eBook | Sensors and Embedded Systems in the Era of the IoT

From the need to cope with small memories, power constraints, and system complexity to wrestling with the interfaces, evolving standards and understanding enough analog in order to extract meaningful information out of sensors, engineers are being forced to move out of their comfort zones and acquire new skill sets. In fact, two-thirds of respondents in a recent survey by Sensors Magazine said that they want more information on connected devices and the IoT.

In this special eBook, we look at the key issues and challenges impacting engineers designing for the IoT and the steps they can take to develop reliable and resilient products including:

Interdisciplinary skills required
Need to understand datasheets
Security issues
Managing the interfaces
Need for analog
The cloud

Download the Ebook at http://go.questexweb.com/upu000nQpQ0e6h01YwyMF80  

And don't forget to mark your calendar for Sensors Expo & Conference 2016 - taking place June 21-23 at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, CA. NEW features this year include a dedicated 2-day track on Embedded Systems & Sensors and an Embedded Systems Pavilion.

For more details, visit http://www.sensorsexpo.com

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