Actionable Ways for Electrical Engineers to Make a Global Impact on Climate Change
Alongside policymakers, regulators, and environmentally-conscious companies, EEs (electrical engineers) have a key role to play in tackling climate change worldwide. Indeed, EEs continue to bring about the change in actionable ways to improve the global state of carbon emissions.
Environmental Sensors and Monitoring Systems May Replace Standalone and Integrated Sensors
Environmental sensors and monitoring systems are undoubtedly going to become more prevalent in the future as global power consumption grows—and great efforts are made to reach and maintain optimal levels of efficiency.
The UK Visa System: Why is the UK Turning Away the Engineering Talent That it Needs?
It is no secret that the UK's visa system and all its red tape makes it difficult to address its own engineering skills shortage. With thousands of STEM professionals refused entry last year, why is this happening and what can be done to address it?
Blockchain Developments and How They Relate to the Engineering Industry
While blockchain is often treated as synonymous with cryptocurrency (especially bitcoin), this is in fact just a fraction of the system’s applications: the secure, flexible nature of the technology grants many other uses to the engineering industry.
Electronics Hardware Prototyping Basics: Building and Testing Prototypes
Early efforts at launching new electronic hardware products were long and complicated. However, with recent advances in microcontrollers and manufacturing techniques, such as 3D printing and injection moulding, engineers and designers can now take products to market faster than ever.
University Carlos III de Madrid to Implement 5G Technology in Four Different Test Working Environments in Europe
Coordinated by the University Carlos III de Madrid, 5Growth will implant 5G technology across four European working environments with a view of validating the functioning of new telecommunication networks.