Biosensing skin, neuromorphic computing and the future of healthcare
Scientists are taking wearable tech and healthcare to a whole new level, by creating a chip that feels just like human skin and draws conclusions just like a human brain. And they are using it to process and analyse health data – in real-time.
Sensing a problem
Industry 4.0 technologies have transformed processes across the manufacturing value chain for the better, but ensuring worker safety in an increasingly more complex environment has taken on a different form, with new considerations.
Design of economical micro-power management for IoT devices is accelerated
Trameto, a manufacturer of power management semiconductors for energy harvesting (EH PMICs), announces a demonstration platform.
The art of 3D perception
We perceive the world in 3D. We interact with 3D objects, and we can differentiate between various 3D shapes and sizes, instinctively understanding and identifying what they are.
Mouser bolsters global sensors offering
Mouser Electronics has announced new global distribution agreements with Amphenol companies Amphenol PCB Piezotronics and The Modal Shop.
Top 5 animal-based tech
Electronic Specifier takes a look at the top 5 tech innovations based on animals.
A history of automotive technology
Modern vehicles feature a plethora of systems and gadgets, with more added each model year, especially systems for driver and passenger safety – which are generally referred to as ADAS. Dan Clement, Senior Principal Solutions Marketing Engineer at onsemi discusses the history of automotive technology and various examples of ADAS breakthroughs.
Portable sensor display for strain bridge sensors
Sensing and measurement specialist, Mantracourt has released the first of its next-gen of products, the PSD-HSBK portable sensor display.
Sensors and instruments: supporting the future of technology
As the era of digitisation progresses, we are seeing the sensors and instruments markets developing through a crucially formative stage, with massive potential for growth across industries such as IT, communication, entertainment, and home appliances. Phil Simmonds, Chief Executive Officer of EC Electronics discusses.
Stena Line vessels provided with multi-band gateways
Semtech Corporation, a global supplier of analogue and mixed-signal semiconductors, and advanced algorithms, announced its collaboration with SkyLab, an independent supplier of wireless sensors, GPS tracking and monitoring systems, and HeNet B.V., developers of the LongAP, to provide a dual-band network using Semtech’s LoRa devices in the the LongAP Pro gateway for Stena Line’s RoRo/Passenger vessel MV Stena Hollandica