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.
Analog Devices has seen a rise in the number of requests for technologies related to Industry 4.0, such as condition-based monitoring and Industrial Ethernet.
In-mould electronics will enable high-volume production of structural electronics where the electronic circuitry and functionality are part of the 3D structure itself.
IDTechEx CEO Raghu Das identifies three of the most important technology trends that you need to know about this year.
2019 already looks like a fantastic year, and some significant trends and innovations seem to be transforming the industry in more ways than one.
The Premier Farnell Global IoT Survey 2018 shows that design engineers use a range of hardware platforms to accelerate development pace and shorten time to the market.
The market composition of transparent conductive films (TCF) and materials (TCM) has not dramatically shifted for some years.
The digitalisation of manufacturing and supply chains in Asia–Pacific is currently lagging, but will be substantially accelerated by the launch of 5G.
Dr Ronald Grill, Managing Director, Technology Management Pty Ltd, explains how the city of Adelaide has come to be considered the home of Australia's high technology electronics industry.
Over 80% of consumers all around the world would like 'electronic devices of the future' to make their lives easier, according to the electronica Trend Index.
From increased value provided by edge computing to security improvements with blockchain integration, IoT platforms across the board are starting to get interesting.
Worldwide sales of new semiconductor manufacturing equipment are projected to increase 10.8% to $62.7 billion in 2018.
Conductive inks are a wonderfully adaptive technology, enabling them to stay relevant and to rejuvenate themselves over the past several decades.
The electronics design and manufacturing industry in Adelaide is significantly larger and more valuable to our regional economy than you might think.
Many of us think we know what electronic waste is because we wonder what to do with devices we no longer want or need.