Articles by Tim Pockney

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Codethink staff have been predominantly based at home now for over three months. In that time the way we all interact with the world has changed considerably.

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In 2019, electric vehicles accounted for 7.4% of total passenger car registrations in the UK. For an ever-more environmentally conscious population, this presents a very low number. Electric vehicles are often seen as a next step, or even a solution for greener transportation. Indeed, electric vehicles are becoming a more accessible option for an increasing number of consumers, and getting closer to a wider public adoption.

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I’ve now been working at home since early March. My colleagues and I have all adapted to be able to work at home following the coronavirus outbreak and the subsequent measures taken by the UK government and other governments around the world. This shift is one that we have all had to come to terms with quickly.

Blue cloud

Codethink recently worked on platform libraries for the real-time M4 cores of the MediaTek MT3620, the first Azure Sphere chip certified by Microsoft focusing on the development of a set of drivers for the peripheral subsystems (SPI, I2C, I2S, ADC, PWM, GPIO and Timers).

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Codethink’s culture stems from the world of open source software. A large part of what it means to be a Codething is taking part in the sharing of knowledge across the company and learning on a daily basis. This practice drives the development of understanding in different areas of …

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Codethink partnered with York Instruments on a project to develop a new Magnetoencephalogram (MEG) scanner to replace their existing apparatus. This is a neuroimaging device which maps brain activity by recording magnetic fields which are produced by naturally occurring electrical currents in the brain.

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Interview with Adam Jones discussing hot to get into open source, and why Open source software is at the heart of Codethink.

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For a project with one of our larger clients, Codethink engineers had been using a 3rd party debugging board, purchased by the customer. Engineers found that the debug board features were quite limited. Due to the delicate design of the board, the lead time for production was long and as …

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The Civil Infrastructure Platform (CIP), a Linux Foundation Initiative, is attracting the attention of well known stakeholders in the Industrial Grade space.

The long term project goal is to create an Open Source base layer for industrial grade systems collaboratively to enable the creation of reusable building blocks that meet …

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Over the course of three months and two PCB revisions, Codethink developed a USB 3 switch (See Image) in order to address issues regarding software deployment and continuous integration faced by one of our major customers.

The aim was to deliver a computer-controlled, automated deployment pipeline for testing software on …

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Codethink has been collaborating with British Cycling technical staff to develop an innovative telematics system to measure performance of their athletes in training for competitive events. This system seeks to improve the recording and analysis of raw data and will aid training progress of British Cycling in preparation for the …

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Systems are becoming more complex than ever before. This now allows us to accomplish tasks that once seemed impossible. With this increase in complexity from systems, there is a need for safety models that can keep up.

STAMP (System-Theoretic Accident Model and Processes) is an accident and causality model based …

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The theme of International Women’s Day 2019 is ‘Balance for Better’. It is reported that 17% of those working in technology sector in the UK are female, an imbalance that has drawn a lot of attention. For International Women’s Day this year, I talked to a few of …

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