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Graphene-Based Innovations for Smart Homes
With all of the smart home technologies already on the market, the implementation of graphene and related materials is poised to further enhance the smart home offering.
Graphene-Based Innovations for Smart Homes
With all of the smart home technologies already on the market, the implementation of graphene and related materials is poised to further enhance the smart home offering.
CVD MesoScribe Receives ARPA-E Grant in Collaboration with Penn State University
This award will be used to develop and demonstrate the integration of printed sensors into additively manufactured gas turbine components.
ANSYS 2019 R3 Expands Autonomous Vehicles Solution
Latest release delivers innovations in sensors, virtual environments and AI simulation.
Request for Proposals Issued for 2020 COMS Conference
Submission deadline of August 15, 2019 set for the Americas hosting of the 22nd three-day annual conference.
Is Digital Transformation Stuck in Neutral?
Engineering has an appetite for new technologies to digitally transform, yet traditional silos and culture remain obstacles to large-scale success.
NAND Flash Finds a Home in the IoT
Advances in the technology now let NAND flash memory offer faster throughput, greater flexibility and better price points per byte, opening the door for its use as primary storage.
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How Verathon Used OnScale to Cut Their Simulation Time by 80%
Verathon’s engineers leveraged OnScale’s Cloud HPC multi-physics software to accelerate virtual prototyping which drastically cut their simulation time from months to hours.
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Accelerating Ultrasonic Fingerprint Sensor R&D with Cloud Simulation
In this paper we describe the virtual prototyping and beamforming optimization of a 110 x 56 PMUT array fingerprint sensor first designed and prototyped by Horsley et al6 at the Berkeley Sensor & Actuator Center.
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Next-Generation Medical Devices
OnScale brings infinite computational resources to the world of next-generation medical devices, enabling engineers to solve large, real-world problems faster than ever.
ABB Systems to Power Arctic Offshore Farming’s new Salmon Farming Concept with Remote-Controlled Submersible Fish Pens
The system also collects environmental data including as meteorological conditions, ocean currents, oxygen level, sea temperature and pH at different depths.
Creating an Origami Sensor Array
The rise of the Internet of Things, the growing role of printed electronics and the increasing number of technologies that mimic nature have all shaped the system’s development.
Edge Computing Opportunities and Frustrations
Balancing quality and quantity of edge data presents a difficult challenge.
Sensors Smarten Up the Edge
Companies that want to bring AI to the edge face hardware and data processing challenges.
TE Connectivity Announces Definitive Agreement to Acquire the Kissling Group 
The deal helps expand TE’s portfolio for hybrid electric commercial vehicle solutions, TE Connectivity reports.
IPG Automotive Launches Version 8.0 of the CarMaker Product Family
Simulation software features new functionalities for virtual test driving.



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