Tuesday, July 15, 2014
Monday, July 14, 2014
Saelig Company, Inc introduces the Double Telepresence Robot, a self-balancing mobile robot that can navigate around - and send video/audio - from a remote location, controlled from anywhere in the world via the Internet. Double can be remotely operated via any iOS device or web browser, allowing movement even while on a two-way video call, transforming telecommuting for deeper interaction with remote team members. Double takes all the great aspects of video calls via an iPad and places them on a mobile base that puts the remote worker in control. http://www.saelig.com/MR/MFR00136001.htm
Friday, July 11, 2014
Byteparadigm’s Logic Analyzer, High-speed Digital Data Logger and I²C / SPI Analyzer now includes fast SPI / I²C protocol decoding on up to 20 serial lines, display results on-screen within waveforms. This versatile USB device for digital system analysis samples at up to 100MSa/s and can be used as a simple 20 bit logic analyzer with large 8MSa storage memory. Unique features include: data logger capability, with ‘always-on’/gigabyte-range data recording to PC; hardware data qualification / data filtering capabilities usually found on high-end logic analyzers. Data filtering / data qualification is most helpful in drilling down to essential digital clues when debugging and troubleshooting embedded systems with more complex chips running at higher speeds. The debugging process is like an investigation: you collect an array of evidences and progressively ‘narrow down’ to the source of the problem. Two filtering options are available with LOG Storm Studio: 1) Fixed length: it defines a START condition and a CAPTURE length. It also foresees a pre-fetch option for capturing data before the START condition; 2) Variable length: it defines a START condition and a STOP condition. This type of capture includes pre-fetch and post-fetch options for capturing data before the START and after the STOP conditions. In addition, both types of capture include an ‘ENABLE’ option that defines which data must be captured. More here: http://www.saelig.com/MFR00015/SPI003.htm
Friday, June 27, 2014
Yesterday's Supreme Court ruling about cellphone privacy makes Saelig's Forensic pouches even more relevant to law enforcement professionals. Even Justic Roberts suggested using them to keep data secure while a phone is seized before court approval for examination. Did you know you can wipe out a phone's memory remotely (if you know what you're doing) with just a phone call?