Mentor White Paper: IoT and the New Breed of Designers


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A new breed of designers has arrived that is leveraging inexpensive sensors to build the intelligent systems at the edge of the Internet of Things (IoT). These systems play in every space: from devices on the body, vehicles, the workplace, across the land, sea, air, and the outer reaches of space.

It’s no surprise that this new breed of designers is taking full advantage of advanced sensing technology to invent IoT devices for an unlimited market space. Who are the new breed of designers and what tools and processes do they employ to get their jobs done quickly?

This white paper presents an overview of bringing together a design flow for IoT edge device creation that includes IC design, embedded software, system exploration and documentation, and PCB design. Click here to download this white paper

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