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Bench Talk for Design Engineers

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Bench Talk for Design Engineers | The Official Blog of Mouser Electronics


New Tech Tuesdays: Voice-Controlled Comfort in the Smart Home Rudy Ramos
Smart home gadgets have turned regular houses into places full of intelligent, connected devices that offer both ease and safety. Aided by a variety of IoT technologies, this significant change in how homes function has made life more convenient and secure.

Assessing Risk on Home Network Security Devices Jeff Fellinge
Many options are available today to protect your IoT and other smart devices. These devices monitor network usage, look for common misconfigurations, and alert you to possible vulnerabilities or activities that could allow an attacker into your home network and grant access to your sensitive data.

ZigBee vs. Z-Wave: What’s the Difference? Tyler Wojciechowicz
With a myriad of IoT products available, consumers and engineers are left to wonder which technology best suits their needs. Popular IoT ecosystems ZigBee and Z-Wave offer two unique solutions to this design question. Learn how their specifications differ to decide the optimal use for your application.

CES 2019: Defining a New Smarter Society For Us All Mouser Staff
The 2019 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) brought together a mind-blowing myriad of different product innovations. With a projected 180,000 people and nearly 4,500 companies attending, there simply isn’t another tech-related event that competes with this in terms of either scale or diversity.

Bluetooth Mesh Networks and Home Automation Traci Browne
Bluetooth Mesh, launched in 2017, addresses many of the shortcomings in existing home automation protocols already on the market. Find out how Bluetooth Mesh is poised to advance the home automation market.

The Internet of Useful Things, or “The World’s Most Expensive Egg Timer” Lynnette Reese
How did we get here? I could use several lifetimes up just in projects. The tools available to the masses seem to be fueled by IoT. We can all engineer a little IoT, apparently.

The Internet of Naming Things Warren Miller
One of the interesting things, at least to me, about the Internet of Things (IoT) is that every ‘thing’ will have its own address. You might be able to communicate with each of these things by just referencing its address. More complicated things might even have their own email address. You could be able to send messages to your coffee pot, your thermostat and your door lock just as you would send an email to a friend or family member.

Home Automation Adventures Part II: The Home Automation Attack Surface: Miles Wide and Wafer Thin Arden Henderson
Bob and Alice Smarts are very excited about their new home automation system. It is the very latest in the latest Information Technology consumer space, incorporating all of the Smarts' smart devices, tying everything together. They can adjust their thermostat from far away. They can view the security system's cams to check on the pets. The baby monitor comes in handy to check on Baby Smart, the newest of the Smart kids. The refrigerator keeps track of inventory and sends reminders. Their smoke detectors and home security system now work together, ready to notify at a moment's notice. All via smart phone. And on and on.

Home Automation Adventures Part I: When (Internet) Things Go Bump in the Night Arden Henderson
For Bob and Alice Smarts (not their real names) and their kids, such a world was not only hard to imagine, it was long-forgotten by Bob and Alice, and never known a'tall by their kids. The pre-internet, pre-web world -- if such a world ever existed -- would be a vast empty space. Boring. A wasteland. Such a world was no more real than the black-and-white, scratchy WWII news reels that Uncle Fred, flying in from St. Louis, tuned-in within thirty minutes of arriving if no football games were on at the moment. There is a room with a smart TV for that.

Home Automaddening Patrick Mannion
As an engineer and cautionary gadget freak it’s hard to not be excited by the recent activity around the Internet of Things (IoT) and home automation. It gives me hope that we’ll soon be able to connect the dots and make all these systems work together in concert so we can orchestrate a beautiful, harmonious symphony of technology. Then I wake up.

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