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.
Standards Related to RFID--Part IV Design How-To 10/17/2008 Post a comment How do standards help technology adoption? What are key RFID standards? What does the EPCglobal standard mean and what is generation 2? How are standards different globally? How can you ensure compliance while standards evolve? Read the answers in this final segment of the book excerpt.
Pump and dump -- delivering more power than you thought possible! Design How-To 10/15/2008 1 comment So what is a designer to do when asked to provide 50 or a 100 percent more output power beyond what is available from the input? This article discusses how this can be accomplished by charging a capacitor bank to store energy until needed (Pump), and discharge it into the load (Dump) in a controlled manner.
Groups partner for wireless sensor nets Product News 10/15/2008 Post a comment Freescale Semiconductor and Nivis LLC, a leading developer and integrator of wireless network technologies, are to combine their respective technologies to provide wired-to-wireless platform for commercial and industrial sensor mesh networks.
Standards Related to RFID--Part III Design How-To 10/11/2008 Post a comment How do standards help technology adoption? What are key RFID standards? What does the EPCglobal standard mean and what is generation 2? How are standards different globally? How can you ensure compliance while standards evolve? Read the answers in this book excerpt.
Elmos integrates signal processing into pressure sensor Product News 10/7/2008 Post a comment The new Pressure Sensor System (PSS 1) from Elmos AG (Dortmund, Germany) offers a highly universal and cost-effective solution for many industrial and automotive applications. The system consists of a MEMS sensor cell and a signal processor integrated into a special SOIC-20 package. The system will be supplied already calibrated, making it ready-to-use.
Canadian MRAM developer targeting sensor apps News & Analysis 10/6/2008 Post a comment MRAM developer Micromem Technologies has established a New York office for its U.S. subsidiary as part of a strategic plan to focus on magnetic sensor opportunities independent of the magnetic RAM market, the company said.
Replay available now: A handful of emerging network technologies are competing to be the preferred wide-area connection for the Internet of Things. All claim lower costs and power use than cellular but none have wide deployment yet. Listen in as proponents of leading contenders make their case to be the metro or national IoT network of the future. Rick Merritt, EE Times Silicon Valley Bureau Chief, moderators this discussion. Join in and ask his guests questions.