Additive manufacturing and 3D printing safety
As additive manufacturing (AM) and 3D printing technologies continue their rapid penetration across multiple industry sectors, businesses and organisations are being urged to improve their knowledge about the potential health and safety risks posed by the processes, and what can be done to mitigate these.
Antimicrobial tech: stopping invisible enemies through protected surfaces
Microorganisms are everywhere. Invisible to the naked eye, they live on our skin, in our gut, and are abundant in the environment around us. While the majority of microorganisms are benign, there are those that humans want to combat - for example, those with the potential to cause life-threatening diseases.
Live webinars with iC-Haus encoder IC experts
iC-Haus has announced that it is launching a new webinar series on optical and magnetic encoders in the middle of March 2021. Our experts will present the latest application-oriented encoder IC technologies and demonstrate them live. The webinars are offered in English and are aimed at people who are interested in innovative position sensor technology and encoder ICs, and who would like to learn how to use iC-Haus encoder chips in their own solut...
Demystifying and solving your functional safety challenges
Functional Safety. Two words that instil fear in a design engineer. It generally means interpreting complex standards, confusing terminology and seemingly endless calculations to develop a product robust enough to be presented to, and approved by, a certification body such as TÜV or Exida.
The road to zero emission commercial vehicles
Whilst electrification of the passenger car market attracts many of the headlines, commercial vehicle markets, spanning delivery vans, medium-duty trucks, heavy-duty trucks, and buses are also evolving at pace.
Solar vehicles arrive big time
Solar vehicles and boats are now mainstream, some never plugging in. The technology of the most advanced ones is being licensed to others, a robot shuttle being next up.
Innovative materials for printed/flexible electronics
Printed and flexible electronics spans a vast array of applications, ranging from OLED displays to electronic skin patches. This breadth creates a substantial market for sophisticated materials, such as organic semiconductors, stretchable conductive inks, and innovative component attachment materials.
What you need to know about emerging IoT security regulations
This month, Sectigo executives will present the trends driving the IoT cyber security Improvement Act of 2020 and other recent and emerging IoT cyber security legislations and industry standards.
More cells, less pack: materials for EV batteries
The Electric Vehicle (EV) market is evolving, not just in size but also in technology. Each year we see an increase in the energy density of EV batteries. This advancement comes from two avenues, improvements to cell energy density through advancements like the cathode chemistry, but also from pack-level weight reduction.
On the wave of an eHealth revolution
Health systems have responded to the COVID-19 pandemic by rapidly redesigning patient pathways and flow in primary and secondary care which has opened up a window of opportunity for digital solutions.