3D printing reinforced structures using mushrooms
At the Institute of Architecture and Media at Graz University of Technology, the Shape Lab research group developed a new material named MyCera composed of clay, wood sawdust, and mycelium (vegetative part of fungi).
Behind the product: EVBox Liviqo
In March 2023, EVBox announced its latest AC charging station for commercial customers: EVBox Liviqo.
In2tec debut insight video for the electronics industry
A UK sustainable electronics pioneer has unveiled a new video to show how together we can combat the environmental insufficiencies that plague the electronics industry.
Mick Elliott receives inaugural Roy Atterbury Award
Adam Fletcher 3rd Chairman of ECSN afdec presents inaugural Roy Atterbury Award for Outstanding Achievement to Mick Elliott, Editor.
WIN SOURCE at PCIM
At PCIM 2023, Freda King, Service Manager at WIN SOURCE, talks to Electronic Specifier’s Contributing Editor, Caroline Hayes, about Win Source’s broad product portfolio, it’s commitment to sustainable development, and the advantages of being an international supplier to the electronics industry.
All you need to know about USB connectors and standards
USB has become the dominant signal transfer technology in use around the world today with the applications for USB only continuing to grow.
DIP switches 101
DIP switches have been around for several decades as electromechanical devices that allow users to make manual changes to an electronic circuit.
The basics of ultrasonic sensors
Ultrasonic sensors have been around for many years and are commonly utilised for liquid level sensing or general object detection.
Texas Instruments at embedded world 2023
At embedded world 2023, Artem Aginskiy, General Manager at Texas instruments talks to Electronic Specifier's Editor, Mick Elliott, about the introduction of Texas Instruments new family of vision processors.
Pico Technology at embedded world 2023
At embedded world 2023, James Mackey, Technical Content Creator at Pico Technology talks to Electronic Specifier's Editor, Mick Elliott, about Pico's new software in oscilloscopes.