Posts Tagged ‘ Embedded Systems Conference ’

Connect Tech’s Qseven at core of military VR system

Apr 26th, 2012 | By

Connect Tech, based in Ontario, Canada, designs and manufactures serial communication hardware and software for a range of industries, including communications, industrial automation, transportation, government, military, scientific, medical, educational, POS, and office automation.

At DesignWest, they exhibited a military training system from Quantum3D, that was driven by custom single-board computer, built on Connect Tech’s Qseven Carrier board with an Intel® Atom™ processor.  New Tech Press dropped by and had a bit of fun with the team.

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Screaming Circuits finds silver lining in economic downturn

Apr 12th, 2012 | By

The economic downturn has had an upside for some industry segments. PCB prototyping service Screaming Circuits has seen business climb steadily since it’s founding in 2003 as more companies have cut back staff and resources, stretching engineering staffs beyond their own capabilities. Screaming Circuits recently formed a relationship with Newark/element14 to offer their services to the element14 community. In this interview with Duane Benson, director of marketing and sales, Benson elaborates on the growing prototyping market in the PCB industry as well as the challenges and needs of their customer base.

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Icon Labs addresses the security of the Internet of things

Apr 10th, 2012 | By

Embedded security was one of the many different tracks offered at the 2012 Design West Conference in San Jose bringing forth a wide variety of companies focused on securing the Internet of things.  One of the more unusual and possibly unique companies was Icon Labs that provides embedded firewalls, protection from the Black Hat world directly on your mobile devices, as well as the embedded internet in general.  New Tech Press sat down with Icon’s president, Alan Grau, to find out more about this approach to data security.

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Five companies you might have missed at ESC-SV 2011

May 5th, 2011 | By

The Embedded Systems Conference, especially the Silicon Valley edition, is an eclectic collection of cutting edge technology. This year, ESC-SV 2011 was no exception. Yes, there were the regular software, RTOS, component and design services companies, but there was also significant presence of distributors like DigiKey and element14 that were drawing a lot of attention.

On the periphery of the exhibition were the companies that lack the marketing resources of the major players and while most were satisfied by the amount of customer traffic, they were a little wistful about the lack of attention they were getting from the press. …