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6G research should be human-centric, scientists say

25 February, 2020

Researchers found that 6G communications will need to be more secure, protect people's privacy, be ubiquitously accessible and affordable, and safeguard users' mental and physical wellbeing.


How to select and use COTS components for space applications

13 February, 2020 by Dr Rajan Bedi*

For some spacecraft manufacturers, the use of commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) parts is the only option to meet the performance and cost needs of a mission.


Drones deployed to help contain coronavirus

11 February, 2020

Drone manufacturer MMC has joined the battle against the Wuhan coronavirus, deploying a service team of over 200 people and over 100 drones in cities such as Shanghai, Guangzhou and Zhaoqing.


'Smart' contact lens under development

06 February, 2020

The Mojo Lens is a contact lens with a built-in display that gives people the information they want without forcing them to look down at a screen or losing focus on the people and the world around them.


STMicroelectronics joins Zigbee Alliance board of directors

27 January, 2020

ST is set to play a vital role in the adoption and evolution of Zigbee, aiming to simplify development for manufacturers and increase device compatibility for consumers.


Controlling qubits for more robust quantum operations

16 January, 2020

German researchers have developed a new approach for controlling qubits via microwave pulses, which is said to reduce error rates and increase efficiency.


Wi-Fi 6 IoT trial completed in UK

12 December, 2019 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

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.


Creating a room-temperature qubit component

14 November, 2019 by Lauren Davis

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.


Meta-optics research centre coming to ANU

22 October, 2019

The ARC Centre of Excellence for Transformative Meta-Optical Systems is set to research the interaction of light with nanomaterials — technology that is often thinner than a human hair.


BluGlass enters JDA with LED company Bridgelux

20 September, 2019

The two parties are collaborating to develop cascade LEDs using BluGlass's remote plasma chemical vapour deposition (RPCVD) technology.


Wireless connectivity boosted for wearables

29 July, 2019

Researchers have invented a new way for wearable devices to interconnect, incorporating conductive textiles into clothing to dynamically connect several wearable devices at once.


Two-qubit gate achieves superfast quantum operations

23 July, 2019

Scientists have achieved what they claim is the first two-qubit gate between atom qubits in silicon, operating around 200 times faster than other existing spin-based two-qubit gates.


A new technology superpower: AIoT

18 July, 2019 by Joseph Zulick*

Even though AI and IoT are still in their relative infancy, these two technology superpowers are now being combined across every industry.


Self-driving robot deployed at Ford

14 June, 2019

A self-driving robot, developed by Ford engineers, has been put to work delivering spare parts around one of the company's manufacturing plants.


Design your dream sensor board

04 June, 2019

The Dream Sensor Board campaign leverages the element14 Community, comprising makers, engineers and designers, to crowdsource the best combination of sensor modules.


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