University of Minnesota Twin Cities researchers, along with a team at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), have developed a breakthrough process for making spintronic devices that has the potential to become the new industry standard for semiconductors chips that make up computers, smartphones, and many other electronics.
Engineers responsible for cloud-based industrial automation and safety systems will find the FieldServer™ Gateway Product Suite from MSA Safety now provides them with a flexible, proven EtherNet/IP™ driver solution that is certified by the Open DeviceNet Vendors Association (ODVA®).
PVA, a global supplier of automated dispensing and coating equipment, today announced plans to exhibit at The ASSEMBLY Show South, scheduled to take place April 4-6, 2023 at the Music City Center in Nashville, TN.
Today’s civilization is rapidly shifting away from fossil fuels and towards renewable resources and electric batteries. Despite the pressing need to transition to greener techniques, core challenges pertaining to efficiency and sustainability remain.
Conventional robots, such as those employed in manufacturing, are capable of lifting heavy objects and precisely performing automated procedures.
Compact monolithic integrated micro-supercapacitors (MIMSCs) with high systemic performance and cell number density will become invaluable for fueling miniaturized electronics in the future, but their scalable production remains a challenge.
Toshiba Electronic Devices & Storage Corporation ("Toshiba") has launched “TB9083FTG,” a gate-driver IC1 for automotive brushless DC motors used in applications such as electric power steering (EPS), electric brakes and shift-by-wire. Volume shipments start today.
A new era in thermal management technology has started with the development of an effective, stable solid-state electrochemical thermal transistor.
The efficacy and efficiency of modern electronic devices often depend on their signal noise and jitter. Jitter is the fluctuation or deviation of the signal waveform in a high-frequency digital signal.
Quantum Motion, a UK-based quantum computing scale-up founded by Professor John Morton, UCL, and Professor Simon Benjamin, Oxford University, has raised over £42 million in equity funding from some of the world’s leading quantum and technology investors.