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Wednesday 22nd November 2017
Global economic growth, new markets and resurging defence opportunities are fueling the growth of advanced inertial, high-end sensors (HES) according to Yole Developpement researchers.
Wednesday 22nd November 2017
IHS Markit analysts conclude in a new study that thin-film transistor (TFT) display panel manufacturers have overbuilt AMOLED capacity which will likely saturate the 2018 market.
Wednesday 22nd November 2017
OXIS Energy (Oxford, England), a developer of lightweight and safe Lithium-Sulfur (Li-S) batteries, has joined NASA’s unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) program to create next- generation energy storage systems that are much lighter and safer than today’s Lithium-Ion cells.
Tuesday 21st November 2017
CopperMax chamber reduces metallisation costs by around 70 percent
Tuesday 21st November 2017
Wednesday 15th November 2017
New technology coul enable compact devices for telecommunications and security camera applications at even higher frequencies
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Monday 13th November 2017
International team use graphene and transition metal dichalcogenide composite to achieve fine control over spin
Thursday 9th November 2017
Simple production steps could lower cost of producing sensors and other optoelectronic devices, say French researchers
Wednesday 8th November 2017
Sergey Y. YurishInternational Frequency Sensor Association (IFSA)Excelera, S.L., Barcelona, Spain
Monday 6th November 2017
Commercial aviation has long depended on sensors to keep its planes flying safely, but new generations of high-end sensors (HES) are taking Big Data and analytics to new heights
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Monday 6th November 2017
The US Navy is bringing its latest surveillance drones into service that rely upon upgraded sensors to improve performance on long-distance missions.
Friday 3rd November 2017
Low temperature deposition approach opens up wider parameter window for laser device requirements
Monday 30th October 2017
Discovery could lead to novel electronic devices
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Monday 30th October 2017
Friday 27th October 2017
Automobile and truck manufacturers see automation as the surest means to reduce injury and death on motorways. Automotive sensing technology is set for a radical upgrade as engineers add cameras, radar and LiDAR systems to cars and trucks like never before.
Friday 27th October 2017
Unconventional startup Reno Sub-Systems demonstrates that its performance advances in plasma process control is winning over global semiconductor manufacturers. By: Mark Andrews Technical Editor

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