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...
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.
The Blockchain-based ‘Handshake’ Solution: an Answer to DNS Security Issues
The traditional application of any domain name system may be tried and true, but it’s prone to vulnerabilities and censorship. The new network solution, ‘Handshake’, introduces a decentralised—namely blockchain-based—angle on DNSs that could be the answer.
Meet Power Product Safety Standards with the Bourns SinglFuse Overcurrent Protection Line
In recent months, Bourns has announced significant expansions to their existing SinglFuse SMD fuse product line. Already an industry leader, it seems that Bourns is determined to provide the latest technology in circuit protection devices for a wide range of applications.
Preparing for 1 Trillion IoT Devices: Arm’s Neoverse N1 Platform
The use of datacentre-based data processing has become unsustainable due to the rise in connected and intelligent devices. As a result, Arm have partnered with Docker to introduce their latest CPU cores and overall edge-to-cloud infrastructure platform: Neoverse N1.
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.
The ‘Shaking-like-a-leaf’ Energy Harvesting Device That Could Power Mars Rovers
Demonstrating the influence that the natural world has on engineering developments, the University of Warwick’s recent project—a wind harvesting device that apes the highly-shakeable nature of an aspen leaf—may enhance the ways we power Mars rovers.