LOPEC 2019 takes place in Munich next March, with the conference running from March 19 to 21, and the exhibition from March 20 to 21. The conference programme will focus on technology & business aspects of the printed electronics industry.
Micron Technology have introduced their new MT25Q NOR flash enabled with Authenta technology, providing content and command authentication to protect device functionality at the silicon level.
Digi-Key have introduced a new design tool, the DK IoT Studio: an integrated development environment that aims to radically simplify developers and providers' means to create IoT solutions – ultimately going from idea to prototype in minutes without writing code.
congatec announces the conga-SMX8, the company’s first SMARC 2.0 Computer-on-Module based on the 64-bit NXP i.MX8 multi-core ARM processor family.
Specialist distributors JPR Electronics have announced their appointment as UK distributor for DFRobot Education products and accessories for STEM and micro:bit.
Intoware, creators of WorkfloPlus – software that converts paper-based industry processes into digital work instructions – have announced their partnership with Librestream Technologies, behind the industrial enterprise-friendly Remote Expert platform.
At electronica, LOPEC & OE-A present the current state of printed electronics via a series of seminars with international experts at the PCB-Marketplace Forum (Hall A1.263). Key topics include automotive applications & the future of electronics.
TULIPP: Towards Ubiquitous Low-power Image Processing Platforms, an EU initiative on high-efficiency embedded systems for image processing applications, have delivered their first three use cases – medical x-ray imaging, automotive ADAS and UAVs.
A team of European scientists have developed a set of digital, ceramic tiles that can change colour, pattern, and play videos with a connected smartphone or tablet – essentially turning a bedroom wall or ceiling into a giant cinema screen.
Samurai Ears Japan, an audio-visual brand, have announced their audiophile-grade true wireless earphones, STW-D01a – which features the latest Bluetooth Audio SoC, Qualcomm QCC3026, based on an ultra-low-power architecture.
MEN Mikro Elektronik has recently been made part of the German research consortium 'Hardware-based Security Platform for Railway Control and Security Technology' – bringing their expertise to railway control and security technology implementation.
Element14.com, the online community for engineers, has launched a new competition that tasks members with building and blogging a Halloween-themed electronic project – for the chance to win a powerful 3D printer.
Congatec introduce a cost-efficient computer-on-module for the entry-level of high-end embedded computing – whose fast 16 PCIe Gen 3.0 lanes make it ideal for all new AI and machine learning applications, which require multiple GPUs for massive parallel processing.
The SiP technology leaders have announced the most completely integrated 1GHz Arm Cortex-A8 computing platform, the OSD335x C-SiP (complete system-in-package), which integrates the required components for a computing system into a single, Lego-brick-sized IC package.
SLAMcore, a UK company developing spatial AI algorithms for robots and drones, have announced that it has raised $5m in funding – led by global technology investor Amadeus Capital Partners.
Introducing the Bluetooth-approved PowerSpot embedded transmitter: industry’s first device to communicate in the far field to charge multiple consumer gadgets over the air – and all with no charging pads.
Analog Devices announces the Power by Linear™ LTC4291/92 isolated 4-port power source equipment (PSE) controller chipset, the first of its kind to pass a series of IEEE 802.3bt (PoE++) power over Ethernet (PoE) conformance tests administered by Sifos Technologies.
ON Semiconductor have extended its RSL10 family of Bluetooth 5-certified radio SoCs: supporting Bluetooth low energy wireless profiles, RSL10 devices can easily be designed into any connected application, including medical wearables, smart locks and appliances.
EU-funded researchers have released LPGPU2, a tool-suite that enables developers to develop optimised GPU processing – delivering longer battery life in mobile devices, while ensuring high quality and performance.
BrainChip establishes itself as the first company to bring a production spiking neural network architecture – the Akida Neuromorphic System-on-Chip (NSoC) – to market.