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In 2018, the global BLDC motors market was estimated to be worth $6.21 billion, having grown at a CAGR of roughly 9.4% since 2015. BLDC motors also known as electronically... More
Feb 13, 2019 By Nnamdi Anyadike
Arduino boards are nifty microcontrollers appropriate for a smattering of uses. Beginners may start with blinking an LED, while more advanced users can use Arduino boards for... More
Feb 12, 2019 By Moe Long
Pulses of light only one-quintillionth of a second long are to image the motion of an electron as a first step to understanding electron behaviour to enable petahertz... More
Feb 11, 2019 By Rob Coppinger
Munich headquartered Osram Opto Semiconductors GmbH is launching two new infrared LEDs (IRED), keyless biometric identification devices for automotive use this spring: the Synios... More
Feb 6, 2019 By Nnamdi Anyadike
Inertial measurement units (IMUs) are to be used to develop high definition maps for autonomous driving to avoid the mapping problems caused by bad weather or the loss of... More
Feb 5, 2019 By Rob Coppinger
Tiny gears that twist light will enable optical computing with a huge bandwidth when 250,000 of them are printed on one square millimetre of a microchip. Lasers on a microchip are... More
Feb 1, 2019 By Rob Coppinger
Without electricity you wouldn't be reading this article. Your device would be dead and the article couldn't have been written electronically and then Internet-posted. For us... More
Jan 31, 2019 By Paul Whytock
Instruments that were once bulky are now increasingly miniaturised and this is giving rise to sensors that can gauge shapes in real-time. Key players include: Infineon... More
Jan 30, 2019 By Nnamdi Anyadike
Keeping up with Moore's Law has challenged the semiconductor fabrication sector for decades. While development of twice-as-fast CPUs has stumbled in the past few years, Moore's... More
Jan 29, 2019 By Christian Cawley
A polymer that would enable a doubling of energy efficiency of existing organic electronics has been developed, enabling a much wider use of the technology. Organic light emitting... More
Jan 28, 2019 By Rob Coppinger
The Internet of Things (IoT) is coming. You've heard about how it will let your fridge manage the temperature of its contents, and let your doors and windows communicate to keep... More
Jan 25, 2019 By Christian Cawley
Display interface technology is everywhere today, from the small coffee machine to the big stadium screen. However, with the advent of 5G and the internet enabled home it is set... More
Jan 22, 2019 By Nnamdi Anyadike

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