The Latest in Embedded Systems Technology

Aug. 29, 2020
Whether deployed in the home, the workplace, or a stealth fighter, embedded systems need to be able to take whatever is thrown at them. Here, we showcase some of the latest embedded-system products that fill the bill.

Automotive, aerospace, defense, and the manufacturing industries are becoming more and more digital, connected, and automated with increased adoption of embedded systems. The latest technologies have fueled demand for robust hardware that can handle the rigors of harsh environmental hazards, such as extreme temperatures, vibration, shock, and corrosive elements. To that end, hardware must be able to take those extremes and function without fail, and with higher efficiencies. In this roundup, we will look at the latest embedded platforms to hit the market in the last several months.

About the Author

Cabe Atwell

Engineer, Machinist, Maker, Writer. A graduate Electrical Engineer actively plying his expertise in the industry and at his company, Gunhead. When not designing/building, he creates a steady torrent of projects and content in the media world. Many of his projects and articles are online at element14 & SolidSmack, industry-focused work at EETimes & EDN, and offbeat articles at Make Magazine. Currently, you can find him hosting webinars and contributing to Penton’s Electronic Design and Machine Design.

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