Electroblog

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As more and more electronics are packed into vehicles the thermal hazard potential has risen sharply. And this has led to a growth in the market for automotive thermal fuses.... More
Sep 12, 2018 By Nnamdi Anyadike
Farms, research and development, factories… they're rarely in driving distance of a city. Often, such businesses are completely remote, perhaps cut off by landscape (moorland,... More
Sep 11, 2018 By Christian Cawley
A major technology development that could be the eco-saviour for air-polluting internal combustion engines and our planet's atmosphere is set to become a reality. Long considered,... More
Sep 10, 2018 By Paul Whytock
A superconducting quantum tunnelling capacitor is expected to solve a key problem for large-scale quantum computing. The problem is ensuring that the flow of quantum information... More
Sep 7, 2018 By Rob Coppinger
The use of intelligent racks is increasing as the real-time remote monitoring of power supplies and management of data centre infrastructure continues to grow in importance. Data... More
Sep 6, 2018 By Nnamdi Anyadike
Once limited to research laboratories and supercomputers, sophisticated artificial intelligence (AI) is today becoming a key part of consumer-grade products and services,... More
Sep 4, 2018 By Mark Patrick
Smart cities need smart technology to improve the lives of its residents and to streamline the whole operation and maintenance of urban infrastructure. And while you can’t... More
Sep 3, 2018 By Stefan Berggren
The ending of the UK government’s main renewable energy support scheme in April 2019 might, in most circumstances, be expected to provide a serious blow to the UK’s renewable... More
Aug 30, 2018 By Nnamdi Anyadike
Hackers could be stopped intercepting transmitted data with a transmitter that changes its frequency with each individual 1 or 0 bit within a data packet. Hackers can intercept... More
Aug 29, 2018 By Rob Coppinger
Over recent decades, astounding engineering advances have brought us exciting new products that are ever more powerful, smaller, slimmer and lighter. The hidden price of this... More
Aug 28, 2018 By Mark Patrick
A medical implant the size of a grain of rice which is powered by radio waves from outside the body has been successfully tested opening the way to smaller longer lasting devices... More
Aug 23, 2018 By Rob Coppinger
The development of GaN (Gallium Nitride)-based electronic devices is allowing for the construction of more compact, lighter and cheaper power converters. And in the coming years,... More
Aug 22, 2018 By Nnamdi Anyadike

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