If you are planning to attend Europe’s largest electronics exhibition, electronica, 13th to 16th November in Munich, we hope that you will visit our booth, A2.516, to meet with our key people and see the latest new products.
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.
California Institute of Technology scientists have discovered a solution inspired by Einstein's theory of relativity that enables what was once am impossible level of gyroscope miniaturisation.
From 1990 to 2015, the world’s megacities have increased from 10 to 28, as people are attracted to urban centres more and more; however, soaring pedestrian numbers and land prices mean new buildings need to head skywards…
Optimised for use in harsh industrial environments, the 1554 flat lid and 1555 styled lid ranges of ABS and UV stabilised polycarbonate enclosures from Hammond Electronics provide IP66 sealing and good mechanical protection.
METCASE has created a new 19" mini-rack version of its advanced TECHNOMET table-top instrument enclosures. The new TECHNOMET cases are designed for mounting standard 19" subracks, chassis and front panels. Applications will include test and measurement equipment, sound and studio systems and laboratory instruments.
The new INOX-F15C-ULT3 15-inch Panel PC from BVM Limited is housed in a monolithic 304 stainless steel enclosure sealed to IP69K: the most demanding environmental protection specification.
Hammond Electronics, leading manufacturers of small plastic, die-cast and metal enclosures, will showcase its latest products at Stand M16 at the Engineering Design Show, 17th and 18th October. This year’s stand focuses on enclosures – optimised for use in industrial applications.
By stacking and connecting layers of stretchable circuits on top of one another, engineers have developed an approach to build soft, pliable ‘3D stretchable electronics’.