Lighting control specialists Lutron Electronics have announced the release of RA2 Select, a whole-home lighting and shading control system designed to meet the needs of any residential property.
National Instruments have announced the release of NI Trend Watch 2019 – a report that examines the most crucial engineering trends and challenges of the changing technology landscape, including the IoT, 5G, and autonomous driving for the masses.
This month’s issue contains features on Electromechanical technologies and Medical applications. Our cover story (p6) explores how medtech wearables are transitioning to ‘invisibles’.
Specialist distributors JPR Electronics have announced their appointment as UK distributor for DFRobot Education products and accessories for STEM and micro:bit.
In 2020, NASA will send a new rover to the Red Planet, which will involve a small helicopter taking the first aerial photos of Mars. This piece from Maxon Motor describes the mission and the Switzerland-built DC motors that control the helicopter’s rotors.
Anritsu have announced that they and Bluetest AB are extending their relationship to 5G testing, including the integration of Anritsu’s Radio Communication Test Station MT8000A and Bluetest’s OTA Reverberation Test System RTS65.
The UK Government has committed further investment to the UK’s booming AI sector by announcing an additional £50 million to attract and retain the world’s top talent.
Once it was a technique that helped protect knights in armour from the crashing blows of their rivals; but now, Ford is applying a cutting-edge version of the same technology to help make its cars safer than ever.
Swedish electric car company Uniti has named KW Special Projects as the official engineering partner for its new affordable electric vehicle programme: Uniti One.