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.
Notre Dame was a Tragic Example of the Importance of Foresight in Electrical Engineering
Last week's tragic fire at Notre Dame was a painful wake-up call. Electrical engineering doesn't just end when a system has been designed for its intended deployment; engineers should look ahead at the issues that may occur in time.
ARM-Based Macs and Marzipan: Future Linchpins of Apple’s Ecosystem
Following the success of the iPhone 4, Apple’s A-series processors have become staples of its hardware lineup. Every year since, these ARM-based chips have made gigantic leaps in terms of processing power and efficiency. Though improvements have diminished with later versions, fundamental changes to the A series’ architecture have brought more considerations to the table.
Boeing 737 MAX: The Electrical Flight System Identified as a Potential Culprit
Within five months of one another, two Boeing 737 MAX jets crashed, none of the passengers survived. Preliminary black box data has identified an electrical flight system as the possible culprit, but what exactly happened?
SpaceX’s Crew Dragon Craft Launches Successfully and Autonomously Docks Itself with the ISS in a World First
How do you achieve the best of both worlds when it comes to engineering training: teaching engineers how to design and manufacture as realistically as possible—without the risk of causing any kind of damages? Many will know the answer already: you train them through VR simulations; but the issue is that traditional VR starts and ends at the audio-visual user experience...