Are TEDS-enabled sensors worth investing in?
The biggest challenge for data acquisition using sensors is understanding what you are measuring and getting the right sensor for the job.
Optimising pressure sensors for HVAC systems
Building operations account for 30% of global final energy consumption, with almost half of this energy demand used for space and water heating according to statistics from the International Energy Agency.
RFID Tag with Nano Copper Antenna on Paper
Goal: design and print a high-performance ultra-high frequency (UHF) RFID tag using precision dispensing of nano copper ink on a paper substrate.
Roadmap to sustainable printed electronics
A growing desire for continuous data collection, real-time information, and connectivity has resulted in increased demand for electronic functionalities that are fully integrated in everyday objects.
100 years of tackling military communication
Before the First World War, military forces attached radio antennas to kites to send them to the heights needed to get a signal and successfully transmit messages.
EU battery legislation does not go far enough for automotive
The EU Parliament’s first ever Directive focused on electric vehicle (EV) batteries misses a major opportunity to extract the maximum environmental benefit of end-of-life units.
Unmasking AI: how artificial intelligence could be used for - and against - fraud
Advancements powered by AI are coming thick and fast. Not only are tangible results being unveiled regularly, but artificial intelligence has gone mainstream, frequently dominating the news cycle and being utilised by more and more people in everyday life.
Taking a systems approach to solve electrification challenges
Industrial organisations can push decarbonisation forward by shifting process heater systems from fossil fuel-burning to electric.
The future of mobility
The way we move around has changed in the last decade, in both urban and rural environments. We are also beginning to change our attitudes towards vehicle ownership.
Keeping telecoms online
Few sectors are more important than telecommunications. Responsible for keeping us connected with people, businesses, and public services, keeping telecom services online is essential.