Software Success: Continuous Integration for a Coordinated Strategy

Software Success: Continuous Integration for a Coordinated Strategy

Software Success: Continuous Integration for a Coordinated Strategy Why Use a CI Model?  A small software development project may not seem overwhelming if you’re a single developer with a set launch date. But these fictionalized, straightforward scenarios are seldom...
Crank Software Partnership

Crank Software Partnership

Beacon EmbeddedWorks and Crank Software partner to deliver advanced hardware and streamlined GUI development for embedded systems EDEN PRARIE, March 4, 2021 – Beacon EmbeddedWorks now partners with Crank Software to streamline high-performance GUI development...
Three Pillars of Embedded System Power Management

Three Pillars of Embedded System Power Management

Power consumption is a key consideration when developing nearly all cutting-edge electronics. Whether to prolong the battery life of critical devices for military personnel, maintain low industrial energy costs, or reduce consumption for environmental conservation, achieving a power-efficient device is often of critical importance. While power constraints will always exist for electronics, consumption can be monitored, controlled, and optimized to deliver exceptional efficiency. This is especially true for embedded system development.

Webinar: i.MX 8M Nano

Webinar: i.MX 8M Nano

Webinar: How to accelerate embedded GUI development for you i.MX 8M Nano SOM projects. Webinar – July, 21st at 10 AM CST Watch Now An exceptional user interface is a must-have for today’s electronic devices. As user expectations rise, hardware and embedded GUI...
Embedding IoT: A Modular Solution to Connected Development

Embedding IoT: A Modular Solution to Connected Development

When Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) launch a new device, success does not hinge solely on the merit of the idea. Similarly, a memorable design may support differentiation, but is hardly sufficient to secure a high adoption rate. Ultimately, the market accepts or rejects new products contingent upon their functionality. Above all else, consumers expect devices to be capable of executing functions associated with intended use.