STMicroelectronics has agreed to collaborate with OQmented on the advancement of MEMS mirror technology for augmented reality and 3D-sensing markets.
The secret to building superconducting quantum computers with massive processing power may be an ordinary telecommunications technology.
MPL's MILCOTS-4x Mission Computer was developed with the target to meet MIL-STD-810 as well as parts of the DO-160 specifications. The product is installed in a compact IP67 housing with a total of four MIL connectors.
Neousys's Nuvo-2700DS series is a rugged digital signage system with AI inference capability for personalised user experience and audience measurement.
The project aims to analyse the RF properties of additively manufactured high-performance electronic devices (Hi-PEDs) in a space environment.
The adapter can accept up to 90 W of PoE and convert it to 60 W output over USB-C that will power most cameras, laptops, tablets and other devices using USB-C for input power.
So-called photonic processors, with which data is processed by means of light, can process information rapidly and in parallel — something electronic chips are incapable of doing.
Electron-transporting, n-type organic semiconductors could help generate electricity from waste heat released by industrial processes and homes.
Smoltek has developed what it claims is the world's thinnest capacitor, demonstrating a prototype of a CNF-MIM capacitor with a total height of just under 40 µm.
Computer scientists have demonstrated that it is possible to spy on private conversations using a common robot vacuum cleaner and its built-in LiDAR sensor.
Researchers created light-activated composite devices able to execute precise, visible movements and form complex three-dimensional shapes without the need for wires.
Robust and flexible, the device offers product designers short-range connectivity that is simple to implement.