Designing for the IoT comes with a unique set of challenges that require unique hardware solutions to overcome. Learn how smart passive sensors (SPSs)—sensors that function without a battery and without a microcontroller—are an example of IoT-specific design.
December 05, 2017 by ON Semiconductor
The next step of wide-area wireless connection is to bring the power of wireless to machine type communications (MTC). This will drive a revolution in services that will span sectors as diverse as manufacturing, city management, transportation, and energy.
October 17, 2017 by Emmanuel Gresset, CEVA
There is a trend beginning for a whole new network of smart devices to listen and respond to requests for all rooms of your smart home so you don't have to hear "I'm sorry, I didn't get that" anymore.
October 10, 2017 by Morgan Lollar, Texas Instruments
In this multipart industrial IoT series, we will break down and explore the fundamental aspects of the edge node interpretation within the larger IoT framework: sensing, measuring, interpreting, and connecting data, with additional consideration for power management and security.
September 26, 2017 by Ian Beavers, Analog Devices
The industrial Internet of Things (IoT) encompasses the broad transformation underway that will make pervasive sensing across connected machines not just a competitive advantage, but an essential fundamental service. The industrial IoT starts with the edge node, which is the sensing and measurement entry point of interest.
September 12, 2017 by Ian Beavers, Analog Devices
Critical to the success of any product is its user experience. From household appliances through to websites, the ones that succeed are both functional and easy–or even enjoyable–to use.
July 18, 2017 by Scott Soong, Pervasive Displays
As system designers search for power efficient signal conditioning components, they may find that there are very few ICs available under 100 μA supply current and even fewer that include a small package variant.
April 18, 2017 by David Plourde, Analog Devices