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The Analog Garage Master Mechanic was just coming out of hibernation when the third Nor’Easter in ten days dropped 22 inches of snow. Forecasters say more is coming and the only way to cope is to think ahead to summer. For Analog Garage,...
16 Mar 2018
If You Can’t Stand the Heat, Stay Out of the Garage!
Would you believe a critical piece of a new product developed by the Analog Garage was tested in the kitchen? It’s true. Not in the oven, mind you. But in a button on the counter, by the coffee maker. This particular innovation helped roun...
25 Oct 2017
Analog Garage At HUBWeek
festival kicks off this week, with as many as 40,000 people converging on the city to explore the future, and the Analog Garage will help give them a sense for the role sensors will play.
, the Analog Devices ...
11 Oct 2017
NextGen: Biosensing - Toward Infection-Free Healthcare Facilities
This post is the latest in the Analog Garage's NextGen series on biosensing. Healthcare-associated infections, or HAIs, are a tremendous problem for hospitals and other healthcare facilities. Which is why potential sensor-to-cloud solution...
10 Oct 2017
Biosensing Leads to Healthier People – and a Healthier Bottom Line
Prospects for fitness bands, smartwatches and other biosensing monitors have caught the attention of insurance companies. Increasingly, health insurance providers are building programs around biosensors to lower premiums for healthy behaviors. As w...
2 Oct 2017
Powering the IoT with Thermoelectric Energy Harvesting
An architectural innovation in chip-scale energy harvesting pioneered by the Analog Garage has the potential to make the Internet of Things practical – if not outright possible – in some cases. The utopian vision for the Internet of Things...
18 Sep 2017
Internet of Tomatoes: Food Supply Trust Via Blockchain
The vision for the Internet of Things is to inject precision into existing processes across industry, be it agriculture, health, automotive or industrial. But it’s one thing for IoT advances to look attractive on paper. Quite another to deliver, as...
9 Aug 2017
SGInnovate: Singapore's Unique Approach to Innovation
is a private-limited company wholly-owned by the Singapore government. But to the Analog Garage, it’s a partner in our mission to help entrepreneurs research, prototype and scale their ideas. Ron Cellini, one of the Analog Garage team me...
29 Jul 2017
Alchemist’s B2B Focus Attracts New Tech and the Garage
There are very few places in the world with such an active, vibrant startup community as in the San Francisco Bay Area. Which is why some Analog Garage Venture team members conduct their strategic partnership exploration extensively there. ...
12 Jul 2017
On Location: The Latest in IoT from Israel
What better place to evaluate the state of the startup ecosystem than in Israel, the nation that calls itself the Startup Nation? And what better venue than
, among the premier startup events in the Startup Nation? That is why...
27 Jun 2017
On Location: Every Location is Different
One of the unexpected pleasures for the Analog Garage team as we expand our global exploration are the innovative projects we find that are focused on solving local problems. Of course, there are plenty of efforts in every corner of the wo...
17 Jun 2017
On Location: China’s Vibrant New Start-up Climate
ADI Senior Manager, Raj Senguttuvan just got back from visiting China as part of the Analog Garage’s regional expansion into Asia. He said he “was blown away” by the fertile start-up ecosystem there. Find out why in this short video interview with ...
6 Jun 2017
We Are the Weakest Link!
When it comes to locking down a network, the security you put in place is only as good as the weakest link. If someone’s given you a password to access their network, then guess what? You are the weakest link! For the Int...
6 Jun 2017
Boston Area: No better Place for Innovation
caught up with the Analog Garage on-site last week at the Harvard Innovation Lab, just as the university’s program
awarded more than $300,000
to incubate new ideas. Bloomberg Market hosts discussed with Maria Tagliaferro,...
19 May 2017
A Smart City is a Secure City
The light bulb has become the symbol for an idea. But when ADI’s Doug Gardner sees a light bulb he thinks, “security breach.” Gardner told attendees at EmTech Asia in Singapore earlier this year that the Smart City and the overall Internet...
18 May 2017
What Goes Up, Must Come Down: LIDAR for UAVs
The most recognizable LIDAR system for the automotive market looks sort of like a salad plate-sized dome that sits atop the roof of the automobile. The next smallest is about twice the size of a hockey puck. So you might find it hard to belie...
8 May 2017
A World of Possibilities for Portable ChemLab
Once the stuff of science fiction, handheld chemical labs are now fast becoming a reality. Advancements in opto-electronics performance and miniaturization are opening possibilities for the well-established science of material analysis using wavele...
19 Apr 2017
On Location: Startup Culture Drives Innovation in Israel
As the massive Mobile World Congress event began to wind down, the Master Mechanic caught up with Alain Guery, the Analog Garage Director of Emerging Business, at the Barcelona show. Our conversation turned quickly to what we saw at the Israeli Pav...
25 Mar 2017
On Location: Smart Cities in Asia
For Singapore, smart city is more than a vision, according to
of the Analog Garage. It’s a work in progress. Cellini should know. Part of the team that’s helping to expand the Analog Garage’s footprint in Asia, he’s focused mostly on Si...
20 Mar 2017
The Quest for the Quantified Athlete
Baseball, as sports pioneer Branch Rickey famously said, is a game of inches. Now, more than a half-century later, we still know that to be true – and not just for baseball, but for every sport. Increasingly, though, we’re also coming to u...
10 Mar 2017
On Location: India’s Booming Startup Climate
Is the India startup scene getting ready to pop? I’m starting to think so. I just got back from a fact-finding tour to Bangalore for the
, and I have to say that I was impressed by what I found. The startup climate around univ...
28 Feb 2017
LIDAR: Critical Cog in Self-Driving Technology
The auto industry is on a path to offer self-driving cars within the next several years. And with all the headlines about the rapidly advancing technology, automakers’ grand plans, and on-the-street pilot programs, it’s starting to sound as though ...
2 Feb 2017
Analog Garage Discovering Next-Generation Industrial Automation
The rapid adoption of the Internet of Things (IoT) is accelerating the growth of the Industrial and Factory Automation Market, which is forecasted to reach $221.17 Billion by 2021 (
). Since its inception, Analog Devices has been helpin...
31 Jan 2017
When Innovations Collide
At Analog Devices, we never stop asking “What if?” It’s what led us to invest in the
Internet of Tomatoes
and in SCiO spectroscopy technology. And then we asked, “What if we applied one to the other?” The question is leading to some very palatable ...
27 Jan 2017
Energy Ecosystem on the Rise
network of incubators is crucial to bringing a steady stream of discoveries to its attention. And for finding answers to the world’s energy and environmental challenges,
has emerged as a vital channel for Analog D...
26 Jan 2017
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