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Embedded, NPR's original documentary podcast, unearths the stories behind the headlines. Police shootings. Towns ravaged by opioids. The roots of our modern immigration crisis. We explore what's been sealed off, undisclosed, or never brought to light. We return with a deeply-reported portrait of why these stories, and the people behind them, matter. Who gets to compete? Since the beginning of women's sports, there has been a struggle over who qualifies for the women's category. Tested follow ...
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The Embedded Frontier, hosted by embedded systems expert Jacob Beningo, is a cutting-edge podcast dedicated to exploring the rapidly evolving world of embedded software and embedded system trends. Each episode delves into the latest technological advancements, industry standards, and innovative strategies that are shaping the future of embedded systems. Jacob Beningo, with his deep industry knowledge and experience, guides listeners through complex topics, making them accessible for both sea ...
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Embedded Executive Podcast

Rich Nass, Embedded Computing Design

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Each week, Embedded Computing Design’s EVP Rich Nass speaks to an executive in the embedded industry to understand what’s happening with the latest products, standards, and trends. The frank discussions reveal the real, behind the scenes issues, so the design community knows what’s coming down the pike. Topics covered in artificial intelligence, machine learning, embedded systems, internet of things, industrial automation, automotive applications, open source and more.
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Embedded Insiders

Embedded Computing Design

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Hosted on the www.embeddedcomputing.com website, the Embedded Insiders Podcast is a fun electronics talk show for hardware design engineers, software developers, and academics. Organized by Tiera Oliver, Associate Editor, and Rich Nass, EVP, of Embedded Computing Design, each episode highlights embedded industry veterans who tackle trends, news, and new products for the embedded, IoT, automotive, security, artificial intelligence, edge computing, and other technology marketplaces in a light ...
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Real-world advice and inspiration on how to navigate the embedded payments journey — and win. Hosted by Bob Butler, Chief Commercial Officer at Payrix. Learn about the latest trends in embedded payments from industry experts, Payrix customers, and leaders on the Payrix team. They’ll share their real-world insights on payment facilitation best practices, use cases, along with the possibilities of greater monetization and higher valuations that embedded payments can unleash. You’ll have everyt ...
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Embedded edge with Nitin is a podcast show hosted by Nitin Dahad, who talks to both engineers and executives in the embedded systems design and development industry to gain insights into the embedded systems, technologies and products featured in embedded.com.
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The Agile Embedded Podcast

Luca Ingianni, Jeff Gable

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Learn how to get your embedded device to market faster AND with higher quality. Join Luca Ingianni and Jeff Gable as they discuss how agile methodologies apply to embedded systems development, with a particular focus on safety-critical industries such as medical devices.
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Embedded finance refers to the integration of financial services into non-financial business processes. The concept has been around for some time in digital consumer products. Many apps offer the ability to pay by credit card, on the spot lending, buy-now/pay-later (BNPL), and a variety of other features. Embedded finance, however, is making its way into the corporate ecosystem and is set to reshape the financial landscape completely. Join us on the front lines of this new direction in busin ...
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Movies have always been a shelter for non-normative people. Different lives on the screen help to dream higher or just to escape your reality. By asking LGBT older adults which was their favorite movie when they were young, this podcast will explore those magical connections that, sometimes, a straight narrative could spark on a queer kid.
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Episode 2: We go back almost 100 years, to the beginning of women's inclusion in elite sports. It turns out that men had an odd variety of concerns about women athletes. Some doubted these athletes were even women at all. And their skepticism resulted in the first policies requiring sex testing. To listen to this series sponsor-free and support NPR…
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If the software-defined vehicle (SDV) comes off as planned, life for consumers becomes a whole lot easier. “If” is the key word in that sentence, and there’s tons of debate as to when that might actually happen. To understand what the SDV is—and it means different things to different people—I spoke to Suraj Gajendra, the Vice President of Automotiv…
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Send us a Text Message. On this episode of Embedded Insiders, we dive into the growing advancements in AI and HPC with Lou Ternullo, senior director of IP product marketing at Rambus. Lou highlights the evolving data center architectures and the increasing demands for high bandwidth, low latency, and robust performance. He also explains how Rambus …
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In this episode, Jacob Beningo discusses the importance of debugging in embedded development and shares several techniques to decrease debugging time. He highlights the statistic that development teams spend 20-40% of their time debugging, which equates to 2.5-4.5 man-months of development. Beningo emphasizes the use of test-driven development (TDD…
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Jerry Twomey spoke with us about his new O’Reilly book Applied Embedded Electronics which covers embedded topics such as EMI, signal processing, control systems and non-ideal components. Jerry is also the principal engineer at Effective Electrons. His articles are linked from there and you can contact him via the site. Here is a 30-day trial for th…
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Embedded Finance is more than just a buzzword; it represents a fundamental shift in how financial services are delivered and consumed today. Ian Hillis, Head of Growth at Worldpay for Platforms, discusses this new term and what the opportunity may await software providers on our latest episode of PayFAQ: The Embedded Payments podcast.…
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Episode 1: Would you alter your body for the chance to compete for a gold medal? That's the question facing a small group of elite athletes right now. Last year, track and field authorities announced new regulations that mean some women can't compete in the female category unless they lower their body's naturally occurring testosterone levels. You'…
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Who gets to compete? Since the beginning of women's sports, there has been a struggle over who qualifies for the women's category. Tested follows the unfolding story of elite female runners who have been told they can no longer race as women, because of their biology. As the Olympics approach, they face hard choices: take drugs to lower their natur…
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The end of the 113th General Assembly of Tennessee is fast approaching. Melissa Alexander, Mary Joyce and Sarah Shoop Neumann have reached a new stage in their understanding of the statehouse. But they also face a new challenge: how to square their long-held conservative beliefs with the new politics they've picked up in the year since the shooting…
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Is Wi-Fi even a thing anymore? What I mean by that is, at least from the users’ perspective, Wi-Fi just works, and that’s not much to think about. However, behind the scenes, a lot has to happen to make that “ubiquitousness” happen. To get a better understanding of what is happening back there, I spoke to Sivaram Trikutam, the Vice President of Wi-…
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Melissa Alexander came to the Tennessee statehouse to convince members of the Republican party – her party – to adopt gun control measures after a mass shooting at her son's school. A year later, she doesn't feel like she's gotten through to many lawmakers. But there's at least one Republican senator who's made Melissa and the other Covenant moms f…
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Jerry Twomey spoke with us about his new O’Reilly book Applied Embedded Electronics which covers embedded topics such as EMI, signal processing, control systems and non-ideal components. Jerry is also the principal engineer at Effective Electrons. His articles are linked from there and you can contact him via the site. Here is a 30-day trial for th…
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Send us a Text Message. On this episode of Embedded Insiders, Rich and Erik Wood, Senior Director of Product Security at Infineon Technologies, discuss security at the edge. Diving into the company’s wide variety of secure features, Infineon’s newest MCU line, the PSoC Edge, is a single solution highlighted for its "MCU-ness” and effort in making e…
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Can batteries last for 40 years? And what is the application that would require such a timeline? That’s the discussion I had with Sol Jacobs, the Vice President and General Manager of Tadiran Batteries. The topic arose after the company’s recent whitepaper crossed my desk. To understand whether this was fact or simply a click-bait headline, I decid…
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It's been four months since the Covenant moms – lifelong conservatives Melissa Alexander, Mary Joyce and Sarah Shoop Neumann – pleaded with their lawmakers to pass gun control measures during a special session at the Tennessee statehouse. Now they're back – for months, not days – and this time, they feel prepared to face the GOP-dominated legislatu…
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Summary In this episode, Jacob Beningo interviews Frank Herta, the CEO of Curtail Incorporated, about the risks of zero-day attacks in open source software. They discuss the importance of DevSecOps and the need for comprehensive security measures. Frank shares his background in security and how his company is working on detecting zero-day bugs. The…
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Why would you put sensors and power components into the same business unit if you’re a component supplier? That’s what I asked Adam White, President, of Infineon’s Power and Sensors Division. After hearing his response, it made perfect sense—today’s sensors are quickly growing in number and power consumption. So it only makes sense to put those eng…
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In 2023, a mass shooter attacked The Covenant School, a private Christian school in Nashville, Tennessee, and three mothers were compelled to act. Their mission: help pass some kind of gun control in one of the reddest states in the country, a state where the Republican Party has a supermajority in the legislature. But these women aren't your typic…
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Supermajority is a new 4-part series from NPR's Embedded, in partnership with Nashville Public Radio. As Americans focus on national politics this election year, we zoom in on one state and its political majority. Host Meribah Knight has been following three conservative moms in Tennessee over the course of a year as they learn to navigate their Re…
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Carles Cufí spoke with us about Zephyr, Nordic, learning, open source development, and corporate goals. Carles had some great suggestions for learning Zephyr: Memfault Interrupt Practical Zephyr blog series Nordic’s Developer Academy Zephyr’s Discord server Zephyr’s YouTube channel (@ZephyrProject), sorted by views Macrobatics term is from Zephyr D…
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Carles Cufí spoke with us about Zephyr, Nordic, learning, open source development, and corporate goals. Carles had some great suggestions for learning Zephyr: Memfault Interrupt Practical Zephyr blog series Nordic’s Developer Academy Zephyr’s Discord server Zephyr’s YouTube channel (@ZephyrProject), sorted by views Macrobatics term is from Zephyr D…
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Send us a Text Message. On this episode of Embedded Insiders, Senior Technology Editor, Ken, and Errol Leon, System Engineering & Marketing Manager of Robotics at Texas Instruments (TI) discuss the work of robotics in collaboration with humans and the role of motor control, board-to-board communication and sensor fusion in the future of robotics. B…
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Memory for automotive applications needs to be different from memory that’s intended for other applications. Why is that? I could not answer that question, so I turned to Michael Basca, the Vice President of Embedded Products and Systems within Micron’s Embedded Business Unit. As you might expect, Michael had no trouble answering the question. Hear…
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In this episode, Jacob Benningo discusses the importance of DevOps in the embedded software development industry. He emphasizes the need for DevOps to improve project delivery, efficiency, and product quality. Jacob provides insights into the principles of DevOps, the implementation of CI/CD pipelines, and the impact of DevOps on software developme…
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Is it possible to develop a car that would never crash? We’re talking about a physical crash, not a software crash. According to Chet Babla, Indie Semiconductor’s Senior Vice President, it is. Being a non-believer, I had Chet as my guest on this week’s Embedded Executives podcast. Chet walked me through exactly what needs to happen to make this phe…
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Jan Rychter joined us to talk about building a company, electronic components, and software design. Jan is the founder and engineer at PartsBox.com. If you are interested in the meta-analysis of the data, check out his article on the Top Ten Hobby Parts and the Electronic Component Database, You can find out more about Jan through his website (jan.…
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Jan Rychter joined us to talk about building a company, electronic components, and software design. Jan is the founder and engineer at PartsBox.com. If you are interested in the meta-analysis of the data, check out his article on the Top Ten Hobby Parts and the Electronic Component Database, You can find out more about Jan through his website(jan.r…
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Synopsys is all in on generative AI, and it’s putting its money where its mouth is by creating a Center for Generative AI within the company. Being that I had no idea what this meant, how it would work, or what it would mean to the industry, I invited the Center’s Executive Director, Stelios Diamantidis, to join me on this week’s Embedded Executive…
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Embedded in the Market is back with a new look and a new direction. This time around, Frank speaks to Manuel López Antón of Madrid Capital Partners on the state of embedded finance today, where it's headed, and who the players are in existing finance ecosystems as well as their roles today and in the future. They also discuss general use cases wher…
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Understatement: Raspberry Pi is popular with the embedded community. Myth: Raspberry Pi is not a secure platform. I believed in that myth until a recent conversation with Alex Kaay, the CTO and co-founder of Zymbit. The beauty of the Pi is in its simplicity, but don’t equate simplicity with unsecure. Alex walked me through why people's beliefs are …
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Carsten Gregerson shares his background in the embedded systems industry and how he got into it. He discusses his work at Nabto, a company that provides remote access to small devices using peer-to-peer technology. Carsten then delves into the topic of real-time operating systems (RTOS) and the battle for open-source RTOS. He explains the differenc…
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Kwabena Agyeman joined Chris and Elecia to talk about optimization, cameras, machine learning, and vision systems. Kwabena is the head of OpenMV (openmv.io), an open source and open hardware system that runs machine learning algorithms on vision data. It uses MicroPython as a development environment so getting started is easy. Their github reposito…
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