May 18, 2019
Quality electronic devices for smart home and industrial applications include marks and labels indicating that they have passed a variety of important tests. With the rise of the maker movement, certification has never been more important.
I?m guessing the self-checkout experience has frustrated many of us, too: the PLU sticker for your apples is missing or a UPC code hasn?t been added to the store?s database yet. Interruptions like these often require employee assistance to get resolved.
RECOM?s railway portfolio has been further extended with the new RP12-AR DC/DC converter series. These compact 12W 1?x1? modules operate with 90% efficiency and up to +88?C ambient at full load.
May 15, 2019
As 5G approaches commercialization, analysts report consumers voicing concerns about the availability of 5G mobile terminals, feature prices, and what it really means for the user experience.
Welcome to the next installment in our series on IoT device management, featuring Digi Remote Manager? (DRM). In the first post in this series, we talked about the range of capabilities of DRM, including the ability to monitor and control distributed IoT
Welcome to the next post in our series on IoT device management with Digi Remote Manager? (DRM). In the first post in this series, we talked about the range of capabilities of DRM, including the ability to monitor and control distributed IoT devices and m
May 13, 2019
The difference between security and privacy is one of the most misunderstood aspects of the IoT revolution. Bluetooth mesh blows privacy problems out of the water.
May 11, 2019
ANAHEIM, Calif. ? Applied Power Electronics Conference (APEC) ? Booth #1247 - March 18, 2019 ? Murata Manufacturing Co., Ltd. today announces the world?s smallest, most efficient, fully integrated 6A buck regulator.
In layman?s terms, ?edge? processing is ?local, in-device analysis.? This means that data is sampled and handled locally without the need to upload data beyond the device to cloud services for further processing. Hybrid Cloud computing is optimally decent