Graphics & Multimedia
Internet of Things
Arm Development Platforms
TrustZone for Armv8-M
Internet of Things
Open a support case
Arm Approved program
Arm Design Reviews
Arm and UNICEF’s ‘Wearables for Good’ winner wins at…
Arm and UNICEF have been working together since 2015 to use the power of technology to transform the lives of the world’s most vulnerable children.In 2015, together we launched the ‘Wearables for Good' challenge.
Embedded machine learning in asthma inhalers changes…
My son has had asthma since he was three years old. Ben is now 10, and during that time, it’s been fascinating to experience the challenges associated with asthma technique and medication from a parent’s perspective.
Internet of Things
Arm and UNICEF’s ‘Wearables for Good’ winner wins at GenH Challenge 2018
Arm and UNICEF have been working together since 2015 to use the power of technology to transform the lives of the world’s most vulnerable children.In 2015, together we launched the ‘Wearables for Good…
Predictions for a connected 2018
Our predictions about how the key themes of AI and Machine Learning (ML), IoT, security and blockchain are likely to begin to make a real difference in the way all of us interact with technology in 20…
Embedded machine learning in asthma inhalers changes lives
Amiko Respiro smart asthma inhalers use machine learning and Arm low-power Cortex-M processors to montior and improve treatments - and change lives.
Great Ormond Street Hospital: Tackling extraordinary challenges with technology
Great Ormond Street Hospital battles the most complex illnesses, brings together the brightest minds, and ultimately, changes the smallest of lives.
Distributed Computing’s New Frontier is Wearables
Wearables such as Lumo Bodytech devices are a new frontier for distributed computing, leveraging machine learning.
What people think about AI will surprise you
Global consumer survey about artificial intelligence generates unique insights in awareness, security and impact on jobs.
Arm and CSNE from the University of Washington partner to develop brain-implantable chips
The seemingly impossible medical application of a new technology to address neurodegenerative disease stands to be within reach for bi-directional brain-computer interfaces (BBCI).
Arm Compiler 6: Simplifying functional safety all the way to autonomous driving systems
At one level or another, we’re all excited about smarter, more autonomous cars. Some of us want completely autonomous vehicles right now (“Home, James!”); others just want their cars do take over the drudge…
Automotive areas at ArmTechCon 2016
ArmTechCon 2016 is nearly upon us, and there’s so much high quality technical content in the conference programme and exhibition floor that the only difficulty you’ll have is choosing what to attend
PoP technology makes wearables viable market for board makers.
Embedded Computing Boards is much more than industrial PCs. In fact there are unique and differentiating technologies such as PoP, which stands for Package on Package technology that can be offered by…
Maintaining consumer privacy under the tsunami of health and wellness sensors
Having just spent 2 days at the mHealth summit in Washington DC, a major theme of the event was how wearables were going to play a part in Healthcare. As I think back to how the medical system was when…
IoT to save $305bn in healthcare; Nordic has new Bluetooth Smart SoC; India to become #2 smartphone market (July 2nd news roundup)
Several reporters including Lucian Armasu from
report Google added support for the ARM-based Nvidia Tegra X1 chip in its Coreboot Chromebooks, noting, “It would also be the first 64…
Other Arm Resources
Copyright © 1995-2018 Arm Limited (or its affiliates). All rights reserved.