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Among the findings, 91% of those polled say cars purchased in 2030 will be fully electric or hybrid; autonomous driving technology is expected to be used primarily for driver & passenger safety; high-speed WiFi, wireless charging & car-to-car communication top the expected features list; and software-defined vehicles are among the top initiatives for automobile companies.
Online artificial intelligence (AI) event with industry leaders – including Google, Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Intel, Texas Instruments & NXP Semiconductors – to take place on 9th & 10th September.
New antenna technologies that are suitable for the advanced requirements of M2M, IoT & consumer wearable technologies.
In its new 'Prototyping with Purpose' eBook, experts from Mouser & the electronics industry walk through the design process, discussing tools, software methodology, circuit design & the final integration into a solid prototype.
Automotive OEMs & Tier 1 suppliers are facing new challenges as they strive to design and build the next generation of intelligent vehicles. To support the future of connected mobility, they require ultra-reliable, high-speed connectivity solutions, with seamless end-to-end network integration across hardware, software & services.
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.
This piece from Molex reviews PoE technology and standards, outlining how it can power smart lighting and building automation systems – and the benefits these can deliver for building operators and occupants.
In the third race of the 2017–18 FIA Formula E racing season, the Mouser Electronics-sponsored Dragon Racing team heads to Morocco for the Marrakesh E-Prix on 13th January after kicking off the season in a double header last month in Hong Kong.
Sensorcon has introduced a small, powerful climate sensor that provides workers in sensitive or harsh environments a clear understanding of environmental conditions.
A massive and rapidly expanding range of products, from sensors and monitors to wearable and handheld devices, require flexible circuits. The bar is set high for these electronic devices and equipment.
With the rise of in-vehicle infotainment, automotive manufacturers are designing expensive in-car USB chargers. The solution: this plug-in USB charger suits transportation applications and offers in-vehicle charging.
Molex announced the launch of PowerLife standard and custom wireless power coils with NuCurrent technology for plug-free device charging.
Molex developed the capability to print high-performing Silver Flexible Circuits on economical polyester substrates with 0.13mm traces and 0.13mm spacing.
A wide range of medical devices incorporate tubing for the controlled delivery of therapeutic agents.
Identifying possible causes for failure, and the prevention thereof, is critical for systems in aerospace and defence applications, particularly where extreme shock and vibration are prevalent, as well heat, dust, moisture or chemicals.
Molex Incorporated has launched its SMPM RF Blind-Mate Connectors designed for high density computing and telecommunications applications.
This week at ECOC, Molex will participate in the Optical Internetworking Forum Interoperability and showcase 400G data transmission at Cannes.
Molex introduced the EXTreme OrthoPower orthogonal direct-power connector system for routing power to backplane line cards.
The Mini50 connector is the only USCAR-approved interface for unsealed transportation vehicle environments.
Molex introduced Brad Direct-Link unmanaged switches in 5- and 8-port modules, featuring patented Ultra-Lock push-pull technology.