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Differences Between Python and MicroPython Mike Parks
Python is a popular language for both desktop and embedded development. However, not all implementations are the same. Developers should be aware of the many differences between the reference implementation of CPython and the embedded-oriented MicroPython.

Interior Vehicle Sensing AI Improves Safety Modar Alaoui
Vehicle interior conditions create surprisingly complicated environments. But by fusing a variety of hardware sensing elements, AI software company Eyeris improves safety and more for 21st-century drivers.

Digital Therapeutics: Medical Healthcare Technology Paul Golata
“Did you download the app for it?” Before too long, this may be the response from your doctor to many common health issues. This blog examines a new area of medicine known as digital therapeutics and how software and wearables work together to keep us healthy.

Why Software-Defined Vehicles Transform the Car from a Tool to an Experience Adam Kimmel
Instead of representing a snapshot of hardware-centric automotive technology, software-focused vehicles can deliver more driver autonomy, better safety and security features, and dynamic updates to maintain a leading-edge technology and infotainment package.

New Tech Tuesdays: Two Oscilloscopes That Make Testing Equipment Waves Tommy Cummings
In this week's New Tech Tuesday, we'll look at Digilent and Keysight Technologies oscilloscopes for benchtop developers.

3D-Machine Vision Is Transforming Robotics Adam Kimmel
3D-machine learning uses enhanced data to improve manufacturing throughput, quality, and efficiency. Ideal for high-volume production steps, it adds depth to the former 2D approach to create a part’s complete picture. The process reduces response times, bringing us closer to just-in-time production.

New Tech Tuesdays: 2 Cards That Accelerate FPGA Computing Tommy Cummings
High-bandwidth compute applications and diverse workloads are driving the adoption of FPGA chips in accelerator cards, which are their own systems of software, memory, ports, power, etc. New Tech Tuesdays examine two of these cards and their functions.

Programming Decoded: AI vs. Algorithms vs. ML Stephen Cassar
Artificial intelligence, machine learning and algorithms are terms often used interchangeably. But they shouldn’t be. Let’s look at the differences, why they were created and how and when they’re used.

New Tech Tuesdays: Track Assets with these LoRaWAN® Solutions Tommy Cummings
Long Range Wide Area Network (LoRaWAN®) products can cast a wide communications net, which leads to more effective wireless monitoring and management. This week's New Tech Tuesday highlights two LoRaWAN® products available to designers for solution-based development.

New Tech Tuesdays: Sound Solutions Start With Dante Audio Network Tommy Cummings
We’ll stay out of the analog-versus-digital debate. But we will review a versatile plug-and-play integrated audio system with available companion adapters that create a sound solution for all applications large and small in all types of venues.

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