Young design team at NDE create the Nissan Concept 20-23
To celebrate the 20th anniversary of Nissan Design Europe (NDE) being located in London, Makoto Uchida, Nissan’s President and Chief Executive Officer, visited NDE to unveil an all-new sporty urban electric concept car called Nissan Concept 20-23.
Ultra-pliable circuit board technology
Flexible printed circuit boards (FPCs) have found uses in a wide variety of applications, including health/wellness, mobile devices, aerospace, and many more.
The world’s most sophisticated micro-mobility vehicle
Bo announces the move to production and confirms full launch specifications of the Bo M, a new electric vehicle for city riders.
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.
Experimenting with Flyback Transformers Design Challenge launched
element14, an Avnet Community, in collaboration with Bourns, recently launched the ‘Experimenting with Flyback Transformers Design Challenge’.
Solderstar to unveil new soldering technologies at productronica 2023
Solderstar is set to make strides in the industry at productronica 2023 from 14-17 November. Located at Booth A4.246/4, the company will demonstrate its latest technological advancements and provide the first-ever reveal of a new soldering process control technology poised to transform the measurements of advanced soldering applications.
Customer-specific electronics design and manufacturing from a single source
Conta-Clip offers comprehensive services in the design and manufacture of electronics products.
Ultra Librarian to dramatically reduce CAD model build times
Ultra Librarian, one of the world's largest CAD library provider, announces that it has developed a new AI-driven CAD modelling engine to drastically reduce the time it takes to build CAD models.
Intel unveils glass substrates to advance Moore’s Law beyond 2030
Intel has announced one of the industry’s first glass substrates for next-generation advanced packaging, planned for the latter part of this decade.
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.