In-mould electronics (IME) is a process that combines printed electronics with 3D forming and moulding to create 3D objects with embedded electronics.
Australian researchers and industry partners are joining forces to develop the next generation of optical gyroscopes for high-precision autonomous navigation.
STMicroelectronics has signed agreements related to the acquisitions of the entire share capital of BeSpoon and of the cellular IoT connectivity assets of Riot Micro.
ISO has been creating standards to underpin the Internet of Things (IoT) — a project that should help to accelerate the arrival of a connected world.
STMicroelectronics has teamed with Fingerprint Cards to develop a biometric system-on-card solution based on fingerprint-recognition technology.
The Kyung-In Synthetic Corporation (KISCO) and CSIRO have agreed to take a minority shareholding in Melbourne-based company Boron Molecular.
Professor Kourosh Kalantar-zadeh has been awarded the 2020 Robert Boyle Prize for Analytical Science by the Royal Society of Chemistry.
Quantum computing faces many barriers that limit its near-term development, according to Lux Research.
The Internet of Things Alliance Australia (IoTAA) has announced businessman and senior executive David Spence as its new Chairman.
IDTechEx has updated and added to its wearable technology market research portfolio, including a dedicated section discussing the impact of COVID-19 on the industry.
With falling demand for motor vehicles, worldwide revenue for power semiconductors used in automotive applications is set to decline by 16% in 2020.
In recent decades, information and communication technology (ICT) and audio/video (AV) equipment has technologically advanced in similar directions. For this reason, a new common safety standard has been developed.