- Today’s Complex ‘System of Systems’ Driving Need for Sophisticated Tools, Detailed Modeling, Data Continuity
- From Measurements to Standardized Multi-Domain Compact Models of Light Emitting Diodes (LED)
- Whitepaper : The True Costs of Process Node Migration
- UPF Power Domains and Boundaries
- The IIoT in a Nutshell
Today’s advanced vehicles can have well over one hundred embedded microprocessor and other smart interfaces plus several internal wired networks. Designing these ‘system of systems’ requires new tools and modeling technology. These tools must encompass all aspects of the system-of-systems landscape: from concept to design, through validation, and even into manufacturing. This data continuity enables engineers to be more innovative earlier in the cycle, where the competitive edge lies.
Today’s LED technology is changing the ecosystem of the lighting industry. Delphi4LED, a European Union consortium, is providing the EU LED lighting industry with a set of tools and standards to enable the design and production of more reliable, cost effective, and market-leading LED-based lighting solutions.
Moving to a more advanced node comes with many hidden costs that are often overlooked. The good news for designers is that the EDA providers like Mentor continue to improve their tool capabilities and performance while making it economically feasible to add capabilities as you go.
UPF Power Domains and Boundaries
The Universal Power Format (UPF) is the power management methodology that facilitates the adoption of different power dissipation reduction techniques and allows the formalization of modeling and mapping of the power specification onto a design. This article aims to help readers understand the fundamental parts of UPF constructions and features an example design.
The IIoT in a Nutshell
The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) allows machines, automation, and other assets throughout a factory to be connected, and ultimately maximize scale and digital intelligence. IIoT experts from Honeywell, Sandvik Coromant, and Symantec discuss data collection/analysis, security, hacking, “Big Brother” mentality, and more.