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Drive for Innovation Chapter 224: The Challenges of Managing Engineers
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Ken Brown, director of engineering, for Leviton's commercial/industrial unit, talks about the challenges of luring new-college-graduate engineers into the world of smart grid engineering.
Drive for Innovation Chapter 223: Ensuring charging-station electrical safety
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Ken Brown, director of engineering, for Leviton's commercial/industrial unit, talks about the company's GFCI technology and safety for EV chargers.
Drive for Innovation Chapter 222: SuVolta's Power Rangers
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SuVolta CEO Bruce McWilliams describes the industry's battles with device variability and how his company's PowerShrink platform attempts to solve the problem.
Drive for Innovation Chapter 221: Nuvation's mad scientists
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Silicon Valley design services company Nuvation has a penchant for wild design side projects. E Rex is just one of them.
Drive for Innovation Chapter 220: Controlling Your Focus
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Marc Alfonso, president and CEO, PLC Electronics, talks about his company's remote-control architecture for Hollywood cameras.
Drive for Innovation Chapter 218: Your smartphone as electrocardiogram
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Marc Alfonso, president and ceo, PLC Electronics describes a thumb-sized electrocardiogram design, data from which you can monitor on your smart phone.
Drive for Innovation Chapter 219: A passion for engineering
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Marc Alfonso has had engineering in his blood since forever. Now he's running his own company in Vancouver, PLC Electronics.
Drive for Innovation Chapter 217: The Electronics of Winemaking (Part 4)
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Cypress Semiconductor CEO T.J. Rodgers shows off his Clos de la Tech winery and the embedded electronics technology that makes some tasty pinot noir.
Drive for Innovation Chapter 211: The Electronics of Winemaking (Part 3)
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Cypress Semiconductor CEO T.J. Rodgers shows off his Clos de la Tech winery and the embedded electronics technology that makes some tasty pinot noir.
DC Can Downsize Data Center Electricity Costs
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Vicor talks turkey about direct-current solutions, where DC goes right to the rack, greatly increasing efficiency and cutting data-center power costs.
Connectors Embrace Higher Speeds
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FCI Electronics Interconnection Solutions talks about how connectors are advancing to support the higher speeds and increased aggregate bandwidth required by the massive increase in connected devices.
Android Tablet Controls Robotic Arm
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But it's really a new USB host controller from Future Technology Devices International (FTDI).
Who You Gonna Call for an EOL Device?
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Rochester Electronics is building a business around providing parts no longer available from their original manufacturer.


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