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Electronic Engineering Journal

The internet of things (IoT) is all about sensor data and communications. It involves some entity taking the data it receives, making some complex (or even simple) calculations, and then making decisions for the purposes of control or informing someone or something. Of course, there’s more than one way to do this.

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embedded.com

ITTIA has added new capabilities to ITTIA DB SQL that empower embedded systems to store a large volume of data in-memory for processing and analysis. Applications use this technology to find specific details in a very large data set and perform complex queries in seconds.

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Automation.com

We are entering an era of ubiquitous computing, in which billions of devices will be able to record vital information and communicate both with the Internet and each other. To manage the data stored on these devices, application developers must find a way to organize information efficiently, protect valuable data from failure, and accurately communicate with other systems. Embedded database software has proven to be the most effective technology for storing, managing and distributing data to other connected systems.

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Electronic Specifier

The 21st century is witnessing significant change; devices are becoming smarter by connecting to the Internet, supporting intelligent interaction and rational decision-making. While modern life becomes more dependent on devices, have we reached a point where they need each other more than they need us?

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Electronic Engineering Journal

The Internet of Things requires cooperation between five distinct elements: Things, Hubs, the Cloud, Phones, and Computers. Each element uses a stack of hardware and software technologies to interact.

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EE Times

Our world is surrounded by electronic and wireless devices. Managing all the different types of machines we have to deal with every day has encouraged technologists to have them connected so they are able to communicate with each other and perform tasks independently. This technology, which is known as Machine-to-Machine (M2M), is the science of enabling devices to manage and communicate data so they require the least human presence or manual programming.

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Methods & Tools

When it comes to embedded systems and mobile devices, developers face a choice between flat file and embedded database, as any future change can be very risky and expensive for their application, in a demanding market where shortcomings can result in failure.

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Embedded Computing Design

Securing data is becoming more critical and more difficult to accomplish as embedded application development has increased in complexity, especially when different communication protocols are incorporated into embedded designs. Developers need to know the options for managing data in a secure way and understand the role of a database in maintaining security over data management channels.

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Automation.com

Developers and managers generally start their projects with a set of common questions. What are the important characteristics for selecting an embedded database for an industrial automation system?  What can a database offer beyond recovery from power failure, preventing data loss, or reducing flash media wear? What are the hidden costs when selecting an embedded database?

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Embedded Computing Design

Managing the media in a device calls for a database, but several design issues need to be addressed to make both the consumer experience and the developer experience as good as possible.

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