Engineers and Medical Researchers Band Together to Design a 3D-Printed Open Source Ventilator
In several nations across the world where COVID-19 is at or is approaching its peak, ventilators are in short supply and demand is growing at a rapid rate. But could a group of Internet denizens supply us with more?
Reducing the Spread of Illness Through AI, Big Data, and Robotics
Coronavirus (COVID-19) is now a global pandemic and has spread worldwide. As China responded to the virus, it leaned heavily on its technology sector, more specifically artificial intelligence (AI), data science, and robotics to fight it.
CTO Chris Rutherglen from Carbonics Inc. Discusses the Use of Carbon Nanotubes in Electronics
Carbon nanomaterials could bring a huge wave of innovation in the development of new generations of electronics. In this exclusive interview, Chris Rutherglen, CTO at Carbonics Inc, shares some of the recent advancements in this exciting field of research with Electronics Point.
A New Li-ion Battery for Electric Vehicles Can Last for a Million Miles
Researchers are constantly working on increasing the power and life cycle of batteries that we use in electric vehicles (EVs) while simultaneously maintaining safety standards. Now, a team from Penn State University are reported to have produced a battery that can last for 1 million miles.
Generative Design: A Breakthrough in 3D Printing?
As 3D printing’s popularity grows, one of the new areas that it has opened up—generative design—has become a hot topic. Are its benefits to product design and engineering as prevalent as we’re told? We define generative design, consider the industrial implications, and ultimately consider this question.
IoT Device Vulnerabilities Are Increasing with No End in Sight
With demand for internet of things technology increasing exponentially, engineers are creating more and more devices on a monthly basis. But, as malware attacks continue to rise, it seems digital security teams can’t keep up with the vulnerabilities.