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INSIDER: Unmanned Systems

Inspired by centipedes, Georgia Tech researchers have developed many-legged robots that can move across uneven surfaces without any additional sensing or control technology.

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Quiz: Energy
Limited energy resources, global warming, and air pollution are increasingly being seen as growing crises. How good is your knowledge about our renewable energy resources? Take this quiz to find out.
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White Papers: Defense
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The Inside Story on “Direct RF” Data Converters

In this interview, Rodger Hosking, Director of Sales, Mercury Systems, Inc. discusses a new generation of “Direct RF” data converters that can now digitize RF signal frequencies as high...

Articles: Software
The Las Cumbres Observatory relied on Pilz to develop safety systems for its automated telescopes. In addition to protecting people, a safety system is needed to help protect equipment in case of a malfunction.
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White Papers: Data Acquisition
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Unattended Testing – Why ‘YOU not being’ there can make all the difference!

Unattended testing is almost as common as laboratory testing. It is often a requirement to develop the laboratory test in the first place. Many of the issues...

Blog: Medical
The wearable sensor aims to help patients who suffer from muscle atrophy monitor changes to their health in a more convenient way.
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INSIDER: Photonics/Optics

Two NASA CubeSats designed to study tropical cyclones, including hurricanes and typhoons, are in orbit after a successful launch.

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INSIDER: Photonics/Optics

Researchers have developed a new light-based computing scheme that uses a photonic integrated circuit to reduce the energy necessary for cryptocurrency and...

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INSIDER: Data Acquisition

Cornell researchers have developed an optical neural network (ONN) that can filter relevant information from a scene before the visual image is detected by a camera, a method that...

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White Papers: Automotive
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Learn the Advantages of Employing Reed Technology in Automotive Designs

Today’s vehicles, whether powered by gas or electricity, are increasingly adding new electric features for safety, infotainment, and more. As a result, the automotive...

White Papers: Sensors/Data Acquisition
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5 Things You Wanted to Know about Hermetic Connectors for Commercial Space Launch Vehicles - but Were Afraid to Ask

Components designed for electronics in space face a unique set of challenges, unlike any other application. In the vacuum of...

Articles: Unmanned Systems
Researchers at Oak Ridge National Laboratory have developed a drone that can find and rapidly locate damaged utility poles.
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White Papers: Energy
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The Technology You Need to Design Safer, Longer-lasting EV Battery Packs

An EV’s electrical system needs to deliver a balance between storage capacity and energy transfer efficiency. This technical whitepaper from TE Connectivity (TE)...

White Papers: Manufacturing & Prototyping
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Going Beyond in The Medical Devices Industry: Advanced Materials With USP Class VI Certification

Biocompatibility is one of the most important factors in the Life Science industry to ensure that materials will not only withstand the...

Quiz: Data Acquisition
How much do you know about IoMT, an industry that was valued at $99.58 billion in 2022 and is expected to grow to $486.34 billion by 2031? Find out with this quiz.
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White Papers: Materials
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Certified Pure Materials: Expedite FDA Approvals for Medical Devices

A key focus of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s evaluation of a medical device’s safety and effectiveness is reviewing its material makeup. If improperly tested...

Podcasts: Robotics, Automation & Control
Professor Wolfgang Fink of University of Arizona engineers discusses a new system that allows autonomous vehicles to scout out underground habitats for astronauts.
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White Papers: Aerospace
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The Case for Modularity in Test Systems from NPI to Mass Production Test

When it comes to designing and manufacturing automated functional test systems, today’s engineers find that modularity is key. By using modular hardware,...

NASA Spinoff: Electronics & Computers
Traveling-wave tubes designed for NASA are being used not only for satellite systems but also ground applications.
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5 Ws: Electronics & Computers
A new kind of smart bandage developed at Caltech may make treatment of chronic wounds easier, more effective, and less expensive.
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White Papers: Manufacturing & Prototyping
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Fasteners Accommodate Larger & Heavier Harnesses

Avery Dennison is interviewed to get the inside story on the requirements Electrical Vehicle OEMs and Tiers now have. Avery Dennison supplies engineered fasteners and custom molded parts to...

White Papers: Automotive
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Challenges Facing the Auto Industry Now and in the Future

The next decade may be the most exciting for the automotive industry, with carmakers, suppliers and consumers all witnessing changes and advancements coming at breakneck speed.

Special Reports: Test & Measurement
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Automotive Test & Simulation - May 2023

In this compendium of articles from the editors of Automotive Engineering and Tech Briefs magazines, learn about the latest simulation and test technologies for ADAS, autonomous vehicles, EV batteries,...

Articles: Aerospace
As startups continue to make strides into space and beyond, this article spotlights 10 fast-growing startups (in no particular order) that are poised to disrupt space by bringing new innovations to market.
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Articles: Materials
According to research, polymer AM technologies are forecasted to move into a multitude of industries over the next decade, with print production growing to nearly $26 billion annually by 2030.
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Products: Software
See what's New on the Market, including eFuses, a Portable Particle Counter, a high-efficiency right angle gearmotor, graphical panel meters, and more.
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Technology Leaders: Design
An apparatus such as a wireless sensor used in a hazardous location must meet the required safety standards. Those standards are amplified when the hazardous duty is done in areas in or near explosive atmospheres.
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Technology Leaders: Connectivity
An interview with Tom Doyle, CEO and Founder of Aspinity, Pittsburgh, PA, about the company's analog machine learning chip, the AML100 analog machine learning processor.
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Articles: Sensors/Data Acquisition
Researchers have developed a way to detect bacteria, toxins, and dangerous chemicals in the environment using a biopolymer sensor that can be printed like ink on a wide range of materials.
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