Semiconductor company STMicroelectronics has announced its acquisition of software specialist Draupner Graphics.
Every year since 2004, at least 23,000 teams from more than 60 countries have taken part in the World Robot Olympiad competition.
Conductive inks are a wonderfully adaptive technology — a characteristic that has enabled them to stay relevant and to rejuvenate themselves over the past several decades.
An international team of scientists have made an important step towards the control of excitonic effects in two-dimensional van der Waals heterostructures.
Advanced materials company Talga Resources has achieved high levels of electrical conductivity in concrete.
Electronex – The Electronics Design and Assembly Expo will be staged from 5–6 September at Rosehill Gardens Event Centre with free parking for visitors.
Successful Endeavours develops smart electronics-based products that are intended for profitable manufacture in Australia.
STMicroelectronics has become the first embedded SIM (eSIM) manufacturer to be accredited by the GSMA for loading eSIM chips with connection credentials such as certificates and operator profiles before shipping.
The agreement will see Digi-Key distribute IQD's frequency products worldwide.
'A Robotics Roadmap for Australia' was pioneered and produced by QUT's Australian Centre for Robotic Vision, in an effort to grow robotics and automation in Australia.
SMEs are invited to submit proposals for new technologies that will make uninhabited aerial systems harder to detect.
The shuttle is transporting members of the public around the Tonsley Innovation District as part of a five-year trial of autonomous vehicle technology.
Hailo's deep learning processor will be able to run embedded AI applications on edge devices that are installed in autonomous vehicles, drones and smart home appliances.
The $33.4 million centre will use the emerging science of topological materials and atomically thin 2D materials to create ultralow-energy electronics.
The electronics design and manufacturing industry in Adelaide is significantly larger and more valuable to our regional economy than you might think.