Researchers have received funding from the US Navy to develop technology that will prevent electronics from shutting down when in space or in high-radiation environments on Earth.
Researchers have invented a new way for wearable devices to interconnect, incorporating conductive textiles into clothing to dynamically connect several wearable devices at once.
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.
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.
Advantech's partnership with Pacific Automation, a provider of industrial electrical and electronic solutions, aims to strengthen solution selling to Industrial IoT markets across Australia.
Development distributor Farnell has appointed Weidi Zhu to the role of Business President of element14, its distribution business in APAC.
Oritech has announced it has extended its distribution and service support partnership with Nordson Corporation within Australia and New Zealand.
Beth Turner will provide a comprehensive overview of next-generation conformal coatings for harsh environments as well as a useful insight into coating vs encapsulation.
Professor Michael Milford's research looks at how the brain handles navigation and perception to see how they can be applied to all-weather, anytime positioning for autonomous vehicles.
A self-driving robot, developed by Ford engineers, has been put to work delivering spare parts around one of the company's manufacturing plants.
Test and measurement company Keysight Technologies has opened a new site in Mulgrave, Victoria, offering what it describes as a true one-stop shop for calibration needs.