STMicroelectronics, a global semiconductor leader serving customers across the spectrum of electronics applications, announced that its STM32 microcontroller was selected by Anki, a robotics and artificial intelligence (AI) startup, for use in their first product – Anki Drive™, in which consumers can download an app on their compatible iOS devices to interact and race against intelligent robotic miniature race cars.
Electronic Systems Technology, Inc. (EST) dba ESTeem Wireless Modems (Booth 1510), announces the release of the Models 195M and 195C radios, operating in the narrow band licensed 150-174 MHz and 450-470 MHz frequencies. The 195C/M products are designed for long range, difficult terrain applications for the Industrial, Public Safety, and Federal markets to +10 miles line-of-site.
Tecsis LP now offers the Model XLD Submersible, a robust compression load cell specifically designed for use in wet, splash down, or fully submersed applications.
Hamilton Company announces the availability of its new process analytics catalog offering the latest in intelligent and robust sensor technologies. For more than 50 years Hamilton has been a leader in process monitoring solutions, manufacturing sensors that are used wherever accurate process analytics are required to ensure high-quality results including pharmaceutical and biotherapeutic production, water treatment, food processing, refineries, breweries and wineries.
Northrop Grumman Corporation has completed more than 25 flight tests of the U.S. Navy Triton unmanned aircraft system's (UAS) primary maritime surveillance sensor in preparation for its installation on the aircraft.
Pixy is a small camera about half the size of a business card that can detect objects that you "train" it to detect. Training is accomplished by holding the object in front of Pixy's lens and pressing a button. Pixy then finds objects with similar color signatures using a dedicated dual-core processor that can process images at 50 frames per second.
A new milestone by engineers at UC Berkeley can help robots become more touchy-feely, literally.
STMicroelectronics, a global semiconductor leader serving customers across the spectrum of electronics applications, the world’s top MEMS manufacturer, and the leading supplier of MEMS sensors for consumer and portable applications1, has simplified the use of MEMS in a wider range of applications by releasing ready-to-use software drivers for communication with Linux systems.
An EPFL doctoral student has designed a microphone-based system that functions as an automatic road traffic sensor. The technology can determine not just how much traffic there is, but also how fast vehicles are going and even their size. It has already sparked an interest in the Swiss towns of Sion and Martigny.
OEM Internationals subsidiary in Great Britain, OEM Automatic Ltd, has today signed an agreement to acquire British Datasensor Uk Ltd with possession from 1st of December 2012.