Power supply technologies are often synergistic, and the success of one can be dependent on the success of another.
What will be the most important driver for the power electronics industry in the next few years: Architectures? Topologies? Materials? Applications? This is a hotly debated question that has no clear answers...
Wind power and photovoltaics get plenty of publicity, but how are the implementations taking place? Darnell’s Power Forum will feature several papers that look at some innovative applications in the alternative energy space.
Darnell’s Power Forum (DPF ’10) has expanded its focus to include the latest developments on GaN power devices, the Smart Grid, Energy Harvesting and Digital Power.
Power electronics technologies are undergoing a more rapid evolution today than at any time in the past 30 years, including new system-on-chip packaging solutions.
Siemens Industry Sector is showcasing the latest energy-efficient technologies for energy management at the SPS/IPC/Drives exhibition in Nuremberg.
Are there still opportunities where digital is not being exploited to its full benefit? Yes, and Darnell’s Power Forum is where these opportunities will be discussed. It’s no longer about what digital can do, but changing application demands.
Like most emerging technologies, energy harvesting is evolving to meet certain needs in specific applications. Even though some of this has already been established, challenges still remain that enterprising companies can take advantage of.
Will enhancement mode GaN transistors (eGaN) replace power MOSFET/IGBTs in power management applications? Alex Lidow, CEO of Efficient Power Conversion, believes it will and will explain why at Darnell’s Power Forum ’10.
Everyone in the power supply community wants to know power implications of the Smart Grid, but not much has been agreed upon. Darnell’s Power Forum ’10 will bring some clarity to this question with a session on “Enabling the Smart Grid”.
The International PV Equipment Association (IPVEA), an independent, non-profit organization of manufacturers and suppliers of photovoltaic (PV) fabrication equipment and related raw materials, announces that it will demonstrate the PV Matrix, an innovative new solar supply chain tool...
Darnell's Power Forum (DPF) is an exciting new event that builds on the success of the Digital Power Forum and the nanoPower Forum.
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.