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Bringing mid-air haptics to the ‘ultimate display'

Ultrahaptics has announced that it is collaborating with Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). The collaboration has leveraged Ultrahaptics’ innovative haptics technology to enhance a new undergraduate course during which students learnt to cohesively blend virtual and physical realities, enabling students and users to feel and touch virtual objects and interact with data in new immersive ways.
23rd March 2017

Test solutions aid massive MIMO field trial

Test solutions aid massive MIMO field trial
National Instruments’ (NI) participation in the quest for highly efficient 5G wireless connectivity has been given a boost. A collaboration between a team of 5G engineers from the Universitiesof Bristol and Lund, NI and BT has undertaken field trials of a massive MIMO system at the BT Labs in Adastral Park, Suffolk. The trials were conducted in a large indoor hall mimicking a stadium environment and outdoors within the Adastral Park campus.
23rd March 2017

Handheld programmer suits in-field-services

Handheld programmer suits in-field-services
SEGGER has announced the release of Flasher Portable PLUS, a new member of the company’s widely popular Flasher family. This compact unit uses a rechargeable Li-Ion-battery to enable more than 10 hours of continuous, untethered stand-alone operation. It incorporates an LCD to display additional information on the programming process. The Flasher Portable PLUS can be loaded with multiple programming images and configurations.
23rd March 2017


Mouser Indy car triumphs in season opener

Mouser Indy car triumphs in season opener
The Mouser-sponsored No. 18 car opened the 2017 Verizon IndyCar Series in grand style, capturing a first-place finish in Florida at the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg, Florida. It was a historic win for driver Sebastien Bourdais, who overcame a last-place start to secure his 36th career IndyCar victory, advancing himself to sixth place on the all-time open wheel win list.
23rd March 2017

Are universities failing students and technology businesses?

Are universities failing students and technology businesses?
Research recently published by Intern Tech has claimed that, when it comes to preparing students for technology related careers, the UK’s university system is outdated and not fit for purpose. With technology representing the fastest growing sector of the UK economy, it is of pivotal importance that the next generation of talent receives the educational and vocational learning opportunities necessary to support its projected growth.
23rd March 2017

A simple way to gain control of magnetism

A simple way to gain control of magnetism
While the ability to easily control the magnetic properties of small electronic systems is highly desirable for future small electronics and data storage, an effective solution has proven to be extremely elusive. But now, a group of researchers from universities in Chile and Brazil are reporting in the Journal of Applied Physics, from AIP Publishing, a simple way to gain control of magnetism that starts by controlling the shape of the systems.
23rd March 2017

Delta deal bolsters Luso power portfolio

Delta deal bolsters Luso power portfolio
Luso Electronics has strengthened its power portfolio by signing a deal with Delta Electronics to become UK and Ireland distributor for its range of high-efficiency and robust power supplies. Luso will focus on selling Delta’s open frame and panel mount power supplies suitable for industrial and factory automation applications and high quality power supplies for healthcare and medical applications.
23rd March 2017

Tieto signs e-commerce deal with Granngården

Granngården has chosen Tieto as its partner for creating a next-generation solution for its e-commerce and omnichannel operations. With this new solution, Granngården aims to develop their customer experience and to lay the basis for online revenue growth and seamless omnichannel experience. Granngården has been using SAP Hybris for several years but needed to stabilise and renew its systems to strengthen their customer experience and increase sales.
23rd March 2017

Newton Labs partners with Areva to provide robotic exam tech

AREVA NP signed an exclusive agreement with Newton Research Labs to make Newton’s non-destructive evaluation (NDE) inspection technology available to the U.S. nuclear industry. The combined service will be the most advanced NDE tank inspection and robotic repair service currently available in the nuclear industry. With this partnership, AREVA NP becomes the exclusive U.S. supplier for Newton’s “Inspector" robot technology for tank inspections.
23rd March 2017

When cold helium atoms behave like a black hole

When cold helium atoms behave like a black hole
A team of scientists has discovered that a law controlling the bizarre behaviour of black holes out in space is also true for cold helium atoms that can be studied in laboratories. "It's called an entanglement area law," says Adrian Del Maestro, a physicist at the University of Vermont who co-led the research. That this law appears at both the vast scale of outer space and at the tiny scale of atoms, "is weird," Del Maestro says, "and it points to a deeper understanding of reality."
22nd March 2017


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