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Does embedded software fit with remote work?
Home offices installed for 140 people in less than 24 hours, software deliveries progressing (almost) as planned, development activity that continues unabated, and customers who are playing along. What if...
Tools & methods, News & Events
5 Steps to Compile Yocto Using Docker Containers
These days, Docker – and containers in general – are difficult to miss. On the Docker website, a container is defined as “a standard unit of software that packages up...
Operating Systems, Tools & methods
Introduction To Secure Boot On NXP i.MX7
What is Secure Boot / High Assurance Boot (HAB) , why do you need it and what do you need to be aware of? In Today’s connected world, online devices...
IoT, Tools & methods
How Will 5G Impact IoT Devices?
The capacity to download a HD feature film in three seconds, mobile data streaming speeds that surpass home internet speeds, and a farewell to data limits on cell phone plans....
6 Key Trends From CES2020
The Consumer Electronics Show, held in Las Vegas last week, is the largest and most influential tech event in the world. From rollable TV screens to the rise of exoskeletons,...
Market & Trends
OTA Update Solutions: The Ultimate Guide
Find your path in the jungle of OTA update solutions Welcome to the jungle of solutions for OTA update (over the air update) of IoT devices and connected systems. You...
Application & connectivity, IoT, Tools & methods
Automated Testing Framework: Try Squish With A Qt GUI
When designing a graphics application, making sure it works all the way through development can become complicated. Unit tests cover possible regressions of the functional logic, but how do you...
Tools & methods
IoT Edge tutorial: build your own autonomous robot
IoT Edge tutorial: build your own autonomous robot.Demo instead of words!In my previous article I covered edge computing, edge IoT, why it matters, what is it, how it works and...
IoT, Tools & methods
Edge computing, Edge IoT, why it matters?
Perhaps have you already heard of Edge IoT? And Edge Computing? If not, stay with me, and we’ll have a look at it together. If you have, you can head straight to...
Embedded Software Development, Reuse Your Code
What are the benefits of platforming your embedded software development?Embedded market pace has been notably affected by end-user expectations and high level market competition. In that context all tech makers...
Tools & methods, Market & Trends
Get Smarter With Thingsboard Dashboard
Thingsboard is an open-source IoT platform for data collection, processing, visualization and management. It allows to create advanced dashboards. This tool offers device connectivity through industry-standard IoT protocols—MQTT, CoAP and...
IoT, Tools & methods, Cloud
A Fully Integrated Device Software Update Solution
Over The Air update is a crucial topic for IoT devices, especially now that IoT is entering the realm of complex devices and industrial processes. Updating means enhanced security, enhanced...
IoT, Tools & methods
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The topics covered in this IoT and embedded blog are freely chosen by the Witekians themselves.
They might deal with complex and specialized technical topics (MemTotal, GCC weak symbols), system issues (authentication, security), decrypt technologies and technical software trends (LoRaWan, Qt, containers, blockchain, software factory), hacks (Spectre), but also address methodological topics such as agile development or approaches to innovation, UX design, design thinking. Some articles in our IoT blog are also dedicated to specific market applications like the car dashboard, a patient tracking tool in the medical world, etc.
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