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Briefs : Sensors/Data Acquisition
Wind Event Warning System
Wind Event Warning System

NASA Langley Research Center developed a wind event warning technology that provides a practical early warning system (5-10 minutes) for a severe change in the wind vector. Events such as gusts, shear, microbursts,...

Wind Event Warning System
NASA Spinoff : Materials
Phase-Change Coating Absorbs Heat from Rockets, Pipes, and Beer
Phase-Change Coating Absorbs Heat from Rockets, Pipes, and Beer
The material used on a shuttle's rocket boosters has several terrestrial applications.
Phase-Change Coating Absorbs Heat from Rockets, Pipes, and Beer
Articles : Electronics & Computers
Products of Tomorrow: November 2019
Products of Tomorrow: November 2019

This column presents technologies that have applications in commercial areas, possibly creating the products of tomorrow. To learn more about each technology, see the contact information provided for that...

Products of Tomorrow: November 2019
Articles : Sensors/Data Acquisition
The 6 Most Important Parts of a Temperature Monitoring System
The 6 Most Important Parts of a Temperature Monitoring System
Make the best selection for your hospital, clinic, or life science organization.
The 6 Most Important Parts of a Temperature Monitoring System
Briefs : Sensors/Data Acquisition
Motion-Powered, Fireproof Sensor
Motion-Powered, Fireproof Sensor

Researchers have created a motion-powered, fireproof sensor that can track the movements of firefighters, steelworkers, miners, and others who work in high-risk environments where they cannot always be seen....

Motion-Powered, Fireproof Sensor
Articles : Photonics/Optics
Bringing Precision Anamorphic Micro-Optics to Consumer-Level Laser Applications
Bringing Precision Anamorphic Micro-Optics to Consumer-Level Laser Applications
Laser illumination is scaling in a new direction.
Bringing Precision Anamorphic Micro-Optics to Consumer-Level Laser Applications
Articles : Manufacturing & Prototyping
2019 'Create the Future' Consumer Products Category Winner: Livox
2019 'Create the Future' Consumer Products Category Winner: Livox
Through Livox, non-verbal people can speak, learn how to read and write, and understand abstract concepts.
2019 'Create the Future' Consumer Products Category Winner: Livox
Briefs : Photonics/Optics
Mathematical Technique Quickly Tunes Next-Generation Lenses
Mathematical Technique Quickly Tunes Next-Generation Lenses

Most of us know optical lenses as curved, transparent pieces of plastic or glass, designed to focus light for microscopes, spectacles, cameras, and more. For the most part, a...

Mathematical Technique Quickly Tunes Next-Generation Lenses
5 Ws : Wearables
5 Ws of the E-Tattoo for Heart Monitoring
5 Ws of the E-Tattoo for Heart Monitoring
A new wearable could make heart health monitoring easier and more accurate than existing electrocardiograph machines.
5 Ws of the E-Tattoo for Heart Monitoring
Application Briefs : Test & Measurement
Quantitative Analysis of Raw Milk Using Spectral Sensors
Quantitative Analysis of Raw Milk Using Spectral Sensors
Measuring milk components has become very crucial for the dairy industry.
Quantitative Analysis of Raw Milk Using Spectral Sensors
Briefs : Photonics/Optics
Researchers Turn off Backscattering, Aim to Improve Optical Data Transmission
Researchers Turn off Backscattering, Aim to Improve Optical Data Transmission

Engineers at the University of Illinois have found a way to redirect misfit light waves to reduce energy loss during optical data transmission. In a study,...

Researchers Turn off Backscattering, Aim to Improve Optical Data Transmission
Articles : Sensors/Data Acquisition
2019 'Create the Future' Aerospace & Defense Category Winner: A Morphing, Foldable Drone
2019 'Create the Future' Aerospace & Defense Category Winner: A Morphing, Foldable Drone

The Foldable Drone: a Morphing Quadrotor that can Squeeze and Fly

Davide Falanga, Kevin Kleber, Stefano Mintchev, Dario Floreano, and Davide...
2019 'Create the Future' Aerospace & Defense Category Winner: A Morphing, Foldable Drone
Application Briefs : Aerospace
A Vision-Based Lunar Navigator for Next-Generation Landers
A Vision-Based Lunar Navigator for Next-Generation Landers
Learn about the Draper Multi-Environment Navigator.
A Vision-Based Lunar Navigator for Next-Generation Landers
Briefs : Semiconductors & ICs
Diamond Technology Enables Low-Cost Medical Imaging
Diamond Technology Enables Low-Cost Medical Imaging

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) machines are employed to locate cancerous tumors and aid in the development of treatment plans, while nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) machines are used to...

Diamond Technology Enables Low-Cost Medical Imaging
Articles : Photonics/Optics
Expanding Traditional Machine Vision With High-Speed Digital Imaging
Expanding Traditional Machine Vision With High-Speed Digital Imaging
Machine vision systems shed light on processes too small or too fast to see with the human eye.
Expanding Traditional Machine Vision With High-Speed Digital Imaging
Blog : AR/AI
Creating the Future: Livox Simplifies Communication for People with Disabilities
Creating the Future: Livox Simplifies Communication for People with Disabilities
Livox uses machine learning to ease communication.
Creating the Future: Livox Simplifies Communication for People with Disabilities
Blog : Photonics/Optics
Acting Like Bees, Tiny Drones Find Their Way Through Unknown Environments
Acting Like Bees, Tiny Drones Find Their Way Through Unknown Environments
A minimal, map-less approach to drone navigation takes after the bee.
Acting Like Bees, Tiny Drones Find Their Way Through Unknown Environments
On-Demand Webinars : Software
Modeling Microfluidic Devices with COMSOL Multiphysics®

Learn how to enhance your modeling and design processes for lab-on-a-chip and organ-on-a-chip devices, or any other microfluidic systems, in this webinar featuring consulting firm Veryst Engineering.

On-Demand Webinars : Software
NVH Simulation for Electric/Connected-Vehicle Development and Analysis

With vehicle electrification expanding, there is less noise coming from the driveline. Electrification creates quieter vehicles, and quieter vehicles require more attention to noise, vibration, and harshness (NVH) attenuation. This one-hour Technical Webinar from the editors...

On-Demand Webinars : Electronics & Computers
How to Make Sure More Electronics in Autonomous Vehicles Won't Mean More Problems

It’s expected that self-driving cars, compared to current vehicles, will see a massive increase in the amount of electronics used, from the addition of cameras, radars, LiDARs, and other perception devices, to the multiplication of ECUs, and the wiring challenges...

Blog : Automotive
A Standalone AC Battery Begins with a Cathode, an Anode, and a 'Biode'
A Standalone AC Battery Begins with a Cathode, an Anode, and a 'Biode'
The 'Biode' saves power by eliminating the need for AC/DC conversion.
A Standalone AC Battery Begins with a Cathode, an Anode, and a 'Biode'
White Papers : Electronics & Computers
Thermal Modeling for High Power Charging of Electric Vehicles

Powertrain electrification, automation and increasing autonomy and the emergence of new mobility business models are the three dominant worldwide trends that are shaping the transformation to the next generation of mobility.

Question of the Week : Sensors/Data Acquisition
Will ‘Print-in-Place’ Electronics Become a Mainstream Medical Tool?

The Duke University team says its “print-in-place” advancement could lead to embedded electronic tattoos and custom bandages with patient-specific biosensors.

White Papers : Software
ETQ White Paper: Supplier Quality is Only as Strong as Your Weakest Link

As your supplier list grows, so does the looming risk of a supplier quality failure. With even one recall able to decimate stock value and brand reputation, organizations must proactively manage supplier quality.

Blog : Electronics & Computers
AUSA 2019: A Really Cool Computer
AUSA 2019: A Really Cool Computer
Ben Sharfi, CEO of General Micro Systems (GMS), says he has the Product of the Year. Do you agree?
AUSA 2019: A Really Cool Computer
News : Aerospace
AUSA 2019: Eyes in the Sky
AUSA 2019: Eyes in the Sky
It just wouldn’t be a military technology show without a few drones on display.
AUSA 2019: Eyes in the Sky
Blog : Electronics & Computers
AUSA 2019: Military Preps for Open Sensor Standards
AUSA 2019: Military Preps for Open Sensor Standards
SOSA, the Sensor Open Systems Architecture Consortium, held a press conference on Monday afternoon at AUSA 2019.
AUSA 2019: Military Preps for Open Sensor Standards
White Papers : Electronics & Computers
Revolutionize Your Design and Test Workflow

Agile software development profoundly transformed software development in the 1900s. Far more than a process; Agile created a new way to work.

Question of the Week : Energy
Will Wave-Powered Desalination Catch On?

Today's lead INSIDER story demonstrated how ocean waves can be used to turn seawater into freshwater.

Blog : Energy
Create the Future: Water Desalination, Powered by Waves
Create the Future: Water Desalination, Powered by Waves
Inventor Olivier Ceberio found a new way to turn ocean waves into fresh water.
Create the Future: Water Desalination, Powered by Waves