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EETE JULAUG 2014

July/August 2014 DESIGN & PRODUCTS SPECIAL FOCUSES: - GEOLOCATION & NAVIGATION Enabling sub-10cm positioning accuracy Impulse Response Ultra Wideband (IRUWB) comes to the rescue for indoor navigation. Hold back your high tech marketing tactics! LEDs tap indoor location technology for social shopping 25 27 28 - INDUSTRIAL COMPUTING A duel of Atoms: Qseven vs COM Express Mini When Intel launched the first generation of the Atom processor Z500 series (codenamed Silverthorne), this represented a major step forward in terms of multimedia features in compact and mobile applications with an X86 architecture. 30 - DATA ENCRYPTION & SECURITY Hacking airliners: lessons learned in firmware integrity assurance In April 2013, a security consultant made headlines when he claimed he could use an Android smartphone to hack in and commandeer commercial jets. Securing cryptographic assets for the Internet of Things A review of various white box cryptography techniques for protecting critical cryptographic operations and data in an environment where white-box attacks are available. Software is the new asset to protect in modern manufacturing Ethereal encryption: Key management in the Cloud 34 36 38 40 Reader offer This month, Altium Ltd is offering EETimes Europe’s readers the chance to win one TASKING VX-Toolset for ARM Cortex-M Premium Edition, normally licensed for 2.395 Euros. 46 distri bution corner WHITEPAPERS opinion Will sensor fusion drive neuromorphic computing? Rousset judgment is economic and social mistake 4 50 news & TECHNOLOGY Clearing away the fog of computing for IoT Intel is bringing its expertise from silicon manufacturing to the Internet of Things with two new ‘Ignition’ Labs in Europe. Infineon to create 200 new jobs in Austria Augmented reality gets physical with haptics If all of us are familiar with the basic silent-mode of most mobile phones, a crude form of haptics, there is much more to come on the display side. E-car research project sets efficiency standards Can rust really revolutionize solar cell technology? Researchers at Swiss Materials Science and Technology Institution – Empa - have developed a photoelectrochemical cell that imitates plant photosynthesis. Iconic Insights: in conversation with Hanns Windele Based in Israel, Inuitive is a natural user interface semiconductor start-up created by communications entrepreneur Shlomo Gadot. Hanns Windele of Mentor Graphics finds out what the future holds for the gesture interpretation market. 5G, IoT pose new challenges to testing Jonathan Borrill, Director of Market Strategy at RF test technology provider Anritsu gives us a glimpse of what the hot issues are. Crunch the IoT data before it clogs your network China, not Apple, is way to go, says mCube CEO Ben Lee, CEO of MEMS startup mCube, explains why he wants to spend $37 million on being a supplier of sensors to Chinese ODMs and avoiding a design win with Apple or Samsung. Xilinx’ SDNet: where software defined networks truly begin Red phosphors enhance white-emitting LEDs Websites’ emotional impact revealed by webcams 6 7 8 14 15 16 18 19 21 22 23 24 49 51 3 Electronic Engineering Times Europe July/August 2014 www.electronics-eetimes.com


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