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Reducing complexity for customised LED solutions

LED technology is used as light source in many different applications, all of which have their own requirements. Not all of them target traditional uses of light. As LEDs are incorporated in emerging technologies such as those in medical devices, sensors, machine vision, 3D printing, UV curing and other specialty …

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A shift in power: How high output batteries are changing the power device manufacturing landscape

John Johnston, NPI director, Chemigraphic Power management devices are now being used in unexpected places thanks to emerging sectors such as Electric Vehicles (EVs), creating new challenges and opportunities for the supply chain. In the past, the power supply market was dominated by wire-powered equipment which would take power from …

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Heightening the security of IoT networks

  The Internet of Things (IoT) will see connectivity applied on a far bigger scale than anything we have seen before. With the prospect of tens of billions of connected nodes being deployed to serve a vast and increasingly diverse variety of critical functions, one of the biggest challenges that …

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PCTEST partners with Anritsu for conducting SAR testing of 5G NR devices

Anritsu Company and PCTEST Engineering Laboratory, Inc. announce that PCTEST will conduct SAR (Specific Absorption Rate) testing of 5G devices using Anritsu’s Communication Test System MT8000A. The MT8000A will be used in PCTEST’s Columbia, MD, and San Jose, CA laboratories to emulate a 5G New Radio (NR) radio access network, providing …

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New requirements and challenges for IDS/IPS – by Adlink Technology, Mannheim

Network security challenges have become increasingly serious as we evolve from the Internet era to the IoT era. Not only has the number of organised, premeditated attacks across all networks increased, but the form of cyber attacks has become more and more complex and advanced. In this new age of …

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Future Electronics releases rapid development platform for thermal imaging and IR sensing

Future Electronics, a global leading distributor of electronic components, has introduced an Arduino-compatible development board which implements contactless temperature measurement and far-field thermal imaging at a resolution of 32×24 pixels. The board may be used as a platform for the rapid development of various new smart system and IoT applications. …

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“Safe for the Future” with high-calibre speakers

Following the major success of the event in the last three years, the panel discussion on 27 February, the second day of the embedded world Exhibition & Conference 2019, will enter its fourth round. Under the theme “Safe for the Future”, Exhibition Centre Nuremberg will once cover all aspects of …

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TE Connectivity to showcase high-speed Innovations at DesignCon 2019

TE Connectivity (TE), a world leader in connectivity and sensors, will showcase a broad range of industry-leading high-speed data communications connectivity solutions in booth 817 at the DesignCon 2019 expo Jan. 30-31 in Santa Clara, California. TE offers a full spectrum of powerful, ultra-compact solutions for optimising the latest data …

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Plessey demonstrates world’s first AR/VR glasses powered by microLEDs at CES

Plessey has announced that visitors to the Plessey booth at CES 2019 will be the first to wear AR and VR glasses powered by microLEDs. The next generation of Vuzix smart glasses will be demonstrated using technology that ditches OLEDs in favour of microLED displays. Vuzix is the first company …

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Mouser Electronics’ new All Things IoT e-book explores opportunities and obstacles of Industrial IoT

Mouser Electronics Inc. has released a new e-book centered on industrial automation as part of All Things IoT, the latest series in Mouser’s award-winning Empowering Innovation Together programme. In the second e-book in the series, Mouser experts examine the technologies, possibilities and challenges related to the Industrial Internet of Things …

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