Sky and Space Global have completed the Critical Design Review of the Pearls satellite, which now allows the company to immediately proceed with assembly and integration of the nano-satellite network.
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.
U-blox have announced the NINA-W15 multi-radio and gateway module series, which can simultaneously support both Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n connections and dual-mode Bluetooth connectivity.
CML Microcircuits' CMX655D voice codec marks the next generation in voice codecs: aimed at existing telephony and emerging smart speech applications, the codec brings greater data integration at ultra-low power, enabling advanced features in many applications.
Wind River have collaborated with TTTech, and announced that it has provided its VxWorks real-time operating system to power the latest versions of MotionWise: TTTech Auto’s safety-software platform for autonomous driving applications.
Introducing the first ever DC electric vehicle charger for the home, which utilises speech recognition to help manage its energy-efficient EV charging – which even factors in other power appliances around the home.
Lighting control pioneer Lutron Electronics have launched its Vive wireless lighting control system, which makes it easier than ever to bring energy-savings and comfort into new and existing commercial buildings.
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.
Anritsu have announced that Samsung’s System LSI Business has completed 5G NR full-stack Interoperability Development Testing – through both the latter’s Exynos Modem 5100, and the former’s Radio Communication Test Station.