Electronic Specifier Articles
Scientists look to reduce cost of microchips through plasma
Scientists at the US Department of Energy’s (DOE) Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL) are developing computer simulation codes to boost microchip production through the use of plasma – an electrically charged state of matter pivotal in fusion research.
Understanding oxygen sensors in cars
In the intricate ecosystem of a car's engine, oxygen sensors, also known as lambda sensors, play a pivotal role in ensuring efficiency and environmental compliance.
Samsung Galaxy ‘smart’ Ring: what we know so far
At Mobile World Congress, Samsung is displaying its intelligent health lineup. As part of this portfolio, the Galaxy Ring is being unveiled as a new wearable that simplifies wellness.
What is a Class G amplifier?
A Class G amplifier represents an evolution in amplifier technology, and it is designed to offer improved efficiency over traditional Class A, B, and AB amplifiers.
An introduction to Gridwatch Templar
Gridwatch Templar is a resource in the UK’s energy sector and provides real-time insights into electricity generation and consumption across the nation’s power grid.
Treating liver cancer with microrobots
Canadian researchers, led by Montreal radiologist Dr. Gilles Soulez, have pioneered a technique for treating liver tumours, employing magnet-guided microrobots within an MRI device.
Real-world sensors and VR to improve building maintenance
Computer scientists from the University of California San Diego and Carnegie Mellon University have unveiled a novel system that integrates real-world sensing with virtual reality, poised to revolutionise the maintenance of commercial buildings.
Intuitive Machines Odysseus lander successfully lands on moon
Odysseus has established itself as the inaugural private spacecraft to softly land on the moon, pioneering commercial lunar missions and beyond.
New chip opens door to AI computing at light speed
Engineers at the University of Pennsylvania have made an advancement in the field of AI with the development of a chip that leverages light waves for computation, rather than traditional electricity.
The augmented reality of advertising in football
In the dynamic world of sports, the fusion of technology and marketing has opened up new vistas for innovation, especially in football, where augmented reality (AR) advertising is revolutionising the way brands engage with audiences. Supponor, a trailblazer in this domain, is at the forefront of transforming football advertising through its cutting-edge AR solutions.
Nvidia's H100 microchips projected to surpass energy consumption of entire nations
Nvidia's H100 microchips projected to consume over 13,000 GWH in 2024, surpassing energy consumption of entire nations like Georgia and Costa Rica.
Computex 2024: pioneering ‘Connected AI’ and beyond
Computex, the global B2B technology trade show, is gearing up for its 2024 edition, and it promises to be a seminal event in the ICT and IoT industries.
Termin-spiration: termites inspire lunar mounds in space
In the quest for human expansion into space, the University of Arizona's College of Engineering is pioneering an approach that draws inspiration from one of nature's most impressive architects: termites.
Is the UK EV market hitting a bump in the road?
Electronic Specifier's Harry Fowle talks with Ben Whitaker, Co-Founder and Chief Technical Officer of Kerbo Charge, to learn more about the current UK EV market scenario.
Robotic guide dogs: pioneering assistive technology
Blind and partially sighted individuals may soon navigate indoor spaces more freely with the assistance of a robotic guide dog.
World’s first fault-tolerant quantum computer
QuEra has significantly reduced the error rate in qubits, paving the way for the debut of its first commercially available fault-tolerant quantum computers featuring 256 physical qubits and 10 logical qubits.
Envisioning a future of brain-inspired AI hardware
Artificial Intelligence (AI) hardware is increasingly drawing inspiration from the human brain’s structure and how it functions.
Electronic Specifier to attend embedded world 2024
Electronic Specifier has announced its participation in the upcoming embedded world Exhibition & Conference.
The New Murabba: a visionary 15-minute city
The New Murabba project, a purpose-built a 15-minute city, is an ambitious urban development initiative in the northern part of Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
AI helping to create new rugged microstructures
Researchers at MIT CSAIL have developed an innovative AI system which utilises simulations alongside testing to forge new microstructures.