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  • Windows 10
     → November 2015
    White Paper: Managing Windows 10 IoT Devices

    White Paper: Managing Windows 10 IoT Devices

    Cristine Valladao, EMEA IoT Lead (Microsoft)
    By choosing Windows 10, you can enable intelligent device capabilities to make a big impact. Windows 10 brings one converged Windows operating system that powers all of your Internet of Things (IoT) devices and provides an optimized platform for management, security, and application development.

    Security
     → November 2015
    White Paper: Windows 10 IoT Security

    White Paper: Windows 10 IoT Security

    Cristine Valladao, EMEA IoT Lead (Microsoft)
    Windows 10 IoT is that platform. Windows 10 IoT provides robust security capabilities to identities (both device identities and user identities), secure data, and secure connections. This paper will discuss key aspects of IoT security and how original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) can create secure... [read more]

    IoT
     → November 2015
    White Paper: Windows 10 IoT Enterprise

    White Paper: Windows 10 IoT Enterprise

    Cristine Valladao, EMEA IoT Lead (Microsoft)
    Windows 10 IoT Enterprise is a full version of Windows 10 that powers a range of industry devices across retail, manufacturing, health, government and other industries.

    Mobile applications
     → November 2015
    White Paper: Windows 10 IoT Mobile Enterprise

    White Paper: Windows 10 IoT Mobile Enterprise

    Cristine Valladao, EMEA IoT Lead (Microsoft)
    Deliver Enterprise-class devices optimized for industry line-of-business applications

    Windows 10
     → November 2015
    White Paper: Windows 10 IoT Platform Overview

    White Paper: Windows 10 IoT Platform Overview

    Cristine Valladao, EMEA IoT Lead (Microsoft)
    With Windows 10 IoT, Microsoft gives you the technology to make IoT real.

    Design considerations
     → November 2015
    White Paper: Guidelines for Designing Embedded Systems with Windows 10 IoT Enterprise

    White Paper: Guidelines for Designing Embedded Systems with Windows 10 IoT Enterprise

    Cristine Valladao, EMEA IoT Lead (Microsoft)
    Windows 10 IoT Enterprise for Embedded Systems gives you the full power of the Windows 10 Enterprise operating system for your embedded device, featuring the same security, productivity, reliability, and functionality as the binary-identical desktop version of Windows. This white paper provides gui... [read more]

    cyber
     → July/August 2018
    Mobile computing mounts in popularity for military field use

    Mobile computing mounts in popularity for military field use

    Mariana Iriarte (Technology Editor)
    Commercial computer technology continues to influence military mobile computing requirements as warfighters demand that their field equipment have the same functionality and capability as their personal devices. Consequently, rugged mobile computing is getting a major boost as the Department of Defe... [read more]

    Embedded software
     → Winter 2017
    Mobile computing for military use grapples with size/weight versus performance issues

    Mobile computing for military use grapples with size/weight versus performance issues

    Mariana Iriarte (Associate Editor)
    The constant drive forward in commercial technology is also driving military-computing technology to new heights. As this progress occurs, mobile computing is becoming more relevant to the warfighter, but its benefits bring huge challenges for designers and engineers. Even as engineers deal with shr... [read more]

    Operating systems
     → February 2016
    White Paper: Seven fatal mistakes to avoid when choosing an embedded OS

    White Paper: Seven fatal mistakes to avoid when choosing an embedded OS

    Malte Mundt, Senior Field Application Engineer (QNX Software Systems)
    How would you go about choosing an embedded Operating System (OS) for the next generation of your product? In this whitepaper we will make you aware of those pitfalls and shallows you ought to avoid when choosing an embedded OS, without drifting off into a lot of technical details.

    Signal processing
     → July/August 2017
    Performance increases still needed for full adoption of mobile rugged computing for military use

    Performance increases still needed for full adoption of mobile rugged computing for military use

    Mariana Iriarte (Associate Editor)
    The constant drive forward in commercial technology is also driving military-computing technology to new heights. As this progress occurs, mobile computing is becoming more relevant to the warfighter, while at the same time posing huge challenges for designers and engineers. Even as engineers deal w... [read more]

     → 13th Edition

    Delivering Elasticity to the Mobile Edge

    Peter Marek, Senior Director, x86 Solutions (Advantech Networks & Communications Group)
    Innovative Edge Platform Extends NFV to the Access Network

    Software tools
     → May 2016
    White Paper: AXIS Software Development Tools

    White Paper: AXIS Software Development Tools

    Staff (Abaco Systems)
    Declare independence from your hardware and operating system.

    Connected Devices
     → March 2016
    White Paper:  Limitless: How device manufacturers are building a new future with smart connected devices

    White Paper: Limitless: How device manufacturers are building a new future with smart connected devices

    Staff (Microsoft )
    The Internet of Things (IoT) has split manufacturing businesses wide open, blurring the distinction between hardware and software and creating once in a lifetime opportunity for original equipment manufacturers (OEMs). For OEMs who have experienced cost and commoditization pressures, the news could... [read more]

    Embedded software
     → Spring 2018
    Rugged networking on the move: Best practices for design and test for constrained-space applications

    Rugged networking on the move: Best practices for design and test for constrained-space applications

    Charlie Kawasaki (PacStar)
    In the unpredictable environment of the battlefield, the fight does not stop just because you are moving. That reality puts warfighters at a distinct disadvantage if they cannot maintain situational awareness at all times, as adversaries equip themselves with the latest wireless technology and smart... [read more]

    signal processing
     → September 2018
    Taking military communication to the next level with SIC

    Taking military communication to the next level with SIC

    Joel Brand (Kumu Networks)
    Mobile ad hoc networks (MANETs) have become the backbone of tactical military communication because of their exceptional flexibility, security, and reliability. While MANETs have many unique capabilities, however, they have not yet realized their full potential. A new technology, self-interference c... [read more]

    Mobile applications
     → June 2016
    White Paper: Mobile Edge Computing: The Edge is the Future

    White Paper: Mobile Edge Computing: The Edge is the Future

    Staff (WDL Systems)
    This white paper provides a brief overview of the challenges facing today's mobile networks and some of the current thinking about how those networks may evolve to 5G. We then consider how mobile edge computing will play a critical role both in making 5G a reality and improve the mobile customer exp... [read more]

    Motion control
     → September 2016
    White Paper: Software VS Hardware -- Machine Control: Cost and Performance Compared

    White Paper: Software VS Hardware -- Machine Control: Cost and Performance Compared

    Jerry Leitz (KINGSTAR by IntervalZero )
    Let KINGSTAR show that the software-based servo performance is equivalent to or better than the DSP Solution, with a number of advantages compared to hardware at a very affordable price.

    signal processing
     → June 2017
    Secure satellite communications for warfighters on the move

    Secure satellite communications for warfighters on the move

    Mariana Iriarte (Associate Editor )
    Mobility, beyond-line-of-sight (BLOS) capability, and data security requirements drive military satellite communications development today. Enabling these capabilities will provide warfighters with reliable and consistent communications throughout a mission, whether stationary or mobile.

    Signal processing
     → October 2018
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    How "near-peer" adversaries are changing command posts and battlefield network requirements

    Chris A. Ciufo (General Micro Systems)
    Future battles may be fought against so-called "near-peer" adversaries who may already be ahead of America's best technologies. It's time to adopt the latest consumer technologies in the command post by making the post more mobile or by making it virtual, like unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) pilots wh... [read more]

    agile
     → May 2016
    White Paper: Accelerating Product Innovation Through Agile Development and Continuous Engineering

    White Paper: Accelerating Product Innovation Through Agile Development and Continuous Engineering

    Staff (IBM)
    Software is driving an expanding percentage of embedded system value, fueling growth in code base. OEMs need to extend the Agile methodology.

    Supercomputing
     → October 2016
    White Paper: Replicating human reasoning with sensor-driven mobile supercomputing

    White Paper: Replicating human reasoning with sensor-driven mobile supercomputing

    Staff (Abaco Systems)
    As learning algorithms break free from the confines of the computer rooms of research institutes and into the real world, the evolution of these algorithms is expected to progress rapidly, allowing classifiers to distinguish between an ambulance and a delivery truck, or a school bus and a van, for e... [read more]

    embedded hardware
     → Nov/Dec 2016
    Power distribution from the ground up

    Power distribution from the ground up

    Mariana Iriarte (Associate Editor)
    Military ground vehicles today are carrying more complicated payloads that often include command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (C4ISR) systems. No longer only used for transportation, these platforms have become mobile command centers - like the ... [read more]

    Signal processing
     → April/May 2018

    RF spectrum sharing between U.S. military, public wireless users to be put to the test

    Sally Cole (Senior Editor)
    The U.S. Federal Communications Com­mission (FCC), with help from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and other agencies, is about to open up a 150 MHz-wide swath of radio frequency (RF) spectrum traditionally reserved for the military and allow it to be shared with mobile oper... [read more]

    COM
     → Spring 2019
    Leveraging COM Express for medical equipment design

    Leveraging COM Express for medical equipment design

    Patrick Lee (Arbor Technology)
    Modern-day medical applications have a wide spectrum of needs, from the demanding computing requirements of optical imaging technologies - such as magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), optical coherence tomography (OCT), X-ray computed tomography (CT), computed axial tomography (CAT) scans, and 3D ultra... [read more]

    embedded hardware
     → February/March 2016

    Boot-embedded "energy harvesting" for on-the-go power

    Sally Cole (Senior Editor)
    Need the ability to charge mobile devices on the go? A new energy harvesting system developed by University of Wisconsin-Madison mechanical engineers ensures that battery power is available whenever you need it, and wherever you are, by simply plugging in to your boot.

    SWaP
     → March 2017
    White Paper: Defense Mission Success with Rugged SWAP-Optimized Cobalt(tm)

    White Paper: Defense Mission Success with Rugged SWAP-Optimized Cobalt(tm)

    Staff (Kontron)
    Implementing new mobile broadband technology is critical for real time situational awareness and intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance (ISR) capabilities that keep militay personnel one step ahead.

    Battery optimization
     → March 2017
    White Paper: Why Low Quiescent Current Matters for Longer Battery Life

    White Paper: Why Low Quiescent Current Matters for Longer Battery Life

    Meng He (Maxim Integrated)
    Even though it's typically nominal, quiescent current can be a significant factor in managing battery life for wearables and other small devices.

    embedded hardware
     → January 2016
    Next-gen military radar system design innovations

    Next-gen military radar system design innovations

    Sally Cole (Senior Editor)
    The maturity of GaN technology isn't being driven by the military industry, but instead was primarily driven by the telecom industry well over a decade ago.

    FMC
     → Spring/Summer 2016
    Very high-speed sampling and serial ADCs in embedded systems

    Very high-speed sampling and serial ADCs in embedded systems

    Thierry Wastiaux (Interface Concept)
    Latest-generation active electronically scaled array (AESA) radar systems can have thousands of TX/RX modules. High bandwidth is needed to connect each array element data converter to the FPGAs that process incoming and generate outgoing data streams. New software-defined radio systems use advanced ... [read more]

    xTCA
     → Spring 2017
    PICMG standards adoption growing in Asia, Europe with COM Express leading the way

    PICMG standards adoption growing in Asia, Europe with COM Express leading the way

    John McHale (Group Editorial Director)
    Leaders of PICMG say that their standards continue to grow in adoption across the globe, with COM Express making huge inroads in Asia and Internet of Things (IoT) markets while CompactPCI Serial grows in acceptance in Europe.

    LTE
     → April 2016
    White Paper: LTE and Bluetooth in-device coexistence with WLAN

    White Paper: LTE and Bluetooth in-device coexistence with WLAN

    Staff (Rohde & Schwarz GmbH)
    Modern mobile phones can support cellular and noncellular wireless communications standards at the same time. This means, however, that the subsystems must operate in very close proximity to each other within a single device (in-device coexistence). The resulting high level of reciprocal leakage can... [read more]

    Hardware Platform Management
     → Winter 2015
    Adding IoT friendliness to AdvancedTCA and related specifications

    Adding IoT friendliness to AdvancedTCA and related specifications

    Mark Overgaard (Pentair Electronics Protection)
    The Internet of Things vision of a massively Internet-connected world is rapidly coming to fruition, along with numerous associated challenges. One of them, exhaustion of the available public Internet Protocol (IP) addresses in traditional IP version 4 (IPv4) is already upon us. Along with many othe... [read more]

    LTE
     → February 2016
    White Paper: Tactical LTE Networks for Military and First Responder Applications

    White Paper: Tactical LTE Networks for Military and First Responder Applications

    John Long (LCR Embedded Systems)
    There are many similarities between the situations in which the armed forces and first responders must operate. In both cases, rapid response and mobility are required as well as instant and secure communications, and all of this must take place where functioning infrastructure might not exist and t... [read more]

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