Intrinsically Safe Systems: What Electrical Engineers Should Know
Electrical engineers who design systems intended for use in hazardous areas must adopt an intrinsically safe approach to minimise the risk of fire hazards. ‘Intrinsically safe’ refers to electrical devices and apparatus whose electrical energy is too low to cause combustion-triggering sparking or heating effects in hazardous environments.
Securing Consumer Privacy While Still Ensuring the Accurate Quality of the Data Collected
Research highlights the importance of preventing data breaches through accidental exposure or employee malpractice and proposes a new method of scrambling survey datasets while keeping the integrity of the data.
The Vital Electronic Components Behind Drone Technology
Chances are high that every person reading this has seen a drone in flight, or even used one before. But what makes these miniature aircraft work? This article will get into details about the most vital components of drones and some current and emerging applications of drones.