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NEC software uses facial recognition to verify mobile service users

NEC software uses facial recognition to verify mobile service users
  The launch of NC7000-3A, a user data utilisation platform software that uses facial recognition for identity confirmation with mobile services for organisations such as financial institutions and telecommunication operators has been announced by NEC.
24th April 2017

All you need to know before building a wireless sensor network

All you need to know before building a wireless sensor network
Sensors are, in many ways, the backbone of the Internet of Things. Since most IoT devices rely on the constant monitoring and collection of data - temperature, ambient light, humidity - and the detection of specific events in order to function, setting up the sensor network appropriately is key. After all, without the ability to detect that the temperature has risen to 30°C (87°F) with 80% humidity, the internet-controlled thermostat will not know to turn on the air conditioner so it’s a cool 21°C (70°F) when the homeowner arrives home.
28th March 2017

D’Crypt to include Barco Silex IP in communication chip

D’Crypt to include Barco Silex IP in communication chip
Barco Silex has entered into an agreement with D’Crypt Pte Ltd, Singapore’s premier design house for hardware cryptography solutions. Barco Silex will provide D’Crypt with its BA414EP core for public key cryptography for inclusion in their FPGA solutions that will secure automotive car-to-infrastructure communication. D’Crypt selected the IP because of its state-of-the-art capabilities, unrivaled size/performance ratio and ease of integration.
6th March 2017


Haptic actuator features low driving voltage

Haptic actuator features low driving voltage
  TDK has expanded its portfolio of haptic components with the ultra-thin PiezoHapt actuator featuring a very short response time of just 4ms.
16th February 2017

Wireless charging coils support range of frequencies

Wireless charging coils support range of frequencies
PowerLife wireless charging coils from Molex are available at Mouser Electronics. The integrated wireless power coils with NuCurrent technology feature an industry-leading thin design and the highest power transfer efficiency (Q-factor) of any wireless charging solution on the market today.
12th February 2017

Design trends: Batteries for IoT

Design trends: Batteries for IoT
The IoT phenomenon is allowing the collection of data from sensor nodes practically anywhere in the environment, and giving non-electronic objects the ability to communicate, opening up a whole sphere of applications for electronic systems. Selecting batteries for IoT connected systems can be tricky, as there is such a wide variety of application types.
24th January 2017

Reference designs accelerate development of IoT devices

Reference designs accelerate development of IoT devices
  Silicon Labs has launched two wireless occupancy sensor and smart outlet reference designs for the home automation market, providing IoT connected device solutions that help make our homes safer, more convenient and energy efficient.
13th December 2016

Software aBubbl can take Pokémon Go to the next level

Software aBubbl can take Pokémon Go to the next level
Pokémon Go made Augmented Reality (AR) known to the world. Crunchfish’s software aBubbl for application developers can take Pokémon Go and other applications to the next level by making them truly social. The users get the ability to discover who is nearby, connect and share information.
5th December 2016

Platform for next-gen wearables to be presented at CES 2017

Platform for next-gen wearables to be presented at CES 2017
At the CES show in Las Vegas ON Semiconductor introduced a development resource for the wearable electronics sector. The new Wearable Development Kit (WDK1.0) combines a wide array of highly optimised components, with the objective of assisting OEMs in bringing differentiated products to market.
30th November 2016

A phone that charges in seconds?

A phone that charges in seconds?
A team of UCF scientists has developed a process for creating flexible supercapacitors that can store more energy and be recharged more than 30,000 times without degrading. The novel method from the University of Central Florida's NanoScience Technology Center could eventually revolutionise technology as varied as mobile phones and electric vehicles.
22nd November 2016


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Industry of Things World 2017
18th September 2017
Germany Berlin Congress Center
Cyber Security - Oil, Gas, Power 2017
29th November 2017
United Kingdom London