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New Tech Tuesdays: Retailers' Increased Use of IoT Devices Means Developers Must Keep Up Tommy Cummings
In this week's New Tech Tuesday, we'll look at modules and development boards from u-blox, Microchip Technology, and Silicon Labs that enable IoT-based retail solutions.

LTE-M Connectivity Is Here for Everyone Microchip Technology
Hobbyists and innovators can now take advantage of the LTE-M development kit and enable their IoT designs to connect to the global cellular network. The embedded processor handles encryption (thanks to the Secure Element chip) and cellular connectivity (thanks to the Monarch 2 Cellular modem).

Practical Tips for Embedded System Security Mike Parks
The sheer number of embedded system devices makes them an increasingly valuable target for bad actors looking to run illegal botnets and cryptocurrency mining operations. This blog outlines practical security measures developers can use in their embedded designs.

How to Achieve Deep Learning Automation in Smart Factories? Adam Kimmel
Robotics revolutionized factories. Today, deep learning, connected devices, IoT, and 5G are doing the same. Learn how to embrace industry 4.0.

The Critical Component in Low Power Products is the Designer Steven Keeping
Low power components have come a long way. But unless the designer knows how to get the best from them, the battery life gains won’t be realized. What is it that the skilled low-power product designer knows that’s news to the rest of us? It comes down to hardware selection, good coding, testing, and sleep.

Securing the Edge in an Insecure World Robin Mitchell
With more than 21 billion IoT devices worldwide and an increased reliance on cloud computing, security is critical. Yet, billions of devices remain vulnerable to attack. How did the industry become so insecure, what is edge computing, and how can it, along with hardware, improve edge device security?

Bridge Monitoring Solutions Poornima Apte
Bridges serve as vital conduits for commerce and leisure, so keeping them in effective working condition is a key aspect of infrastructure management. Many parameters feed into understanding bridge stability and sensors play a crucial role in keeping an eye on these frequently changing conditions.

Micromobility in the Smart City Poornima Apte
Cities are under pressure on multiple fronts: growing population, increasing traffic congestion and pollution, and demands to meet sustainability initiatives. Fortunately, solutions like micromobility might help alleviate some of these challenges.

5G Is Not Just Good for Consumers, the IoT Will Benefit Too Steven Keeping
5G is the first generation of cellular mobile technology that was designed from the outset to support not only traditional mobile telecoms, but up-and-coming “new radio” wireless technologies for the IoT.

Traffic Management and IoT in the Smart City Poornima Apte
Increasing population in cities coupled with growing demands to meet sustainability goals are leading cities to reevaluate traffic management as part of their overall transportation strategies. IoT can help.

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