2017 Embedded Markets Study results at ESC Boston, but first…

first_imgFor more than 20 years, EETimes.com and Embedded.com have undertaken their annual Embedded Markets Study in which we ask you — the engineers battling in the trenches — to keep us informed as to the state of play and most pressing challenges regarding your current creations and future projects.Even a simple one-year snapshot of this sort of information can be extremely useful, but it becomes incredibly invaluable when you can place it in the context of preceding years, thereby allowing you to identify and track trends.How many of today’s embedded projects feature wireless capabilities, for example, and which wireless interfaces and protocols are used the most? What proportion of a development team’s resources is devoted to hardware versus software, and how has this proportion changed over the years? Regarding the most pressing design and verification challenges, are these the same around the world, or do they vary region by region?(Source: pixabay.com) One exciting piece of news is that I will be providing a summary of the 2017 Embedded Markets Study at the forthcoming Embedded Systems Conference (ESC) in Boston May 3-4.Even more exciting is the fact that we just opened the portal for this year’s survey, so this is your chance to contribute your hard-earned knowledge and let us know what’s really going on out there in Embedded Space (where no one can hear you scream). All you have to do is Click Here to bounce over to the survey’s landing page and start providing your valuable input.I know it can be a pain doing this sort of thing, but it will take only about 10 to 15 minutes, and we really do appreciate your feedback. Look at things from my point of view — it’s going to be a tad tricky for me to present the results from this year’s survey if you don’t take the time to give me any LOL Leave a Reply Cancel reply You must Register or Login to post a comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInMoreRedditTumblrPinterestWhatsAppSkypePocketTelegram Tags: Industry center_img Continue Reading Previous Can a cancelled project ever be considered a success?Next How to prevent FPGA-based projects from going astraylast_img read more

World Cup 2019: India is one quality pacer short, says Gautam Gambhir

first_imgCricketer-turned-politician Gautam Gambhir feels the Indian World Cup squad is “one quality fast bowler” short.Two-time winners India begin their campaign with a big-ticket match against South Africa on June 5 in Southampton.”I feel Indian team lacks one more quality fast bowler. (Jasprit) Bumrah, (Mohammed) Shami and Bhuvi (Bhuvneshwar Kumar) need more support. You may argue that India has two fast bowling all-rounders in Hardik (Pandya) and Vijay Shankar but I am not convinced. In the end it boils down to getting the team combination right and sticking to it,” Gambhir said.The former India World Cup winner said so while giving the keynote address at the CEAT Cricket Rating (CCR) International awards 2019 here.On the ICC showpiece, the left-handed batsman said, “This will be a well contested tournament as all the teams play each other. This format will give us the real world champion and I think ICC should stick to this format for all future World Cups.”Talking about the teams to watch out for in the tournament, Gambhir picked Australia, England and New Zealand along with India.”Besides India I will be keenly watching Australia as they are a side to beat. They have most well rounded bowling attack in the competition. I will also be watching New Zealand and hosts England.Also Read | When MS Dhoni suggested a Rs 10,000 fine, no one was ever late again for team meetingsAlso Read | All-round Hardik Pandya peerless in Indian cricket team: Virender SehwagAlso Seelast_img read more