Sensors have long been a part of electronic systems in practically every industry and the need for them is growing rapidly which means engineers need to adapt.
The use of a Standby Voltage on computer power supplies became widespread when the ATX specification was published in 1995.
In the centre of Manila sits a giant footprint shaped stadium; Nike’s reimagined running track where runners can engage in a virtual race against themselves.
Radar technology initially developed for use in driverless cars has been adapted for motorcycles.
Around 2,000 beacons have been installed across Gatwick Airport’s two terminals providing an indoor navigation system that is much more reliable than GPS.
A student from Nottingham Trent University has designed a wearable device that can help the visually impaired identify colours.
Rolls-Royce started power runs of its aerospace gearbox, where it will run at up to 100,000 horsepower – the equivalent of more than 100 Formula 1 cars.
New generation Kanban without cards