Internet of Things (IoT) | 赛普拉斯半导体
The IoT is all around us. We’re surrounded by connected devices that are getting smarter every day and improving our quality of life. Whether it’s the smart watch that helps us keep track of our workouts or the video doorbell that makes us feel safe at home, we rely on these devices to optimize the way we live, work, and travel.
Hememics Biotechnologies, Inc., of Gaithersburg, Md., is looking to complete FDA clinical trials on a COVID-19 tester by the end of this year that can detect the presence of the coronavirus disease in 60 seconds.
The product is built on Cypress’ flexible,
Infineon integrates its robust and reliable Wi-Fi and Bluetooth/BLE connectivity solutions into the Linux and Android open source ecosystems to help you predictably and quickly deliver secure, robust products. Our Linux and Android solutions are compatible with industry standard drivers and protocol stacks.
We are excited to share with
By Michael Schy, Solutions Architect for the Specialist IoT team at Amazon Web Services and Erik Wood, Director of the Secure MCU Product Line at Cypress, an Infineon Technologies Company.
This blog is part of a series on IoT security. The previous blog,
Earlier this year, developers from around the world competed in the Cypress/Element14 “Connected Cloud Challenge”—an opportunity to build a unique IoT project over three months using Cypress’ PSoC 6 MCU connecting to Amazon Web Services. Dozens of cutting-edge projects were entered, including a smart mailbox and smart pill dispenser. In the end
Australian Entrepreneur Hopes New PSoC-Based Contact Tracking Device Will Help Stop COVID-19 Spread While Protecting User Privacy
When the Australian Federal government launched a new Bluetooth mobile phone app to trace the spread of coronavirus, based on a similar program used in Singapore, Dr. Geoff Edwards knew there was more effective way to solve the problem. Edwards, a chemical physicist and owner of Applied Resolution Technologies, a New South Wales firm that
Back in the American “Old West,” settlers wouldn’t set off on a lengthy journey without the proper provisions at hand. Uncertain of weather and road conditions ahead, they packed plenty of food and supplies, making sure they were well prepared to get their covered wagons from one town to the next.
By Kevin Tran – AWS Sr. Partner Development Manager at Amazon and Gary Sugita, ICW Director of Marketing at Cypress, an Infineon Technologies Company
In this blog series, we’ll explore the hardware and software conditions that make IoT security unique, and what it takes to secure a smart IoT device using our technology.
Today the IoT is an integral part of many of our lives. TVs, thermostats, lights, and even doorbells are now internet connected. It’s been a radical change in the last five years, and we’ll see that scale of change again now that we are on a pace to see the market reach US$1.1 trillion by 2026, according to Fortune Business Insights™.
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