The following information aims to help readers understand the Australian compliance requirements specific to EMC and electrical safety.
Electronex returned to Melbourne in 2023, bringing in record numbers of attendees who welcomed the return to face-to-face events following COVID-19 disruptions.
PCIM Asia is set to make its return from 29–31 August 2023, providing insights on the latest trends shaping the power electronics landscape.
Global distributor DigiKey has refreshed its look to mark its 50th anniversary, with a new logo, colour palette, typeface, tagline, simplified name and brand voice.
Würth Elektronik has announced Digi-Key Electronics as the exclusive partner of its 2023 technical webinars.
The Council of the EU and the European Parliament have reached a provisional political agreement on the regulation to strengthen Europe's semiconductor ecosystem, better known as the Chips Act.
Intel co-founder and philanthropist Gordon Moore has died, aged 94, in Hawaii; Moore was known for his 1965 prediction about rapid advances in computer chip technology.
Cruising toward self-driving cars: standards and testing will help keep autonomous vehicles moving safely on the road01 March, 2023 by Edward Griffor, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
NIST is building consensus on measurements needed to test automated vehicle safety and developing reliable measurement methods for testing driverless cars.
Gartner, Inc. has revealed that worldwide semiconductor revenue grew by 1.1% in 2022 to total $601.7 billion.
Exponential Technology Group has announced plans to acquire Sydney-headquartered Braemac, a specialist in the supply of semiconductors and electronic components.
The U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology has announced that it is retiring SHA-1, a hash function used in cryptography that has been deemed broken.
Tech Mahindra and IQM Quantum Computers have partnered to co-create quantum computing offerings for a range of sectors, including health care, banking, and cybersecurity.
NVIDIA and Microsoft will partner to build a large-scale cloud computer focused on AI, using thousands of high-end NVIDIA GPUs for deep learning.
A new network of scientists, entrepreneurs and industry partners aims to drive Australia to the forefront of quantum software research and development.