The International CES is the world’s gathering place for all who thrive on the business of consumer technologies. Held in Las Vegas every year, it has served as the proving ground for innovators and breakthrough technologies for more than 40 years—the global stage where next-generation innovations are introduced to the marketplace.
ECN’s November 15 edition deals with Military Electronics. In the Editor’s View, Managing Editor Kasey Panetta introduces the military issue and also announces the new “Everything E” section. The Cover Story focuses on “Test and Measurement for advancing military systems”, and Executive Editor Chris Warner writes a piece on bridge devices translating into longer life for NTDS systems.
The November 2013 issue of ECN deals with Industrial Electronics. The Cover Story focuses on the “battle of endurance” between wireless technology and harsh environments, and Jim McWilliams of Integra Enclosures compares polycarbonate with fiberglass and stainless steel enclosures.
Engineers responsible for mechatronics development have always known that it’s not just PCs that can suffer from malware. A study in 2011 used experiment rather than theory to identify vulnerabilities of in-vehicle automotive systems. Not only was this a strong reminder of the seriousness of the issue...
The October 2013 issue of ECN focuses on Telecom and Data Storage Systems. In the Editor’s View, Executive Editor Chris Warner talks about the DEA’s “cell phone data fix”. The Cover Story, by Managing Editor Kasey Panetta, discusses “Precision Agriculture,” or the practice of using modern technology to grow better crops, and the Design Talk section deals with Test & Measurement.
The September 2013 issue of ECN deals with Medical Electronics. Managing Editor Kasey Panetta focuses on “fighting an invisible enemy” with UV robots in hospitals, and in the Editor’s View, Executive Editor Chris Warner discusses the controversial practice of license plate scanning.
Touchscreens are everywhere! While the means by which they detect a touch has evolved over the years, more recently you might say they have revolved as old technologies are reopened and rechristened anew (I’m looking at you optical touch).
ECN’s August 2013 edition focuses on the Power vertical. The cover story by Managing Editor Kasey Panetta details Solar Impulse’s solar-powered plane and its history making flight. In the Editor’s View, Executive Editor Chris Warner urges his readers to “reclaim your name” from big data brokers.
ECN’s July 2013 edition deals with Networking Systems & Hardware. Executive Editor Chris Warner discusses datacenters and their ability to meet the cloud’s requirements, and Managing Editor Kasey Panetta goes into “self-healing circuits”. Meanwhile, Design Talk deals with cooling and thermal management, and Brainstorm asks about the biggest challenge for contemporary LED technology.
In recent years, unmanned vehicles, be they the Predator Drones that we watch on the evening news letting loose with pinpoint-precision Hellfire Missiles that take out enemy targets from high above the earth, a bomb-detecting/disposal ground vehicle that keeps soldiers and law enforcement people out of harm's way....
The June 2013 issue focuses on packaging and interconnects. In the Editor’s View, Executive Editor Chris Warner ponders whether we should be preemptively regulating drones before they take off, and the Brainstorm asks “What do you expect to become a hot technology in automotive infotainment in the next year”?
The May 15, 2013 issue deals with lighting, optoelectronics, & displays. ECN interviews Joe Fijak of Avnet Embedded in the “State of the display market.” In the Editor’s View, Executive Editor Chris Warner discusses the “digital divide”, and Chris writes about the government’s surveillance techniques, while Technical Editor Jason Lomberg discusses a new sensor development for detecting impacts in football helmets.
The May 2013 issue of ECN focuses on military electronics. In the Editor’s View, Executive Editor Chris Warner discusses the “digital divide”, and Chris also delves into the military’s wireless networks as they relate to custom requirements. The included supplement focuses on smart BOMs, and the Design Talk deals with Test & Measurement.
Bluetooth technology is expanding into new markets, with exploding sales in the Automotive, Consumer Electronics, Health & Wellness, Mobile Telephony, PC & Peripherals, Sports & Fitness, Smart Home markets. Bluetooth is poised to reach 30 billion shipped devices by 2018.
This Summit will provide participants with a snapshot of the evolution, current status, and projected future of R&D and Product Development Metrics as viewed from the top of corporations. During the first two seminars of the Summit, we will teach the Body of Knowledge of R&D and Product Development Metrics — with a focus towards the measures that company Officers and Senior Executives...