Decrease time to market and cost for the NewSpace market with latest MCU

The AtmegaS6M1 is Microchip’s latest MCU, that combines specified radiation performance with the low-cost development associated with Commercial Off-The-Shelf (COTS) devices. The AtmegaS6M1 meets the needs of NewSpace and other critical aerospace applications which require faster development and reduced costs.

Simplify Industrial-Grade Linux<sup>®</sup> Designs with SAMA5D2 MPU-Based SOM

There is a great deal of design effort and complexity associated with creating an industrial-grade microprocessor (MPU)-based system running a Linux® operating system. The ATSAMA5D27-SOM1, greatly simplifies design by integrating the power management, non-volatile boot memory, Ethernet PHY and high-speed DDR2 memory onto a small, single-sided PCB.

Low-Cost Debugging and Programming is Now Faster with MPLAB<sup>®</sup> PICkit™ 4 Development Tool

Microchip has unveiled the MPLAB PICkit 4 In-Circuit debugger. The low-cost PICkit 4 in-circuit programming and debugging development tool replaces the popular PICkit 3 programmer by offering five times faster programming, a wider voltage range (1.2-5V), improved USB connectivity and more debugging interface options.

Number plate reading software leverages deep-learning

The base of the VECID deep-learning algorithms is the TensorFlow open source framework and library where the models are trained. The pre-trained networks can be used to classify the image data. EyeVision provides standard networks for applications such as Number Plate Reading (NPR), Optical Character Recognition and Make & Model identification.


3GPP C-V2X device testing for GCF protocol conformance

Using the Qualcomm 9150 C-V2X chipset solution, the R&S CMW500 acting as an LTE network simulator now allows automakers to test C-V2X direct communications (PC5) according to GCF Work Item 281.
3GPP Release 14 specifies the direct communications specifications for C-V2X PC5, which enables vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V), vehicle-to-pedestrian (V2P) and vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) safety applications, and does so without a mobile cellular subscription or network assistance and operates in ITS bands 46D (5.8 GHz) and 47 (5.9 GHz).

Intel Core-powered SBC targets robotics and sensor-laden drones

The board has the computing power to handle applications previously only possible with much larger motherboards, with a pair of GbE LAN ports supporting the use of two HD cameras, and a GPIO, two COM ports, two USB3.0 ports, and two USB2.0 pin headers for the connection and control of a range of sensors.

ANSYS and PTC partners on integrated 3D CAD

The combined solution will be sold by PTC as part of the Creo product suite. This solution will offer customers a unified modelling and simulation environment, removing the boundaries between CAD and simulation and enabling design engineers to gain insight into each of the many design decisions they make throughout the product development process. ANSYS developed its real-time simulation solution, ANSYS Discovery Live, to further its strategy of Pervasive Engineering Simulation.

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