Monthly Archives: May 2016

Building a WiFi-connected streaming camera and video recorder using Raspberry Pi 3

This post explains how to build a WiFi-connected video recorder and streaming camera using Raspberry Pi 3. I wanted to install a survellance camera to watch the front yard over Internet, and to record video. Unfortunately good-quality connected cameras are expensive, and the image quality is not so good. For example, most are unable to […]

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The Biggest Myth of Technology Licensing

Or does technology licensing work against the company? In the previous article I mentioned the reasons for licensing the technology. But still one question remains unanswered: if you license technology for financial reasons – to earn money – is it worth it? Or, stated more typically, Yes, it is good to make extra money, but […]

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Why companies license technology to other companies?

In the previous article I explained why the companies license technology from other companies. Now let’s see why companies license their technologies to other companies. This question is asked by the engineers even more often than the previous one. After all, we developed something unique with lots of effort. So why not start reaping fruits […]

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Why companies license technology FROM other companies?

I’ve been working for the technology licensing units more than ten years, and there seem to be confusion of why companies license technologies to other companies, and from other companies. Isn’t it easier/better/more reliable to develop your own? And understanding why it happens is very important, because for example when you design the SDK for […]

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Why is the cars CAN bus insecure?

and how did we end up in this situation? There is a couple of wires inside your car which control many car components, from lights and signal to trunk, ABS and even brakes. This couple of wires is called “CAN bus”, CAN meaning Controller Area Network. Access to this bus by hackers gives them significant […]

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