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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 […]

Intel : 47 Years of Pioneering Processor Progress

PC Revolution Architects It’s 47 years since the launch of silicon chip giant Intel – sparking the 1970s personal computer revolution with the world’s first microprocessor. Left to right – Andy Grove, Robert Noyce and Gordon Moore, 1978   Image credit: Intel Free Press The semiconductor pioneer has dominated first the RAM, and then the CPU […]

Embedded Electronic Designers’ Trade Show Time Travel

Catch our embedded electronic designers caught up in some trade show time travel – in this whistlestop tour of our stand at Railtex 2015. With remote monitoring a primary concern for the rail industry, we displayed our low power remote monitoring station and 10km data logger at last month’s rail exhibition, at Birmingham’s NEC. Watch […]

Innovative Remote Monitoring System at Railtex 2015

Low Power Remote Monitoring System features among key themes at Railtex 2015 ByteSnap’s debut at the UK’s biggest rail show is underway at the NEC.  (Come and see us at stand V90!) Our remote monitoring system and data logger attracted  interest from visitors – as remote monitoring and asset management are of critical importance to […]
ByteSnap unveils low-power monitoring for rail industry

ByteSnap unveils low-power monitoring for rail industry

Features Rugged Data Logger Fully submersible rugged data logger debuts at Railtex 2015 Custom electronic design team exhibits at Railtex 2015 on stand V90 ByteSnap Design, an embedded electronics consultancy with strong rail industry expertise, will unveil its high-reliability, low-power remedy to the rail industry’s remote monitoring headache at Railtex 2015. The company will also […]
Electronics news round-up April 2015

Electronics news round-up April 2015

Another busy month for us and the world of electronics. Here are some of the news items that caught our attention: 1. Better battery imaging paves way for renewable energy future In a move that could improve the energy storage of everything from portable electronics to electric microgrids, University of Wisconsin-Madison and Brookhaven National Laboratory researchers have […]
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Five advantages of pre-compliance EMC testing

Five advantages of pre-compliance EMC testing

You have built a great product that meets market demands. You are confident that it radiates little energy and is not susceptible to outside interference, yet when you reach final EMC testing stage, your product fails. This is the nightmare scenario for most of us product designers. The cost of testing was already high, but […]
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 […]
Microsoft @ 40: A Closer Look at Embedded Compact 6.0

Microsoft @ 40: A Closer Look at Embedded Compact 6.0

It started with a vision. A computer on every desktop in every home. Thus, on 4th April 1975, Bill Gates and Paul Allen started Since then, this PC colossus has seen its share of changes in markets and user expectations; its operating systems moving from desktop to gaming, smartphone, PDA, tablet, and embedded devices. This […]
IoT Security and the Cost-to-Care Ratio

IoT Security and the Cost-to-Care Ratio

Here, we take a closer look at IoT security in terms of the “Care-to-Cost” ratio – e.g. are manufacturers and product developers prepared to pay more (at least 25% more) to increase security in their offerings and are consumers willing to shell out for enhanced security? The further we travel into IoT territory, the more the potential for […]
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