2020-05-19 - Matthew Burgess

Covid-19: Getting to Grips with Respiration

In the battle against the coronavirus, hospitals are being forced to adopt new technologies to stem the flow of patients. One startup is using e-textiles for health monitoring and demonstrates the importance of staying agile during a crisis...

2020-05-15 - Omdia

Fingerprint-on-Display Market Takes Off in 2019

Demand soars as displays expand to completely cover the fronts of smartphones...

2020-05-12 - Arrow Electronics

Evaluation Kit Jump-Starts Smart Horticulture

Ready to use smart horticultural solution has sensor nodes, an IoT gateway, cloud access and mobile applications...

2020-05-11 - Asem Elshimi

Using IoT to Fight COVID-19 Pandemic

IoT technology can lead the way in helping to prevent and manage current and future pandemics.

2020-05-05 - Renesas Electronics

JEDEC-Compliant Precision Temperature Sensor for DDR5 Memory Modules

New IC joins a complete family of DDR5 DIMM solutions that include the registered clock driver, power management IC and SPD hub...

2020-05-04 - Junko Yoshida

Teardown: Lessons Learned From Audi A8

The lessons that Audi learned from building the world's first Level 3 autonomous vehicle, the A8, remain pertinent today. Here's what our teardown of the A8 with System Plus revealed.

2020-04-23 - Anne-Françoise Pelé

Neuromorphic Vision Sensors Bring Autonomy Closer to Reality

Why do we call an event-based vision sensor “neuromorphic”? Because each pixel is a neuron, and it makes sense to have the artificial intelligence next to the pixel...

2020-04-22 - Gas Sensing Solutions

New High-Speed CO2 Sensor for Real-Time Measurements

SprintIR-R CO2 sensor has 50Hz measurement rate

2020-01-08 - Matthew Burgess

Detecting Biomarkers With Optical-Fiber

Instant NanoBiosensors' FOPPR biosensor grants them a spot on Merck’s 2020 accelerator program.

2019-07-17 - Max Maxfield

Cameras to See Hidden Objects Around Corners

Algolux and university scientists develop non-line-of-sight (NLOS) technology to see hidden objects using conventional camera sensors.

2019-05-17 - Brian Santo

Architecture Still Entrenched in Mechanical Era Practices

All sorts of high-tech solutions were suggested for rebuilding Notre Dame. Hardly anyone in civil engineering can afford all that whiz-bang stuff, though

2019-01-31 - George Leopold

Taking Mars’ Vital Signs with Color Image Sensors

Teledyne unit upgrades flown CCD image sensors to bring out surface details.