In this month's White Board: Electrical engineers design, develop, test, and supervise the manufacturing of electrical equipment, such as electric motors, radar and navigation systems, communications systems, and power generation equipment...
Janine E. Mooney, Editor-in-Chief
9.13.2016
11:03am
The Internet of Things (IoT) is disrupting a wide variety of market sectors and applications, ranging from connected cars and intelligent transportation systems to smart cities. This diversity has spawned a vast ecosystem...
Manfred Kube, Head of M2M Segment Marketing and Director Business Development mHealth, Gemalto
9.13.2016
11:01am
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Industry experts answer the question: With the rise of each new technology, where do you see the engineering profession headed over the next several years?...
9.13.2016
10:58am
This issue's editor's note, by Janine E. Mooney, Editor in Chief. Engineers, by definition, are designers and builders of engines, machines, and structures...
Janine E. Mooney, Editor in Chief
9.13.2016
10:56am
Since February of this year, ECN has been publishing weekly stories from you—our readers—on why you decided to become an engineer. Humorous, poignant, (and sometimes a little of both), the following is a sampling of some of the many stories we received...
9.13.2016
10:46am
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Those of us who are of a certain age will remember the days before 1971 and the introduction of the first microprocessor. Intel’s 4004 and its competitors brought relatively low-cost embedded computing to the masses...
Paul Pickering, Technical Contributor
9.13.2016
10:43am
Formula E, a class of auto racing that uses only electric-powered cars, enables a unique opportunity to further development of automotive technologies...
Paul Webb, Business Development Manager, DEUTSCH Autosport Group, TE Connectivity
9.13.2016
10:40am
A look inside one woman's experiences in the male-dominated engineering profession: how she fared, her career and personal successes, and a look into the future of women in engineering...
Janine E. Mooney, Editor-in-Chief
9.13.2016
10:36am
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The 2016 ECN IMPACT Awards are the culmination of a Product Technology Awards history stretching back 60 years...
9.13.2016
10:32am
The smart home era is well underway, and the next big wave to hit the market is voice automation. The humble beginnings of the Amazon Echo have turned into a revolution, creating a huge disruption in the home speaker market that is...
Dr. Arnon Friedmann, Marketing Director, Catalog Processors, Texas Instruments (TI)
9.2.2016
2:28pm
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This Editor's Note will appear in the July/August Edition of WDD. By now, you’ve probably seen my work floating around on Wireless Design & Development. I joined the team in May 2015 as Associate Editor and immediately dove headfirst into the...
Sarah Goncalves, Managing Editor, WDD
9.2.2016
2:22pm
This article explains how building RF systems for 5G and IoT applications can be performed efficiently using accurate RF system simulation and real off-the-shelf components...
9.2.2016
2:17pm
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Hello, it’s me. Your new Editor in Chief! You may have seen my face before over on WirelessDesignMag.com or in an epic Engineering Update video (ecnmag.com/videos). I come to you with about four years of experience...
Janine E. Mooney, Editor-in-Chief
8.1.2016
11:08am
In this issue's White Board infographic: Automobile manufacturers have already released self-driving features that enable vehicles to partially drive themselves. But that's not all...
Janine E. Mooney, Editor-in-Chief
8.1.2016
11:04am
A panel of industry experts answer this issue's Brainstorm question: With the rise of the connected car, how are engineers addressing consumers' concern for data security?...
Sarah Goncalves, Managing Editor, WDD
8.1.2016
10:59am
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2016 marks twenty years since the introduction of General Motors’ iconic EV1, the first mass-produced purpose-designed electric vehicle (EV) from a major automaker...
Paul Pickering, Technical Contributor
8.1.2016
10:55am
Automakers are working on more efficient hydrogen fuel cells to make cars that produce only water - while the infrastructure struggles to expand beyond California...
Megan Crouse, Real Time Digital Reporter
8.1.2016
10:53am
These days, up to 100 sensors may be used in a single vehicle. And while that may seem like a lot, this trend will continue to grow as automobiles become more and more automated...
Dr. Daniel Lenssen, Product Manager, DELO Industrial Adhesives
8.1.2016
10:40am
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In the not-too-distant future, you'll tell your car to start, when you want it to start, and even the temperature you want it to be inside—simply by speaking instructions from the comfort of your sofa or desk chair...
Todd Nelson, Special Correspondent, Proto Labs
8.1.2016
10:37am
The connected car is a driving force in the ever-expanding Internet of Things (IoT) world. One of the many technologies that is integrated into these smart cars is collision avoidance systems that utilize automotive...
Joe Mallon, Anritsu Company
6.28.2016
11:14am
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This infographic highlights facts and figures pertaining to the global electric cars market.
6.28.2016
11:12am
The human thirst for data is real. In order to gather data, sensor networks are deployed to record events in a variety of fields.
6.28.2016
11:07am
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In today’s fast growing drone market segment, sensor technologies are often the unheralded secret sauce inside. In this article, we discuss the current state of drones and the sensor technology...
Chris Winkler, Senior Product Manager Emerging Markets, MEMSIC
6.28.2016
10:44am
Which electric car is right for you? If you look at the automotive market today in search of an electric vehicle (EV), you might be overwhelmed by the different options and price ranges...
Megan Crouse, Real Time Digital Reporter
6.27.2016
12:24pm
Increasing demands from utility companies on the energy industry have once again placed distributed energy resources, including renewable energy, in the spotlight as a significant regulatory issue.
Howard Liu, Engineering Team Lead, Intertek
6.5.2016
10:03am
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They say all good things must come to an end, but I’m sad to say this will be my last day at ECN. 
Kasey Panetta, News Director
6.3.2016
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5.6.2016
3:19pm
How does your house stack up against your neighbor's? Smart technology gives new meaning to "keeping up with the Joneses"
5.6.2016
3:07pm
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Despite what feels like a rapid evolution in the past decade, the Smart Home is still very much an idea—a romantic notion of a future in which our household technology knows what we want before we want it.
5.6.2016
3:03pm
As offshore petroleum exploration and production necessitates new ways to enhance operating efficiencies and improve recovery of petroleum reservoirs, fiber optics is being given a closer look.
5.6.2016
2:57pm
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As the self-driving car matures, safety will take center stage. Consumers will choose models that achieve high safety...
5.6.2016
2:56pm
Spring has officially sprung here at ECN. The flowers are blooming, the editors are chirping, and the government-required solar panels are collecting the sunshine from every rooftop in San Francisco, CA.  
5.6.2016
2:29pm
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4.14.2016
12:33pm
In the world of High Performance Computing (HPC) supercomputers represent the peak of capability, with performance measured...
4.14.2016
12:31pm
With the advent of secure, reliable, low-power wireless communications and advances in sensor technology...
4.14.2016
12:28pm
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Data, and lots of it, drives today’s information-packed business climate. Effectively gathering and analyzing process and production data provides an ideal means to generate new revenue, improve
4.14.2016
11:28am
While consumer drones are often the vilified as a dangerous—or at best annoying—technology slowly easing us into a world where constant surveillance is the norm, that’s not always the case. Yes, some drones are being used for nefarious purposes and some...
4.14.2016
11:23am
In our ever-connected world with the Internet of Things (IoT), reliable electrical power keeps our world communicating, electronics working, and critical industrial systems operating 24/7. This necessary level of power protection is assured with...
4.14.2016
11:12am
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Exactly how connected are you in the year 2016?
3.14.2016
2:07pm
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