I recently attended the Battery Show in Novi, MI, a three day-long conference and exhibition focused on all things batteries. While some industry...
Spencer Chin, Managing Editor
10.17.2018
11:53am
A few years ago, 100 lumens required a 3 mm x 3 mm LED package. Now, only a 1 mm x 1 mm package is needed. With less material and less...
Debbie Sniderman, CEO, VI Ventures LLC
10.17.2018
11:46am
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Ever since people had to assemble things, developing ways to manage, move and manufacture products has been an ongoing evolutionary...
Alessandro Bosio, Global Segment Manager, Sensata Technologies
10.17.2018
11:44am
The race for the fully autonomous vehicle continues. While there are a few automakers separating themselves from the pack for their unique...
Yakov Shaharabani, CEO, AdaSky
10.17.2018
11:41am
With the rise of high-bandwidth applications such as streaming video and a growing expectation that their devices will work everywhere...
John Hanley, director of Commercial Strategies, CommScope; and David Heitmann, business development manager for Product Marketing, Tessco
10.17.2018
11:30am
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Industry experts answer the question: Inevitably, the 5G network will have some bugs and kinks that need to be worked out when it’s first deployed...
WDD Staff
10.17.2018
11:27am
Protecting 5G networks that will in many cases replace today’s Long-Term Evolution (LTE) technology will take a renewed effort to use cryptography...
Todd Moore, SVP, Encryption Products, Gemalto
10.17.2018
11:24am
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Now that the initial 5G New Radio (NR) standard has been defined, wireless engineers are turning from research to rapid development of products...
Ken Karnofsky, senior strategist for signal processing applications, MathWorks
10.17.2018
11:21am
To enable the large increase in wireless data transfer needed for the new 5G wireless standard, spectrum in the millimeter wave (mmWave) range...
Paul Dixon, staff scientist, Laird Performance Materials Division
10.17.2018
11:17am
The prospect of machines replacing human workers has been of concern for more than two centuries: the Luddites destroyed machinery...
Paul Pickering, technical contributor
10.17.2018
11:15am
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The future of engineering innovation, like invention, is born out of necessity. A primary necessity today is to achieve technology breakthroughs...
Ian Campbell, CEO, OnScale
10.17.2018
11:11am
It was a banner 2017 for the semiconductor industry, growing to a $412 billion global business. However, in today’s disruptive technology landscape...
Jennifer DeLaOsa, Associate Editor
10.17.2018
11:10am
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ECN had the opportunity to speak with Virginia Balcom, executive in residence at Simon Frasier University (SFU) VentureLabs, where we discussed...
Jennifer DeLaOsa, Associate Editor
10.16.2018
4:58pm
Engineers are the creative forces driving new product development in the electronics industry, and their well-being is important to the continued...
Spencer Chin, Managing Editor
10.16.2018
4:51pm
The September/October 2018 issue of Surgical Products.
Daniel Seeger
9.1.2018
12:00pm
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PARAMETRIK takes the reprocessing of scopes out of the hospital's hands.
Daniel Seeger
9.1.2018
11:59am
When addressing HAI risk for the surgical patient, don't forget about PIV.
Pat Parks, MD
9.1.2018
11:58am
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For companies like Materialise, the future of orthopedic surgery will come out of a 3D printer.
Daniel Seeger
9.1.2018
11:57am
Retained surgical bodies are one of the most common — and most dangerous — never events.
Daniel Seeger
9.1.2018
11:56am
It's important to help engage patients as consumers as they move through their healthcare journeys.
Melinda Thiel, Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices Companies
9.1.2018
11:55am
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The company behind the da Vinci is still transforming surgery.
Daniel Seeger
9.1.2018
11:54am
Olympus provides an OR integration system that will streamline the surgical team's work.
Kelly Fitzgerald, Olympus
9.1.2018
11:53am
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Minne Ties is a new technology disrupting jaw fracture management.
Alan W. Johnson, MD
9.1.2018
11:52am
A survey of the best products introduced in recent months.
Daniel Seeger
9.1.2018
11:51am
A new study indicates there will be 7,047 fewer surgeons than the population requires by 2050.
Daniel Seeger
9.1.2018
11:51am
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Featuring products from Healthmark, EDGECO, NuVasive, and 3M.
Daniel Seeger
9.1.2018
11:50am
Featuring products from Midmark and IMP.
Daniel Seeger
9.1.2018
11:49am
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Featuring products from Cerenovus, SurgiMark, and Olympus.
Daniel Seeger
9.1.2018
11:48am
Computers have drastically changed many things, including the world of medicine. One thing they have brought are medical simulation models. Once con­sidered...
8.15.2018
9:57am
Additive manufacturing is making an impact in many industries, and the medical world is no exception, notes Medical Design Technology Managing Editor Spencer...
8.14.2018
5:05pm
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