Feature Articles


Using Power Modules to Improve Time to Market and Reliability of Industrial IoT Devices

Vesa Jokitulppo, senior product manager
GE’s Industrial Solutions

A Coke vending machine at Carnegie Mellons computer science department was probably the worlds first Thing connected to the Internet[1]. With the command, “finger coke@cmua”, caffeine-deprived students and staffers could check for ice-cold Coca-Cola availability remotely. MORE

Securing Your Drive: Vulnerability Assessment & Architecting Security Solutions

By Krish Kupathil, founder and CEO

The recent WannaCry attack that hacked into some of the largest digital systems globally proved that anything digital can be hacked at any time. This rings alarm bells particularly for the automotive industry, which has seen the biggest technological transformation in the form of the connected car and the emergence of fully autonomous vehicles. MORE

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