Smart sensor company continues recruitment drive Product News 10/23/2008 Post a comment Intelligent sensor developer, DeepStream Technologies Ltd., (Bangor, Wales) aims to hire an additional 70 engineers and support staff to take the number of people it employs to 150 within two years. The company had announced a plan to go from 72 staff to about 100 in March 2008.
E-Porsche comes in 2009, paper says News & Analysis 10/13/2008 Post a comment Electric drives have a property that makes them interesting for sports car manufacturers: They offer an incredible torque even at low speeds. Now Porsche apparently is planning to join the electric bandwagon.
Power relay suits inverter apps Product News 10/10/2008 Post a comment Panasonic Electric Works introduces the LF-G power relay with a 1.5-mm contact gap, aimed at inverter applications in photovoltaic power generation systems and UPSs.
Mechatronics design simplified Product News 10/8/2008 1 comment Simplifying the development of mechatronics, the combination of mechanical and electronincs engineering, is the goal of a new design language extension released by Mathworks Inc.
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