Our EE Journal Team went to World Maker Faire 2018!
World Maker Faire New York returned for it’s 9th year at the New York Hall of Science and we were there to cover all the invention, creativity, curiosity and hands-on learning the Faire had to offer.
This year’s World Maker Faire will featured more than 800 projects and … Read More → "EE Journal’s Live Coverage of World Maker Faire 2018"
Two years ago at the annual DATE conference in Europe, a MEMS design contest was announced. Sponsored by Reutlingen University, Coventor, X-Fab, and Cadence, the goal was to stimulate creative ideas for MEMS technology. The sponsors each had a part: Coventor and Cadence provided tools for the design process, and X-Fab signed up to build the winning design. Reutlingen University helped with the organizing efforts.
Well, the … Read More → "MEMS Design Contest Winners"
Work it harder
Make it better
Do it faster
Makes us stronger
— Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger by Daft Punk
The internet of things once again takes center stage in this week’s episode of Amelia’s Weekly Fish Fry. First up, we chat with Dianne Kibbey (Newark element14) about the Design for a … Read More → "Enabling Intelligence and Designing for a Cause"
“Success is where preparation and opportunity meet.” – Bobby Unser
Many of us would love to get started on an artificial intelligence-enhanced IoT edge device design but we’re not sure how to get started. In this week’s episode of Fish Fry, I sit down with Deepak Boppana and we talk about a new technology stack unveiled by Lattice Semiconductor called sensAI. Deepak and I … Read More → "sensAI and Sensibility"
Optimism: Belief that everything will work out well. Irrational, bordering on insane. – K-9, “The Armageddon Factor, Episode One,” Doctor Who, 1977
When Abertay University student and computer science major Gary Taylor found the fried, water-damaged remains of K-9, Doctor Who’s reliable robotic canine companion, in a university lab last September, he made the remote-controlled robot celebrity the focus of his final-year dissertation even before getting … Read More → "Rescuing Doctor Who’s K-9"
In IoTland, communication is king. It puts the Internet in the IoT. But how to communicate? LTE? BlueTooth? WiFi? It partly depends on the application and the location, but it also depends on how far you are from a wall plug.
Because many IoT devices are small, portable, and – this is key – battery-powered, they will forever be infinitely far away from the wall plug. While WiFi has … Read More → "Full-Power WiFi at Half the Power"