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.
CUI Inc has developed a unique and versatile modular rotary encoder. The AMT utilizes CUI's proprietary capacitive technology.
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.
Bob Ward talks about developing an affinity therapy device that has applications with infectious and inflammatory diseases.
Perpetuum's free-standing vibration energy harvester converts unused mechanical vibration into useable electrical energy to power wireless sensor systems.
Jamie Pederson demonstrates the use of the 11 pin SIP LED driver module from ROHM semiconductor.
LuminAR reinvents the traditional incandescent bulb and desk lamp, evolving them into a new category of robotic, digital information devices.
CUI’s latest release includes 18 W and 40 W desktop adapters. Both meet Level V efficiency standards and exceed the current US EISA 2007 efficiency regulations.
At Sensors Expo 2010, Les Taylor of Texas Instruments demonstrates smart metering using TI's CC430 microcontroller.
Web - http://www.scosche.com -- Twitter -- http://www.twitter.com/scoscheinc -- Facebook -- http://bit.ly/bIDqYd -- Doug Broadhurst and Ted Lopez demonstrate the new dash kit for iPad from Scosche in a Subaru STi.