The STMicroelectronics VIPer26K high-voltage converter integrates a 1050V avalanche-rugged N-channel power MOSFET that enables offline power supplies to combine a wide input-voltage range with the advantages of a simplified design.
Aspinity, a pioneer in analog neuromorphic semiconductors, today announced its Reconfigurable Analog Modular Processor (RAMP) platform, an ultra-low power, analog processing platform that overcomes the power and data handling challenges in battery-operated, always-on sensing devices for consumer, smart home, Internet of Things (IoT), industrial and other markets.
At the University of Tokyo, a research team, headed by doctoral student Takuya Sasatani, the University of Michigan in the United States, and Disney Research, has successfully developed and demonstrated a room-wide device, which utilizes magnetic fields to charge compatible devices within it.
First Sensor is launching a new generation of high-accuracy capacitive silicon inertial sensors aimed at applications in the fast-growing market of smart structural monitoring.
Lanthanides—the rare earth metals utilized in many technologies, including smartphones—could be detected in a more efficient and cost-effective manner with a novel protein-based sensor.
Bell Helicopter, a Textron Inc. company, revealed the configuration and full-scale vertical-takeoff-and-landing (VTOL) air taxi vehicle today during CES 2019.
Specialty Coating Systems is pleased to announce that the company has developed a new halogen-free variant of Parylene – ParyFree®.
Although a finger print can act as identification to access a number of things, including locked doors, present-day scanners can be tricked with fake fingerprints or even analogous ones.
A new, ultra-sensitive heat sensor created by researchers at the Laboratory of Organic Electronics is printable, flexible, and transparent. The outcomes hold promise for an array of applications, ranging from electronic skin and wound healing to smart buildings.
In the next 15 to 20 years—except for the information reading and recording technology—the hypersensitive sensors working under the magnetoresistive principle will be used in a large number of novel fields.