The Industry 4.0 Testlabs for Australia program is designed to prepare businesses for the Fourth Industrial Revolution, with the help of six selected Australian universities.
Electronics company Cree has signed a multiyear agreement to produce and supply its Wolfspeed silicon carbide (SiC) wafers to STMicroelectronics.
With the help of its 16 propellers, Forvola's megadrone lifted a box full of spare parts weighing 101 kg to a height of almost 1.5 m for more than one minute and three seconds.
Researchers are investigating pathways to scale up atom-based computing architectures using spin-orbit coupling — the coupling of a qubit's orbital and spin degree of freedom.
The Gradient Institute was founded to research the ethics of artificial intelligence (AI) and develop ethical AI-based systems.
Würth Elektronik has published the fifth edition of its Trilogy of Magnetics textbook. The focal point of the practically oriented technical book lies on application circuits and the selection of passive components and layout recommendations in special consideration of EMC aspects.
The advanced electronics manufacturing firm has undergone a $22m development that has resulted in the creation of an additional 3000 m2 of manufacturing space.
Australis M2M, a specialist provider of industrial cellular M2M hardware and services, has acquired distributorship for Matrix Electronica's MTX range of M2M devices.
EU Automation has released a book charting the development of the Fourth Industrial Revolution and how countries around the world are digitalising.
Mouser has announced a new partnership with SamacSys and received accreditation to AS6496.
Scientists have long been interested in making a 2D kagome lattice because of the useful theoretical electronic properties such a structure would have.
The digitalisation of manufacturing and supply chains in Asia–Pacific is currently lagging, but will be substantially accelerated by the launch of 5G.
More than 450 companies will gather at SEMICON Korea, to be held from 23–25 January 2019 at the COEX in Seoul.
The investigational brain-computer interface enables people with paralysis to directly operate a tablet device by thinking about making cursor movements and clicks.