Sensor Technology : Sensors/Data Acquisition
Taking a City’s Pulse with Moveable Sensors
Taking a City’s Pulse with Moveable Sensors
Suppose you have 10 taxis in Manhattan. What portion of the borough’s streets do they cover in a typical day?
Taking a City’s Pulse with Moveable Sensors
Sensor Technology : Sensors/Data Acquisition
The Many Uses of Inductive Position Sensors in the IIoT
The Many Uses of Inductive Position Sensors in the IIoT
We interviewed an industry expert about the role of inductive position sensors in the IIoT.
The Many Uses of Inductive Position Sensors in the IIoT
Articles : Electronics & Computers
Energy Harvesting for Smart Home Sensing
Energy Harvesting for Smart Home Sensing
The key to acceptance and adoption of a "smart home" will be enhancing total ease of ownership.
Energy Harvesting for Smart Home Sensing
White Papers : Energy
Introduction to Electromagnetic Compatibility

Electromagnetic Compatibility is becoming more and more significant, especially in light of continually evolving EMC legislation and as such has become an important aspect in the design of electronic equipment and systems.

On-Demand Webinars : Software
The Future of Modeling is Here

Ever since the first days of space flight, mathematical modeling that simulates processes, devices, and other physical phenomena has become an integral part of the research and development of engineering designs. However, it has also been restricted to engineers who are experts in the physics being modeled, the...

Blog : Mechanical & Fluid Systems
Answering Your Questions: With EV Battery Assembly, Why Adhesives Over Fasteners?
Answering Your Questions: With EV Battery Assembly, Why Adhesives Over Fasteners?
A reader asks an industry expert why adhesives are a better option for battery assembly in electric vehicles.
Answering Your Questions: With EV Battery Assembly, Why Adhesives Over Fasteners?
On-Demand Webinars : Materials
Material Solutions for e-Mobility

Long-term growth projections for electric vehicles (EVs) and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs) are fueling research in electronic and battery technology with the aim of improving safety, extending lifespan, enhancing performance, and lowering cost. These challenging and sometimes conflicting requirements...

Blog : Sensors/Data Acquisition
How to Make a Transistor – From Thread
How to Make a Transistor – From Thread

Tufts University engineers are making transistors from a material you’re more likely to see in a fabric store than in the field of electronics.

How to Make a Transistor – From Thread
White Papers : Defense
Bundled White Papers: Strategies to Manage Obsolescence in Aerospace and Defense Test

Test engineers spend as much as 50 percent of their time (or even more in some cases) actively dealing with obsolescence in their test program sets. Read about different solutions in the marketplace to help you overcome the challenges you face today. Also...

Question of the Week : Nanotechnology
Beyond Camouflage, Do You See Other Applications for Artificial ‘Chameleon Skin?’

A Cambridge University team developed an artificial "chameleon skin" that changes color when exposed to light. The material supports a range of applications, including active camouflage, large-scale dynamic displays, and maybe even medical diagnostics.

White Papers : Wearables
GORE® PYRAD® Self-Extinguishing Fabric Technology

GORE® PYRAD® fabric technology is uniquely engineered to extinguish flames as they are encountered. After being exposed to heat and flames, the laminate maintains its physical integrity and continues providing protection to the wearer.

INSIDER : Sensors/Data Acquisition
Wearable Motion Sensors Could Save Unborn Babies
Wearable Motion Sensors Could Save Unborn Babies

A technique was developed that could allow expectant parents to hear their baby’s heartbeat continuously at home with a non-invasive and safe device that is potentially more accurate than...

Wearable Motion Sensors Could Save Unborn Babies
Motion Design : Mechanical & Fluid Systems
Mini Stretchable Pump for Soft Robots
Mini Stretchable Pump for Soft Robots

Most soft robots are actuated by rigid, noisy pumps that push fluids into the machines’ moving parts. Because they are connected to these bulky pumps by tubes, these robots have limited autonomy and...

Mini Stretchable Pump for Soft Robots
White Papers : Medical
How to Solve Customer OEM Sensor Problems

HBM provides custom-engineered solutions for a wide variety of OEM applications. This paper will explain the process behind a custom designed sensor solution from initial scope to performance definition, through the design and build cycle, to verification and validation. The basics of a strain gage based...

On-Demand Webinars : Materials
Lightweighting with Composites and Plastics

The automotive and aerospace industries, in particular, are increasingly looking for innovations that reduce weight, resulting in greater fuel efficiency. From car bumpers to airplane interiors, composites and plastics are being used more commonly for functional components that are lightweight and...

Tech Talks : Electronics & Computers
Harness Architectures: The Link Between Physical and Logical

The volume of electronics in vehicles is growing exponentially as more and more technology is added. This has in turn added complexity to the way electronic sub-systems in a vehicle are connected to each other. While tools exist to help design the wiring within a vehicle, there is...

Blog : Imaging
When Exposed to Light, Artificial 'Chameleon Skin' Changes Color
When Exposed to Light, Artificial 'Chameleon Skin' Changes Color
"Actually it was not something we really planned!" Dr. Andrew Salmon told Tech Briefs.
When Exposed to Light, Artificial 'Chameleon Skin' Changes Color
White Papers : Defense
HydraLok™ Advanced Desiccant: A New Tool in the War on Moisture and Humidity

Moisture is the silent killer of munitions and sensitive electronics. AGM’s HydraLok™ Advanced Desiccant is a dense, shapeable, desiccant that provides superior moisture adsorption throughout a wide range of temperatures. It’s strong enough to be used as a...

Blog : Materials
Answering Your Questions: Will Glazing Requirements Change When Vehicles Go Autonomous?
Answering Your Questions: Will Glazing Requirements Change When Vehicles Go Autonomous?
How much does windshield glazing matter when cars drive themselves?
Answering Your Questions: Will Glazing Requirements Change When Vehicles Go Autonomous?
Question of the Week : Materials
Will Comfort-Adjusting Clothing Catch On?

Researchers from the University of Maryland have created a fabric that automatically regulates the amount of heat passing through. The engineered yarn expands and collapses based on temperature and humidity, cooling and warming a wearer as needed. What do you think?

Blog : Data Acquisition
A Mars Mystery Continues, As Study Rules Out Wind Erosion’s Role in Methane Spikes
A Mars Mystery Continues, As Study Rules Out Wind Erosion’s Role in Methane Spikes
Researchers from Newcastle University continue to explore the source of Mars' mysterious methane.
A Mars Mystery Continues, As Study Rules Out Wind Erosion’s Role in Methane Spikes
White Papers : Medical
EU MDR and the Impact on Chemical Substances in Medical Products

Jitter is a common way to express performance of a clock circuit. Learn how to interpret timing and jitter measurements, and how advanced jitter measurements can improve timing characterization and troubleshooting. Get a brief orientation of simple timing analysis measurements on...

White Papers : Aerospace
Additive Manufacturing for Aircraft Interiors

Additive manufacturing (AM) processes and materials pose real benefits for the aerospace industry through manufacturing, performance and supply chain improvements. However, qualification of AM aircraft parts is a challenging endeavor.

Blog : Sensors/Data Acquisition
AI and Agriculture: How to Spot Bad Bananas — With a Phone
AI and Agriculture: How to Spot Bad Bananas — With a Phone
The Tumaini app will could help farmers spot pests and disease before it's too late.
AI and Agriculture: How to Spot Bad Bananas — With a Phone
White Papers : Semiconductors & ICs
Calibre in the Cloud: Unlocking Massive Scaling and Cost Efficiencies

Cloud processing provides design companies an opportunity to reduce time to market and speed up innovation while maintaining or lowering operating costs. As companies look to leverage cloud capacity for faster turnaround times on advanced process node designs, they can be...

White Papers : Design
ETQ Quality Guide: Time to Drop Paper and Spreadsheet-based Processes

Does your organization still rely on paper, spreadsheets or other manual processes to manage quality? If so, there's significant hidden cost and risk. Now is the time to leave these manual processes behind.

White Papers : Mechanical & Fluid Systems
Technology and Benefits of Linear Position Sensors with Advanced Inductive Technology

This white paper describes new and improved technology that offers engineers specific advantages in speed, accuracy and reliability over previous linear position measurement technologies including magnetostrictive and prior inductive technologies.

The...

On-Demand Webinars : Automotive
Automotive Glazing: Past, Present, and Future

The design and use of materials for automotive glazing have changed. This 60-minute Webinar explores the backdrop of dynamic design trends and performance requirements over the 100+ years that automobiles have been in existence. It looks at the early days in the auto industry and what the word...

On-Demand Webinars : Sensors/Data Acquisition
SOSA and Its Impact on OpenVPX

The new Sensor Open System Architecture (SOSA) being spearheaded by the Air Force, Army, and Navy seeks to develop standards and architectures that provide uniformity, interoperability, and open architectures while simultaneously driving down procurement and operational costs for new C4ISR platforms.

Blog : Propulsion
Answering Your Questions: What Kind of Spacecraft Will Bring Astronauts to the Moon in 2024?
Answering Your Questions: What Kind of Spacecraft Will Bring Astronauts to the Moon in 2024?
Lockheed Martin's Rob Chambers is working on a spacecraft that will bring astronauts back to the lunar surface.
Answering Your Questions: What Kind of Spacecraft Will Bring Astronauts to the Moon in 2024?

Webcasts

Upcoming Webinars: Robotics, Automation & Control

Using Portable Scenarios and Coverage Metrics to Ensure...

Upcoming Webinars: Robotics, Automation & Control

Impact of Autonomous and Electric Vehicles in New Product...

Upcoming Webinars: Sensors/Data Acquisition

Autonomous Vehicles Sensors: How to Ensure They Work Well and...

Upcoming Webinars: Automotive

Connectivity Solutions for Robust Data Transmission in Future...

Upcoming Webinars: Transportation

Transforming the Grid: New Technologies for the Transmission and...

Upcoming Webinars: Robotics, Automation & Control

Military Robotics