Podcast: Episode #16 - COVID fast-forwards electronic designs
Now is a great time to be an electronics design engineer – they have a key part to play in controlling the virus. COVID-19 has been a global and national tragedy – but it has also pressed the fast forward button to the future and accelerated many technologies and concepts by as much as ten years.
Podcast: Episode #15 - What to expect from virtual electronica 2020
Under normal circumstances everyone in the industry should be in the process of clearing their diary and packing the lederhosen as the great and the good of the electronics world descend on Munich for the biennial electronica exhibition.
Podcast: Episode #14 - AI Ethics initiative
NXP Semiconductors has publicly launched its AI Ethics initiative, underscoring the company’s commitment to the ethical development of AI components and systems where people work and live, known as the ‘edge’ of computer networks. With secure, power efficient edge computing and AI, everyday devices not only sense their environments, but also interpret, analyse, and act in real-time on the data collected.
Podcast: Episode #13 - Improving recycling across the board
In this episode of the Electronic Specifier Insights podcast we will be talking to Jack Herring, Founder of Jiva Materials, a sustainability startup company that has developed the world's first fully recyclable printed circuit board (PCB).
Podcast: Episode #12 - Graphene Hall Effect sensors ready for high-radiation applications
Paragraf, has demonstrated the ability of its graphene Hall Effect sensors to withstand high levels of radiation. The discovery, based on testing from the National Physical Laboratory (NPL), proves that ‘unpackaged’ Hall Effect sensors can be used in high-radiation environments such as space. The project was funded by Innovate UK, the UK’s innovation agency. Electronic Specifier talks to Co-founder Ivor Guiney.
Podcast: Episode #11 - Shaping the future of industrial designs with GaN technology
Hello and welcome to this latest instalment of the Electronic Specifier Insights podcast. Power management is integral to business strategy at Texas Instruments (TI), and as such the company is pushing significant investment towards gallium nitride technology, commonly known as GaN. This technology has huge potential to make a difference to how industrial and other applications are going to function in the future.
Podcast: Episode #10 - The conflict minerals in your phone
Did you know that the minerals in your mobile phone and laptop may have direct links to child slavery in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)?
Podcast: Episode #9 – The future of automotive
There are few industrial markets undergoing a more rapid change and experiencing the impact of technological innovation, than the automotive sector. Whether it be ADAS, electric vehicles, V2V and V2X, power train, or battery management, applications for electronics technology within the humble car know no bounds.
Podcast: Episode #8 – Six tips with cyber security veteran
Since the start of the pandemic there has been a surge in the level of remote and home working in companies around the globe. Executives have transitioned their staff to work remotely for an indefinite period of time, with big brand names like Google, Facebook and Microsoft expecting a large percentage of staff to remain remote until 2021. However, this brings with it it’s own cyber security challenges. In this podcast we speak to Chris Car...
Safety First podcast gives insights on cyber security
No doubt, during the corona crisis cyber attacks are on the rise. So, what should we all be prepared for? Together with Sam Curry, Chief Security Officer of Cybereason, we take a deep look into cyber security for 2020 and beyond