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Mini SBC works down to -30°C thumbnail

As AI technology becomes ubiquitous, the impact of unusual weather also gains more attention. The most impressive case was the sudden weather change in Denver, the US, last September that the temperature dropped from 37°C to minus overnight. Faced with such fluctuation, the devices which maintained the daily life of the city in order, like the …

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Microchip Microcontrollers for Electric Motor Control thumbnail

PIC32CM Microcontroller Family, MC Series The broad portfolio of 32-bit PIC microcontrollers comprises several product families, each distinguished by a set of distinctive features. The newest of these is the PIC32CM “MC” family, where “MC” stands for “motor control”, the primary purpose of these microcontrollers. These 32-bit components are based on the ARM Cortex- M0+ …

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4D imaging radar runs on NVIDIA drive platform thumbnail

Arbe announced its leading 4D Imaging Radar Solution with 2K resolution is now available on the open NVIDIA DRIVE platform. Arbe’s imaging radar availability aims to accelerate the development of autonomous vehicles. By allowing leading OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers to access the 4D imaging radar data on NVIDIA’s AV platform, Arbe’s solution can serve as the basis for advanced …

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BLE 5.0 module sports SPI interface thumbnail

Würth Elektronik introduces the Proteus-III-SPI Bluetooth Low Energy 5.1 module. This variant of the tried and tested Proteus-III uses an SPI instead of a UART interface. The new module, based on the Nordic Semiconductor nRF52840 chipset, exploits the possibilities of the Bluetooth Low Energy 5.1 standard—with significantly higher performance. With a payload of up to 964 bytes, …

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Satellite connectivity bridges gap to underserved IoT markets thumbnail

With an estimated 75 billion IoT devices predicted to be online by 2025, Statista predicts that a good portion will be in areas that lack a standard connection. Moreover, a significant fraction of massive IoT use cases will require a global reach in industries like logistics, maritime, fleet management, energy or environment monitoring. According to …

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Free Software Tool to Optimise Antenna Placement on a PCB thumbnail

Antenova Ltd has created a new software tool to help designers place  antennas in a wireless design. The tool displays the optimum position for embedded antennas on the PCB, depending upon the dimensions of the PCB and the specifications of the antennas. It places each individual antenna on the PCB in the best location for …

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Understanding the Fundamentals of Analytics Teams with John K. Thompson thumbnail

Key-takeaways:   Data scientists need a tailored portfolio of projects that they own and manage to have a sense of autonomy.  The top skill or personality trait a successful data scientist can possess (and should possess) is curiosity.  Managing a successful analytics team and individual analytics professionals is different than managing any other type of team.  …

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Convolutional Neural Networks (CNNs) – A Breakthrough In Image Recognition  thumbnail

A CNN is a combination of two components: a feature extractor module followed by a trainable classifier. The first component includes a stack of convolution, activation, and pooling layers. A dense neural network (DNN) does the classification. Each neuron in a layer is connected to those in the next layer.  This article is an excerpt from the book, Machine Learning Using …

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