In the last year, we have seen the internet of things (IoT) significantly grow globally with the market showing no signs of slowing down. Today an increasing number of devices are connected, from consumer electronics to household appliances and vehicles.
In the effort to support the remote-working verification community, OneSpin Solutions, the Munich-based provider of certified IC integrity verification solutions, is running a fun weekly challenge on its website to take engineers’ minds off the current Coronavirus climate.
The idea of free and open software has been around for decades and was grown out of a need to be able to easily enhance the software so it can do what you require of it. There was somewhat of an anti-establishment sentiment that advocated for open sharing over corporations controlling access of the software.
OneSpin Solutions has expanded its online resources program to enable today’s remote work-from-home verification engineers to continue to create electronics that are functionally correct, safe, trusted and secure. The updated program provides engineers the knowledge tools necessary to tackle their complex verification challenges from the safety of their home environment amid the Covid-19 situation.