electronica 2010 will showcase a world first in medical electronics: a prosthetic leg that moves in response to the wearer's thoughts.
Automotive electro-mobility, one of the hottest automotive topics today, will be a central focus of the upcoming electronica show, which will take place from November 9 to 12, 2010 in Munich, Germany.
The initial program has been announced for the 2010 edition of Darnell’s Power Forum (DPF ’10). DPF ’10 will be held September 13-15 in Chicago.
It’s almost time for the 24th biennial electronica international trade fair, the world’s leading trade fair for components, systems, applications, and services in the electronics industry.
A Call for Papers has been issued for the first annual Smart Grid Electronics Forum (SGEF ’10) which will be jointly hosted by Darnell Group and Hearst Electronics Group, October 18-20 in San Jose, California. Control, Communications and Security will be three of the major themes of SGEF ’10.
Energy efficiency and environmental compatibility are two of the most important challenges facing the automobile industry. Automobile electronics can provide numerous solutions for future automobiles and is also therefore one of the fastest growing markets in the automotive sector.
Energy efficiency, environmental compatibility, cost reduction and flexibility are just some of the challenges facing the electronics industry today. At electronica 2010, the global electronics industry will demonstrate how it will rise to these challenges in the following months and years.
Sean Fenske, Editor-in-Chief of Medical Design Technology, gives brief highlights of several innovative technologies seen at the MD&M East 2010 show in NYC.
At ESC Chicago, co-located with Sensors Expo, Tyler Smitch of Microchip Technology demonstrates the Google Power Meter Reference Design featuring the company's WiFi embedded module, the MCP3909 metrology chip and a PIC24 microcontroller.
At ESC Chicago, co-located with Sensors Expo, Jim Ziemer of Microchip Technology Inc talks about the company's dsPIC motor control solutions.
Chris Delvizis of National Demonstrates the company's USBTC01 Instant DAQ technology.
Joel Young, CTO of Digi International demonstrates tank monitoring using the company's iDigi Cloud along with Google Apps.
Marc Dubreuil, Director of Business Development at Farm Design, talks about the collaboration and techniques used by Farm in the design of a MAKO surgical robot device.
A video report from Digi-Key's symposium on lighting, held at the PURE nightclub in Las Vegas, NV.
The 2010 Sensors Expo & Conference was held June 7-9 in Rosemont, IL. Rain put a damper on things outside the Donald Stevens Convention Center on Tuesday. But inside, the sun, wind, and all manner of alternative energy sources were on the minds of attendees as products based on energy harvesting continued to play a prominent role at the show.
Perpetuum's free-standing vibration energy harvester converts unused mechanical vibration into useable electrical energy to power wireless sensor systems.
At the Sensors Expo, I punched a dummy in the face - literally. A dummy with an accelerometer and wireless network attached to his head, that measured the angular velocity and impact of my punch...
STMicroelectronics announced a miniature, digital temperature sensor targeting portable devices. The STTS751 is mounted on the circuit board to feedback accurate temperature data allowing the system to
Micronas has introduced its Hall-effect transducer CUR 3105 for applications such as battery monitoring e.g. in hybrid/electrical cars, DC-DC converters, start-stop-systems or metering systems. In combination with a flux concentrator, the CUR 3105 is able to
HBM’s data recorder GEN2i is targeted for the sectors of maintenance, service and commissioning. The instrument is equipped with four, eight or sixteen input channels and therefore offers flexibility, even for demanding measurement tasks. The palette of input amplifiers ranges from
National Instruments today announced the company’s first data acquisition (DAQ) modules with integrated signal conditioning for scalable, high-performance measurements on PXI Express.
The EH-Link hybrid energy harvesting wireless sensor node from MicroStrain collects energy from multiple sources including strain, vibration, thermal gradients, ambient light,and thermal and electromagnetic fields.
The high-precision, low-drift ADT7420 and ADT7320 digital temperature sensors achieve ±0.25ºC accuracy over a –20ºC to +105ºC temperature range and ±0.5ºC accuracy over the –40°C to +125°C temperature range.
Digi International introduced a new line of XBee and XBee-PRO ZB embedded ZigBee modules based on the Ember EM357 System on Chip.