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Threading Together the Twins in a Contextually Relevant Digital World

The emergence and usefulness of digital continuity, twins and threads, is a direct result of the ongoing process of digitizing the physical world. Digitization of the Manufacturing World Digitization is the conversion of the physical world to a digital equivalent. It represents the convergence of the real and the virtual worlds. This conversion has been accelerated with the emergence of ... Read More »

Has The Time Come for SOC Embedded FPGAs?

Shrinking technology nodes at lower product costs plus the rise of compute-intensive IOT applications help Menta’s e-FPGA outlook. By John Blyler, IP Systems The following are edited portions of my video interview the Design Automation Conference (DAC) 2016 with Menta’s business development director, Yoan Dupret. – JB John Blyler’s interview with Yoan Dupret from Menta Blyler: You’re technology enables designers to include ... Read More »

Can Location Technology Make Connected Cars More Secure?

UWB chip-based high accuracy location bubbles are applicable to drone, keychain finder, IOT, smart home devices and connected car technologies. By Mickael Viot, Decawave Indoor location systems are a growing trend in shopping malls, airports, retail stores and smart homes. These new technologies enable smartphones and electronic devices to determine their locations indoors much as GPS can do outdoors. Indoor ... Read More »