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Logical Elegance

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Embedded is the show for people who love gadgets. Making them, breaking them, and everything in between. Weekly interviews with engineers, educators, and enthusiasts. Find the show, blog, and more at embedded.fm.
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Embedded Edge

AspenCore

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Embedded edge with Nitin is a podcast show hosted by Nitin Dahad, who talks to both engineers and executives in the embedded systems design and development industry to gain insights into the embedded systems, technologies and products featured in embedded.com.
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The Embedded Frontier, hosted by embedded systems expert Jacob Beningo, is a cutting-edge podcast dedicated to exploring the rapidly evolving world of embedded software and embedded system trends. Each episode delves into the latest technological advancements, industry standards, and innovative strategies that are shaping the future of embedded systems. Jacob Beningo, with his deep industry knowledge and experience, guides listeners through complex topics, making them accessible for both sea ...
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Embedded Executive Podcast

Rich Nass, Embedded Computing Design

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Each week, Embedded Computing Design’s EVP Rich Nass speaks to an executive in the embedded industry to understand what’s happening with the latest products, standards, and trends. The frank discussions reveal the real, behind the scenes issues, so the design community knows what’s coming down the pike. Topics covered in artificial intelligence, machine learning, embedded systems, internet of things, industrial automation, automotive applications, open source and more.
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Embedded Insiders

Embedded Computing Design

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Hosted on the www.embeddedcomputing.com website, the Embedded Insiders Podcast is a fun electronics talk show for hardware design engineers, software developers, and academics. Organized by Tiera Oliver, Associate Editor, and Rich Nass, EVP, of Embedded Computing Design, each episode highlights embedded industry veterans who tackle trends, news, and new products for the embedded, IoT, automotive, security, artificial intelligence, edge computing, and other technology marketplaces in a light ...
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Real-world advice and inspiration on how to navigate the embedded payments journey — and win. Hosted by Bob Butler, Chief Commercial Officer at Payrix. Learn about the latest trends in embedded payments from industry experts, Payrix customers, and leaders on the Payrix team. They’ll share their real-world insights on payment facilitation best practices, use cases, along with the possibilities of greater monetization and higher valuations that embedded payments can unleash. You’ll have everyt ...
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Embedded finance refers to the integration of financial services into non-financial business processes. The concept has been around for some time in digital consumer products. Many apps offer the ability to pay by credit card, on the spot lending, buy-now/pay-later (BNPL), and a variety of other features. Embedded finance, however, is making its way into the corporate ecosystem and is set to reshape the financial landscape completely. Join us on the front lines of this new direction in busin ...
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The Agile Embedded Podcast

Luca Ingianni, Jeff Gable

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Learn how to get your embedded device to market faster AND with higher quality. Join Luca Ingianni and Jeff Gable as they discuss how agile methodologies apply to embedded systems development, with a particular focus on safety-critical industries such as medical devices.
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Movies have always been a shelter for non-normative people. Different lives on the screen help to dream higher or just to escape your reality. By asking LGBT older adults which was their favorite movie when they were young, this podcast will explore those magical connections that, sometimes, a straight narrative could spark on a queer kid.
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In this podcast, we talk focus on security, talking to Infineon Technologies about the Cyber Resilience Act (CRA) and its implications for the entire supply chain, plus a chat with zeroRISC about the role of open-source silicon security in embedded systems and IoT.Από τον AspenCore
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Embedded in the Market is back with a new look and a new direction. This time around, Frank speaks to Manuel López Antón of Madrid Capital Partners on the state of embedded finance today, where it's headed, and who the players are in existing finance ecosystems as well as their roles today and in the future. They also discuss general use cases wher…
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Understatement: Raspberry Pi is popular with the embedded community. Myth: Raspberry Pi is not a secure platform. I believed in that myth until a recent conversation with Alex Kaay, the CTO and co-founder of Zymbit. The beauty of the Pi is in its simplicity, but don’t equate simplicity with unsecure. Alex walked me through why people's beliefs are …
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Carsten Gregerson shares his background in the embedded systems industry and how he got into it. He discusses his work at Nabto, a company that provides remote access to small devices using peer-to-peer technology. Carsten then delves into the topic of real-time operating systems (RTOS) and the battle for open-source RTOS. He explains the differenc…
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Kwabena Agyeman joined Chris and Elecia to talk about optimization, cameras, machine learning, and vision systems. Kwabena is the head of OpenMV (openmv.io), an open source and open hardware system that runs machine learning algorithms on vision data. It uses MicroPython as a development environment so getting started is easy. Their github reposito…
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On this episode of Embedded Insiders, Rich and Vin are taking over with a Dev Talk featuring Matt Johnson, the CEO of Silicon Labs. Continuing their “CEO takeover,” the two are deep-diving into Matt’s background, journey with the semiconductor manufacturing company, and his opinion on how AI will affect incoming engineers. But first, Rich and Ken a…
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One area of technology that many vendors and technologies are gunning for is smart metering, whether commercial or residential electric meters, water meters, or something else. The number of potential meters is HUGE. But which technology makes the most sense for this application? As you might expect, it depends on who you talk to. For this podcast,…
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Medical wearables can greatly enhance the quality of life for many people. This can be done by instantly accessing medical information and potentially alerting a professional, or simply tracking stats on an individual. According to Andrew Burt, the Director of Product Line Management of Digital Healthcare at Analog Devices, his company has produced…
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On this episode of Embedded Insiders, Alexander Kain, Skyworks Solutions’ Senior Principal Artificial Intelligence Systems Engineer joins the podcast to discuss his company’s advanced AI noise suppression, designed to reduce noise in a variety of environments and applications. Next, Rich and Vin are back with another Dev Talk joined by Ron Konezny,…
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Lee Wilkins joined Chris and Elecia to talk about The Open Source Hardware Association, the Open Hardware Summit, and zine culture. The Open Source Hardware Association (OSHWA) provides certification and support for creating open source hardware. The Open Hardware Summit is happening May 3-4, 2024. It is in Montreal, Canada. It also has many online…
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Lee Wilkins joined Chris and Elecia to talk about The Open Source Hardware Association, the Open Hardware Summit, and zine culture. The Open Source Hardware Association (OSHWA) provides certification and support for creating open source hardware. The Open Hardware Summit is happening May 3-4, 2024. It is in Montreal, Canada. It also has many online…
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In this era of AI, designers have to think differently about every aspect of their projects. That includes the memory subsystem. To that end, Micron had a series of announcements to help facilitate AI, particularly on mobile devices. But beyond each subsystem, there’s just so much that needs to be learned and still so much that’s unknown. That’s wh…
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We are currently experiencing a significant turning point in the semiconductor industry, marked by the rapid adoption of heterogeneous integration of dies into a single package. This new architecture presents unique challenges and demands. However, one thing is certain: the industry needs an interconnect that quickly and reliably links the dies. Th…
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Pre-compliance testing is a phenomenon that should be a no-brainer, but for lots of reasons—none of them good—it’s not always done. When you’re doing a design that requires RF and you don’t do the testing, you’re really asking for trouble. That goes double for a product that’s going to ship into multiple geographies. To understand how this process …
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Andy Meadows, the Head of Partner Success at Payrix joins host Ian Hillis to continue their conversation about building a successful Embedded Payments strategy. As the last episode of a four-part series on the topic, Andy and Ian tackle how software companies can minimize attrition and why it’s important to the payments conversation.…
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Chris and Elecia talk about the Embedded Online Conference, their experience learning Zephyr, and some listener questions. Elecia will be presenting on Creating Chaos and Hard Faults at the Embedded Online Conference, Apr 29 - May 3, 2024. Some other talks that look interesting: The Power of a Look-up Table by Nathan Jones Zephyr Tools To Debug Har…
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Chris and Elecia talk about the Embedded Online Conference, their experience learning Zephyr, and some listener questions. Elecia will be presenting on Creating Chaos and Hard Faults at the Embedded Online Conference, Apr 29 - May 3, 2024. Some other talks that look interesting: The Power of a Look-up Table by Nathan Jones Zephyr Tools To Debug Har…
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On this episode of Embedded Insiders, we’re discussing the evolution of processor cores, multitasking capabilities, future trends involving processor design, and more with Aaron Frank, senior product manager at Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions. Then, to continue our Engineering Heroes series, sponsored by Wind River, we’re highlighting Anton Riströ…
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Engineers are usually good at engineering, but writing? That’s a different story. In many cases, lacking the ability to write well can hurt engineers. This rears its ugly head when these engineers are job hunting. Having mis-spellings and bad grammar on a resume is a huge red flag. This is particularly true for some real cherry jobs attracting nume…
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AI MCU vendors have mostly been putting themselves into two camps when it comes to the ecosystem. On one side, the vendor is providing everything themselves. In the other camp, the vendor is relying on partners and the community at large to provide the ecosystem. I recently spoke to Steve Tateosian, SVP of Industrial MCUs, IoT, Wireless, and Comput…
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Logic gates and origami? Professor Inna Zakharevich joined us to talk about Turing complete origami crease patterns. We started talking about Turing completeness which led to a Conway’s Game of Life-like 2D cellular automaton called Rule 110 (Wikipedia) which can be implemented with logic gates (AND, OR, NOT). These logic gates can be implemented a…
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Logic gates and origami? Professor Inna Zakharevich joined us to talk about Turing complete origami crease patterns. We started talking about Turing completeness which led to a Conway’s Game of Life-like 2D cellular automaton called Rule 110 (Wikipedia) which can be implemented with logic gates (AND, OR, NOT). These logic gates can be implemented a…
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In a rare move, I had two guests join me for this week’s Embedded Executives podcast, but for a good reason. I was joined by Mohammed Dogar, Vice President and Head of Global Business Development and Ecosystem at Renesas Electronics, and Sakya Dasgupta, Founder and CEO of EdgeCortix. I asked them to join me together because they have partnered on s…
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A comprehensive Embedded Payments strategy isn’t complete without value added services. But, as a software platform, what value added services should you be considering? And when should you start thinking about these solutions and infusing them into your payment ecosystem and experience? On this episode of the PayFAQ: Embedded Payments podcast we d…
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On this episode of Embedded Insiders, we’re featuring a group of AI experts all hailing from vendors based in Taiwan. The vendors, certainly leaders in their own right, are DFI, ASUS IoT, and Shuttle, and they all feature IoT products, or in this case, AIoT products. The event was organized by TAITRA (Taiwan External Trade Development Council). Giv…
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In this embedded edge with Nitin podcast, we explore megatrends in memory and storage in automotive, virtualization and development tool support for automotive SoCs, and embedded vision, through interviews with Micron Technology, Green Hills Software, and e-con Systems.Από τον AspenCore
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The Embedded Kit recently conducted a survey to understand the biggest challenges facing an embedded developer. You would think those challenges are obvious, and some of them are, but the survey uncovered some fairly interesting areas that are not so obvious. If you’re interested in finding out where those not-so-obvious challenges exist, check out…
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Philip Koopman joined us to talk about how modulo 255 vs 256 makes a huge difference in checksum error detection, how to get the most out of your checksum or CRC, and why understanding how they work is worth the effort. Philip has recently published Understanding Checksums and Cyclic Redundancy Checks. He’s better known for Better Embedded System S…
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Philip Koopman joined us to talk about how modulo 255 vs 256 makes a huge difference in checksum error detection, how to get the most out of your checksum or CRC, and why understanding how they work is worth the effort. Philip has recently published Understanding Checksums and Cyclic Redundancy Checks. He’s better known for Better Embedded System S…
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On this episode of Embedded Insiders, Rich is joined by Tobin Richardson, president and CEO of the Connectivity Standards Alliance (CSA), and Steve Hanna, distinguished engineer at Infineon Technologies, to discuss the CSA's recently launched IoT Device Specification 1.0, a one-stop solution for device certification for manufacturers. Next, in our …
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Do you understand the metrology that applies to semiconductor manufacturing? I know I certainly didn’t, and found out how little I knew about this essential technology when I spoke to David Doyle, the President and Managing Director of Heidenhain Corp. While mostly applying to semiconductors, the technology can be deployed on any manufacturing plat…
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The LoRa Alliance recently conducted a user study to see how far LoRaWAN technology has penetrated into the community. If you’re not familiar, LoRaWAN is a low-power wide-area network that has a range that can be measured in miles. I wanted to understand what the results of the user study showed. Do developers feel confident in deploying the techno…
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Embedded Payments have become a popular initiative among vertical specific software companies looking to deliver a more seamless customer experience, introduce new revenue into the business, and stay competitive in today’s digital world. Purchasing a solution is the easy part. Things can get prickly for software companies when it comes to building …
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Making Embedded Systems, 2nd Edition came out today! Chris and Elecia talk about the changes, the writing, but not the eldritch horror. Then we talk about pianos and origami. The electronic version is available now on Amazon, ebooks.com, Google Play and where you get your ebooks. The paper copy will be out in about two weeks, you can preorder now. …
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