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RESTful APIs and Moving Data Across the Internet of Things Mike Parks
RESTful APIs are rapidly becoming a preferred method for IoT devices to communicate given that they are highly flexible, scalable, portable, capable of handling multiple data interchange formats, arguably easier to develop with, and offer better performance than some alternatives.

Wi-Fi Mesh and the Internet of Things Mike Parks
Using Wi-Fi mesh networking to support seamless, decentralized communication in IoT and IIoT could remove many of the roadblocks to achieving Industry 4.0.

Unraveling the Gordian Knot of IoT Security Stephen Evanczuk
Manufacturers may well find that even the most robust technological solutions to IoT security aren’t enough.

Securing Embedded Systems in Industrial Environments Jeremy Cook
As industrial machinery becomes more and more automated, engineers and IT personnel must take security into account. Engineers must also design hardware with security in mind, a task made easier with Maxim’s DeepCover Security Reference Design.

Emerging Applications Put Microwave Technology to the Test Barry Manz
Emerging applications, such as IoT, 5G, and autonomous vehicles, pose immense communications challenges. Engineers will be put to the test to solve the current microwave technology gaps and in turn support these emerging applications in meeting their fantastic potential.

Wireless Tech Helps Protect Healthcare Budgets Steven Keeping
An aging population is increasingly suffering from chronic diseases, and frequent hospitalization puts an additional load on stressed healthcare budgets. However, wireless technology is enabling good symptom management, keeping seniors safe at home and protecting budget concerns.

Your Wireless Choice: Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, or Both? Mouser Staff
We expect devices to have wireless connectivity these days, but which standard offers the right set of trade-offs for your application? Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, or both?

Nano, Nano: Shrinking Power Consumption Down in Analog Power Design Paul Golata
Using their analog expertise, ROHM Semiconductor has developed a new product line, the Nano Series, to achieve more compact parts that require less energy to operate.

Auto ADAS Power a Hot Growth Area with Benefits for All Designers Bill Schweber
Advanced driver-assistance systems (ADASs) are becoming increasingly standard due to regulatory mandates, “feature creep,” and user preferences.

The Physical Web is Dead. The Beacon Legacy Lives On Barry Manz
The Physical Web was an interesting Bluetooth beacon-based notification concept, but it was killed last year by its creator, Google. Fortunately, its basic functionality still exists within the company’s Nearby Notifications platform.

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