Ziptronix, Inc. and Raytheon Vision Systems have reached a licensing agreement for the use of Ziptronix' patented DBI (Direct Bond Interconnect) 3D integration technology in Raytheon's imaging systems. Specified for use in manufacturing Raytheon's focal plane arrays for air, space and terrestrial applications, the Ziptronix technology provides true 3D integration of multilayer CMOS structures, enabling 100% pixel operability within the focal plane.
EMS provider NBS today announced the appointment of Universal Technology Inc. as sales representatives in New England. UTI will represent NBS across a six state region spanning from Maine to Connecticut. UTI was founded in 1992 and boasts a stellar history including 20 different “Representative of the Year” and numerous Individual Design Win Awards. UTI deploys an extensive outside sales and support network of degreed engineers with design and applications experience working with major OEMs.
Having returned from an extremely busy Productronica exhibition, the team at OK International has many reasons to celebrate. In addition to generating a high volume of visitor traffic on its stand, the production assembly equipment specialist also collected a Global Technology Award in recognition of its innovative MRS-1000 Modular Rework System.
Microscan, a global technology leader for precision data acquisition and control solutions, announces that it has been awarded a Global Technology Award in the category of Test Equipment and Services for its Visionscape Smart Camera during a ceremony that took place on Tuesday, November 10, 2009 at the New Munich Trade Fair Center in Munich, Germany.
KIC announces that two of its products, designed to increase solar cell efficiency through accurate profiling and process optimization, tied for a Global Technology Award. KIC’s e-Clipse solar cell thermocouple (TC) attachment fixture and compact SunKIC profiler tied in the category of Solar Manufacturing Products.
eMOBUS, Inc. a carrier agnostic provider of cellular management services and software, today announced that groSolar, a leading solar energy installer, is the latest mid-market company to go live on with Electronic Mobility Management.
In a key scene in The Empire Strikes Back, Luke Skywalker has his hand chopped off, and before the movie’s over, he has a fresh, robotic one in its place. This is no longer the stuff of fantasy—researchers at Tel Aviv University, in conjunction with a team of EU scientists, have created an artificial hand that can “feel.”
Ironwood Electronics’ LA-BGA-LPDDR-SDRAM-01 Logic Analyzer Adapter allows high-speed operation simultaneously, enabling memory device analysis used in PDAs, Cellphones, Digital cameras and MP3 players using a Logic Analyzer or an oscilloscope System.
Motor designs tend to evolve slowly, and engineers are generally cautious when it comes to changing time-honored approaches. Lately though, there has been a plethora of activity around the use of advanced control techniques for Brushless DC motors (also called synchronous AC motors).
Today's mobile phones boast computing capabilities once found in mainframe computers and workstations. Mobile CPU clocks run hundreds of MHz, and mobile 32 bit processors access gigabytes of memory.
A growing need for sensors within the medical device market has illustrated renewed OEM focus on design efficiencies, patient comfort and enhanced quality of life. The application environment itself is uniquely stringent, with regulatory compliance standards, such as FDA approvals on Class III implantable medical devices...
The DSS-3305, from Beta Transformer Technology, purportedly provides the smallest footprint dual channel transformer on the market, while satisfying the maximum height limit of 0.185” (4.7 mm). It is supposedly the smallest 2 channel transformer solution for VME boards.
The Lizard CPU module, from Dave, is based on the newly announced AM3505 and AM3517 ARM microprocessor from Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI). With compact form factor (70mm x 50mm), the Lizard features the NEON multimedia accelerator
With multiple operating modes, the DNx-AI-255 Synchro/Resolver interface boards (from United Electronic Industries) are compatible with all standard sensor wiring and excitation configurations. The boards are available in two models — one for use with UEI’s PowerDNA Cubes and another for rack-mounting in a PowerDNR RACKtangle or HalfRACK chassis.
Toshiba America Electronic Components, Inc. (TAEC) announced availability of the TMPM370 microcontroller (MCU). This 32-bit MCU is designed for use in high-efficiency AC motor applications such as washing machines, refrigerators and air conditioners. The device combines an 80MHz ARM Cortex-M3 processing core with a