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Sigma Labs and Los Alamos Collaborate   August 6, 2013

The two organizations signed a memorandum of understanding agreeing to work together to identify and commercialize new technologies for 3D printing of metals.More>>

Demand for Graphene Soars   August 6, 2013

Research and Markets’ report on the graphene market predicts growing demand in a variety of industries, with long-term prospects for applications in electronics and optics.More>>

Synopsys Launches IP Subsystem for Sensors   August 1, 2013

The ultra-low-power, configurable DesignWare hardware and software platform is optimized to process data from digital and analog sensors and enables rapid integration of sensor functionality into SoCs.More>>

NASA Awards Contract to Saab Sensis Team   August 1, 2013

The team will provide flight-critical systems research to Langley Research Center.More>>

EEA Announces New Inertial Measurement Units   July 31, 2013

The quartz MEMS-based M-G352 and M-G362 are tailored for demanding unmanned and industrial applications requiring extremely high sensitivity and accuracy.More>>

e2v Imaging Sensors Guide ESA Spacecraft   July 31, 2013

The CCD47-20 sensors were selected to be part of the Albert Einstein spacecraft’s SED16 star tracker and Videometer guidance systems.More>>

TI Debuts Bluetooth Smart SensorTag App   July 31, 2013

The free Android software streamlines Bluetooth Smart app development.More>>

SJTU and MTS Collaborate   July 31, 2013

The two organizations have agreed to establish an aerospace structural testing site at Shanghai Jiaotong University, which will take advantage of MTS' advanced technologies.More>>

Embedded System Market Expected to Grow   July 30, 2013

A Transparency Market Research report projects sales for this segment will reach $194.27 billion by 2018.More>>

MagnaChip Unveils MXsensor Family   July 30, 2013

The intelligent sensors feature small form-factor and multi-function integration, promising to make smartphones, tablets, automobile dashboards, and medical equipment more user-friendly and responsive.More>>

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