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.
The Top 10 Power Product Award, from 21ic.com and Electronic Products China, recognises what is believed to be the smallest 45 V motor driver in the world that can achieve a resolution of up to 256 microsteps.
From precise navigation to faster internet and flexible crystals, this year's Prime Minister's Prizes for Science had a particular focus on technological innovations.
The Plug and Play Tech Center seeks to identify a Victorian start-up company in the advanced materials field that will become part of its accelerator program in Silicon Valley.
element14.com, the online community for engineers, is launching a new webinar series and competition.
The Open Data Center Committee (ODCC) Summit will be held in Beijing from 16–17 October.
The Sixth Sense Design Challenge asks engineers to create a small remotely operated or autonomous vehicle with remote vehicle sensing and data collection capabilities.
The twin fairs will be held concurrently at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre from 13–16 October.
Global electromagnetic compatibility specialist Keith Armstrong has become the first person to receive the IEEE's Excellence in Continuing EMC Education Award.
Graphene+2018 will take place on 8 October in the Hawthorn Arts Centre, forming a focal point for all participants in the advanced materials ecosystem in Australia.
Kaga Electronics will acquire 70% shares in Fujitsu Electronics Inc from Fujitsu Semiconductor Limited.
Renesas Electronics will acquire IDT for US$49 per share in an all-cash transaction representing an equity value of approximately US$6.7 billion.