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Find your way to electronica

electronica 2014

Find your way to electronica

Every two years the electronics industry meets in Munich. But the way to the fairground can be tricky and cumbersome. Taxis are a rare commodity, the fare system of Munich's public transport is complicated – and a strike of Germany's train drivers looms. We tell you how to find your way. lesen...

The Light in a new Shape

OLED lighting

The Light in a new Shape

BMBF-funded joint project R2D2 will start in November 2014 aiming at the investigation of production-related processes and technologies for the manufacturing of flexible OLED. lesen...

Mobile diagnostic Laboratory for the Home

Sensor Platform

Mobile diagnostic Laboratory for the Home

Fraunhofer FIT demonstrates a mobile wireless system that monitors the health of elderly people in their own homes, using miniature sensors. Besides non-invasive sensors this platform integrates technology to take a blood sample and to determine specific markers in the patient's blood. lesen...

Expensive Software

Gastkommentar Jack Ganssle

Expensive Software

One wonders why we as an industry continue to flail around with poor practices that are ultimately expensive and even deadly, when there is a body of knowledge that is provably effective. lesen...

MPE adds ARM Support under Linux to its Forth Compiler

electronica 2014

MPE adds ARM Support under Linux to its Forth Compiler

Raspberry Pi and Beaglebone boards change the scenario in the Embedded Board World. As result of this customer requirement for software development, MPE – MicroProcessor Engineering has added ARM support under Linux with a new Forth Compiler, to support interactive progrogramming and incremental compiling. lesen...

Virtual Sensors render real Sensors almost obsolete

Industry 4.0

Virtual Sensors render real Sensors almost obsolete

Germany’s Industry 4.0 initiative aims to develop industrial machinery with built-in intelligence based on smart self-monitoring functions. A technology developed as part of the iMAIN project provides real-time online monitoring of unprecedented quality. The key components are virtual sensors and mathematical models. lesen...

How input Capacitance can filter your Signal

Hardware Specification

How input Capacitance can filter your Signal

Sometimes a small error has a great influence. In the following a capacitance falsify a measurement signal. The test engineers need to ensure that they have high confidence that the solution is robust. lesen...

Optimizing Energy Efficiency in Factory Production Systems

Automation

Optimizing Energy Efficiency in Factory Production Systems

The steep energy demand of electric motors forces legislative bodies and manufactures to support energy efficient systems. How can a motor drive ecosystem contribute to this industrial trend? lesen...

Needful things to enable the Internet of Things

ADLINK on SPS in Nuremberg

Needful things to enable the Internet of Things

On SPS in Nuremberg ADLINK Technology will showcase several products for cloud-based services, intelligent gateways and embedded building blocks for edge devices that enable the Internet of Things. lesen...

High-performance Film for the thermal Management of Battery Packs

electronica 2014

High-performance Film for the thermal Management of Battery Packs

Electric vehicles are still a rarity on German roads. But this is about to change considerably in the coming years. Important for the acceptance of such vehicles are the distance one can drive and the price - but also service life of the battery lesen...

3-D-Printing make more efficient Power Inverters

Electric mobility

3-D-Printing make more efficient Power Inverters

Using 3-D printing and novel semiconductors, researchers at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory have created a power inverter that could make electric vehicles lighter, more powerful and more efficient. lesen...

Sharp pictures on curved screens at a million images per second

Vision 2014

Sharp pictures on curved screens at a million images per second

Projecting images on curved screens poses a dilemma. The sharper the image, the darker it is. A novel optical approach brings brightness and sharpness together for the first time on screens of any curvature – and additionally allows about 10,000-times faster projection rates. Researchers will be presenting their technology November 4-6 at Vision 2014 in Stuttgart. (Hall 1, Booth G42) lesen...

Line camera makes magnetic field lines visible in 3D and real time

electronica 2014

Line camera makes magnetic field lines visible in 3D and real time

Fraunhofer scientists have developed a high-resolution magnetic line camera to measure and visualize magnetic fields in real time. A prototype will be on display for the first time at electronica 2014 in Munich from November 11-14 (Hall A4 / Booth 113). lesen...

Automatic 3D data conversion and 3D-MID prototyping

Beta LAYOUT

Automatic 3D data conversion and 3D-MID prototyping

At this year's Electronica trade fair in Munich (11th-14th November) with "brd-to-3D" Beta LAYOUT (Hall A2 Booth 357) presents a comprehensive 3D package for its customers. lesen...

Electromobility for the Masses

Visio.M project

Electromobility for the Masses

An attractive electric vehicle at an affordable price that provides safety and comfort combined with a reasonable driving range: that was the goal of the Visio.M project. lesen...

“Squink” to bring Electronics Prototyping to the Desktop

All-in-one circuit printer

“Squink” to bring Electronics Prototyping to the Desktop

The next big step beyond 3D printing? Three Brooklyn entrepreneurs are launching “Squink”, the world’s first all-in-one circuit printer, ideal for prototyping electronics and educational settings. lesen...

World Record in Data Transmission with smart Circuits

Wireless

World Record in Data Transmission with smart Circuits

Fewer cords, smaller antennas and quicker video transmission. This may be the result of a new type of microwave circuit that was designed at Chalmers University of Technology. The research team behind the circuits currently holds an attention-grabbing record. lesen...

Passive Embedding for higher Performance and Reliability

Passive Components

Passive Embedding for higher Performance and Reliability

The embedding and integration of passive components is making great advances. New miniaturized components designed specifically for embedding enable even more compact and reliable systems. lesen...

New Safety and Autopilot Hardware is Standard

Tesla Model S P85D

New Safety and Autopilot Hardware is Standard

The U.S. electric car pioneer Tesla unveiled the advanced Dual Motor Model S P85D and 60 D – but the previously highly screwed expectations were disappointed. lesen...

Powerful RF Generators with maximum Flexibility

High Frequency Measurement

Powerful RF Generators with maximum Flexibility

With the introduction of the new signal generator Rigol Technologies enlarges its footprint in the high frequency measurement field. After the entrance into the HF-world with the 1.5GHz and 3 GHz Spectrum Analyzer models, Rigol makes the next step towards frequency generation. lesen...

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Electric Paint Replaces the Soldering

Painting Circuits

Electric Paint Replaces the Soldering

02.02.15 - Painting circuits and sensors on any surface with Electric Paint. The electric ink is liquid wire and conductive adhesive in one. lesen...

High Interest in Power Plant for your Pocket

eZelleron

High Interest in Power Plant for your Pocket

22.01.15 - eZelleron is collecting funds on kickstarter.com for its first series production of the smallest power plant in the world. The Wilmington-based business was able to amass over 700,000 dollars within two weeks, and has already registered over 7,000 advance orders. lesen...

Around the World in a Solar Airplane

Solar Impuls 2

Around the World in a Solar Airplane

12.03.15 - Solar Impulse landed in Ahmedabad (India) after crossing the Arabian Sea, completing the longest distance ever flown by a solar airplane in aviation history. lesen...

New Formula One season gaining momentum

Cooling Solutions

New Formula One season gaining momentum

10.03.15 - Fan specialist ebm-papst from Baden-Württemberg's Mulfingen will be supporting the successful MERCEDES AMG PETRONAS Formula One Team once again in the coming season. lesen...

What requirements do relays in e-mobiles have to fulfill

Relay

What requirements do relays in e-mobiles have to fulfill

02.03.15 - Today e-mobility is one of the main topics in the automotive industry, because it stands for lower emissions, higher energy efficiency and the option to provide new high performance functions for passenger comfort. lesen...

Raspberry Pi 2 is now 6 x Faster

element14

Raspberry Pi 2 is now 6 x Faster

02.02.15 - The new Raspberry Pi™ 2 Model B is available to buy today from element14, priced at $35. It is six times faster than the previous model and now boasts 1GB of RAM to run bigger and more powerful projects. lesen...

Infineon Completes Record-Takeover

International Rectifier

Infineon Completes Record-Takeover

20.01.15 - Infineon Technologies announced the closing of the acquisition of International Rectifier. The company based in El Segundo has become part of Infineon following the approval of all necessary regulatory authorities and International Rectifier’s shareholders lesen...

Award for the Best EV Solutions

New Economy Award 2014

Award for the Best EV Solutions

21.01.15 - The New Economy Award is organized by World News Media Group and recognizes companies and entities that are taking the world forward. lesen...

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