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2013-04-18 Samsung Thales to build mounted land mine detector
Samsung's aerospace and defence technologies arm will work with Novelda for the development of vehicle-mounted land mine detector using the latter's nanoscale impulse radar system.
2014-10-08 Gold mine for start-ups: Tech inventors take to Kickstarter
Design and tech projects make up 25 per cent of the total campaigns on crowdfunding site Kickstarter and account for 30 per cent of funds raised, giving rise to start-ups.
2001-06-18 Detecting mine explosions with rate-of-change alarms for quick emergency response
This application note reports the importance of Acromag's 812A-0200 IntelliPack alarm and MIE Industrial Dust Sensor (IDS-10) in detecting mine explosions with rate-of-change alarms.
2014-04-21 Chip vendors attempt to mine DIY community with $99 boards
The industry is seeing a trend involving a growing support by chip vendors for the DIY communityproviding reference designs on single computer boards and profiting from it. As it is, there appears a long way to go before vendors can leverage the potential of these 'makers'.
2002-10-18 SatCon to design power converter for U.S. Navy
SatCon Technology Corp. has been awarded a $1.1 million contract from EDO Corp., Marine and Aircraft Systems, for the design and development of a power converter for a new mine sweeping system for the U.S. Navy.
2003-06-06 Green Hills software to power Boeing system
Green Hills Software Inc. has announced that Boeing has selected its MULTI IDE system for the latter's LMRS.
2014-10-14 Thales opens innovation hub in Singapore
The hub is working on projects covering maritime security, smart city solutions, mine counter measures and air traffic management. With the launch of the R&D centre, Thales said it will be looking at the local workforce for professionals, including engineers, to build its talent pool.
2007-08-31 Sumitomo leads silica mining JV in Australia
Sumitomo, Sumitomo Australia, Cominex and KCM have put up the Tasmanian Advanced Minerals Pty Ltd, a JV firm that will mine high-purity silica flour in Tasmania and process it as LCD glass substrate.
2003-04-21 India seeks global role in embedded software
Indian software companies are stepping up embedded-software development to mine a promising business vein.
2006-08-25 Copper prices rise amid BHP labor dispute
The ongoing labor strike at BHP Billiton Ltd's copper mine in Chile has made the electronics industry start worrying about copper supply and pricing.
2015-02-16 World's greatest cars: Is yours on the list?
Much more than being able to carry us from point A to point B, today's cars have transformed from being a simple means of transportation into something short of science fiction contraptions.
2015-07-14 Why the Apple Watch won me over
Amid the barrage of attacks directed towards the Apple Watch, one blogger intends to set things straight to put things in perspective as regards the smartwatch from Apple.
2016-01-04 What awaits the electronics industry this 2016?
The desktop, notebook, smartphone and tablet markets are expected to carry on this 2016, but none will bring significant growth in this year.
2009-09-03 Vietnam aims to boost mobile industry
Telecoms in Vietnam gets a boost with a growth conference being organized by the NIICS and Frost & Sullivan.
2015-03-19 Unified platform for Internet of Things 'not needed'
A number of standards operating under the helm of IoT are, for quite some time, finding increasing adoption not only on the consumer level, but also in large-scale government and industrial applications.
2004-01-15 Transmeta, Via take embedded tack
Markets outside of the late-adopting U.S. for personal appliances, media appliances and non-PC computing devices are growing this year.
2014-11-04 Times Ten: TSMC takes FinFET lead, October spooky projections
Every month, our editors look at the hottest news items, and we let you know if you have to catch up on them. From fast-charging batteries to mergers and acquisitions in the semiconductor industry, here's what you might have missed in October.
2014-10-22 TI's solid upside defies Microchip's gloomy forecast
Texas Instruments' net income rose 31 per cent from a year earlier to $826 million, and revenue rose 8 per cent to $3.5 billion. The solid results came 10 days after Microchip's CEO warned of "another industry correction" in the offing.
2007-04-02 TI Fellow details digital micromirror apps
Larry Hornbeck, Emmy winner for his invention of the digital micromirror device, told EE Times that TI has still more applications up its sleeve for the digital micromirror.
2005-07-07 The other computer inside
At one point in its history, Cirrus Logic made so many PC peripheral chips that its glossy annual report referred to itself as "The Other Computer Inside". At its height, Cirrus was taking close to $1 billion in revenues from the PC market.
2014-10-27 Start 'em young: Engaging future engineers in science, technology
Many initiatives are underway to engage the next generation of engineers and innovators in science and technology.
2005-01-17 Sorting out smart trash
It's a term for giving our waste stream enough intelligence to identify itself, assist in its own sorting and recycling process, and prevent the wrong stuff from ending up somewhere it can do harm.
2008-10-16 Setting the stage for 3DTV
Stereoscopic 3DTV could be the next home entertainment blockbuster, the logical sequel to today's high-definition flat-screen TVs. But the path to 3DTV winds through more twists and turns than the road to the Emerald City, passing through forests of alternative file formats, compression schemes, display technologies and patents.
2002-06-18 Sensotec load cells range up to 3 million pounds
The MPB series of compression load cells from Sensotec Inc. is available in sizes ranging from 25.4mm to 355.6mm and diameter of 31.75mm to 254mm, with capacities ranging from 15,000lbs to 3 million lbs.
2014-04-28 Sensors cross the megapixel threshold
The CMOS image sensor race in applications ranging from automotive to sports analytics and food inspections moves beyond the megapixel battle and is defined by a more complex criteria including frame rates, sensitivity, integration time, and light sources.
2012-08-10 Samsung shows Apple's emails
When covering multibillion dollar patent infringement cases like that of Apple vs. Samsung, emails of industry executives are made public. et's start with the short message that's generated a lot of buzz...
2015-06-11 Realising true FPGA-based verification
The scale of the latest FPGA technology is making that valuable emulator speed-up possible, but without the capital and operating expense associated with the big-box.
2010-10-27 Rare earth issues trouble industry
The potential problem of China's monopoly on rare earthsminerals, metals and their oxides C has become reality with the country's move to reduce export quotas for 2H 10.
2015-03-16 Programme aims to increase supply of conflict-free minerals
After nearly four years, two Solutions for Hope pilot programmes have successfully injected more than 165 metric tons of verified conflict-free coltan into the global supply chain.
2008-02-07 Panel pot with cermet offers 6W power rating at 50C
Vishay Intertechnology has announced what it claims is the industry's first power panel potentiometer with a cermet element to feature a 6W power rating at 50C.
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