Top 5 Articles of the Week

  1. A New World of 10nm Design Constraints
  2. Big Carmakers Merge, Cautiously, Into the Self-Driving Lane
  3. The 2016 Wilson Research Group Functional Verification Study
  4. Industry 4.0: Are We Losing Control?
  5. Making Drones Secure
 
 

 

A New World of 10nm Design Constraints
SemiWikinew world of 10nm design constraints
At 10nm, new constraint types, such as implant (submetal) rules, have a direct impact on place and route subsystems. This expert interview covers the challenges of making place-and-route software ready for a new node.

 
 

 

Big Carmakers Merge, Cautiously, Into the Self-Driving Lane
The New York Timesbig carmakers merge cautiously into the self driving lane
Conflicting autonomous driving approaches are leading to a “clash of philosophies” among automakers. Experts from GM, Audi, Ford, and Mentor Graphics weigh in.

 
 

 

The 2016 Wilson Research Group Functional Verification Study
Semiconductor Engineering2016 wilson research functional verification study
Harry Foster discusses key insights from the 2016 Wilson Research Group Functional Verification Study.

 
 

 

Industry 4.0: Are We Losing Control?
emsnow
Industry 4.0 for PCB manufacturing can be intimidating. Michael Ford puts operators, engineers, and managers at ease with advice on creating the right environment for implementing Industry 4.0.

 
 

 

Making Drones Secure
Semiconductor Engineeringmaking drones secure
Current-generation drones are imperiled by multiple security weaknesses. Is the semiconductor industry doing enough to address the problem? Serge Leef, VP of new ventures and GM of system level engineering at Mentor Graphics, and other industry leaders offer their insight.

 

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