• Med-Tech Innovation

    Med-Tech Innovation

    Microsensor player exhibits smart inhaler device at Compamed
    Published. November 14, 2018

    A manufacturer of digital microsensors and systems is exhibiting its device for smart inhalers and a liquid sensor for drug delivery at Compamed....

  • Nanowerk Nanotechnology News

    Nanowerk Nanotechnology News

    Simplifying life for diabetics with a nanotechnology breakthrough
    Published. November 12, 2018

    Scientists have developed a means of printing transistor-based glucose sensors directly onto a catheter attached to a wearable pump. Diabetics can program the pump to deliver insulin and glucagon, the hormones they need to regulate blood sugar....

  • TI E2E Community

    TI E2E Community

    Blog Post: 5 ways TI’s tiny devices deliver huge innovations to engineers
    Published. November 8, 2018

    As electronic circuits have become smaller, their components have gotten smarter, faster and capable of processing more information – often requiring less power than ever before. “Small size” has been a key semiconductor trend for years, and many tiny devices from TI are helping you overcome design challenges in a multitude of applications. Here are five big reasons to go small. 1. Less board space = integrated features Whether it’s in their cars, their home or their hands, consumers are...

  • Seeed Studio

    Seeed Studio

    #newproductsTuesday – All-new Grove Sensor Modules
    Published. October 31, 2018

    Hey Seekers!!! It’s newproductstuesday!!! Today we are going to introduce 5 new Grove modules. They are the Grove – I2C Thermocouple Amplifier (MCP9600), Grove – ......

  • Arduino Blog

    Arduino Blog

    Dragon Ball Z head-mounted Scouter computer replica
    Published. October 26, 2018

    Those familiar with the Dragon Ball Z franchise will recognize the head-mounted Scouter computer often seen adorning character faces. As part of his Goku costume, Marcin Poblocki made an impressive replica, featuring a see-through lens that shows the “strength” of the person he’s looking at, based on a distance measurement taken using a VL53L0X sensor.  […]...

  • Med-Tech Innovation

    Med-Tech Innovation

    How sensing catheters are assisting surgical intervention
    Published. July 11, 2018

    Cikautxo Medical OEM explains why more customers are seeking catheters with sensor technology built-in, and how this has impacted production....

  • Bourns Blog

    Bourns Blog

    Clearing the Murky Waters of Ethernet Protection Standards
    Published. August 7, 2018

    In the connected IoT world we make there will be many Ethernet ports. It is inevitable that these vital network connections will be exposed to external environmental hazards. External sensors, cameras, WiFi hotspots, WiFi repeaters, and microcell backhaul are all examples of devices that may connect to a switch or router, exposing them to harmful […]...

  • The Human OS

    The Human OS

    Stretchy, Solar-Powered Sensor Detects Heartbeats
    Published. October 4, 2018

    Researchers have successfully integrated a solar cell and an ultraflexible biosensor...

  • Automaton


    Sony's Aibo Robot Dog Is Coming to America
    Published. August 23, 2018

    Packed with powerful sensors and AI, the new Aibo is smarter and cuter than ever but comes with a hefty price tag...

  • Institute for Medical Engineering & Science

    Institute for Medical Engineering & Science

    If the Spacesuit Fits
    Published. July 25, 2018

    Movement really moves Richard Fineman, a fourth-year PhD student in the Harvard-MIT Program in Health Sciences and Technology. Using wearable sensors and a range of … The post If the Spacesuit Fits appeared first on Institute for Medical Engineering & Science....

  • Stephane Boucher's DSP Blog

    Stephane Boucher's DSP Blog

    Sensors Expo - Trip Report & My Best Video Yet!
    Published. August 3, 2018

    This was my first time at Sensors Expo and my second time in Silicon Valley and I must say I had a great time.   Before I share with you what I find to be, by far, my best 'highlights' video yet for a conference/trade show, let me try to entertain you with a few anecdotes from this trip.  If you are not interested by my stories or maybe don't have the......

  • Stack Overflow

    Stack Overflow

    Peak detection of a time series
    Published. September 18, 2015

    I’ve been doing embedded work for so long now that it’s rare that I come across a need that I haven’t run into before. Well, it happened the other day, so I thought I’d share it with you. Here’s the situation. I have a transducer whose role is to determine a binary condition (essentially X […]...

  • Electronics Engineering Video Blog

    Electronics Engineering Video Blog

    EEVblog #1079 – Mailbag
    Published. April 29, 2018

    More mailbag! Forum HERE SPOILERS: Brads Projects: Microelectronics Timeline Poster Big Clown IoT kit: USB TouchPad: Fluxgate compass teardown Oregon Scientific temperature sensor teardown CCES-33 Calculator Kit The crustiest multimeter teardown in history Alcatel 565 Mbit/s PDH mux...

  • Engineer Zone

    Engineer Zone

    Soft Errors - Hard Facts
    Published. July 17, 2018

    I am long overdue to include a blog on the functional safety requirements for software and indeed the functional safety requirements for Verilog code however this isn’t that blog. By soft errors I mean bit flips in RAM or FF that are not caused by hard errors and therefore disappear when the power is cycled. Previously soft errors were largely ignored and reliability predictions concentrated on hard errors but when IEC 61508-2:2010 mentioned soft errors they could no longer be ignored. This...

  • Engineer Zone

    Engineer Zone

    The Day I Joined the Space Race
    Published. May 3, 2018

    I’m back again to talk about my hobby of ham radio. Last time I wrote about the experimental antenna I recently built on my property for operating on the low (1.8 – 2.0 MHz) Amateur Radio bands. Today I’m going to go back to my early days in the hobby when I first got to know OSCAR. No, not the Grouch or Felix’s roommate, this was the acronym for the Orbiting Satellite Carrying Amateur Radio.   Hams have always been at the forefront of communication technology, starting...

  • Tech Design Forums Blog

    Tech Design Forums Blog

    Motion harvester wins MEMS design contest
    Published. May 9, 2018

    Energy harvesting, mechanical reprogrammable logic, and genetic algorithms were among the finalists for the MEMS design competition....

  • Mocana IoT Security Blog

    Mocana IoT Security Blog

    Top 5 Reasons You Need to Read the IIC Endpoint Security Best Practices White Paper
    Published. March 12, 2018

    Recently, the Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC) released a white paper entitled, Endpoint Security Best Practices (ESBP). This concise document recommends best practices for endpoint security on industrial control system (ICS) devices such as programmable logic controllers (PLCs), sensors, drives and controllers. Here are the top five reasons you need to read the ESBP....

  • All About Microsoft

    All About Microsoft

    Microsoft stops manufacturing its Kinect sensors
    Published. October 25, 2017

    Seven years after its introduction, the Microsoft Kinect sensor is officially no longer in production....


    Build me a big data analysis room
    Published. September 28, 2016

    This was the request that showed up on our doorstep. A room. Not a system. But a room. Visions of the Star Trek NG bridge came to mind. Then the old SGI power wall … 7 meters wide by 2 meters high, driven by an awesomely powerful Onyx system (now underpowered compared to a good […]...

  • Electrical Engineers  Talk Tech

    Electrical Engineers Talk Tech

    Industrial equipment talking on the IoT? Better get a gateway (device).
    Published. July 15, 2014

    Merely routing data from local sensors onto the Internet is not the point of the IoT. Instead, aggregating that data and rolling it up via local algorithms (remotely loaded) into “actionable intelligence” allows the gateway’s operator to interpret machine or sensor trends and make big picture system-of-system decisions. Continue reading →...

  • Laptops and Desktops Blog

    Laptops and Desktops Blog

    Computex 2014: ARM shifts focus to wearables, Internet of Things
    Published. June 2, 2014

    ARM is known for the Cortex-A processors that power more than 95 percent of the world’s smartphones and tablets. But at this year's Computex the company is focusing on the tiny Cortex-M designs well-suited for sensors and smartwatches....

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