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ByteSnap Showcases Remote Monitoring Solution at Southern 2017

ByteSnap Showcases Remote Monitoring Solution at Southern 2017

ByteSnap showcases remote monitoring solution and electronics product designs at Southern 17 Visit us at Stand L80 at the Southern Manufacturing & Electronics Show this week in Hampshire – discover how ByteSnap’s electronics product design accelerates time to market for embedded systems projects. Meet our Directors Dunstan and Graeme, who’ll be on hand to show […]
13 Free Electronics Design Tools & PCB Design Software

13 Free Electronics Design Tools & PCB Design Software

13 Free Electronics Design Tools & PCB Design Software Read our guide to 13 top free electronics design tools and PCB design software including freeware.   Our embedded systems engineers have been looking at some of the most useful free electronics design tools available today. If you are looking to predict PCB characteristics, manipulate screens […]
Secure Boot on the iMX6 – Part 3

Secure Boot on the iMX6 – Part 3

In part 1 of our series looking at secure boot on the iMX6, we examined the process itself in detail. Leveraging the hardware and authentication were covered extensively in part 2. And we have top tips on the procedure to help you get through it as smoothly as possible in this final instalment – so […]
Secure Boot on the iMX6 – Part 2

Secure Boot on the iMX6 – Part 2

With embedded systems security such a hot topic right now, we’re looking at the secure boot on the iMX6, one of electronics’ most popular processors. Part one was really an introduction to the secure boot process, examining it in detail. Here, in the second instalment of our 3-part series, we cover managing the hardware, the […]
Secure Boot on the iMX6 – Part 1

Secure Boot on the iMX6 – Part 1

With the proliferation of IoT – spanning just about everything from smart cities to wireless jewellery – the need to prioritise security in secure embedded systems has never been greater. The secure boot process is one of the foundation stones of software development best practice. It’s a complex, necessary part of your application’s anti-malware fortress. […]
Top 5 Tips For Developing Secure Android Applications

Top 5 Tips For Developing Secure Android Applications

These days, developing secure Android applications is more important than ever before. Android now commands 76% of the smartphone market in the EU5¹, 67% in the US and nearly 80% in China, according to latest figures². With numbers like that, it’s no wonder the Android application development gold rush is continuing; nearly a quarter of […]
Electronics Product Development: 3 Tips for Detecting Touch Controller Failures

Electronics Product Development: 3 Tips for Detecting Touch Controller Failures

In electronics product development, touchscreens can be difficult to stress test; and whilst there are several sophisticated systems available for touchscreen stress testing, there are other ways to get the job done – like a low-tech approach… For example, take a look at this rig built from a child’s toy.  Our engineer built it as […]
BSP Porting: Your 5 Key Steps to Development Success

BSP Porting: Your 5 Key Steps to Development Success

Take BSP Porting from Stress to Success When selecting the hardware which will make up the core of your next product, there are many choices. Once this has been decided, BSP porting must be completed to ensure the software elements fit the new hardware. Among the key decisions you need to make are which CPU […]
Latest UI Customization Tool for Faster Prototyping at EDS 2015

Latest UI Customization Tool for Faster Prototyping at EDS 2015

ByteSnap Design will be showcasing its latest innovative projects, and discussing industry developments and trends at the UK’s premier trade exhibition for electronic design, EDS 2015, in October. Organisers are bracing themselves for their biggest ever show, and are expecting record visitor numbers. Here’s a sneak peak at some of what you’ll see from ByteSnap […]
Microsoft @ 40: A Closer Look at Embedded Compact 6.0 Part 2

Microsoft @ 40: A Closer Look at Embedded Compact 6.0 Part 2

As Microsoft turns 40 this month, we’ve put Windows Embedded Compact 6.0, and its enduring popularity, under the microscope at  a Win CE 6 open forum. The first post examined some of the differences between Win CE 5 and Win CE 6; CE 6’s rather reluctant start in 2008, and MSDN licensing – amongst other Windows […]