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NexID Biometrics Counters Biometrics Spoofing   October 17, 2013

The company offers a variety of techniques and materials to test and mitigate the vulnerability of biometric-authentication security systems.More>>

ams Introduces Battery Monitoring System   October 17, 2013

The new AS8506 lithium cell monitoring/balancing IC eliminates the need for complex software and reduces hardware requirements in battery cell management systems.More>>

Panasonic Develops New Millimeter-Wave Radar   October 16, 2013

The high-precision, wide-field-of-view millimeter-wave technologies promise to expand the performance of advanced automotive safety systems.More>>

Echelon Debuts Edge-of-Grid Control Node   October 15, 2013

The multi-application, multi-protocol, IPv6-compatible DCN 3000 platform enables electric grid modernization and optimization programs, including smart metering and distribution automation.More>>

IBM and Semtech Collaborate   October 15, 2013

The joint effort proposes to advance the Internet of Things by combining IBM software and Semtech hardware to create a wireless sensor system capable of transmitting data up to 9 miles, with significantly improved ease of use.More>>

Dawson Orders Geospace GSX System   October 15, 2013

The $18.1 million contract provides for the delivery of 9,000 stations of the wireless seismic data acquisition system.More>>

Silicon Labs Launches Energy-Friendly MCUs   October 10, 2013

The EFM32 Zero Gecko MCU family is based on the ARM Cortex-M0+ core, offers 32-bit resolution, and includes a five-mode energy management system that enables applications to remain in an energy-optimal state.More>>

ADI Debuts 3-Axis, 200-g MEMS Accelerometer   October 10, 2013

The ADXL375 promises more than twice the bandwidth at less than half the power consumption of other sensors used to measure high-g events.More>>

Silicon File and Dual Aperture to Collaborate   October 10, 2013

Silicon File will license and incorporate Dual Aperture's 3D information-capture technology into its products, building CMOS-based image sensors that can take sharp pictures, significantly reduce noise, and capture real-time distance information.More>>

meta Selects SoftKinetic Technology   October 10, 2013

The company will use SoftKinetic's 3D camera technology and gesture-recognition middleware to bring real-time 3D input and natural interactions to its Meta. 01 wearable computing device.More>>

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