John from Orion Fans demonstrates their new Spot-Cooler fan, which comes with its own power supply to provide added cooling with flexible deployment.
Jean-Michael of C&K demonstrates their new fast-locking system for satellites, which eliminates the torque issues involved in the mating of connectors.
Microchip Technology introduces Nectar, who is the very first Industrial Design House to join Microchips Global Design Partner Network.
Drive time rant. Dave is sick of getting emails asking if the cheap toy DSO nano and FPGA/PIC/AVR oscilloscope kits are worth buying. Guess his response... answers by telepathy please.
A demonstration of Camero's Xaver 400 through-wall radar.
Dave Jones of the EEVblog destroys some multimeters and shoots some metal with his friend Doug's high energy 4-KV capacitor discharge unit.
Doug Broadhurst and Ted Lopez demonstrate the new iKit from Scosche in a Subaru STi.
An FAE from IAR Systems discusses the capabilities of their latest design, modeling, and code-generation tool at their booth at the 2010 Embedded Systems Conference.
Bob from Winsystems demonstrate's the company's new SUMIT ISM module at their booth at the 2010 Embedded Systems Conference.
Ken from Amulet demonstrates their GUI solution, the GEM Studio, at the 2010 Embedded Systems Conference.
Bruce from Elements CXI explains their new silicon architecture, the Elements Computing Array, at the 2010 Embedded Systems Conference.
Here is a description of a student competition autonomous underwater robot by one of the team at the Kontron Booth at the 2010 Embedded Systems Conference.
Eric from Boston Engineering talks about their fish-like autonomous underwater robot at National Insruments booth at the 2010 Embedded Systems Conference.
Dan from LeCroy demos their new logic analyser at their booth at the 2010 Embedded Systems Conference.
(Part 2 of 2) - The folks at the Embedded Systems Conference sent Todd from anengineeringmind to New York to interview their keynote speaker, Dr. Michio Kaku. He's really cool and they spent nearly two hours talking about all kinds of subjects. The following interview includes his favorite parts.