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Products of Tomorrow

From space propulsion to underwater monitoring and antibacterial coatings, three new innovations aim to address real-world problems.

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Electronics & Computers

Eliminating Oscillation in Power Analog Designs

When integrating analog drivers, designers are often faced with unwanted oscillation caused by instability. Download Eliminating Oscillation in Power Analog Designs to learn about instability...

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Sensors/Data Acquisition

Smart Microrobots Walk Autonomously

A collaborative effort has installed electronic “brains” on solar-powered robots that are 100 to 250 micrometers in size — smaller than an ant’s head — so that they can walk autonomously...

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Materials

Sheldahl Leverages History of Flexible-Circuit Expertise for New Era of Vehicle Electrification

For SAE’s Expert Insight, Enid Kivuti, Director of Engineering and Program Management at Sheldahl, a flexible-materials, films and...

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Electronics & Computers

The Value of Sensor Simulation for Hardware-in-the-Loop Design Validation

With the recent advances in electrification and new technology developments in propulsion methodology, hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) test benches—historically...

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Electronics & Computers

Virus Detection Gains Speed and Accuracy

See how researchers at Penn State combine electrical engineering and biomedical engineering to create a fast and accurate option for COVID virus detection.

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Automotive

How to Increase Productivity in EV Design by Leveraging Thermal Simulation

In the electrification era, thermal management system design requires a complex approach to ensure vehicle performance and customer satisfaction. System...

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Green Design & Manufacturing

5 Ws of the Artificial Leaf

Researchers at University of Cambridge have developed floating “artificial leaves” that generate clean fuels from sunlight and water and could eventually operate on a large scale at sea.

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Weapons Systems

Leveraging New Technologies for Mil/Aero Electronic Systems

When new, critical technology becomes available, it must be quickly integrated into deployable systems for effective use by defense forces.

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Electronics & Computers

MOSA Enclosure Design for Military Systems

Modular Open Standard Architectures are popular for their inherent advantages of an open, multi-vendor system. They are the framework for Sensor Open Standard Architecture, which is widely mandated for projects in the tri-service community.

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Manned Systems

Three Challenges to 5G’s Military Success

Evolving 5G non-terrestrial networks promise to make new applications a reality.

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Internet of Things

Root of Trust: A Standardization Model that Needs to Happen Now

Billions of connected devices have been adopted within our personal eco-systems, rising two-fold during the pandemic. This means there are even more devices in our lives which can be attacked.

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Energy

Niobium: Magic Metal for Battery Anodes?

The element niobium (Nb), a transition metal, stands ready to improve the performance of one of the lithium-ion (Li-ion) battery’s confusing array of possible electrode chemistries — the LTO...

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Electronics & Computers

Designing a Silicon Photonic MEMS Phase Shifter with Simulation

Existing infrastructure still relies on many electrical signal processing components embedded inside fiber optic networks.

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Medical

Future Wearable Health Tech Could Measure Gases Released from Skin

Scientists have taken the first step to creating the next generation of wearable health monitors.

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Electronics & Computers

Firefly-Inspired Robotic Lightning Bugs Take Flight

The ability to emit light also brings these microscale robots, which weigh barely more than a paper clip, one step closer to flying on their own outside the lab.

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Medical

Researchers Demonstrate 40-Channel Optical Communication Link

It achieves 40 channels by combining a frequency comb light source based on a new photonic crystal resonator developed by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) with an optimized mode-division multiplexer.

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Electronics & Computers

Gauge and Test Solutions for E-Motor Components

Marposs offers solutions for the quality control of electro-mechanical components for E-Motors involving multiple gauging and testing operations. By combining Optoflash dimensional...

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Defense

Overcoming Connectivity Challenges in Defense Applications

Designers of products for defense applications face a complex set of challenges. They must address continually growing data volumes and bandwidth requirements in systems that are...

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Medical

Ultrathin Implantable Material Could Treat Spinal Cord Injury, Parkinson’s

Flexible implanted electronics are a step closer toward clinical applications thanks to a recent breakthrough technology that uses in-house silicon carbide...

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Aerospace

RAD Torque Systems Most Accurate Torque Wrench - Meet the B-RAD S

Check out our best and most accurate tool for the aerospace industry. In this video spotlight product manager Brian Warmerdam showcases the best features of our B-RAD...

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Software

SAE International Extends Call for Abstracts, Seeks Submissions for AeroTech Conference

Engineering Events staff at SAE International in Warrendale, Pennsylvania, have extended the call for abstracts through September 21 for the...

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Electronics & Computers

A New Kind of Transistor — A Conductive Polymer

A new material holds promise for the next generation of organic electronics.

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Design

Smart Implants to Monitor Healing

Researchers at the University of Pittsburgh Swanson School of Engineering are creating patient-specific 3D-printed smart metamaterial implants that double as sensors to monitor spinal healing.

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Electronics & Computers

3D Printing of Organic Electronics

Professor Mohammad Reza Abidian of the Cullen College of Engineering — foresees the future production of micro-scale organic electronics via multiphoton 3D printers.

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Electronics & Computers

Organic Bipolar Transistor Developed at the Tu Dresden

Professor Karl Leo has been thinking about the realization of this component for more than 20 years, now it has become reality: His research group at the Institute for Applied...

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Electronics & Computers

Where Do Technological Innovations Come From?

We can learn a lot about innovation in technology by looking to the past.

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Aerospace

Raising the Reliability of Scientific Space Exploration

How Ada enables LASP to constantly modify OASIS-CC to control new instruments and ensure mission-critical systems remain reliable.