From Bosch Sensortec, this powerful IMU is ideally suited for demanding virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) applications, as well as others, such as navigation, body/human motion tracking and high-end gaming.
Centrica Hive Limited is today (13th March 2018) launching the Hive Hub 360, a smart home hub that uses AI technology to detect and react to important sounds around the home. Such human-like hearing means the Hive Hub 360 can react independently – before notifying you via the Hive smartphone app.
STMicroelectronics have introduced the world’s first multi-frequency sat-nav receiver chipset, suitable for safety-critical automotive applications and high accuracy positioning at the decimetre and centimetre-level.
u-blox, a global leader in wireless and positioning technologies, have announced that Japan-based Aerosense Inc. has commercialised its AEROBO Marker solution for drone surveying using the u-blox NEO-M8T timing module.
From EchoXMOS this development kit presents the first linear mic array solution qualified by Amazon for far-field performance that supports stereo acoustic echo (not Echo!) cancellation.
Yamaha Corporation announce that their AI technology has enabled world-renowned dancer Kaiji Moriyama to control a piano by his movements.
This inverted metallurgical microscope features MIX observation for clear imaging of structures and surface features, an LED source for true-to-life images, and coded hardware enabling faster inspections and improved productivity.
Engineers have created a biodegradable pressure sensor that could help doctors monitor chronic lung disease, swelling of the brain, and other medical conditions before dissolving harmlessly in a patient's body.
With the 3D image sensor chip from Infineon Technologies AG, the facial recognition feature becomes a smarter, faster and more reliable means of unlocking your phone.