Waste heat recovery System from Siemens http://www.siemens.com/marine-whrs, installed on the Containership UMM SALAL. With the help of a WHR system electrical energy is generated from a ship's exhaust gases.
Ken Chuang, Marketing Director at Conexant Systems, discusses their new low-power, high-compression video encoder.
Dan Simpkins, CEO of Hillcrest Laboratories, discusses the company's motion technology products including the Scoop Pointer along with several new partnerships.
Sherif Hanna, Product Marketing Director at Atmel, goes over their maXTouch S Series, their capacitive touchscreen controllers introduced at CES 2012.
Jaymin Amin, Program Director at Corning, demos the second iteration of the company's award-winning Gorilla Glass.
Sarah Book, Application Engineer with Murata Electronics North America, demonstrates their capacitive wireless charging technology.
Mike Hopkins, Mobile Marketing Manager with Imagination Technologies, discusses a development board that is capable of demodulating worldwide broadcast standards.
Dan Harmon, the Consumer & Computing Interface Product Marketing Manager with Texas Instruments, discusses their SuperSpeed USB 3.0 portfolio.
Dan Harmon, the Consumer & Computing Interface Product Marketing Manager with Texas Instruments, talks about their sub-LDVS display serializers and deserializers.
In this video Dan Simpkins, CEO of Hillcrest Laboratories, discusses their FSMSI 2 module, a 9-axis sensor that includes a 3-axis gyroscope.
Ivo Stivoric, CTO and VP of New Products with Bodymedia, explains their wearable body monitor product line at the 2012 CES.
Matthias Rose, who heads the marketing communications team of Fraunhofer's Audio & Multimedia division, discusses a new plug-in for digital audio workstation music-editing software.
NXP's proprietary resonator technology for MEMS-based timing devices features higher frequency stability, lower timing jitter and lower temperature drift compared to other CMOS oscillators.
The Siva Cycle Atom is a mountable device that uses manual energy produced through bike pedaling to charge a smartphone. The removable, 1,300 milliamp/hour battery can either be charged separately or connected to your device for a more direct charge. The Siva Cycle Atom functions at a 500milli-amp rate and works through a small gear....