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The US effort is not alone. Japan is working on major upgrades of its energy grid using CPS technologies,” Mulligan said. The EU has groups looking at privacy issues related to the IoT, and China Telecom and China Mobile have been talking about numerous pilot IoT projects,” some involving millions of users, said Mulligan.

In terms of fab processes, Intel is seen as a node ahead of the competition. It is now ramping up 14nm FinFET process. Foundry rival TSMC is ramping up its 20nm process now but does not expect to have a version with FinFETs ready for commercial use until late next year.

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MADISON, Wis. — Following an Oklahoma court judgment against Toyota for unintended acceleration” in some of its cars, after which Toyota agreed to settle with the plaintiffs on punitive damages, the greatest frustration for court-watchers has been the blockade on information about what one expert witness referred to as Task X.

During EE Times’ interview with Michael Barr, CTO and co-founder of the Barr Group, who was an expert witness during the trial, he discussed the death of Task X,” which he believes ultimately caused loss of throttle control” and also a disablement of a number of the fail-safes.”

So what is Task X? What tasks is Task X supposed to perform?

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Barr said he’s not allowed to talk about specifics on Task X. However, the trial transcript offers ample clues about what it does.

Kitchen sinkEE Times went back to the transcripts of Bookout v. Toyota Motor and found the following:

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On the witness stand, Barr described Task X as kitchen-sink” function because of an extensive list of chores it’s designed to perform within an automobile’s electronic system. 

In the context of the trial, he explained that Task X helps manage throttle control. It selects the next throttle percentage, whether it should be 100 percent, 50 percent, 20 percent,” he testified. And it does that based on looking at the accelerator pedal position, whether the cruise [control] is on.”

The new Agilent aims to grow profits faster than revenues. Taking one step in that direction, Sullivan split Agilent central R&D into two groups, focused on separate chemical analysis and life sciences product lines to help differentiate products faster,” he said.

In addition, he foresees bolt-on acquisitions to complete a full lab-to-clinic work flow in [areas such as] gene sequencing, molecular diagnostics and consumables,” he said.

The company made its largest acquisition — a $2.2 deal for Dako in May 2012 — to bolster its life sciences business, a deal on which Agilent has has yet to get a full return, Sullivan said. And the company is still behind competitors in academic and research markets, he added.

Back in the late 1970s, there was a television program called WKRP in Cincinnati. The station manager was the son of the station owner. He mismanaged the station and could not be fired, because, after all, What mother would fire her own son?”

I worked for such a station as a contract engineer. It was smaller, and the manager was younger and less competent than the guy in charge at WKRP. The station transmitter was located in a riverbed, which provided an excellent ground and no structures within nearly a thousand feet of the tower. The building was made of concrete and contained a Gates BC-1T one-kilowatt transmitter, along with some audio processing and monitoring equipment. The single tower was next to the building, and the matching network was just inside the building.

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