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Smart and Green Buildings onsemi
Commercial buildings account for around one third of greenhouse gas emissions in the EU—high time to take action. In this post, you can read about the solutions available to developers for intelligent buildings.

New Tech Tuesdays: Designers Are Finding Solutions for Medical Wearables Innovation Tommy Cummings
In this week's New Tech Tuesday, we'll look at a diverse range of medical wearable solutions from Microchip Technology, Semtech, and Maxim Integrated.

Connecting the Future of Energy Storage Amphenol Communication Solutions
Rugged and reliable connectivity solutions are essential components in energy storage systems. In this post, we highlight how connector solutions support the latest energy storage technologies.

New Tech Tuesdays: Three Automotive Sensors That Can Measure the Life of Your Vehicle Tommy Cummings
In this week's New Tech Tuesday, we'll look at a diverse range of automotive sensors from Murata Electronics, Texas Instruments, and STMicroelectronics designed to improve vehicle life and efficiency.

Adaptable High Dynamic Range Streaming Xilinx
We’ve all come to expect high-quality when viewing video streams for work or play. In this post, we discuss how HDR can provide a remarkable visual impact while consuming only marginally more bandwidth or storage.

Types of Medical Devices Well-Suited for 3D Printing Liam Critchley
3D printing is a versatile technique impacting many industry sectors due to its customizability, speed, and ability to create highly complex parts. In this blog, we discuss the types of medical devices well-suited for 3D printing.

Autonomous Robots Meet Consumer Luggage Jean-Jacques DeLisle
For the future of travel to be less demanding, luggage needs to get smarter in a hurry. More than just luggage with built-in batteries or GPS, the latest trends in travel include faithful luggage robots merrily following their owner through the chaos of the modern transit station.

Selecting a 3D Medical Printing Method Liam Critchley
3D printing is a versatile technique impacting many industries due to its customizability, speed, and ability to create highly complex parts. Medical professionals can now select from several 3D printing methods capable of creating polymer, ceramic, and metal medical devices tailored to a patient’s specific needs.

New Tech Tuesdays: Amphenol RF Automotive Connectors in the Industrial Space Tommy Cummings
In this week’s New Tech Tuesday, we'll look at Amphenol RF connectors that meet the demands of today’s automotive and industrial automation applications.

Using 3D Nanoscale Printing Liam Critchley
3D printing, otherwise known as additive manufacturing, has grown over the years to become a beneficial and versatile manufacturing tool. While many 3D printing methods produce bulk objects, it is now possible to 3D print nanoscale structures through two-photon lithography.

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