Movea's sensor funsion technology is found inside a range of embedded devices including Babolat's Play and Connect Tennis racquet.
It is also found in Freescale's multisensor USB development platform
(see Sensor Fusion Or Sensor Confusion?).
Freescale is a major supplier of automotive micros.
Vybrid VF series
bring asymmetrical multicore services to automotive applications.
It targets in-vehicle applications that might run on Linux platforms like those targeted by the
Network processors have been targeted by a range of processor architectures.
chips target high performance control plane applications using a conventional symmetrical multiprocessing (SMP) configuration that is amenable f...
Multicore has changed the way designers tackle problems but the automotive space has taken a slower, managed approach.
Lockstep pairs of cores has become common but using more cores is not the norm when it comes to safety critical applications li...
The MVME8100 is a high-performance VME/VXS single-board computer that is said to offer a significant performance and functionality increase for both commercial and rugged applications. It features the Freescale P5020 QorIQ processor supported by...
One thing that always shows up at the Embedded Systems Conference/Design West is chips and lots of them.
Everthing from microcontrollers to microprocessors to FPGAs.
Here we take a look at the two ends of this spectrum.