Low-cost single-board computers (SBCs) are now a valuable building block in all stages of new product development and production.
In each monthly episode, a team of designers and engineers will dedicate 16 hours of time towards solving an everyday problem.
The centre will bring national and global industry partners together with AI experts and researchers from across disciplines.
The partnership brings Siemens' durable and easy-to-use products to Digi-Key customers around the world.
With the transaction now closed, Dialog becomes a wholly owned subsidiary of Renesas.
Jensen Huang, a trailblazer in building accelerated computing platforms, is the 2021 recipient of the Semiconductor Industry Association's Robert N. Noyce Award.
The three-part series showcases the latest innovations in robotics, automation and connectivity, as well as cutting-edge manufacturing technologies.
Due to the ongoing uncertainty around COVID-19, WF Events has made the decision to move Australia's premier critical communications and public safety exhibition and conference, Comms Connect Melbourne, to 8–10 March 2022.
Researchers have engineered a carbon-based material that could herald the next generation of electronics with more memory, faster speeds and advanced features.
In recognition of the 40th anniversary of What's New in Electronics (and Westwick-Farrow Media), Lauren Davis steps back in time for a walk through the company's early history…
PsiQuantum has raised US$450 million in Series D funding to build what it claims will be the world’s first commercially viable quantum computer.
The Mountz product range now available from element14 includes cutting-edge torque analysers, screwdrivers and wrenches.
The top three industry segments leading the way in IoT applications are industrial automation and control (25%), home automation (18%) and AI (12%).