Electronic components, sensors, wireless connectivity, RFID, batteries, and power modules have rapidly become essential for enhancing the functionality and reliability of the healthcare equipment required by our growing and changing population. Murata continuously develops new, innovative products specifically for healthcare applications in testing and diagnostics, patient monitoring and assistance, wearables, portable and stretchable electronics, digital care and in-home care.
In partnership with Murata Electronics Singapore (Pte.) Ltd.
The flexible Renesas Advanced (RA) 32-bit MCUs are industry leading 32-bit MCUs with the Arm® Cortex®-M33, -M23 and -M4 processor cores and PSA Certified™ assurance. The RA Family delivers key advantages compared to competitive Arm Cortex-M MCUs by providing stronger embedded security, superior CoreMark® performance, and ultra-low power operation.
In partnership with Renesas Electronics
SkyWater CTO Steven Kosier explains how a US-based semiconductor foundry is innovating in the silicon world without chasing Moore’s Law scaling. This includes efforts in superconductors, quantum, photonics, biosensing, and heterogeneous integration.
September 13, 2022 by Daniel Bogdanoff
Embedded in a wearable system, ADI's new analog front end is designed to level up bioimpedance monitoring—a way to monitor various medical conditions and help doctors come to a more precise diagnosis.
March 16, 2022 by Ikimi .O
The umbrella of wearables just broadened even wider with face masks. Engineers from Northwestern University have developed an embedded hardware platform that can sense users’ biometrics through a face mask.
January 19, 2022 by Darshil Patel
With advancements in materials science and electronic engineering, 3D printing is entering the stage of developing made-to-fit wearable electronic systems like that from the University of Arizona.
November 12, 2021 by Kristijan Nelkovski