eZine focuses on transformational design trends

11th February 2019
Posted By : Mick Elliott
eZine focuses on transformational design trends

The latest issue of its Methods technology and solutions eZine has been released by Mouser Electronics. The first issue of volume three, Design Trends and the Transformation of Everything, looks at transformative technologies such as 5G, augmented reality (AR), autonomous vehicles, and more, with articles penned by thought leaders and subject-matter experts.fouces on transformational technologies

This issue is framed by a foreword by Sam George, Director of Microsoft Azure IoT Engineering, in which he offers a high-level overview of the technologies discussed in later articles.

While focusing on a wide range of transformational design trends, the issue features multiple articles on issues relevant to the Internet of Things (IoT), including practical applications in industrial IoT, a survey of IoT development kits, and IoT contributions to sustainable engineering.

Also included is an interview about MicroPython with Ladyada and a piece by “Wizard of Make” Bob Martin on innovation to productisation. Rounding out the issue is a look at what’s after Moore’s Law.

“Both hardware and software engineering have reached a turning point, supported by transformational design technologies,” said Kevin Hess, Senior Vice President of Marketing at Mouser Electronics. “The newest issue of Methods offers expert insight and perspectives on these trends, illustrating how new technologies like 5G and augmented reality will revolutionize engineering and development.”


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