Flying IoT Introduces New Opportunities, Security Vulnerabilities

By Cheryl Ajluni | Keysight Technologies

Times have changed in the amazing world of IoT. What once was a new and compelling idea has quickly worked its way into the hearts and minds of consumers everywhere. From wearable devices such as the Fitbit and pet trackers to smart cows and smart farming, IoT is now taking to the sky.

Have You Tried Turning Your House Off and On Again?

By Matt Campbell

When you call an HVAC technician these days, the first thing they might ask is, “have you tried turning it off and on again?”

This morning, I woke up to an indoor temperature of 55 F (that’s 286 Kelvin for those of you who never leave the lab). Apparently, our heater had been off for a while. I checked the furnace, it was fine. I checked our new smart thermostat, which also seemed to be in working order. My wife and I messed with the settings to no avail. Then, I remembered my time in IT and decided to turn it off and on again. As soon as it booted back up, the heat clicked on.

Shifting the Future of Automotive Industry to Top Gear with IoT and 5G

By Janet Ooi | Iot Industry and Solutions Marketing

Imagine a world where your car helps with your day-to-day schedule. It observes your work calendar, detects that you have a meeting scheduled for 8:00 am and checks the traffic situation for the best route to the office, just to make sure you won’t be late. Your car can send a reminder to your phone or smartwatch to remind you of your meeting, as big data in the cloud crunches information to derive the ideal time when you should leave your house via  a prompt to your phone –  your virtual connected car valet service! Don’t think this is possible? Times have changed.

Technology Predictions from an Electronic Design and Test Thinktank


In 2020, the world experienced an unprecedented public health crisis – the coronavirus pandemic. This has impacted all sectors of society and forced enterprises, small businesses, governments and private institutions to pivot, in some cases extensively, to accelerate digital transformations and rethink the way innovation is achieved. Keysight executives comment on the shape-shifting business operations and technology trends that are unfolding through the lens of the pandemic, the effects of which will continue to have lasting effects on organizations and society.

Keysight and ElringKlinger AG Collaborate to Advance E-mobility

ElringKlinger equips laboratories with Keysight’s Scienlab Battery Test Solutions
Press Release

SANTA ROSA, Calif. and Dettingen/Erms, Germany, December 18, 2020 /3BL Media/ - Keysight Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: KEYS), a leading technology company that helps enterprises, service providers and governments accelerate innovation to connect and secure the world, and ElringKlinger, one of the world's leading technological partner to the automotive industry, have collaborated to advance e-mobility in the field of battery development for electric vehicles.

High School Interning…Making Real Differences

By Hamish Gray, Senior Vice President

Many companies have college intern programs to provide students career experience while allowing the company an opportunity to identify those that may be a good fit to join the team upon their graduation. We certainly utilize this approach at Keysight with a robust college intern recruiting and post-graduation hiring program. But the often-overlooked high school intern engagement is another approach Keysight uses to support student development while also identifying potential future employee candidates.

Automotive Cybersecurity: Enabling Safety and Security for the Connected Car

An application story by Hwee Yng Yeo, Keysight Technologies

The modern Connected Car runs on software from various sources. According to Code Complete (by Steve McConnell; Cob and Mills, 1990), even the best coding practices produce one coding error per 10,000 lines of code. With about 100,000,000 lines of code in a modern high-end car, this works out to about 10,000 software bugs onboard!

Computer Science Education Week Highlights Progress Made, Continued Need for, STEM Education in Underrepresented Communities

By Michele Robinson-Pontbriand | Director Corporate Social Responsibility

This year’s Computer Science Education Week (CSEdWeek) theme is social justice. Of course, there are lots of perspectives to social justice, from distribution of wealth and support for environmental sustainability, to improving the lives of marginalized individuals.

Reflections on the Role of Corporate Philanthropy in Community Prosperity on Giving Tuesday

By Hamish Gray, Senior Vice President

Each year Giving Tuesday celebrates generosity, and the role it plays in transforming communities. By encouraging individuals, families, groups and corporations to give of themselves and through donations, it salutes the value of "doing good" in the world — something that is desperately needed in this particularly challenging year.


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