EDACafe Weekly Review January 19th, 2018

Self-Driving Exploration: Past, Present and Future
January 18, 2018  by Sanjay Gangal

NASA’s first launch didn’t reach the moon. In the quest for self-driving cars automakers are aiming for the autonomous moonshot.  Competition is accelerating between major car brands, tech companies and Tesla. What advanced tech is coming to our roads and when?

Listen to the CES Panel held in Las Vegas.

CES Panel: Autonomous Vehicles in the Cities of Tomorrow
January 18, 2018  by Sanjay Gangal

Where do autonomous vehicles stand today and when will they be ready?  How will they operate in connected cities and will consumers be ready to use them? Listen to this panel of experts working on autonomy share their perspectives on the current and future state of self-driving technology.

Qualcomm President Cristiano Amon is at CES to showcase the company’s latest inventions that are leading the world to 5G in industries from IoT to automotive.

Watch a replay of NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang’s press event at CES 2018 in Las Vegas, where he unveiled new gaming technology, including Max-Q designed thin and light gaming laptops and new big format gaming displays (or BFGDs), along with a slew of auto news, including NVIDIA DRIVE Xavier processor, DRIVE IX and DRIVE AR as well as partnerships with Volkswagen, Uber, Baidu, ZF and Aurora.

RTOS memory footprint
January 15, 2018  by Colin Walls

Most of the time, I subscribe to the view that “the only stupid question is the one you did not ask”. However, I do have trouble with a question that I have been asked countless times at trade-shows, seminars etc. The question is “How much memory does Nucleus RTOS need?”

It is not that this is a stupid question. It is very sensible to be fully aware of resource utilization with deeply embedded systems. The problem is that I am rarely sure how to give a meaningful and useful answer, so I resort to generalities and this is often viewed with suspicion. The reason for this is that the answer is dependent upon a great many variables …

DownStream: Solutions for Post Processing PCB Designs


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