What business or developmental opportunities do you see in your space for the smart grid?
What types of improvements need to be made in network technology/architecture that can provide improved performance and capabilities in military applications?
How can the U.S. military more fully incorporate green technologies and how will they improve operating efficiency?
How are trends in wireless electronics effecting test and measurement?
What is the biggest obstacle, morally or logistically, to implementing the smart grid?
What is the next big advancement in unmanned weapons systems?
Will this be the year of solid state lighting?
What consumer technology will make the biggest splash in the new year?
With the holidays approaching, what product or technology is on your wish list?
Tim Dry from Renesas responds to the November 15 "Brainstorm" question, What is your opinion on the smart grid? Do you support or oppose its deployment?
What is your opinion on the smart grid? Do you support or oppose its deployment?
What factors do you consider critical when working with your customers and their utility partners to deliver reliable utility communication services?
How will advances in touchscreen technology impact the medical device market?
How do you feel about the current state of digital power?
What market segment would most benefit from a switch to alternative energy?
Will unmanned drones ever replace manned fighter jets?
It’s really not a question of whether or not the tablet computer will displace netbooks and laptops. What it comes down to is what functions the tablet computer will take over and what functions netbooks/laptops will retain.
What will be the next big advance in touchscreen technology?
Will tablet computers displace the netbook/laptop? Why or why not?
What future technologies will reduce healthcare costs?
Is breadboarding dead?
How can we make solar panels more efficient?
What is the next breakthrough in battery technology?
This year’s CES brought forth a number of new and exciting products and technologies for the consumer. As with each year’s show, there were hits and misses with some products primed to become major retail successes while others may never make it to the store shelves.