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Mouser, Marvel & Imahara Assemble!

Mouser, Marvel & Imahara Assemble!
Mouser Electronics announced the launch of a new series in the second year of the Empowering Innovation Together programme with former Mythbusters star and longtime Mouser customer, Grant Imahara. The new programme will also see the debut of the Mouser Innovation Lab, where Imahara and special guests will build several cutting-edge projects powered by the newest products and technologies from Mouser’s manufacturer partners.
29th April 2016

It's not exactly rocket science, but will help parents

It's not exactly rocket science, but will help parents
Technology designed to unfurl space satellites at 30,000 miles above the earth is behind a revolutionary new design of the travel cot that will make travelling with baby a whole lot easier when it launches in the UK in July. When aeronautical engineer, Fujia Chen, was babysitting her nephew and struggling with an awkward, bulky travel cot she knew that there had to be an easier way.
28th April 2016

'World first' industrial grade appliance with advanced LAN bypass

'World first' industrial grade appliance with advanced LAN bypass
Industrial Control Systems (ICS) play a crucial role for a nation’s critical infrastructures. Since ICS facilities are usually deployed in remote, unmanned and harsh environments, Lanner introduces its industrial grade appliance – LEC-6032, with capability to operate under wide temperature ranges, advanced LAN bypass (Gen.3) for failover recovery and rich connectivity to communicate with PLC (Programmable Logic Controllers) and HMI.
27th April 2016


Class-D amplifier revs up mobile sound quality

Class-D amplifier revs up mobile sound quality
To meet the demand for mobile devices offering top quality sound - without sacrificing power - Nanyang Technological University (NTU) has invented an ultra-high-quality Class-D amplifier. Created by NTU’s Division of Electrical and Electronics Engineering in Singapore, the ultra-high-quality chip can tolerate more 'noise' from other components in a device, which reduces distortion so the sound quality can be significantly improved.
26th April 2016

Software analyses embryonic development

Software analyses embryonic development
Sixty years ago, Alan Turing proposed that body patterning is achieved by two types of signaling molecules that spread in the developing tissues to create a spatial pattern. Scientists from the Friedrich Miescher Laboratory of the Max Planck Society in Tübingen have now developed new mathematical approaches and software to systematically analyse realistic pattern forming networks that involve more than two molecules.
26th April 2016

Emphase IoT connectivity services rather than underlying tech

A new report from Beecham Research helps enterprise companies to match their IoT applications to the most appropriate public connectivity services to enable them. The report, An Introduction to LPWA Public Service Categories: Matching Services to IoT Applications, also proposes a new name for this new class of providers.
26th April 2016

Solution for cost-effective connection of legacy systems

TE Connectivity (TE) is working with Pepperl+Fuchs and Software AG on solutions to optimise interlinked manufacturing processes. The three companies are also working on smart status monitoring and maintenance. Results of their collaboration can be seen at the Hanover Fair (April 25-29th) in Booth D76 in Hall 9.
26th April 2016

Einstein's theory of relativity will be put to test

Einstein's theory of relativity will be put to test
Einstein's theory of general relativity is to be put to the test by a newly launched satellite in an experiment that could upend our understanding of physics. The French "Microscope" orbiter will try to poke a hole in one of Einstein's most famous theories, which provides the basis for our modern understanding of gravity. Scientists will use the kit to measure how two different pieces of metal—one titanium and the other a platinum-rhodium alloy—behave in orbit.
26th April 2016

President Obama visits Harting at Hannover Messe

President Obama visits Harting at Hannover Messe
US President Barack Obama visited the Harting Technology Group’s stand at Hannover Messe together with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, with the Harting family greeting the two heads of state. The United States is this year's partner country of the Hannover Messe. President Obama was accompanied by a large delegation.
25th April 2016

Collaboration accelerates chip verification

A partnership has been established by Mentor Graphics and Ixia, a provider of network testing, visibility, and security solutions. As a result, Mentor is integrating Ixia’s virtual edition test product family, IxNetwork Virtual Edition (VE), with the Mentor Veloce emulation platform to accelerate the verification of complex networking chips. As part of this collaboration, Ixia joined the Mentor OpenDoor programme.
25th April 2016


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