Welcome to our embedded technology blog where we will share with you the latest industry trends, challenges and even our own lessons learned.
We hope to re-engineer the way you think about and design embedded systems as we discuss embedded technologies, human-machine interfaces, machine and product architectures, IoT readiness, and much more.
Dive in, we’ll help you navigate these turbulent waters.
Embedded systems developers often struggle to create a hardware and software architecture that are easily scalable across the range of products they want to deliver.
Most embedded system developers don’t realize it, but they have three mindset problems that are preventing them from getting to market faster and decreasing their engineering costs: customization,
starting out too low-level, and believing that all software should be free.
An LCD and touch screen are certainly important, outward facing factors of a Human Machine Interface (HM). But behind the scenes, there is much more to a display module than meets the eye — it’s is a highly integrated real-time embedded system tuned to efficiently interact and communicate with its environment.
Designing an embedded HMI’s User Interface (UI) and User Experience (UX) can be a daunting task. We’ve compiled seven free resources to equip you and your creative team (if you’re lucky enough to have one), with an arsenal to leverage when drafting your UI design.
there is a lot of software that is used to get a Human Machine Interface (HMI) display module up and running. To compete in today’s fast-paced and competitive market, can you leverage an existing display module to accelerate your development cycle and beat the competition to market?