2019 already looks like a fantastic year, and some significant trends and innovations seem to be transforming the industry in more ways than one.
Predictive maintenance is outgrowing industrial applications to transform consumer products in part because our products make this new field more accessible and cost-effective.
A subset of RFID, near-field communication (NFC) appears poised to expand beyond mobile phones to automotive applications.
Every machine with moving parts suffers some wear and tear and will inevitably need to be serviced or have some parts replaced. The question is, when is the best time to do this?
Low-power applications take advantage of MEMS accelerometer sensors for increasing battery life.
With a new year comes new hope for the promises of Smart Industry — a phenomenon that is revolutionising manufacturing in ways we could previously only dream of.
Among connected-car enthusiasts, cybersecurity is the looming speed trap. If, as Gartner Research projects, there will be a quarter of a billion cars on the road by 2020 connected with Wi-Fi hotspots and Bluetooth, something will need to keep hackers from exploiting those connections.
'Smart Industry' isn’t a random label one can just throw around, but the current industrial revolution brought on by a sophisticated and precise set of technologies that are changing man's relation to manufacturing.
STMicroelectronics' software expansions X-CUBE-MEMS1 and X-CUBE-MEMSMIC1 have recently been updated to offer features such as real-time acoustic beamforming, as well as to improve how data from the motion sensors is processed.
Smart cities use hundreds, thousands or millions of devices and sensors installed in various locations as part of a coherent and cohesively managed network.
Technology is transforming bike sharing and contributing to an explosion of IT-based systems that are making bike shares part of smart cities.
NFC (near-field communication) is all about enabling the vision of connecting the IoT in an easy, cost-effective manner.
Pundits predict China's IoT market will balloon to more than $120 billion by 2022. A significant part of this market opportunity is composed of promising industrial projects around water and gas meters, smart parking, and asset monitoring and tracking.
The induction cooktop is quite popular, both in domestic and commercial usage, and is considered one of the advanced technological innovations in the field of cooking.
The electronics market is forecast to continue its positive momentum from 2016 into 2017, and that is good news for the semiconductor market.