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20V MOSFET saves space & power in mobile applications

20V MOSFET saves space & power in mobile applications
Designed to save space, decrease power consumption and extend battery life, a TrenchFET 20V n-channel MOSFET unveiled by Vishay is available in the chipscale MICRO FOOT 0.8x0.8x0.357mm package. The Si8824EDB is claimed to provide the industry's lowest on-resistance for any 20V device with a 1mm2 or less than 0.7mm2 outline. It targets smartphones, tablets, wearable devices, solid-state drives and portable medical devices such as hearing aids.
19th June 2015

Control your TV with your mind

Control your TV with your mind
YouTube and BBC iPlayer content can now be controlled using the power of your thoughts. MindRDR TV, developed by This Place, is a thought interface which connects Neurosky’s EEG brainwave sensor to popular video platforms. Organisations are experimenting with this technology to explore its potential, which could include making TV more accessible.
19th June 2015

Bikini prevents sunburn using UV sensor

Bikini prevents sunburn using UV sensor
  The ever growing market for wearble technologies now features a bikini that prevents the wearer from getting sunburnt. The Connected Bikini, from Spinali Design, features an embedded sensor which warns the user when they have spent too much time in the sun.
12th June 2015


Voice-over-BLE targets wearable applications

Voice control that can make wearable technology simpler and more battery-friendly just became easier to add with software-based innovations from STMicroelectronics. With the BlueVoice software, designers get all the drivers and libraries they need to implement voice transmission over a BLE connection in systems built around ST’s STM32 MCUs, BlueNRG ultra-low-power network processors, and digital MEMS microphones. 
10th June 2015

Technology for web applications that run on smart devices

Fujitsu announced that it has developed technology for web applications that run on smart devices or wearables and that delivers the same level of security as thin clients while offering an exceptional degree of operability.
8th June 2015

Platform to focus on miniaturisation for wearables

Valtronic will attend IMAPS’ advanced technology workshop on Electronic Packaging for Wearable Electronics, scheduled to take place at the Doubletree Suites in Austin, from 15th to 16th June 2015. Valtronic team members will highlight Compendium Solutions, an implant and physiological connectivity platform that focuses upon miniaturisation of electronics due to the small nature of today’s wearables.
8th June 2015

Wearble sensors to create a $5.5bn market

Wearable technology is part of a megatrend involving integration of electronics into every aspect of our surroundings. Our most immediate surroundings - our clothing, watches and even our bodies themselves - are a key part of this. Features such as sensors, actuators, processors, interfaces and all that is needed to support and power them are being integrated onto and into the body with unprecedented reach and volumes.
5th June 2015

Smart wristband safeguards against falls

Smart wristbands powered by the MediaTek MT2502 solution allow monitoring of a range of health parameters and detection of falls. With partners Hutcabb and 37 Degrees, MediaTek develops connected health solutions for sports and elderly care.  
4th June 2015

DARPA project enables microchip-scale laser sweeping

DARPA project enables microchip-scale laser sweeping
Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has developed an innovative microchip which allows laser or LIDAR scanning in the field - but which dispenses with the need for expensive mechanical sweeping assemblies. The agency has stated that the accomplishment could open the door to a new class of miniaturised, extremely low-cost, robust laser-scanning technologies for LIDAR and other uses.
4th June 2015

Demonstrator offers turnkey solution for the wearable market

A wearable demonstration device, which combines low-power embedded processing, wireless, touch and sensor technologies, has been introduced by Atmel. Measuring 7x9cm, the Smart Badge brings together hardware and software technologies from Atmel and partners into an out-of-the-box solution that addresses the requirements of the wearable market.
3rd June 2015


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