Blog: Design
Using jet fuel as a means to power five gas turbines, the suit can propel pilots about 40 mph for up to eight minutes and can generate more than 1,000 horsepower.
On-Demand Webinars: Unmanned Systems

Engineers of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) must strike a balance between performance and safety. 4D radar systems will bring additional challenges including higher RF reflection...

White Papers: Test & Measurement
Only one surface measurement can tell: Will a steel fender and an aluminum door match after painting… Could you?

For automotive paint, surface texture at each step in the painting process can decide the final paint quality. But a...

White Papers: Electronics & Computers
Application Note: Loudspeaker Rub and Buzz Measurements

When designing acoustic products, the speaker driver itself needs to go through quality assurance testing then again once the driver is implemented into the final product. Amongst the...

Quiz: Manufacturing & Prototyping
Artificial intelligence (AI) adoption is gradually increasing across industries. How much do you know about AI in manufacturing? Take this quiz to find out.
On-Demand Webinars: Automotive

The development of complex, multi-domain systems requires coordination across a technically diverse group of contributors. If these systems are expensive to build, test,...

Blog: Electronics & Computers
Engineers have created new high-power electronic devices that are more energy efficient than their predecessors.
Upcoming Webinars: Defense

For the past 75 years, the U.S. Air Force has pushed the boundaries of technology. From breaking the sound barrier to the establishment of the Space Force, cutting-edge innovations...

White Papers: Design
Response Time of Semiconductor Photodiodes

The effect of displacement currents due to dielectric relaxation of majority carriers in the charge-neutral region of a semiconductor photodiode is discussed. The dielectric relaxation is often...

White Papers: Sensors/Data Acquisition
Ultrasonics Might Be the Solution You're Looking for

Many already know the benefits of using ultrasonics for non-contact level measurement, but what they don’t know is that when designed, engineered, and produced optimally, they can go far...

Blog: Green Design & Manufacturing
According to the NASA Earth Observatory, air temperatures on Earth have been rising since the Industrial Revolution. Here is a suggestion about one way that engineers could help reduce the problems caused by that in their everyday work.
On-Demand Webinars: Automotive

China and the United Nations have mandated that battery electric vehicles provide a 5-minute window for passengers to exit the vehicle after detection of thermal runaway....

Briefs: Sensors/Data Acquisition
Using state-of-the-art indium phosphide transistors and a basic computer and mirrors, researchers were able to produce images of concealed bodies.
Blog: Robotics, Automation & Control
Engineers have installed tiny electronic “brains” on solar-powered robots so that the machines can walk autonomously, sans external control.
Quiz: Wearables
See how much you know about wearable technology and the progress it has made.
Briefs: Sensors/Data Acquisition
Incorporating new green-light absorbing transparent organic photodetectors into organic-silicon hybrid image sensors could be useful for applications such as light-based heart-rate monitoring, fingerprint recognition and devices that detect the presence of nearby objects
White Papers: Manufacturing & Prototyping
Tremec Mexico Reduces Shop Floor Gauging Time of Daimler Parts by 85% with Equator™ Gauges

At the Tremec Queretaro plant near Mexico City, transmission systems are produced for Daimler, Volvo, GM, John Deere, and CNH. Tremec decided that...

White Papers: Automotive
Beyond Battery Cycling

As automotive battery technologies continue to advance, battery testing is a critical step in the process of bringing a vehicle to market, particularly for hybrid and battery electric vehicles. Lifecycling is an...

On-Demand Webinars: Automotive

Growing electronic/electrical (E/E) architecture complexity and software content in modern vehicles has propelled the use of virtualization-based testing to develop and...

Q&A: Green Design & Manufacturing
Ben Ollis and a team of engineers from Oak Ridge National Laboratory are creating a novel orchestrator tool to manage a cluster of microgrids so they can directly support and communicate with each other, making them more resilient during long power outages. It is being installed as a demonstration project in the small town of Adjuntas in the Central Mountains of Puerto Rico.
On-Demand Webinars: Power

Growing charging network capabilities have fomented electric vehicles (EV) acceptance. The need for safe, interoperable, and liability-reduced charging systems...

White Papers: Automotive
ACRYLITE® Creates Striking Illuminated Details in the Interiors of the New SEAT Ibiza and SEAT Arona

Spanish car manufacturer SEAT gave its popular Ibiza compact car and Arona compact SUV models a facelift in 2021. The most striking changes...

White Papers: Automotive
Designing Connectivity for Ethernet-Powered Applications in Industrial and Commercial Transportation

The data-driven safety and infotainment applications that populate passenger vehicles are quickly becoming must-haves in industrial and...

NASA Spinoff: Robotics, Automation & Control
Aquanaut, built on lessons from NASA’s robot astronaut, will cut costs for ocean industries.
Quiz: Power
Do you know how far the battery has advanced since its inception? Find out with our quiz below.
White Papers: Aerospace
Spirit AeroSystems Ready to Meet Hypersonics Industrial Challenge

Spirit AeroSystems is making significant advances in meeting the challenge of providing the next generation of high-temperature solutions to support the development and...

INSIDER: Electronics & Computers

The silicon-based computer chips that power our modern devices require vast amounts of energy to operate. Despite ever-improving computing efficiency, information...

INSIDER: Electronics & Computers

An international team of researchers has designed and built a chip that runs computations directly in memory and can run a wide variety of AI applications — all at a fraction of the energy...

INSIDER: Test & Measurement

To continue making smartphones, laptops, and other devices more powerful, yet energy efficient, industry is intensely focused on identifying promising...