SnapUI High Performance GUI Engine at Embedded World 2018

2018-10-09T11:09:13+00:00

Watch SnapUI's smooth performance on the NXP i.MX7 ULP processor:   SnapUI in action on the NXP Stand at Embedded World 2018: the largest embedded systems trade show on the globe   Nuremberg, Germany: SnapUI demo up and running amid last minute preparations at Embedded World 2018    SnapUI Demo: Homehub (thermostat and alarm panel) on the i.MX7 ULP ByteSnap is excited to be exhibiting SnapUI – our low power, high performance GUI engine - running on NXP’s new i.MX7 ULP processor at the world’s biggest embedded systems trade fair…   SnapUI is on display at Embedded World 2018 in Nuremberg, Germany 27th February – 1st March. The demonstration uses the SnapUI framework to render using the OpenGL accelerated GPU of the i.MX7 ULP. All framework graphics [...]

SnapUI High Performance GUI Engine at Embedded World 20182018-10-09T11:09:13+00:00

Design trade-offs in M2M product design and development

2018-10-09T09:36:53+00:00

Long before the phrases M2M product design and the Internet of Things came to wider attention, we were already making machines talk to each other, says Dunstan Power of ByteSnap Design. Early adopters like General Motors and Hughes Electronics Corporation could see the benefits that machine-to-machine communications (M2M) offered forward-thinking businesses as far back as 1995 but when M2M via cellular communication took off in 1996, M2M wireless technology became far more popular. Combined with embedded electronics, machine-to-machine communications offer consumers a wide range of sophisticated everyday devices. Businesses of all sorts are approaching us to capitalise on M2M opportunities. Whether they want to deliver a product to control home heating or monitor health, there are so many different hardware and software considerations. The innovative business with M2M ideas doesn’t necessarily know exactly what [...]

Design trade-offs in M2M product design and development2018-10-09T09:36:53+00:00

New Electronics: Embedded software testing is as important as hardware test

2018-10-09T12:11:47+00:00

Embedded software testing is a discipline that is both easier and more efficient if it can be conducted concurrently with software development, and preferably with the hardware. The extent to which this can be done varies. For example, ByteSnap, a design consultancy specialising in embedded system development, can be presented with projects at the concept level and so the complete design flow – hardware and software – is in its hands. To read the full article please go to: http://www.newelectronics.co.uk/electronics-technology/testing-embedded-software-is-as-important-as-hardware-test/58850/

New Electronics: Embedded software testing is as important as hardware test2018-10-09T12:11:47+00:00