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Space Weather Satellite Set for Launch

eetimes.com — WASHINGTON - Space weather forecasters will get an important new tool to help predict disruptions to the Earth's magnetic field that could damage critical infrastructure when the US launches a deep space sentry designed to monitor solar activity. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) plans to launch its Deep Space Climate Observatory, or DSCOVR, from Cape Canaveral on Jan.
Dec 19, 2014

Sat would provide 1-hr warning be4 frying electronics: Space Weather Satellite Set for Launch | EE Times eetimes.com/document.asp?d… via @eetimes

Successful With Phones & Drones, Parrot Ponders Farming

eetimes.com — PARIS - Forget for a moment that Parrot makes Bluetooth-based car telephony and digital audio equipment for the auto aftermarket, not to mention its ultra-stylish wireless speakers and wireless hands-free headphones. Parrot isn't exactly a household consumer electronics brand in the United States. The French company has soared to global notoriety on its drones.

Top Robot Stories of 2014

eetimes.com — Robots have fascinated us for centuries, but now we are realizing those visions. Here are some of the top robot stories that amazed and delighted us this past year.
Dec 18, 2014

What was your favorite robot story of 2014? Here are ours: ow.ly/G7lc5 @Robot_Magazine @bad_robot @Robot

Industrial IoT Framework Near

eetimes.com — SAN JOSE, Calif. - Early next year, the Industrial Internet Consortium plans to wrap up work on a broad reference architecture for the Internet of Things, ramp up three test beds, and start identifying gaps where new standards may be needed.

Vote for the Engineer of the Year

eetimes.com — It's time to cast your vote for the DesignCon Engineer of the Year 2015, which will be awarded at DesignCon 2015 on Wednesday, January 28 at 5:00 p.m. in the ChipHead Theater on the show floor as part of the DesignCon Best in Design & Test Awards. Scroll down to see the survey.
Dec 18, 2014

Did you vote yet? Vote for the Engineer of the Year | EE Times eetimes.com/document.asp?d… via @eetimes

Dec 17, 2014

Vote for who was top signal integrity specialist of the year and find the winner at @UBMDesignCon ow.ly/G59KO

Dec 17, 2014

Congrats to DesignCon Engineer of the Year finalists! Vote here for the best ubm.io/1wGmTtD @UBMDesignCon pic.twitter.com/EOMyPt3v6t

11 Views of IEDM

eetimes.com — SAN FRANCISCO - There's still a lot of life in Moore's Law and a lot of smart people driving it forward and putting it to good use. That was my big takeaway from the 2014 International Electron Devices Meeting. IEDM was a victory lap for Intel, which gave more details on the 14 nm finFET process it first described in September.

Apps Layer: '800lb Gorilla' in IoT Nobody Talks About

eetimes.com — PARIS - Plenty of people and companies in the technology world tend to come at the Internet of Things by dwelling on the "Internet." But what if, instead, we started with the "Things?" This is the premise Skip Ashton, vice president of software at Silicon Labs, laid out in a recent interview with EE Times.
Dec 18, 2014

Door lock vendors already defined what a door lock does. Nobody wants to redefine it just for #Homekit or #OIC. ubm.io/1wXXm0X

Dec 17, 2014

Apps Layer: '800lb Gorilla' in IoT Nobody Talks About. @Siliconlabs says apps layer translation coming in 2015 ubm.io/1wXXm0X

Dec 17, 2014

.@Siliconlabs suggests: Take a look at #IoT, starting with "Things," not "Internet." You get a very different pix. ubm.io/1wXXm0X

Dec 17, 2014

Let's talk about 800lb gorilla in IoT nobody wants to talk about: Who will translate apps layer? ubm.io/1wXXm0X