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Pass Stress and High Temperature Test Requirements For ADAS Development with KEMET T598 Capacitors
Even though tantalum polymer capacitors have a lot of significant features like high volumetric efficiency, low equivalent series resistance, high capacitance, high ripple handling, etc, it has always been a great challenge to pass the Automotive Electronics Council's AEC-Q200 stress test...
How Organic Biodegradable Electronics Help Protect the Environment and Ourselves
Waste, and especially electronics waste, is a major issue that humanity needs to tackle if it’s to keep this planet in a viable condition long-term. Bioengineers have been working increasingly closely with electronics engineers to resolve this issue with multiple breakthroughs in the last 12 months.
How AR and AI Advancements Are Impacting Multiple Industries
AI has also emerged as a key player in the engineering realm. Businesses are increasingly pursuing automation, which is AI’s calling card. Such algorithm-based cognitive tasks can be time-consuming for humans. AI development constitutes an exciting new engineering frontier to explore as technology evolves. Both AR and AI are transforming the global productivity landscape.
Siemens’ PAVE360 Platform for Advanced Testing of Autonomous Vehicles
Siemens' PAVE360 program is designed to speed up the development and evaluation of autonomous vehicles. This new platform allows developers to test autonomous vehicle systems and other electronic components in an entirely virtual environment.
What Sets ABET Accredited Engineering University Programmes Apart?
Is formal accreditation mandatory for engineering programmes? Does it really help students to find work more easily than those that have studied at a non-accredited institution? We analyse the various aspects of ABET accreditation in detail.
Skin-inspired Sensing: Sweden’s Linköping University Associate Professor Discusses Medical & Robotics Applications
Magnus Jonsson, associate professor at Sweden’s Linköping University, has led a research team in the development of a pyroelectricity and thermoelectricity-based sensor, whose pressure and temperature monitoring capabilities are modelled on human skin itself.
What’s the Difference Between Plumbene, Silicene, and Graphene?
Graphene is a two-dimensional lattice of carbon atoms. Silicene, on the other hand, is the thinnest possible 2D form of silicon, and plumbene is a 2D lattice of lead atoms. These two-dimensional materials have researchers scrambling to understand them better, and they have superlative traits that could have drastic implications for the future of physics and engineering.
Which Electrical Engineering Specialisation is Right for You?
There are several engineering fields that university students can choose from, such as computer science, civil, mechanical, electrical, and aeronautics. It’s not surprising that students may find it difficult to select one speciality over another when the time comes.
Enhancing IoT and Wearables with the SensorTile Development Kit
On May 7th, STMicroelectronics—Europe’s largest semiconductor manufacturer—announced its newest contribution to the IoT realm. Dubbed the SensorTile.box, a device that introduces users to wearable sensing and cloud-based data transmission.
British Company Mettis Aerospace Set to Become the World’s First Wi-Fi 6-enabled ‘Smart Factory’
Using Wi-Fi 6, an aerospace plant in the UK is set to become the world's first 'smart factory' when trials begin in Q3/4 2019. Following the deployment of this major technological leap forward in the IoT, the manufacturing industry could benefit heavily.