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
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
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
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 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
Backed by European private equity fund Ambienta, Lakesight Technologies Holding has announced the acquisition of German machine vision company Chromasens, a developer of line scan cameras, among other technologies.
Via:: Chromasens acquired by Lakesight, joining Tattile and Mikrotron
By Dylan McGrath UK-based IP vendor sells group to design services firm for undisclosed firm.
Via:: Imagination Sells SoC Design Group
NewswireToday (newswire) – 2017/05/19 Munich, Germany – “Productive4.0”, the largest European research initiative to date in the field of Industry 4.0, was launched today at Infineon Technologies in Dresden
Via:: Infineon Launches ‘Productive4.0’ Research Project in Dresden
NewswireToday (newswire) – 2017/05/19 El Dorado, AR United States – Specialty chemicals group LANXESS has announced the successful completion of a project which increases the capacity of its Emerald Innovation
Via:: LANXESS Increases the Capacity of its Emerald Innovation 3000 Flame Retardant Production Unit
Featuring 6th generation Intel Core Skylake processors and Intel’s Q170 chipset, the ADLQ170HDS embedded single board computer (SBC) from ADL Embedded Solutions Inc. targets a variety of applications, including factory
Via:: Embedded single board computer from ADL features 6th gen Intel Core processors
By Junko Yoshida Renesas is pushing the company’s healthcare solutions. Its bio-sensing reference module, measuring 11×18 mm, coupled with software analytics, can continuously monitor blood pressure. Other home-grown technologies in the offing
Via:: Renesas Getting Healthy with Healthcare
By Junko Yoshida When Intel and Samsung joined the fray last Friday by filing amicus briefs in support of the FTC’s complaint against, matters went from bad to worse for Qualcomm
Via:: Qualcomm Takes on the World, in Court
By Kevin Krewell So far AMD is making good progress in its return to profitability, but it’s too early to raise the “mission accomplished” banner.
Via:: AMD Goes Epyc for Data Centers