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Bench Talk for Design Engineers

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Securing Embedded Systems in Industrial Environments Jeremy Cook
As industrial machinery becomes more and more automated, engineers and IT personnel must take security into account. Engineers must also design hardware with security in mind, a task made easier with Maxim’s DeepCover Security Reference Design.

Nano, Nano: Shrinking Power Consumption Down in Analog Power Design Paul Golata
Using their analog expertise, ROHM Semiconductor has developed a new product line, the Nano Series, to achieve more compact parts that require less energy to operate.

Robot Cables Shouldn’t be an Afterthought Bill Schweber
Electronics, motors, motion control, and grips get most of the attention in robotic-arm discussions, but it’s the routing of mundane power and data cables that largely affects long-term reliability.

Exoskeletons Present Mobility Solutions Using an Array of Sensors Steve Schriber
Powered exoskeletons augment or deliver motion capabilities using motors, sensors, actuators, power sources, and control units. Kinetic sensors such as gyroscopes, tilt sensors, inertial sensors, and accelerometers provide necessary feedback to help an exoskeleton stay balanced and on course.

A Simple Guide to Wi-Fi Standards Phil Hipol
Over the years, as wireless technology has evolved, so has the IEEE 802.11 standard, hence the different letters after the 802.11 designation. As Wi-Fi increases in scope and speed, network engineers should understand these designations and what they represent.

New Touch Encoder Technology Makes User Experience More Intuitive Grayhill, Inc.
Industrial designers are always looking for ways to improve user interface controls by combining functionalities of rotary switches, pushbuttons, trackballs, potentiometers, and touchscreens. In doing so, they can save on component costs and streamline the user experience. Now, Touch Encoder technology is available that helps modernize and simplify designs, while also making it much easier to support applications with multiple languages or configurations.

Cobots: A Major “Motion” Feature of Star Wars Jeremy Cook
In Star Wars, aliens, spaceships, and planets change as the epic tale unfolds, but one aspect is constant: The collaborative robots, known as “droids,” who follow the heroes to the end of their journey.

Not Your Mom’s Trip to the Market: Grocery Shopping Automation Steve Schriber
Self-driving carts, smart shelves, cashier-less checkouts, and robotic delivery take grocery shopping to the next level of efficiency. Today’s consumers are as fickle as they are practical, but technologies are bringing highly accommodating smart shopping to stores near you.

Creating Faster, Safer, Cost-Effective Robots Using LIDAR Traci Browne
The gift of sight via light detection and ranging (LIDAR) has enabled engineers to move beyond the development of robots that complete simple tasks to robots that can take on increasingly complicated workloads in safer, faster, and more cost-effective ways than ever before.

Collaborative Robots: Combining Machine Muscle with Human Dexterity Steven Keeping
While industrial robots dominate—as the best option for low-volume, high-mix assembly in mass-manufacturing—in comparison to human dexterity, a new generation of lightweight robots promises to marry the best of man and machine.

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