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IoT standard offers security baseline

2020-07-07 21:09 Embedded.com Stephen Evanczuk

The ETSI Technical Committee on Cybersecurity (TC CYBER) unveiled ETSI EN 303 645, a standard for cybersecurity in the internet of things (IoT) that establishes a security baseline for internet-connected consumer products and provides a basis for future IoT certification schemes. Based on the ETSI specification TS 103 645, EN 303 645 went through National Standards Organization comments and voting, engaging even more stakeholders in its development and ultimately strengthening the resulting standard. The EN is a result of collaboration and expertise from industry, academics, and government.

As more devices in the home connect to the internet, the cybersecurity of the IoT has become a growing concern. The EN is designed to prevent large-scale, prevalent attacks against smart devices that cybersecurity experts see every day. Compliance with the standard will restrict the ability of attackers to control devices across the globe — known as botnets — to launch DDoS attacks, mine cryptocurrency, and spy on users in their own homes. By preventing these attacks, the EN represents a huge uplift in baseline security and privacy.

ETSI EN 303 645 specifies 13 provisions for the security of internet-connected consumer devices and their associated services. IoT products in scope include connected children’s toys and baby monitors, connected safety-relevant products such as smoke detectors and door locks, smart cameras, TVs and speakers, wearable health trackers, connected home automation and alarm systems, connected appliances (e.g., washing machines and fridges), and smart home assistants. The EN also includes five specific data-protection provisions for consumer IoT.

“We launched the Finnish IoT label in November 2019; it was a world-first and it attracted a lot of global interest,” said Juhani Eronen, Traficom. “Our labels are awarded to networking smart devices that meet certification criteria based on EN 303 645; this help consumers identify IoT devices that are sufficiently secure. To date, we have awarded the labels to several products including fitness watches, home automation devices, and smart hubs. Being involved in the development of the ETSI standard from the start helped us a lot in building up our certification scheme. Feedback from companies and hackers has been very positive so far.”

“Legrand is pleased to have contributed to the ETSI EN 303 645 standard,” said Mahmoud Ghaddar, CISO Standardization. “It focuses on the product baseline controls addressing the most common security weaknesses in the IoT ecosystem. Ensuring a better level of security in the IoT ecosystem can only be achieved if governments, industry, and consumers collaborate on a common and reachable goal, and standardization bodies like ETSI have provided the right platform to achieve it for this standard.”

ETSI EN 303 645 is a cohesive standard that presents an achievable, single target for manufacturers and IoT stakeholders to attain. Many organizations have already based their products and certification schemes around the EN and its predecessor TS. It demonstrates how one standard can underpin many assurance schemes and provide flexibility in certification — whilst maintaining world-leading security.

TC CYBER continues its work on IoT security, with the development of a test specification and an implementation guide to complement EN 303 645.

>> This article was originally published on our sister site, EEWeb.

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May semi sales up 1.5% on June

2020-07-07 18:58 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

The global semiconductor industry posted May sales of US$35 billion, up 1.5% sequentially, according to Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA). The May sales were 5.8% higher than the US$33 billion generated during the same period in 2019, SIA indicated. All monthly sales numbers are compiled by the World Semiconductor Trade Statistics (WSTS) organization and represent a ...

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Atom C3000 net appliance offers options for 10GbE, PoE, WiFi 6, and 5G

2020-07-07 17:57 LinuxGizmos Eric Brown

Advantech’s fanless, -20 to 70°C tolerant “FWA-1112VC” net appliance runs Linux on an Atom C3000 with 6x GbE or 4x GbE with 2x 10GbE SFP+ ports along with optional PoE and 3x M.2 for SATA, WiFi 6, and 4G/5G. Advantech has announced a highly customizable, IP40-protected desktop networking system with extended temperature support. The FWA-1112VC […]

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Who Can Work From Home Post-Bug?

2020-07-07 15:25 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

There is a lot of talk about how we’ll all be working from home post-bug now that employers have been digitally transformed into believers in teleworking. However, some jobs are suitable for remote working and some are not. A US study by the Bureau of Labor Statistics looks at which are, and which aren’t. While 81.1% of ...

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Relec introduces space-saving DC-DC converters from Mornsun

2020-07-07 13:42 ElectronicsWeekly Staff

DC-DC converters in DFN packages by Mornsun are now available from Relec Electronics. The R4 is the fourth generation of surface mount DC-DC converters, designed to space space and reduce the size of distributed power systems. The DFN package measures 9.0mm x 7.0mm x 3.1mm. It occupies 63mm2, compared to 155mm2 for SMD8 footprint DC-DC ...

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NXP and Auterion partner for high-reliability drone control

2020-07-07 13:42 ElectronicsWeekly Steve Bush

NXP and drone software company Auterion are to co-develop high-reliability integrated hardware and software for the commercial unmanned aerial systems industry. “With the development of regulations and the increased number of autonomous systems in the field, the requirement for components and software that are certifiable and the ability to deploy intelligence on the edge is ...

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Design an Open-Source SoC with Google SkyWater PDK, Get It Manufactured for Free

2020-07-07 12:45 CNXSoft Jean-Luc Aufranc (CNXSoft)

With open ISAs like RISC-V, it’s become easier – provided you have the skills – to develop or customize your own SoC using RTL files, compile it with EDA tools, and run the...

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Happy birthday, DesignSpark

2020-07-07 11:57 ElectronicsWeekly Caroline Hayes

The DesignSpark community turns 10 years old and RS Components has marked the online design platform’s turning of a decade with a new website design, incorporating new features. The website has been developed based on user feedback. Local versions available in China, France, Germany, Japan, North America and the UK, and the site has enhanced ...

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1kW programmable DC PSU fits 1U rack slot

2020-07-07 11:53 ElectronicsWeekly Steve Bush

TDK has introduced power supplies up to 1kW that fit into 1U slots in equipment racks. G1kW is 483mm wide and fits across the whole rack GH1kW is 214mm wide and, using the GH/RM option, two can be mounted side by side in a standard 19in rack They fill out the low-power end of the ...

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QuickFeather Board is Powered by QuickLogic EOS S3 Cortex-M4F MCU with embedded FPGA (Crowdfunding)

2020-07-07 11:30 CNXSoft Jean-Luc Aufranc (CNXSoft)

Yesterday, I wrote about what I felt what a pretty unique board: Evo M51 board following Adafruit Feather form factor, and equipped with an Atmel SAMD51 Cortex-M4F MCU and an Intel MAX 10 FPGA. But...

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Southern Manufacturing and Electronics confirms 2021 dates

2020-07-07 10:41 ElectronicsWeekly Caroline Hayes

The organiser of Southern Manufacturing & Electronics has confirmed that the event will be returning to Farnborough International on Tuesday 20 to Thursday 22 April 2021. The annual show is usually held earlier in the year but has been rescheduled to avoid conflict with other events is 2021 which have been postponed due to the Covid-19 ...

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Nokia ramps up adoption of O-RAN interfaces

2020-07-07 10:33 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

Nokia is ramping up the adoption of Open RAN (O-RAN) interfaces in its AirScale portfolio. These new O-RAN capabilities, which include open interfaces, will be built on top of Nokia’s existing AirScale software, providing the same high-level performance, functionalities and security standards of Nokia’s current radio products. By taking the approach of building the open ...

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Samsung Q2 profit up 23%

2020-07-07 09:16 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

Samsung Electronics expects a 23% y-o-y rise in Q2 operating profit on the back of datacentre demand as more people worked from home. Operating profit is expected to $6.8 billion – the highest since Q4 2019. Revenue is expected to be down 7% y-o-y to $43 billion. Rising DRAM prices pushed up the profit. DRAM ...

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SMIC seeks to raise $6.5-$7.5bn

2020-07-07 07:26 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

SMIC has upped its proposed share offering on the Shanghai STAR market to raise between $6.5-$7.5 billion from the original intention to raise $2.8 billion. The new plan is to put 25% of SMIC’s shares on the market. The lower offering values SMIC at $27.75 billion. The China government is clearly keen for the offer ...

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Toshiba introduces light-receiving tech for LiDAR

2020-07-07 07:15 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

Toshiba has introduced a high-resolution, long-range light-receiving technology for deployment in solid-state LiDAR systems based on the company’s silicon photo-multiplier (SiPM). In general, SiPM are suitable for long-range measurement as they are highly light sensitive. However, the light-receiving cells composed on SiPM require recovery time after being triggered, and in strong ambient light condition they also ...

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ITRI transfers FRAM and SOT-MRAM processes to local IC companies

2020-07-07 07:15 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

ITRI, Taiwan’s IC research lab which brought advanced chip processing to the island in 1976 via a CMOS licence from RCA, has transferred transferred FRAM and SOT-MRAM processes to domestic IC manufacturers, reports Digitimes. Over the years, ITRI scaled the 7micron RCA CMOS process and, as each node became ready for commercial production, it was ...

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Fraunhofer HHI H.266/Versatile Video Coding (VVC) Halves the Data Requirements of H.265

2020-07-07 05:51 CNXSoft Jean-Luc Aufranc (CNXSoft)

There’s a lot of hype around AV1 royalty-free video codec since it has backing from large companies, better characteristics than H.265 or VP9, and is already used by YouTube and Netflix. AV1...

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UK Mobile Phone Startup

2020-07-07 02:01 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

UK-BASED START-UP Sendo is set to take on the big mobile phone manufacturers in the European market by targeting the network operators. So, 20 years ago, started a story in Electronics Weekly’s edition of December 13th 2000. The story continues: "The operator is the key purchaser,the key decision maker,in what gets to market,” said Hugh ...

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Open frame panel PCs run on Kaby Lake-U

2020-07-06 22:07 LinuxGizmos Eric Brown

Adlink’s rugged, 7- to 21.5-inch “SP-KL Series” panel PCs run Ubuntu or Win 10 on 7th Gen U-series processors with SATA, M.2, mini-PCIe, PCIe x4, DP++, 2x GbE, 2x USB, and Adlink’s optional Function Modules. Adlink has announced a 7th Gen Kaby Lake U-series SP-KL Series counterpart to its almost identical, Intel Apollo Lake based […]

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Pico-ITX board based on i.MX8M ships with Linux BSP

2020-07-06 17:35 LinuxGizmos Eric Brown

F&S has launched a $407 and up “armStone MX8M” Pico-ITX SBC that runs Linux on an i.MX8M with up to 8GB LPDDR4 and 64GB eMMC with GbE, WiFi/BT, 5x USB, MIPI-CSI, DVI, and a mini-PCIe slot. F&S Elektronik Systeme originally announced the NXP i.MX8M-based armStone MX8M Pico-ITX board in early 2018 with an intention to […]

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Linux-ready Coffee Lake systems support Nvidia graphics

2020-07-06 16:00 LinuxGizmos Eric Brown

Neousys’ “Nuvo-8240GC” embedded PC runs on 8th or 9th Gen CPUs with 2x PCIe x16 for dual Tesla T4 GPUs and offers 2x PCIe x8, M.2 for NVMe, and 2x mini-PCIe. A similar Nuvo-8108GC system was tapped by Baidu as a dev kit for its Linux-based Apollo automotive platform. Neousys announced a rugged, Intel Coffee […]

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A Dirty Word

2020-07-06 15:30 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

Billionaire is a dirty word in the US where increasing wealth inequality is making people ask: Should billionaires be allowed? According to WealthX there are now 800 billionaires in the USA. That is up from 788 billionaires at the end of 2019, which was 12% up on 2018. The 800 are are worth a collective ...

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Free Chips

2020-07-06 14:52 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

Google is offering to fab open-source chip designs for free. They have to be on 130nm and quantities are limited to 100 ICs. In a FOSSi (Free and Open Source Silicon) Dial-Up talk, Tim Ansell of Google announced SkyWater PDK, the first manufacturable, open source process design kit. The PDK allows you to produce an ...

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Anritsu boosts MP1900A analyser for 400 and 800Gbit Ethernet

2020-07-06 13:14 ElectronicsWeekly Steve Bush

Anritsu has added forward error correction symbol capture and bathtub test to its 116Gbit/s PAM4 error detector (MU196040B) for developers of 400 and 800Gbit/s Ethernet devices. For use in the company’s MP1900A signal quality analyser, the functions can be downloaded from the MP1900A website. “Data centres are investigating speed upgrades from 100Gbit Ethernet to 400Gbit Ethernet ...

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Only Connect: The importance of IPC standards and staff training

2020-07-06 12:26 ElectronicsWeekly Alun Williams

Welcome to another in the series by Nick Locke, of Nicab Ltd, who has more than 20 years experience in the electronics manufacturing industry specialising in interconnection cable assembly. This post looks at IPC standards and staff training. In the electronics industry we – or at least the reputable companies – subscribe to the principles ...

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600W 915MHz ISM pallet

2020-07-06 12:18 ElectronicsWeekly Steve Bush

Ampleon has announced a 600W 915MHz RF LDMOS module for industrial, scientific and medical applications operating in the ISM band. Dubbed BPF0910H9X600, it operates across 902MHz to 928MHz and has 50Ω matching on input and output. Power gain is typically 19dB and harmonic suppression 27dBc. 600W is specified at 1dB compression. It needs a 50V power ...

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STMicro STM32WL Wireless MCU Gets Wireless M-Bus Stack for Smart Meters

2020-07-06 11:16 CNXSoft Jean-Luc Aufranc (CNXSoft)

STMicro STM32WL was introduced as the world’s first LoRa SoC last year as it combined an STM32L4 Arm Cortex-M4 microcontroller with Semtech SX126x LoRa radio. The company has now partnered with...

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Feather-Sized Evo M51 Board Combines Atmel SAMD51 MCU with Intel MAX 10 FPGA

2020-07-06 09:10 CNXSoft Jean-Luc Aufranc (CNXSoft)

Arduino unveiled its first FPGA board around two years ago with MKR Vidor 4000 combining an Intel Cycle FPGA with Microchip SAMD21 Cortex-M0+ MCU in a form factor similar to Arduino Zero. But in case...

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ETH integrates photonics and electronics on one chip

2020-07-06 07:28 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

Researchers from ETH Zurich have integrated photonics and electronics on one chip. “If you convert the electronic signals into light signals using separate chips, you lose a significant amount of signal quality. This also limits the speed of data transmission using light,” says ETH researcher, Ueli Koch. The integration was achieved by placing the electronic ...

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COREnect gets Horizon 2020 funding

2020-07-06 07:22 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

“COREnect” (European Core Technologies for future connectivity systems and components) has been funded under the EU Horizon 2020 to develop a strategic roadmap of core technologies for future connectivity systems and components, This roadmap will provide the foundations for a sustainable European technology sovereignty in 5G and beyond. It will promote innovation and business opportunities, ...

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M-Bus software stack leverages sub-GHz radios on STM32-bit MCUs

2020-07-06 07:00 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

ST and Stackforce have announced a wireless M-Bus (wM-Bus) software stack that leverages the integrated sub-GHz radio and multiple modulation schemes supported by STM32WL MCUs to cut bill-of-materials cost and enhance flexibility for developers of smart-metering systems. Developed by Stackforce, the wM-Bus stack complies with most of EN 13757-3/-7, covering the upper layers of the Wireless ...

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Software Update Brings Subscription based Functions-on-Demand to BMW Cars

2020-07-06 06:02 CNXSoft Jean-Luc Aufranc (CNXSoft)

Cars are getting smarter and safer, and autonomous driving looks promising but may take longer than expected, as many shortcomings still have to be worked out. In any case, that means most new cars...

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Ed Spots The US Trade Deal Opportunity

2020-07-06 02:01 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

We could have a trade deal with the US before the EU, Ed confides to his diary. The best thing about that is the Continentals now think we’re hell-bent on no-deal, so there could be some agreeable concessions from across the Channel before too long. I’m particularly hopeful for a deal on fish which will ...

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Upcoming SAVVY-V Open Source RISC-V Cluster Board Supports 10GbE via Microsemi PolarFire 64-bit RISC-V SoC

2020-07-05 10:06 CNXSoft Jean-Luc Aufranc (CNXSoft)

RISC-V based PolarFire SoC FPGA by Microsemi may be coming up in the third quarter of this year, but Ali Uzel has been sharing a few details about SAVVY-V advanced open-source RISC-V cluster board...

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Interview – NXP Linux BSP and Timesys Vigiles Maintenance Service & Security Updates

2020-07-04 06:20 CNXSoft Jean-Luc Aufranc (CNXSoft)

I’ve been interviewing Ed White, Manager of NXP’s Professional Support and Engineering Services, and Akshay Bhat, Director of Engineering, Security Solutions at Timesys by email to find out more...

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Linux-driven Comet Lake laptop offers security features and dual 4K display support

2020-07-03 17:20 LinuxGizmos Eric Brown

Purism’s 14-inch, $1,199 and up “Librem 14” laptop runs the Linux-based, security-enhanced PureOS on a hexa-core Comet Lake-S and offers dual NVMe-ready M.2 slots plus dual 4K displays via HDMI and DP/USB Type-C. Purism has replaced its earlier, 13-inch Librem 13 laptop with a 14-inch Librem 14 model. Thanks to a smaller bezel, the 322 […]

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UK wins OneWeb auction

2020-07-03 16:51 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

The UK government’s $500 million bid for the OneWeb satellite constellation, made with Bharti Enterprises, has won the auction for the system in New York. Bharti is also putting in $500 million. The UK will take a 45% stake in OneWeb. The government hopes that the constellation will provide both broadband access and GPS services. However ...

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ESA’s Copernicus Earth observation programme overlooks UK Space

2020-07-03 15:51 ElectronicsWeekly Alun Williams

The European Space Agency (ESA) is expanding its Copernicus Earth observation satellite programme but the UK is being left behind as the organisation decides its six prime contractors for missions. The development contracts are worth €2.5 billion, and companies in France, Germany, Italy and Spain will lead work on the various missions – Thales Alenia ...

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Arm Opens HQ

2020-07-03 15:31 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

SECRETARY OF STATE for Trade and Industry, Stephen Byers, opened the new head quarters of high-flying ARM last Thursday (June 15th 2000) as the company’s headcount soared to ncarly 500. “In the future,people will look back on the early years of the 21st century and say it was a time in which there was a ...

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Most Read articles – Amazon Space, LoRaWAN Pi, Qualcomm smartwatch

2020-07-03 12:58 ElectronicsWeekly Alun Williams

What are the topics covered? There's the power SiC market, a LoRaWAN HAT for the Raspberry Pi, AWS moving into the space, Chinese memories coming on the market and Qualcomm's Wear 4100 for smart watches.

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New Tech Vocabulary for 2020 Could Break Software Compatibility

2020-07-03 12:05 CNXSoft Jean-Luc Aufranc (CNXSoft)

2020 has been an interesting year with plenty of disruption to most people lives, and political changes. Now it appears some of those changes will affect technology, and by that, I mean things like...

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Hong Kong’s status as semiconductor hub under threat

2020-07-03 10:38 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

The new law imposed by China on Hong Kong and the subsequent withdrawal of the US preferential treatment for Hong Kong could affect the semiconductor supply chain as where it passes through Hong Kong, says TrendForce. Hong Kong is a big warehousing location for semiconductor manufacturers and distributors. The US government’s action is aimed at ...

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Raspberry Pi adds Khronos vision API

2020-07-03 10:16 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

Raspberry Pi is adopting the OpenVX 1.3 API to improve computer vision. The open and royalty-free API comes from the Khronos Group whose members include AMD, Apple, Arm, Epic Games, Google, Samsung, Intel, Nvidia, Boeing and IKEA. “The Khronos Group and Raspberry Pi have come together to work on an open-source implementation of OpenVX 1.3, ...

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Advantech UNO-220 is an Industrial RS232/RS485 Gateway Kit for Raspberry Pi 4

2020-07-03 10:06 CNXSoft Jean-Luc Aufranc (CNXSoft)

While Raspberry Pi SBCs are mostly designed for the education market, they find their way in various devices, even in the industrial market with products such as ModBerry M500 industrial computer,...

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e-peas raises €8m

2020-07-03 07:30 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

e-peas, the energy harvesting specialist, has completed a €8 million funding round. The company has raised an additional €8 million worth of investment from Partech and Airbus Ventures, with KBC Focus Fund, W.IN.G, Noshaq Ventures, LeanSquare, Nivelinvest and Vives also contributing. The money will be used to accelerate the introduction of new products and intensify ...

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Semcon and Power Cell combine on hydrogen fuel cell production

2020-07-03 07:13 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

Semcon of Sweden is deepening its collaboration with fuel cell manufacturer PowerCell by developing a new robotic cell with the use of vision technology that will streamline the production of hydrogen fuel cells for vehicles. The fuel cells use hydrogen to produce electricity and heat, with emissions of only water. Semcon has been engaged to ...

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Rackmount has 16xUSB ports and two Thunderbolt 3 host connections

2020-07-03 07:00 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

Saelig has introduced the Cambrionix ThunderSync3-16, a rackmount or desktop charger which provides 16 x USB 3.2 ports and two Thunderbolt 3 host connection, capable of transfer speeds of up to 40Gbits/s. For data transfer, the ThunderSync3-16 delivers the maximum rate possible. Connect 16 x USB 3.2 devices and each port will deliver 5Gbps. Connect USB ...

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Using Google Coral mPCIe Card into a Compact Marvell Octeon TX Linux SBC

2020-07-03 06:43 CNXSoft Jean-Luc Aufranc (CNXSoft)

Google launched Coral mPCIe and M.2 cards at the very beginning of the year. The cards integrate the company’s 4 TOPS Edge TPU used for low power edge AI applications to bring the solutions to...

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Lives and Livelihoods

2020-07-03 02:06 ElectronicsWeekly David Manners

It was always going to be a health vs wealth thing Most countries went for health with Italy, Spain, France and Germany among those waiting until the infection rate dropped substantially so that effective testing, contact tracing and isolation strategies could be implemented. All of those countries are now reaping the benefits of that approach, ...

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Raspberry Pi 4 based gateway with RS-232/485 and RTC sells for $90 plus the Pi

2020-07-02 20:51 LinuxGizmos Eric Brown

Advantech has launched a compact, IP40-protected “Uno-220” IoT gateway enclosure and HAT designed for a BYO Raspberry Pi 4. The HAT provides a RS-232/485 port, an RTC with battery, and 4x additional GPIOs. Advantech has launched what appears to be its first Raspberry Pi based embedded system. The $90, 100 x 70 x 33mm Uno-220 […]

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