Alix Paultre, Editor in Chief of ECN, discusses website editorial policy and invites participation.
I remember going to a demonstration of virtual tagging technology at the Kihara Research Center in Tokyo several years back, and the researchers frankly weren't quite sure what to do with the tech at the time.
Our Editor-in-Chief, Alix Paultre, discusses the new ECN site, along with several of its most noteworthy features.
A primer on Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles, a variation of Advanced Technology Vehicles.
A primer on the Chevy Volt, one of the hottest advanced technology vehicles, and the subject of much controversy.
A group of engineers from National Instruments, called Waterloo Labs, created an iPhone app that can drive a car and give a detailed explanation of how they designed and implemented our control system.
A group of engineers from National Instruments, called Waterloo Labs, created an iPhone app that can drive a car and turned an Oldsmobile Delta 88' into a remote control car in just a few weeks.
This is some cool stuff...very reminiscent of Minority Report.
This is what happens what engineers get bored.
Industrial Automation provides the world's only complete overview of all areas of industrial automation: factory automation, process automation (INTERKAMA+) and industrial building automation.
Japanese fuji TV spot about the world strongest industrial robot from KUKA Robotics.
EPSON Robots manufactures industrial robots and factory automation equipment including the cartesian robot, scara robot, pc based control system and robot machine vision systems.
Life Improving Miniaturized Electronics.
Many people feel that Electronic Medical Records will go a long way towards reducing health care costs, eliminating unnecessary surgeries, and cleaning up the system.