As data science continues to grow and evolve, new challenges are cropping up that companies must address as they move projects forward.
New sensor technology should allow for infrared cameras just one-eighth the size of previous models to be able to take detailed images even at night or at a distance.
Seeking a solution for comfortable wearable electronics, Chinese researchers have developed a way to simply print flexible fibres onto transitional textiles or clothes.
Thermo Fisher Scientific has released its latest focused ion beam scanning electron microscope (FIB-SEM) for nanometre-scale materials characterisation and analysis, the Thermo Scientific Helios 5 DualBeam microscope.
A new quantum computer program can detect the presence of 'leakage', where information being processed by a quantum computer escapes from the states of 0 and 1.
NetComm has expanded its Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) portfolio with the launch of the NTC-220 4G LTE Category 1 Industrial IoT Router, which will deliver secure medium-bandwidth connectivity using universally available LTE networks.
Researchers are developing an eco-friendly, 3D-printable solution for producing wireless IoT sensors that can be used and disposed of without contaminating the environment.
A powerful new tool could help manufacturers spot defects or unwanted features in everyday technology — such as mobile phones and solar cells — early in the fabrication process.
While nanotechnology is not everybody's first thought when they think of the IoT, there are ways in which nanotechnology is helping to propel this area of data optimisation.
Using a digital microscope instead of traditional magnification tools to repair defective boards will improve the operator's user experience and pave the way for more efficient quality control.