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STMicroelectronics Annouces Tiny, Low-Power MEMS 3-axis Accelerometer and Thermometer on a Single IC
STMicro claims their new MEMS device is the first to measure acceleration and temperature in one IC package.
12 hours ago
New Displacement Sensor from Eye Vision Technology Claims Fastest and Highest Resolution 3D Scans
The EyeScan AT 3D Max can measure the smallest details with a resolution of 1 µm, at speeds up to 100 kHZ.
March 12, 2019
New ams Time-to-Digital Converter Aims to Combine High Precision with Small Form Factor
ams has introduced the AS6500, which can provide high-sampling-rate time-to-digital conversion for optical rangefinder systems in automobiles, robots, and drones....
March 10, 2019
ams Announces Optical Sensor with Goal of Bringing Medical-Grade Monitoring to Mobile Devices
The AS7026 from ams brings medical-grade cardiovascular monitoring to mobile devices
February 28, 2019
New Optical Sensor from ams Targets Enhanced White Balance for Mobile Device Cameras
The AS7341 can be used for optical-spectrum analysis and color matching in mobile phones and various other electronic devices.
February 26, 2019
ON Semiconductor Releases RSL10 IoT Sensor Development Kit with Ultra Low-Power Bluetooth Radio
Last week, ON Semiconductor released the new RSL10 Sensor Development Kit, which combines its ultra-low-power Bluetooth Radio with an array of low-power sensors from Bosh Sensortec....
February 20, 2019
STMicroelectronics Releases New Accelerometer and Gyroscope SiP IC with Built-In Machine Learning
ST has just released their latest sensor IC, the LSM6DSOX, which provides sensor data on acceleration and orientation. In addition, it can also process this data via machine learning without...
February 13, 2019
ROHM, Omron, Maxim: A Look at the Biometric-Monitoring Wearables Made by Component Manufacturers
The wearables market is by many measures still in its infancy, but many manufacturers continue to push wearable products into the market. How are component manufacturers involved in the...
February 07, 2019
Is 2019 the Year of the Self-Driving Car? The State of Autonomous Vehicles 2018-2019
Here's a look back at last year and a hint of what may be coming in 2019 for self-driving cars.
January 24, 2019
High Speed Video Cameras: Interview with Dr. Jim Bales, Associate Director of MIT’s Edgerton Center
Dr. Jim Bales is teaching engineers the value and basics of high-speed cameras.
January 22, 2019
Sensors for IoT, Robotics, and Mobile: ams Optical Imaging Sensors Roundup
An update on some new ams optical imaging sensors coming down the pipe in 2019.
January 20, 2019
Catch Up on Tiny Sensors: Bitty Accelerometer, Gas Sensor, and Biometric Sensor
Check out three tiny sensors for environment sensing and biometric monitoring applications.
January 19, 2019
Sensors Behind Device Screens, Expression Tracking, and a New SDK: Facial Recognition Roundup
A look at some facial recognition-related info from around the industry.
January 18, 2019
Sensor Fusion for Autonomous Vehicles: Interview with Tactile Mobility CEO Amit Nisenbaum
An interview with Amit Nisenbaum, CEO of Tactile Mobility, a company that achieves software sensor fusion to make sensor data useful for autonomous vehicles....
January 17, 2019
Hardware-Based Security and a Dev Kit for Alexa: A Look at Microchip Technology at CES 2019
Catch up on what Microchip released at CES this year and which trends they're focusing on for 2019.
January 16, 2019
A New Non-Contact Current Sensor IC from ROHM Semiconductor
This high-sensitivity device is designed for space-constrained and low-power applications.
January 14, 2019
Google ATAP Moves Forward with Radar Touch Tech with FCC Waiver
This waiver is significant because it will allow Google to take the next step in making their radar based touch interface technology a reality....
January 11, 2019
Space Probe Digs Deep into Mars’ Surface, Uncovering the Planet’s Secrets
As much an engineering feat as a scientific endeavor, NASA is test-driving multiple exciting new innovations for the first time.
December 06, 2018
STMicroelectronics Introduces High-Dynamic Range Image Sensors for Automotive Driver Monitoring
Someday soon, your car may watch you drive. These two new image sensors are designed for computer vision in automotive environments.
December 05, 2018
Engineering Spotlight: Robotics and Computer Vision with Rich LeGrand, President of Charmed Labs
AAC's Chantelle Dubois had a chance to speak to LeGrand about his inspiration to become a roboticist, his work with Charmed Labs and CMU CREATE lab, as well as his thoughts on what makes being...
November 26, 2018
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