The omnidirectional detector system can be scaled to large areas and operate at a data transmission speed of hundreds of megabits per second.
Researchers used liquid crystals to create a flat magic window — a transparent device that produces a hidden image when light shines on it.
Future large-scale quantum computers must be fault tolerant, so that reliable computations can be performed with noisy components.
The u-blox NORA-W10 Wi-Fi 4 and Bluetooth Low Energy 5.0 module targets applications in harsh industrial environments where good RF performance and small size are critical.
The Lightweight Persistence Centric System (LightPC) makes the systems resilient against power failures by utilising only non-volatile memory as the main memory.
The display has a steel chassis and a resistive touch screen, making it suitable for industrial environments where durable display solutions are required.
Japanese researchers have developed wood-derived semiconductors that can be tuned for use in a range of sustainable electronic devices.
The MIO-2375 Pico-ITX SBC supports extended operating temperatures from -40 to +85°C and is suitable for mission-critical applications.
REN boxes (Rugged Embedded Nodes) are conduction cooled and fully sealed, with high-end computing platforms built in. They are rugged and ready to host users' applications, taking them from the desktop and out into tough environments.