By Martin Rowe A new technology lets engineers identify rogue devices with the speed and resolution needed to make it practical for industry and university labs.
Via:: Low-cost System Spots Fake ICs
Designed for such applications as medical and scientific imaging, surveillance, and intelligent transportation systems, the KAE-04471 and KAE-02152 from ON Semiconductor are Interline Transfer Electron Multiplication CCD (IT-EMCCD) image sensors
Via:: EMCCD sensors from ON Semiconductor target scientific imaging and surveillance
A machine vision integration directive introduced by the VDI/VDE Society Measurement and Automatic Control of the Association of German Engineers (VDI) and the VDMA has been officially recommended for use
Via:: Machine vision integration directive recognized as official G3 standard
“VarCity,” a technology platform that can create 3D city models using image data alone, can evaluate and automatically combine images from all types of sources, including aerial…
Via:: Images Alone Form a Dynamic 3D City Model
By Rick Merritt Speakers at the Imec Tech Forum discussed the outlook for machine learning, medical electronics, wired and wireless communications, and more.
Via:: 12 Views on the Future of Electronics
The generation of single photons in random polarization states from diamond could have significance in the development of quantum cryptography and the testing of fundamental problems in quantum…
Via:: Unpolarized Single Photons Generated with True Randomness
Laser World of Photonics provides a spotlight for promising newcomers, industry veterans and innovative companies. And with tens of thousands of people from countries around the globe attending the…
Via:: Interweaving Photonics Research, Industry
At one time people thought the Earth was flat, and there was no evidence presented to them to contradict that. With this belief came a limited view of their surroundings.
Via:: Life Sciences Come Alive With 3D Imaging
The Design and Prototyping Group at the University of Sheffield’s Advanced Manufacturing Research Center (AMRC) has developed a unique hybrid 3D printing process that allows electrical, optical…
Via:: AMRC Develops Hybrid 3D Printing Process
Orthopaedics developer DePuy Synthes Products Inc., part of the Johnson & Johnson, has acquired 3D printing technology from medical device company Tissue Regeneration Systems Inc. (TRS).
Via:: DePuy Synthes Products Acquires 3D Printing Technology from TRS
NewswireToday (newswire) – 2017/05/22 Vienna, Austria – New partnership brings forth ISOVOLTAIC’s innovative ICOSOLAR® CPO 3G backsheet – ISOVOLTAIC.com / BorealisGroup.com
Via:: Borealis Heightens Solar Engagement with ISOVOLTAIC
By Junko Yoshida Car companies rarely discuss behind-the-scene development work on their autonomous vehicles. The notable exception is Intel, which styles itself as a “data company.” Intel laid out how custom data center
Via:: Intel Sees Robo-car As Data Flow Issue
By R. Colin Johnson Software versions of quantum annealing that handle jobs too large for D-Wave hardware were developed at Manchester Metropolitan University and put into use at ServicePower.
Via:: Quantum Computing Uses Standard Hardware
By Mostafa AlGuezeri
Digitalization, decentralized resources and electrification of transport are transforming the energy grid in the way it is operated, developed and used by customers. These trends are blurring traditional boundaries across
Via:: Digitalization changes the face of MENA region
By Rick Merritt Imec’s chief semiconductor expert shared her views on EUV lithography, FinFETs, and what lies beyond in new transistors and memories.
Via:: 4 Views of the Silicon Road Map