Mouser Electronics has announced MultiSIM BLUE Premium, the latest release of the MultiSIM BLUE circuit design tool. Powered by National Instruments, the product offers unlimited components within the schematic and integrated design capabilities.
MathWorks has announced updated apps for analysis and design of control systems. As part of Release 2016a (R2016a), Control System Toolbox now offers a Control System Tuner app that allows engineers to automatically tune SISO or MIMO control systems in MATLAB and Simulink.
The Kappa 2000 is a horizontal injection machine that is the dual-station version of the Kappa 1000. The product is suitable for high-volume and high-variation applications.
element14 has expanded its portfolio of AEC-Q200 qualified products with the addition of passive components from AVX, Bourns, Kemet, Murata, Panasonic and Vishay, including capacitors, resistors, inductors and other passives.
The TRIO 2 Power Supply range, from Phoenix Contact, is suitable for machine building, water operations, industrial and manufacturing plants, building services, renewable energy, ship building and process technology.
MathWorks has attained TÜV SÜD certification for its Simulink technology for use in IEC 62304-compliant development processes. The certification gives engineers designing medical devices greater confidence when using the company's model-based design tools.
A Japanese research team has demonstrated spin-to-charge current conversion by spin pumping from a ferromagnetic permalloy (Ni80Fe20) to a Cu/Bi2O3 interface. Cu/Bi2O3 is a metal/insulator interface which the researchers say will make it easier to control the spin-charge current conversion with an external electric field in the future.
STMicroelectronics has made its free development tools for STM32 microcontrollers available to Mac computer users, who can now easily create embedded designs without leaving their preferred operating environment.
Aiming to bring 'superhero technology' to life to educate and entertain the engineers of the future, Mouser Electronics has partnered with Marvel to launch the Project Heroes video series.
There's only one way to boil water, right? Apparently not. Researchers say they've discovered new ways of inducing and controlling boiling bubble formation that could make advanced electronics work better and last longer.
Australian innovation has been given a boost, with the University of Adelaide awarded $2.6 million in federal funding to establish the Australian Research Centre (ARC) Research Hub for Graphene Enabled Industry Transformation.
The car just might prove to be a compelling platform to realise the complete concept of the Internet of Everything. Within the car, people, things, data and processes can interact seamlessly within their own ecosystem, as well as with other cars and even the external cloud, via the internet.
The possibilities for medical research and treatment could get a huge boost thanks to research that's taken us one step closer to creating tiny electronic sensors and devices that can be implanted in the body and then dissolve once they've completed their task.