Pervasive Displays have launched a new high resolution three colour 12-inch electronic paper display (EPD) module, featuring an internal timing controller (iTC), the E2B98FS081.
Physicists have discovered a new way to study the – until-now – elusive space plasma phenomena, such as solar flares, cosmic radiation, and the northern lights, all in a laboratory environment.
Casambi and LensVector have teamed up to give lighting designers unparalleled app-based control of beam shape, through one of the market’s most advanced and widely used wireless lighting control platforms.
This month’s issue contains features on Power technologies and Rail applications, as well as EPDT’s annual PXI for T&M supplement. Our cover story looks at how to use RFID and IoT technology to optimise real time rail maintenance.
HBM, a market leader in the field of test and measurement, is pleased to announce it has relocated to Millbrook Proving Ground, Europe’s leading facility for vehicle testing.
For successful energy transition, technologies must allow the inexpensive temporary storage of electricity from renewable sources. A promising new candidate is aluminium batteries, which are made from cheap and abundant raw materials.
Students from Birmingham City University have visited Birmingham Airport as part of a challenge to showcase the potential uses of magnesium within the travel and aerospace sector.
The Connected Home hub brings together all of Molex’s advanced connectivity technologies available from RS that can help developers and engineers create solutions to realise the connected home.
Offering research into the way human minds organise information, and therefore AI itself, the University-made Bento browser now brings order to complex searches in a way that conventional tabbed browsing cannot.
Real-Time Innovations (RTI), the IIoT connectivity company, have announced that NextDroid has selected RTI Connext DDS as the connectivity framework for its self-driving vehicles.
Keysight Technologies have announced the opening of a new millimetre-wave research lab in collaboration with Queen’s University Belfast.
A new study into wearable devices and drivers’ concentration finds an initial, marginal improvement from mobile texting – but ultimately concludes the former is just as dangerous as the latter.
From outside the body, a remote command could one day send immune cells on a rampage against a malignant tumour – meaning targeted cancer immunotherapy.
Researchers have tested a commercially available exoskeleton, namely a mechanical arm attached to a harness – and found that its practicality is a double-edged sword: one that comes with marked back strain.
Engineers have developed a new HD video streaming method that does not need to be plugged in: their prototype skips the power-hungry parts and has another device, like a smartphone, process the video instead.
ON Semiconductor has introduced the industry’s first 1/1.7-inch 2.1 megapixel complementary metal-oxide semiconductor (CMOS) image sensor, featuring ON Semiconductor’s newly developed 4.2µm back side illuminated (BSI) pixels.
People could soon power items such as their mobile phones or personal health equipment by simply using their daily movements, thanks to a new research tool that could be used by manufacturers.
ON Semiconductor has introduced the first CMOS image sensors to feature its near infrared+ (NIR+) technology, which effectively combines high dynamic range (HDR) with enhanced low light performance – to enable high-end security and surveillance cameras.
Airoha, the IoT solutions subsidiary of leading global technology company MediaTek, has selected Acal BFi, the European leader in advanced technology solutions, as the first regional technical partner to bring its systems-on-chip (SoC) solutions to the IoT sector.
Pervasive Displays (PDi) have announced a TFT active matrix Electronic Paper Display (EPD) module that provides a dynamic, easily-readable display of information down to freezing temperatures of 25° C (-13 °F).