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Microcontrollers and Single-Board Computers 2016-2026

Applications, Technologies, Players, Markets


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Table of Contents
1.INTRODUCTION
1.1.Supercomputers and cloud computing
1.2.Laptop/desktop/server computers
1.3.System on a Chip (SoC)
1.4.Microcontroller units (MCUs)
1.5.Components
1.6.Anatomy of a generic device
1.7.Compute power
1.8.How are microcontrollers used?
1.9.Capabilities/limitations
1.10.Beyond microcontrollers
2.APPLICATIONS
2.1.Smart cards
2.2.Home and office
2.3.Automotive
2.3.1.Automotive: Spansion today
2.3.2.Autonomous vehicles tomorrow
2.4.DC-DC converter with MCU
2.5.Education
2.6.Wearable technologies
2.7.Internet of Things (IoT)
2.7.1.IoT: Key enabling technology
2.8.RFMod'sBeanIoT
2.9.Touch screen controllers
2.10.Motor control: BLDC
2.11.Motor control for traction: BLDC
2.12.Toy quadcopter
2.13.Motor control for traction: BLDC
2.14.Motor control: brushed DC
2.15.Motor control: stepper motors
2.16.Rotary joint
2.17.Sensor fusion
2.18.Artificial intelligence: deep learning
2.19.Quadcopters and other multirotors
2.20.3D printers
2.21.Microwave ovens
2.22.Washing machines
3.TECHNOLOGIES
3.1.Core MCU technologies
3.2.MCU manufacturing processes
3.3.Optimising power consumption
3.4.Low power battery backup
3.5.MCU architectures
3.6.MCU components:
3.6.1.Memory
3.6.2.IO
3.7.MCU co-processors:
3.7.1.DSPs
3.7.2.FPGAs
3.7.3.PLDs and CPLDs
3.8.MCU software:
3.8.1.Operating systems
3.8.2.Programming languages
3.9.Case study: Texas Instruments
3.10.Adjacent technologies
3.11.Sensors
3.11.1.Inertial measurement units (IMUs)
3.11.2.Global Positioning System (GPS)
3.11.3.Depth cameras
3.12.Communications
3.13.Actuators
3.14.Artificial Intelligence
4.PLAYERS
4.1.MCU and Single-board computer vendors
4.1.1.Renesas Electronics
4.1.2.NXP+Freescale
4.1.3.Microchip+Atmel
4.1.4.Atmel
4.1.5.ST Microelectronics
4.1.6.Infineon Technologies
4.1.7.Texas Instruments (TI)
4.1.8.Cypress/Spansion
4.1.9.Samsung
4.1.10.Intel
4.1.11.Digispark
4.1.12.Arduino/Genuino
4.1.13.Apple
4.1.14.Google
4.1.15.Amazon
4.1.16.Raspberry Pi Foundation
4.1.17.Beagleboard
4.2.Some more MCU prototyping boards
4.3.And many more SBCs
5.TRENDS
5.1.MCU architectures
5.2.Consolidation on the ARM architecture
5.3.Open source hardware
5.4.Moore's Law
5.5.Prices equilibrating
5.6.Trends
6.MARKETS
6.1.MCU value chains
6.2.MCU players by total company revenue ($ billion)
6.3.Geographical breakdown
6.4.MCU market share by revenue ($ billion)
6.5.Proportionof revenue from MCUs
6.6.Cumulative genuine Arduino sales
6.7.Car forecast
6.8.Wearable technologies forecast
6.9.Internet of Things forecast
6.10.Microcontroller forecast
6.11.Raspberry Pi by geography
6.12.SBC installed bases
6.13.SBC market
6.14.Declining desktop PC sales
6.15.Single-board computer market forecast
6.16.Single-board computer forecast

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