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March 4, 2015 | Product

The TQK series right-angle precision gearbox covers a wide area of application where dynamic, high-speed, and top precision actions are required. more>>


March 4, 2015 | Product

The EDM-8000 accurately measures and totalizes water and other low-viscosity, water-based, or compatible liquids. more>>


March 4, 2015 | Product

The LRD6300 capacitive label sensor is reportedly the fastest, most accurate method of clear (or non-clear) label registration detection. more>>


March 4, 2015 | Product

The ICP shock accelerometer family adds the Model 350B01 mechanically-isolated, electrically-filtered near-field or far-field pyroshock sensor that can measure up to 100,000g. more>>


March 4, 2015 | Product

The EU2B family of safety devices includes pushbuttons, pilot lights, selector switches, and ammeters. They comply with ATEX, C-UL, IEC and UL/NEC safety standards. more>>


March 4, 2015 | Product

The LA10-08-000A miniature linear voice coil actuator (VCA) provides the necessary 75-Hz frequency. more>>


March 4, 2015 | News

Mobileye N.V. introduces its 4th generation system-on-chip, the EyeQ4.... more>>


March 4, 2015 | News

MCP47FEBXX Family Provides Low-Power, Single and Dual-Channel DACs; Integrated EEPROM in 8-pin TSSOP Packages more>>


March 4, 2015 | News

Remy International, Inc. now offers a complete line of high-output alternators, ranging from 170 to 430 Amps. more>>


March 4, 2015 | News

Galtronics Corporation Ltd., unveils its latest additions to its award-winning EXTENT antenna line. more>>

February 27, 2015 | Article | By Mike Baker

A pioneering naval weapons alignment system powered by electronic sensor technology heralds a fresh wave of British innovation in military and naval applications. more>>

February 20, 2015 | Article | By Roger H. Grace

Part 12 is the conclusion of the 2013 MEMS Industry Commercialization Report Card that has addressed 14 topics covering the critical success factors for MEMS commercialization. This part addresses the topic of Research and Development (R&D) and provides a summary of research findings and... more>>

February 20, 2015 | Article | By Piet De Moor

The Internet of Things (IoT) is a hot R&D topic and although there are many unique visions of the smart environment of the future, the IoT is not imaginary. more>>

February 13, 2015 | Article | By Edward E. Herceg

A linear position sensing technology, LVIT stands for Linear Variable Inductance Transducer. more>>

February 6, 2015 | Article | By Roger H. Grace

Executive management of most MEMS companies has come through the design engineering ladder with no formal management training. Employees can sometimes feel the effects of this lack of expertise. more>>

February 6, 2015 | Article | By Dr. Jake Davies

A major problem in the oil and gas industry is corrosion plus erosion. While this is sometimes easy to see on the structural supports of offshore oil and gas platforms, the pipes and pipework are key components that also have this problem in a big way. more>>

January 30, 2015 | Article | By Dave Caldwell

Dealing with electric-field-based capacitive touch technologies that fail to live up to the rigors of the real world and finding the optimal solution. more>>

January 23, 2015 | Article | By Karmjit Sidhu

Gas turbines incorporate a variety of control valves, each performing a different function such as regulating or preventing gas flow. Linear position sensors enable precise monitoring and controlling of flow from these valves, allowing turbines to operate efficiently with minimal wasted energy. more>>

January 23, 2015 | Article | By Roger H. Grace

Episode 10 completes a look at the three-legged financial stool topics of the critical success factors for MEMS commercialization. Profitability and venture capital (VC) attraction along with the Creation of Wealth are components of this concept. more>>

January 16, 2015 | Article | By Charles C. Chung, Paul F. Werbaneth

What are the important considerations when it comes to choosing off-the-shelf, custom, or semi-custom MEMS pressure sensors? more>>


February 13, 2015 | Blog

Described as a wearable device that promises to change how people share experiences, Telepathy Jumper is an eye-wear device that can be worn in front of the user’s eye or, for continued use, attached to eyeglasses or the head. more>>


February 5, 2015 | Blog

Fear of automation taking over jobs done by humans is nothing new. As far back as the invention of the wheel ....... more>>


February 2, 2015 | Blog

Headed by Professor Hossam Haick, a consortium is developing a device that will be able analyze a speaker’s breath for existing or impending diseases. more>>


January 26, 2015 | Blog

Hisense claims to be the first to enter the laser-TV market with the new no-screen concept. more>>


January 9, 2015 | Blog

EMS stretchable conductive ink offers a unique solution for embedding electronics in wearable applications including clothing, accessories, and medical devices. more>>


January 9, 2015 | Blog

As we enter a new year, we see ever increasing concerns for energy conservation, particularly in large commercial, organizational, and residential buildings. With the great strides made in sensors, particularly the wireless variety, along with energy harvesting technologies, great improvements in... more>>


November 25, 2014 | Blog

The popup timer that comes embedded in most commercially-available turkeys is a Thanksgiving tradition. more>>


October 20, 2014 | Blog

More evidence that the wearable electronics market is sizzling, Spanish not-for-profit Textile Industry Research Association (AITEX) is developing intelligent clothing more>>


October 14, 2014 | Blog

Technology startup Teiimo unveils what it’s calling the world's first intelligent leather jacket that heats shoulders, back, neck, and kidneys. more>>


October 13, 2014 | Blog

DU/ER Performance Denim essentially stops cellphone rays from penetrating skin on the other side of the denim pocket. more>>

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