IoT

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From IoT hype in 2015 to reality in 2016

From IoT hype in 2015 to reality in 2016

By Gareth Noyes The Internet of Things (IoT) has had a major impact on the electronics market this year, and it looks like 2015 marks a tipping point. In much the same way that there was a lot of debate over the definition of cloud computing in the early days, so, a similar phenomenon has happened with IoT. The discussion…
Develop and Test Online in Lab Cloud

Develop and Test Online in Lab Cloud

By Jakob Engblom Last week, we released the fully-featured Wind River Helix Lab Cloud service. This follows up on the preview of the Lab Cloud that we released in the Summer, fleshing out the feature set and providing more ways to use the Lab Cloud. This blog post will go through what Lab Cloud is in a bit more detail, and…
Collaborating in the Helix Lab Cloud to Fix a Software Problem – How to do Remote Help Right

Collaborating in the Helix Lab Cloud to Fix a Software Problem – How to do Remote Help Right

By Jakob Engblom As you might know, we recently announced and launched the preview version of the Helix Lab Cloud. With Helix Lab Cloud, you access (simulated) computers in the cloud, and among other unique abilities, you can share a session with other people. Thanks to the underlying Simics technology, sharing a session covers both the current state of the…
Have Your Lab In The Cloud

Have Your Lab In The Cloud

By Eva Skoglund You may have seen it already – we’ve started to gradually roll out a preview of Wind River Helix Lab Cloud – a new type of environment to demonstrate the concept of having a lab in the cloud. It gives you instant access to embedded targets for Intel®, ARM®, and PowerPC® running Wind River Linux. We think Lab…
Defining How to Develop Systems for IoT

Defining How to Develop Systems for IoT

By Michel Genard How many times have you recalled a specific situation in your life and imagined what might have happened if it had played out differently than it actually had? What would have happened if you had introduced yourself to that one person? What if you took the other job offer you had? What if you could have experimented with these…
Is IoT a Threat or an Opportunity for Service Providers?

Is IoT a Threat or an Opportunity for Service Providers?

By Charlie Ashton As we talk with telecom service providers about their plans for deploying Network Functions Virtualization (NFV), another topic invariably comes up. Depending on who you listen to, the Internet of Things (IoT) represents either a drag on network resources that leads to unrecoverable costs or else an opportunity for revenue growth through innovative new services. Or maybe…
Video: Simics for IoT and Faster Testing at the Embedded World 2015, Thanks to Vector

Video: Simics for IoT and Faster Testing at the Embedded World 2015, Thanks to Vector

By Jakob Engblom Last month,I had the good fortune to be present at the Embedded World trade show in Nürnberg, Germany. The Embedded World is clearly the world's best embedded show these days, and it was a great experience as always. I presented a talk on using simulation to enable continuous integration for embedded systems, and had many good discussions…
Bridging the Physical and Virtual Worlds

Bridging the Physical and Virtual Worlds

By Gareth Noyes This week I had the opportunity to present the keynote at the annual Embedded World conference in Germany.  It was a great chance to share insights on how a system-level approach to the Internet of Things (IoT) will help businesses bridge the gap between the physical and virtual worlds.  This can also be described as bridging the…
Make Better Decisions with IoT

Make Better Decisions with IoT

By Victor Abelairas Wind River is participating this week with Intel at the Distributech conference in San Diego. Yesterday, I had the opportunity to speak at the show about an energy customer and how they are able to make better decisions with IoT. My session highlighted the challenges they faced, the solution that we implemented, and the benefits that they are…
Where Smart Manufacturing and Utilities Collide

Where Smart Manufacturing and Utilities Collide

By Victor Abelairas I recently had the opportunity to speak at an EPRI (Electric Power Research Institute)-hosted webinar for its Advanced Manufacturing Interest Group (AMIG).  For those not familiar with EPRI, it is an independent, non-profit center for public interest energy and environmental research.  It has played a pivotal role in the energy industry since 1973.  During this webinar, I…