The Wireless Broadband Alliance has successfully completed what is said to be the world's first trial of Wi-Fi 6 technology to enable Industry 4.0 applications.
As AI starts to gather speed and practical uses become more apparent, here are five industry trends we are likely to see emerge throughout the coming year.
Robert H Dennard, the inventor of DRAM, has been presented with the Robert N. Noyce Award in recognition of the breakthroughs he made in semiconductor technology.
Archer Exploration is on a mission to create a qubit processor that operates at room temperature — a potential game changer for the emerging quantum computing industry.
The acclaimed Australian RoboRoos student robotics team will take the stage at the World Electronics Forum in Adelaide next month.
With a business engineering degree and a General Management Master from the SGMI Management Institut St. Gallen, Schultze offers more than 20 years of experience in operations management.
Analog Devices' multisensory MeasureWare platform enables Digi-Key customers to have their own customised software and marketplace.
element14 celebrates the sale of 15 million Raspberry Pi SBCs and announces the distribution of Amphenol PIHER's range of contactless sensors and potentiometers.
M Stanley Whittingham, John B Goodenough and Akira Yoshino will receive the 2019 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for their development of lithium-ion batteries.
Electrochemicals manufacturer Electrolube has been awarded the new global standard for occupational health and safety, the ISO 45001.
STMicroelectronics has been chosen by the Renault–Nissan–Mitsubishi Alliance to supply SiC power electronics for onboard chargers in the Alliance's upcoming electric vehicles.
Leaders from some of the world's largest electronics companies are heading to Adelaide in December for the World Electronics Forum (WEF2019).
The two parties are collaborating to develop cascade LEDs using BluGlass's remote plasma chemical vapour deposition (RPCVD) technology.