Carbon dioxide sensors offers enhanced accuracy
Mouser Electronics is now stocking the Telaire T6793 CO2 high accuracy NDIR carbon dioxide sensors from Amphenol.
Wireless torque sensors ensure airliners’ safety
The aerospace sector is renowned for its safety standards and a whole industry has grown up to provide equipment and services for testing aircraft and their subsystems.
BlackBerry QNX releases compute ready operating system
BlackBerry has announced the early access release of QNX Software Development Platform (SDP) 8.0 to enable automakers and IoT systems developers to deliver more powerful products at lower costs, while maintaining the unparalleled safety, security, and reliability standards that QNX technology has long been known for.
TriLite adds TDK as MEMS partner for the world’s smallest projection display
TriLite welcomes TDK as the newest member of its growing manufacturing partner ecosystem.
Accelerating automotive transformation: the power of semiconductor sensors
Sensing techniques continue to proliferate. Initially meant to optimise the powertrain’s efficiency, growing safety concerns have made some sensors mandatory: ABS, ESC, airbags, for example.
TRUMPF VCSEL enables proximity sensor in iPhone
TRUMPF Photonic Components has been featured as a key supplier by Apple for its work supporting the proximity sensor in iPhone.
Coax connector system Y-CMC for camera applications
Cameras have become indispensable in today's world. Be it in the automotive sector, e.g. as a reversing/rearview mirror camera or as a front camera for traffic sign monitoring and distance control.
STRYDE seismic technology deal for Nigeria
STRYDE, has been awarded a contract worth over $1 million for the supply of 10,000 seismic receiver nodes and its ‘Nimble’ node receiver system in Nigeria.
SigmaSense announces technology licensing and co-development with NXP
SigmaSense has announced a license and co-development with NXP Semiconductors to lead in the transition from traditional touch interfaces to multi-dimensional sensing capable of revolutionising user experiences.
Toshiba announces Thermoflagger detection ICs
Toshiba has launched two over-temperature detection ICs that are the first in its Thermoflagger family.