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ESP32-POE-ISO passed RED,EMC, Helth and Safety tests necessary for issue of CE marking

We are proud to announce that ESP32-PoE-ISO board has passed successfully all necessary tests to bear CE marking:

  • EN 62311:2008 RED Health
  • EN 62479:2010 RED Health…
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How to define your ELM deployment roadmap

Our customers want to perform their product engineering, systems engineering, and complex software engineering more effectively. If they didn’t want to do at least one of these things, they wouldn’t be our customers! 421 more words



(OP-ED) — The commentary provided within this post is not legal advice.  The author of this post leaves it up to the reader of the material contained herein to determine its educational value and to always conduct due diligence prior to assuming you have rights that may not have been afforded to you, either in the chain of title … or in litigation.  665 more words


How to jump-start monitoring your ELM environment

A lot of IT organizations would be apoplectic at the suggestion that they don’t need to monitor their mission-critical IT systems. Your Engineering Lifecycle Management… 265 more words


Welcome to the ELMs!

Howdy, I’m Todd Dunnavant. I’ve worn a lot of hats in my career — from Civil Engineer to oil patch research engineer to Rational Software tech rep to… currently the leader of the Engineering Lifecycle Management (ELM) Services Practice in IBM’s Watson IoT business unit. 158 more words


26th May 735. Bede and Dating.

In an increasing secular and multicultural society BCE and CE are increasingly used to express BC and AD. (1)

Today the Venerable Bede died in 735 AD/CE being especially notable for adopting the use of Anno Domini in our dating system when he wrote the Historia Ecclesiastica. 340 more words


JAC 1-3 & 13, AKA the Evaluation Criteria

All right. I admit it. JAC1 is not technically one of the Joint Accreditation criteria regarding evaluation, but as the criterion regarding a program’s mission statement, it is the basis for JAC2, JAC3, and JAC13. 1,105 more words