The lens is made of a silicon film with millions of nanostructures forming a metasurface that can control light with functionalities outperforming traditional systems.
Crystal Group PASS (Platform Agnostic Security Solutions) cybersecurity technology is designed for a wide range of computationally intense, network-complex and expanded data storage applications operating in severe environments.
The GAN610C1 and GAN620C1 Spectral-Domain OCT systems are designed to offer high-speed, high-sensitivity 2D and 3D imaging of moving samples with reduced motion artefacts.
The Smart Klaus Industry 4.0 workplace takes advantage of data by reflecting it to workers in a lean process. It is based around a four-step principle — guidance, verify, confirm, document — that divides even complex work processes into clear and structured sub-processes.
Emona Instruments is bringing high-technology 3D printing solutions to Australian industry for electronics R&D, manufacturing, research and education with the printing of multilayer PCBs, as well as resistors, capacitors, antennas, sensors and thin film transistors.
Nanosized crystals of salt encoded with data using light from a laser could be the next data storage technology of choice.
Suitable for inspecting electronics, the Evo Cam II digital inspection microscope makes image capture and documentation simple and fast.
NI has announced FlexLogger configuration-based data-logging software for validation testing. With intuitive workflows and integrated data management, the software helps automotive test departments quickly capture well-documented data to verify system functionality in real-world conditions and comply with strict government regulations.
Artila Electronics' Aport-214PG FreeRTOS programmable device server is powered by a 32-bit Atmel SAM4E16E 120 MHz Arm Cortex-M4 processor which is equipped with 256 KB SRAM, 3 MB Flash and a FreeRTOS real-time operating system.
Keysight Technologies' Test Asset Optimization Services offer an integrated approach that is claimed to improve return on test investment and decrease capital and operating expenses for equipment used in R&D and manufacturing.
Researchers have used a customised, low-cost 3D printer to print electronics on a real hand for the first time.