William Wong

Technology Editor

Bill is a technology editor for Electronic Design focusing on embedded,software, and systems. Check out his blog, AltEmbedded. If you are submitting press releases please include pricing information and links to hi res (300dpi) images when appropriate or it goes to the bottom of the pile.



George Romanski of Verocel Explains DO-178C Certification for Airborne Equipment
A proven process developed and refined over years of practical certification/verification experience provides test coverage and analysis compliance for DO-178B/C.
LabView Runs On System-On-Module
National Instruments’ NI sbRIO-9651 combines the best of NI’s Xilinx Zynq-based Compact RIO platform into a system-on-module (SOM).
Sensory’s Todd Mozer Discusses Biometric Security For Consumer Devices
Todd Mozer, CEO of Sensory Inc., describes new speech and vision technologies that target consumer products including mobile and automotive platforms.
Lauro Rizzatti Explains Hardware Emulation’s Appeal
Hardware emulation has become a key component of a project team’s verification strategy, used to effectively debug complex system-on-chip (SoC) designs.
Asymmetric Microcontrollers Tame Power Consumption
Now that asymmetric microcontrollers are becoming more common, they are providing more opportunities for reducing power requirements and modularizing software development.
Interview: Bob Doud Discusses The TILE-Gx Architecture
Bob Doud of Tilera discusses recent announcements, design wins and the strengths of the TILE-Gx architecture.
Interview: David Cok Explains Annotations For All
GrammaTech's Dr. David Cok talks about advancing the science of cyber-security with the Annotations for All initiative.
Raspberry Pi B+ Gets A+ 1
Technology Editor Bill Wong takes a look at the Raspberry Pi B+. It adds mounting holes and MicroSD support.
“Apes” Takes VFX Off the Soundstage 1
Electronic Design talked with Joe Letteri, senior visual effects (VFX) supervisor of Weta Digital, which created all of the effects for Dawn of the Planet of the Apes.
Portable Secure Storage Large And Small
Need a USB 3.0 FIPS 140-2 Level 2 validated secure USB drive with gigabytes of storage? Then check out Apricorn’s latest.
2014 Go Further With Ford Trend Conference
Check out the videos from Electronic Design and Engineering TV from the 2014 Further With Ford Trend Conference including robotic vehicles and the latest on the F-150 truck.
Interview: TE Connectivity’s Egbert Stellinga Discusses USB 3.1
Egbert Stellinga, product manager with TE Consumer Devices, talks to Technology Editor Bill Wong about their latest USB 3.1 connector technology.
Ford Introduces Jumbo-Sized Five-Row Airbag
At the 2014 Go Further With Ford Trend Conference, Ford was showcasing one of its latest innovations: a 15 foot long side-curtain airbag that will provide protection across five rows of seats in their 2015 Transit passenger wagon.
Ford Active Glove Box Knee Airbag to Debut on 2015 Ford Mustang
At the 2014 Go Further With Ford Trend Conference, Sean West talks about the design and engineering of their Active Glove Box knee airbag system that will be debuting on their 2015 Ford Mustang.
Ford's Enhanced Third Age Suit Simulates Old Age
Using adjustable links, weights that restrict movement, and other mechanical impairments, the designers at Ford Motor Company created their third age suit so they could better understand how older drivers would interact with the vehicles they're developing.

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