STMicroelectronics is increasing the market appeal of its STM32 microcontroller family by launching the MadeForSTM32 label for qualified, reviewed and approved products from ST Partners in the development ecosystem.
Testing house EMC Technologies has advised that it can now provide NATA accredited testing to IEC 61000-4-18 or EN 61000-4-18.
Drawing on years of experience, modern test facilities and knowledgeable operators, Compliance Engineering ensures its clients' products adhere to the requirements of current EMC standards.
SEMI Works is a comprehensive program to attract, develop and retain the talent critical to the worldwide electronics industry's continued innovation and growth.
The University of Queensland is launching a new quantum technology program that is set to prepare students for highly skilled, highly paid positions.
When supplying any electrical or electronic products that operate using any voltage onto the Australian market, there are many requirements that need to be considered.
STMicroelectronics and Alibaba are combining their hardware and software solutions to help students from universities in China learn all the aspects of cloud computing.
Electrochemicals manufacturer Electrolube has been awarded the AS 9100 internationally recognised Quality Management System standard.
The Industry 4.0 Testlabs for Australia program is designed to prepare businesses for the Fourth Industrial Revolution, with the help of six selected Australian universities.
EMC Technologies has announced that its Melbourne labs have been accredited for a wide scope of safety and environmental testing.
EMC Technologies has achieved NATA ISO 17020 accreditation for the assessment of ACMA compliance of products connecting to the mobile phone and cellular network.
element14.com has announced a five-part webinar series and also added new courses to its range of free DIY learning modules.
The Macquarie and Analog Devices Teaching and Research Laboratory will bring industrial experience into Macquarie University in order to better prepare the next generation of engineers.
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 NI Educational Laboratory Virtual Instrumentation Suite III (NI ELVIS III) is designed to meet the specific needs of university engineering education and help prepare the next generation of scientists and engineers.