Winners will be rewarded with a partnership with Growth Garage, a Business Incubator of the MCG Advanced Materials Division, valued at over $35,000.
In this episode, we talk about how a method leveraging ground data and satellite imagery can help prevent wetland losses.
Extending the Battery Life of Hearables and Wearables with Single-Inductor Multiple-Output Switching Architecture
Article #5 of Power Management for Tomorrow’s Innovations Series: Single-Inductor Multiple-Output (SIMO) architecture enables design engineers to extend the battery life, and reduce the circuit board size for hearables and wearables
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Fast design cycles, lightweighting, and manufacturing on-demand are pushing 3D printing further into the aerospace industry.
An interview with the winner of the High-Temperature Carbon-fiber 3D Printing Challenge.
Article #5 of the Enabling IoT Series. MEMS microphones can deliver high-quality sound in an ultra-small form-factor.
Article #6 of Power Management for Tomorrow’s Innovations Series: Power supplies for vehicle asset-tracking devices must be designed to operate at different voltage-current levels, be compact, and offer protection during transients and electrical faults.
This year, Murata is sponsoring the Formula Student Team from the Instituto Superior Técnico, University of Lisbon, with a mixture of funding and electronic components.
In this welding application, IKNOWHOW uses the Photoneo PhoXi 3D Scanner to navigate a robot safely and avoid obstacles in their welding application.
HDPE can be found in objects like plastic bottles, garden chairs, and piping. But just how useful is HDPE filament for FDM 3D printing?
In this episode, we talk about the moonshot plan to beam energy harnessed from the sun in space to anywhere on planet earth.
Announcing the December Build Month. A program to support developers in building their next IoT project with cellular technology.
Computer Vision on Compute-Constrained Embedded Devices: High Performance and Increased Security at a Lower Cost
Article #5 of the "Why Edge?" Series Moving Computer Vision to the Edge offers advantages in security and latency.
Lonypack began to explore 3D printing in early 2022. Their goal was to develop new component designs that would optimize its production process. Doing so would allow the Spanish company to achieve these improvements in its state-of-the-art plant in the most economical, customizable way possible.
In this episode, we talk about the tattoo-like flexible wearable technology that’ll provide seamless high precision health monitoring for patients and enthusiasts.