This video introduces Malaysian University Robot Competition (MURoC) and showcases Microchip's sponsorship and involvement in this event. There are 45 teams from 20 institutions take part in this challenge to complete against each other to test their ideas and technologies. Participants...
In this episode we talk to Tom Cross, X-Force Researcher at IBM Internet Security Systems, on software, systems, and device security.
In this episode we talk to Kerry Thacher of Librestream about their mobile collaboration technology.
In this episode we talk to Peter Green of International Rectifier about solid-state lighting and the electronics needed to drive them.
Check out this fascinating new technology from Japan that enables one to pick up materials in a solid or gel shape without the material losing its shape.
A new study shows nearly 40% of the U.S. military's supply chain is made up of counterfeit parts.
In this episode, we talk to Jodi Shelton of the Global Semiconductor Alliance on the fabless semiconductor industry and the group's view of where it is and where it is going.
Red Bull Creation is a competition about making things. We challenge Inventors, Makers, and Hackers to push their limits, by creating something new and inspiring, while under pressure.
In this episode, we talk to Harry Ostaffe of Powercast on energy harvesting technology with a focus on RF power capture. The company’s RF energy harvesting technology addresses the efficiency of converting radio waves into DC power over a wide operating range.
In this episode, we talk to David Grey of Vishay Siliconix on power technology at the board level, in particular power MOSFETs and what Vishay is going in that area.
This is a video on some of the latest technology from Anadigics at their booth at the 2011 International Microwave Symposium in Baltimore.
In this episode, we talk to Chief Tyrone "Ty" Morrow of the City of Freeport, Texas on the first stage of the deployment of a WiFi-based municipal surveillance system being installed by ADT with the assistance of Motorola.
Bob Scannell of Analog Devices shows off the ADIS16407 iSensor IMU (inertial measurement unit) which integrates a tri-axis gyroscope, tri-axis accelerometer, tri-axis magnetometer and a pressure sensor into a single package.
At Sensors Expo 2011, Raymond Chow of Seiko Epson Corporation demonstrated the company's low profile S4E5A0A0 inertial measurement unit (IMU), which consumes just 30 mA when operating at 3.3 V.
Keith Ogboenyiya of Texas Instruments recently stopped by the ECN offices to demonstrate the company's new C2000 Concerto dual-core microcontroller (MCU) series.