detection and ranging (LIDAR) has enabled engineers to move beyond the development of robots that complete simple tasks to robots that can take on increasingly complicated workloads in safer, faster, and more cost-effective ways than ever before.

Open Source Reinvents the Keyboard Bruce Byfield
Open source developers are rethinking the traditional mechanical keyboard. New releases, such as the Keyboardio Model 01, display an aesthetically pleasing, ergonomic, programmable, customizable, and quiet mechanical keyboard as an alternative to high-end proprietary keyboards.

Falcon Heavy Leaves Earth’s Orbit, Returns Rockets Intact Jeremy Cook
What sets SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy rocket launch apart from missions that came before it? While thrusting a Tesla into space has captured media attention, the Falcon Heavy rocket accomplished something else: controlling the booster trajectory so well that the side boosters fell back to earth in a controlled manner and landed vertically on predesignated landing pads.

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