Internet of Things

SEGGER introduces IoT Toolkit to access cloud based services

SEGGER’s IoT Toolkit is a complete set of tools empowering IoT devices to interact with cloud based services, such as AWS, Azure, Dropbox, Twitter, Xively, and others. The set includes an http client and a JSON-parser and has been designed from the ground up for resource-constrained embedded systems. The IoT …

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Arrow Electronics IoT board boosts colour-HMI development for smart sensors and gateways

The HANI (HMI Arrow NXP IoT) development board from Arrow Electronics is designed for IoT node applications where more sophisticated user interfaces are required. It combines support for up to 7-inch colour displays, multi-protocol wireless connectivity, and a rich set of sensors for smart, connected devices that allow simple, direct …

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New Arm IP helps protect IoT devices from increasingly prevalent physical threats

IoT security is a multi-faceted problem with billions of diverse devices requiring a system-wide approach for protecting them. Today we add yet another critical layer of system protection to our portfolio by enabling SoC design teams to protect against close proximity attacks. You can read more about this news in this blog …

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Memory card based security solutions for IIoT devices

Swissbit AG, a leading manufacturer of industrial flash memory solutions, and Hagiwara Solutions Co., Ltd. announce their cooperation for security ventures. Swissbit’s flash memory cards with security features will be distributed by Hagiwara Solutions in Japan who will also support customers with solutions for the protection of networked industrial controls …

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RS Components introduces the Molex ‘Connected Home’ online hub

RS Components(RS), the trading brand of Electrocomponents plc, the global distributor for engineers, has announced the Molex interactive ‘Connected Home’ technology hub, which is now available on the DesignSpark website, RS’ online design community for engineers and makers. Developed by RS andMolex, one of the world’s leading suppliers of connectors …

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Particle delivers production-ready LTE cellular solution for future proofing IoT

Particle, the most widely-used IoT platform, has announced the release of its LTE-enabled, cellular E Series IoT module. This all-in-one cellular solution is the first commercially available LTE hardware module for IoT product creators to future proof their devices along retiring 2G and 3G networks. Particle’s LTE module includes built-in …

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A quarter of Brits plan to make their own smart home devices

The Raspberry Pi is becoming more popular with UK makers as nearly half of Brits (48 per cent) plan to use Raspberry Pi for an electronics project, with 87 per cent of makers having already used the mini-PC to make a smart home device, reveals new research from online electrical …

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Arm collaborating with Microsoft and others to secure IoT

With RSA kicking off this week in San Francisco, IoT security remains top of mind for the industry. Today, we are sharing two major announcements from Arm geared towards bringing us another step closer to our vision of a trillion connected devices. New flexible SoC solution to enable rapid development …

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Stadium Group launches platform design service for fast track development of IoT connectivity solutions

Stadium Group, a leading provider of IoT connectivity solutions, power products, human machine interface (HMI) and electronic assemblies, has announced the launch of an exciting new design offering which enables OEMs to develop smarter IoT solutions and achieve accelerated speed to market. The S-series of platform devices offer customers an …

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Internet of broken things? 10 key facts about IoT

A recent survey shows 64 per cent of organisations have deployed some level of IoT technology, and another 20 per cent plan to do so within the next 12 months. This is an astonishing fact when you consider the lack of basic security on these devices, or any established security standards. Many companies are …

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