News & Analysis
SAS announces expansion of its Glasgow R&D Centre
SAS has confirmed a further significant expansion of its Research & Development (R&D) Centre based in Argyll Street, Glasgow. Having doubled the size of its Scotland R&D centre since its inception in 2014 to around 100 employees, SAS will now expand it by a further 20% in 2020, investing in a team of highly skilled data scientists to focus on technology development.
Arm ethos U-55 machine learning accelerators
NXP Semiconductors have announced its lead partnership with Arm for Ethos-U55 microNPU (Neural Processing Unit), a machine learning accelerator targeted at resource-constrained industrial and IoT edge devices. As an industry-leading innovator of microcontrollers (MCUs), NXP intends to implement Ethos U-55 in its Cortex-M based microcontrollers, crossover MCUs and real-time sub-systems in applications processors.
Mezzanine card, IP cores bolster Mouser linecard
A global distribution agreement with Zipcores adds a digital signal processing (DSP) mezzanine card and a wide range of IP cores to the Mouser Electronics portfolio.
The future of artificial intelligence at embedded world
This Thursday, 27th February, the Student Day at embedded world took place for the eleventh time in a row. The participants took advantage of the opportunity to learn about innovations in embedded system technologies.
Hypervisor solutions drive car cockpit advancements
Visitors to embedded world 2020 in Nuremberg saw a demonstration of Green Hills Software’s advanced hypervisor solutions on MARELLI’s latest AMOLED display multi-OS cockpit solution.
GaN-on-SiC wafer specialist sees 2019 growth
SweGaN AB, a manufacturer of custom-made GaN-on-SiC epitaxial wafers based on an epitaxial growth technology for RF and power components and devices, has announced strong results for 2019 with 300% year-on-year growth from 2018.
Science and tech cluster driven by intensive industries
While Brexit uncertainty has dented business investment, to which the Research & Development (R&D) sector is particularly sensitive, Property Experts Bidwells’ latest research shows the Cambridge market proved robust throughout 2019, with take-up moving well ahead of the ten year average.
Sustainable solution for long haul commercial vehicles
On 3rd March 2020 at 15:00 GMT, experts from Ricardo will discuss the opportunities and challenges of fuel cell technology for heavy duty commercial vehicles in a free webinar.
Pressure sensors market expected to reach $13,466m
The global pressure sensors market is anticipated to reach around $13,466 million by 2026 according to new research published by Polaris Market Research. In 2017, the automotive segment dominated the global market, in terms of revenue. In 2017, Asia-Pacific accounted for the majority share in the global pressure sensors market.
Travelport achieves Level 4 NDC certification from IATA
Travelport has achieved level 4 NDC certification as an aggregator from IATA. This certification confirms Travelport is able to provide full offer and order management and servicing of an NDC booking, complementing the current capabilities of voiding tickets and cancellations with new capabilities to modify and exchange tickets as well as processing refunds.