In today's podcast we talk to Cees Links, the Founder and CEO of GreenPeak, a fabless semiconductor company with a strong focus on wireless for sense and control networks in combination with battery-less technology.
Here is a demo on several interesting and innovative electronic embedded systems from Schmid Engineering using LABView at this year's NIWeek.
In today's podcast we talk to Alex Zilberman, Market Development Manager of Intel on their efforts in the area of medical electronics.
In today's podcast we talk to Mark Cejer of Keithley about high-power semiconductor testing, with an emphasis on solid state lighting.
Ian Alexander of National Instruments uses a musical keyboard driven by a Tesla Coil to demonstrate the EMI resistance of the PXIe 4844 Optical Sensor Interrogator for Fiber Bragg Gratings. The device enables delicate sensor readings in environments that would fry regular electronic sensors.
Windlift is a company with a novel power-generation system using a deployable release-and-recover kite to harvest wind energy in places where traditional power technologies are not available.
Last week, Nippon Pulse America announced a 4 mm linear shaft motor suitable for piezo type applications. Here is a video of the device operating under water.
In today's podcast we talk to Nelson Quintana of Renesas about their new RL78 microcontrollers.
In this video Systems Engineer, Eduardo Montanez, explains how he and his team created and designed The Tower System, a modular development platform which helps embedded developers bring their products to market faster.
Matt Urich and Darren Lazar of Wineman Technology demonstrate an NI LABView-enabled intelligent dynamometer system testing a 6-speed motocycle transmission.
In this video, shot at NI Week, Ian Wong demonstrates a wireless data transmisison system developed and controlled by LABView.
This is how to make 3D glasses out of some older glasses and some markers.
Energy Microsystems shows how to scale low power applications without having to re-design your layout when using 32-bit Cortex-M3 EFM32 microcontrollers.
Mind-machine interface could lead to new life-changing technologies for millions of people. "Brain cap" technology allows users to turn their thoughts into motion. Source: Univ. of Maryland read more: http://www.laboratoryequipment.com/news-Headgear-Turns-Thought-into-Motion-072811.aspx
In today's podcast we talk to Arlon Martin, VP of Marketing, Government Contracts & Industry Relations at Kotura, specialists in silicon photonics.