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A Temperature-Resistant Hall-Effect Sensor: A Digital-Latch Low-Voltage Sensor from TI
Texas Instruments has announced a new low-voltage digital-latch Hall-effect sensor with a wide operating temperature range.
3 days ago
STMicro’s Newest Stepper Motor Driver: A 256-Microstep Driver with Integrated Control Logic
STMicroelectronics offers their new microstepping motor driver that includes control logic and a power stage.
December 29, 2017
Fans Are Getting New Bearing Designs: New DC Axial Fans from CUI
An improved bearing system inside a new line of DC axial fans from CUI allows them to offer quieter operation and longer life.
October 16, 2017
Sometimes You Just Need a Transistor: A New Low-Side Driver Array from Texas Instruments
ICs such as the TPL7407LA provide convenient, high-performance switching for a variety of common applications.
June 22, 2017
GE Unimpossible Missions Series: Fighting Fire with Fire
A multi-part series on GE's Unimpossible Missions, which challenge engineers and scientists with tasks where they demonstrate what can be accomplished when experts collaborate....
May 27, 2017
Teardown Tuesday: Bluetooth Sony Speaker
With everything going wireless it comes as no surprise that even speakers are using Bluetooth! In this Teardown Tuesday, we will strip down a Sony Bluetooth Speaker to see how they are put...
May 16, 2017
Keeping Up with the IoT: The State of MEMS Sensor Packages
Here's a sneak peek at where MEMS packaging technology stands and how it's evolving to meet the needs of new market opportunities like the IoT....
April 17, 2017
“Cobot” with Deep Learning and Gesture Recognition Hits Audi Production Floor
Audi has announced that a collaborative robot is working the floor in its industrial factory.
March 29, 2017
Iorek: A Robot that Incorporates Algorithms and Artificial Intelligence into Object Interactions
The Humans to Robots Laboratory at Brown University are working on AI and algorithms to create a robot that can interact back with the user to identify and grasp objects....
March 29, 2017
BeagleBone Blue for Robotics Applications: The Latest BeagleBone Single Board Computer
The BeagleBone Blue is now available. You can learn more about this open source robotics computer and its BeagleBone predecessors here.
March 17, 2017
The Tactile Print-to-Braile Translator: The Next Step for Assistive Technology
Six ECE students at MIT are pushing the boundaries in the inkprint-to-Braille marketplace after winning a hackathon.
January 24, 2017
3D-Printed Embedded Electronics Make this Drone Ready to Fly Straight out of the Printer
This 3D-printed drone features built-in printed electronics.
January 20, 2017
The Resurgence of BattleBots and Robot Wars
Battlebots (US) and Robot Wars (UK) have made a comeback. How will modern technology change the game?
January 14, 2017
“Germ-Zapping” Robot Aims to Make Hospitals Cleaner and Safer
Through the emission of short, intense pulses of light, the Xenex robot is able to sanitize large spaces in a small amount of time - a function quite useful for trying to eliminate the risk of...
December 23, 2016
Retro Teardown: Commodore 1541 Floppy Drive vs DVD Drive
CD drives are standard these days, but who remembers our old friend the floppy drive?
November 10, 2016
Robotic Exoskeletons Are Here. What Can They Do?
Far from being science fiction, these robotic exoskeletons are helping people with disabilities or dangerous and strenuous jobs.
August 17, 2016
Printed Magnetics Could Revolutionize Magneto-Mechanical Devices
A company in Huntsville, Alabama is printing "correlated magnets" with surprising properties that could create a new generation of magneto-mechanical devices....
July 15, 2016
MEMS Magnetic Sensing and Stimulating Brain Implants
A transdisciplinary team of neuroscientists and engineers at Penn State is developing MEMS (microelectromechanical systems) tech to monitor and stimulate neural electric signals— without...
June 01, 2016
Is Programmable Matter Actually Coming Soon?
There are all kinds of speculations and supposed breakthroughs in the field of programmable matter, but how close are we really?
May 01, 2016
How Robotics Competitions are Changing STEM Education
Robotics competitions encourage students to work with industry professionals to learn, work together, and solve today's global challenges - before they even graduate high school....
April 15, 2016
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