The vast majority of IoT sensors aim to be wireless to increase the amount of locations and applications they can be deployed into (i.e. hard-to-reach places). The following white paper walks through the limitations of the batteries and energy harvesters tasked to power the edge of IoT. Download now.
The latest innovative technologies are not only smaller and lighter than previous generations, but they must also operate in increasingly challenging environments. This webinar will provide a look at the enhanced reliability Parylene coatings deliver to a wide range of applications. Register now.
Offering a comprehensive introduction to cwToF, this presentation details the principles behind the technology, and especially the mechanism of the pixel. Register Now.
Prized for their small size and big capabilities, miniature sensors are making their way into everything from wearables and medical devices to factory automation. But they are not just tiny replicas of their bigger counterparts—these mighty workhorses require some special considerations in order to perform as intended in an application. This whitepaper examines three key issues for designing with miniature sensors that can sabotage a design, as even some practiced designers that forgot to take them into account learned the hard way.
Learn what porous polymers are, how they are manufactured, and what roles they can play in functional sensor components. Porex’s head of R&D and product development will explain how companies can use porous polymers to replace these harmful materials and increase performance of the sensor. Register now.
MassaSonic PulStar® L-95 is the consumer’s choice for continuous proximity sensors on the market. Our innovative design helps protect our sensors from imposing environmental conditions while being able to accurately measure the distance or level of liquids and solids at ranges of 8” to 20’. Learn more!
The new DigiPyro® PYD 2792 delivers streamlined SMD integration, ultra-compact form factor and the lowest power requirements available today. The reduced 1.8V power requirement extends service life in battery-operated applications while offering excellent function and strong signal performance. Learn more!
Twice a year, in the spring and in the fall, Jacob puts on a conference with industry leaders designed to help embedded systems engineers take their knowledge and skills to the next level. Topics often cover areas such as Artificial Intelligence, Bootloaders, C/C++ Programming, Defect Management, Design Processes, RTOSes, Security and much more.