Self-powered electronics: the race is on
This webinar shares some of the research for the new IDTechEx report, 'Energy Harvesting for Electronic Devices 2020-2040'. It comes at just the right time. The world's first self-powered smart watches have just arrived. They are not full-function but we are getting there. That billion a year harvester potential will be followed by similar numbers of Internet of Things nodes. Learn other big prizes making several of the world's largest companies ...
How easy is it to connect devices securely to the IoT?
Providing a Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) is challenging for any design process. With the IoT, additional constraints, like the number of devices to be connected and the computing power required, significantly increase the complexity of this task. Infineon Technologies will review these constraints and show how the OPTIGA Trust X solution can help reduce complexity when adding security to your PKI design.
Modular DC-DC system design done right
This webinar is for engineers who want to discover new techniques using real-world applications to develop system architecture and select power components to fulfill conversion needs.
Electrolube joins cleaning and surface preparation debate
Electrolube will be participating in a digital debate, that was originally scheduled as a live panel discussion during SMTConnect 2020. Due to the event being postponed, the organisers have brought the debates forward in a series of online webinars, covering hot topics for the electronics community.
Li-ion batteries: where is the technology going?
This webinar, presented by IDTechEx Technology Analyst Dr Alex Holland, will provide an introduction to the key technological developments occurring within the Li-ion market, focussing on the anode and cathode.
Here comes zero emission EV charging off-grid
In this webinar, Dr Peter Harrop (Chairman of IDTechEx), explains how battery electric vehicles by land, water and air are a rapidly growing business more than quadrupling its already-large market for their charging stations by 2030.
Thermal management: keeping cool as the electric vehicle market heats up
With the growing market for electric vehicles, greater demand is being put on performance and faster charging. With this comes an increase in the requirement to thermally manage the vehicle effectively. This includes not just performance and longevity requirements, but also safety.
Power components for battery applications
Today, many systems from electric vehicles and home energy storage to communications infrastructure, use batteries to enable portable power or provide a fall back in the event that mains power fails.
Supply chain agility through real-time data
CalcuQuote has engaged with partners to promote the message of digital transformation in quoting, procurement, stock and supply chain agility and management.
Miniaturised gas sensors for environmental monitoring
Poor air quality causes more deaths annually than HIV/AIDS and malaria combined. A lack of low-cost environmental monitoring equipment prevents individuals from taking action to improve air quality.