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In-mould electronics: material development opportunities

In-mould electronics (IME) is a process that combines printed electronics with 3D forming and moulding to create 3D objects with embedded electronics.

Business 06 August, 2020

Wearable technology and the future of electronics

Connected wearable devices are expected to have reached over 1.1 billion worldwide by 2022 with the change from 4 to 5G.

Business 29 July, 2020

Proximity sensors encourage social distancing

Proximity and ranging sensors from STMicroelectronics are helping prevent disease transmission in products developed in response to the global pandemic.

Sensors 27 July, 2020

Intelligent sensing abilities make robots smarter

Researchers have developed a way to equip robots with an exceptional sense of touch, as well as the ability to process sensory information quickly and intelligently.

Sensors 23 July, 2020

Electrical vehicle-to-grid trial coming to Canberra

The Realising Electric Vehicle-to-Grid Services (REVS) project will see 51 Nissan LEAF EVs deployed across the ACT.

Power 20 July, 2020

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In-mould electronics: material development opportunities

In-mould electronics: material development opportunities

In-mould electronics (IME) is a process that combines printed electronics with 3D forming and moulding to create 3D objects with embedded electronics.

Article 06 August, 2020
Components
Japan's Fugaku named world's fastest supercomputer

Japan's Fugaku named world's fastest supercomputer

Fugaku has taken out the top spot on the TOP500 list — a ranking of the world's fastest supercomputers that is published twice a year.

Article 25 June, 2020
Data acquisition
Faster reaction time helps drones dodge obstacles

Faster reaction time helps drones dodge obstacles

Using a novel type of camera, researchers have demonstrated a flying robot that can detect and avoid fast-moving objects.

Article 02 July, 2020
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