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Intelligence at the Edge: Bringing AI Closer to You

AI at the Edge Report. Chapter 1: Wi-Fi Analytics Services Enabling Edge AI


Rechargeable batteries are an important part of many modern-day technologies. Researchers, manufacturers and end-user companies are always looking to improve the efficiencies of batteries, making them safer, smaller, and more lightweight to fit in the requirements of new technologies

Nanotechnology Is Inspiring Next-Gen Batteries

Wevolver is how engineers stay cutting edge

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LPWA is an abbreviation for Low-Power Wide-Area. It is also referred to as Low-Power Wide-Area Network (LPWAN). LPWA is wireless communication technology that features low power consumption and wide-area and long-distance communication.

What Is Low-Power Wide-Area (LPWA) Wireless Communication?


Unmanned and autonomous vehicles are transforming mobility across various sectors by attracting significant investment and promising economic growth, despite challenges in interoperability and customer adoption.

The Future of Unmanned And Autonomous Vehicles: Advanced Interoperability, Autonomy, And Command & Control Systems


Nexa3D’s patented Lubricant Sublayer Photo-curing (LSPc) technology can print at up to 24 vertical centimeters per hour. That means more prototypes in less time.

How ultrafast resin printing accelerates design iteration and development


Immersal's Visual Positioning System (VPS) revolutionizes robotics and autonomous mobility, enhancing precision and fostering innovations in smart urban development and transportation through its partnership with Unikie.

Exploring the Future of Navigation and Automation with Immersal's Visual Positioning System


Voltera’s V-One benchtop printer is revolutionizing how electronics are developed with in-house, one-hour PCB prototyping.

Innovation at Your Benchtop: The Future of Rapid Prototyping

The Internet of Things, with its vision of linking all aspects to a global network, is currently in the process of radically reshaping our everyday experiences across various domains.

IoT communication protocols with measurements for NB-IoT

Researchers at EPFL have developed a new, uniquely modular machine learning model for flexible decision-making. It is able to input any mode of text, video, image, sound, and time-series and then output any number, or combination, of predictions.

Anything-in-anything-out: a new modular AI model

An MIT team precisely controlled an ultrathin magnet at room temperature, which could enable faster, more efficient processors and computer memories.

Researchers harness 2D magnetic materials for energy-efficient computing

Startups in the hardware industry have an uphill battle to build a product that will break through in highly competitive markets. Only half survive beyond five years.

Why Do Hardware Startups Fail?

In the automotive industry, the focus is on seamlessly integrating advanced technologies such as touchscreens, digital dashboards and driver assistance systems into the interior without compromising driving comfort or aesthetics.

Moldable and stylish: innovative metal meshes inspire designers

Have you ever wondered what an injection mould tool consists of? Explore our comprehensive guide to learn more about the ins and outs of mould tool anatomy.

Unveiling the Secrets: The Anatomy of a Mould Tool

The printed solenoids could enable electronics that cost less and are easier to manufacture — on Earth or in space.

Engineers 3D print the electromagnets at the heart of many electronics