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Could e-paper displays be putting the Industrial IoT within reach?

Industrial automation is going through a transition, as the benefits of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) take hold.

This isn’t going to be a quick and easy transition, however, and with good reason. Compared to the IT sector, the operational technology (OT) sector moves slowly, predominantly because the technology involved has a much longer lifecycle. IT systems are replaced on a cycle measured in months, not years, or in some cases decades, as is the ...

What will a phone look like in ten years?

Remember predictive texting? It was a huge improvement from the multi-tap approach. Mobile phones have come a long way since then and advancements in the industry are not slowing down. Sophie Charpentier, the Graphene Flagship Business Developer for Electronics, predicts what we can expect from the smartphone of the future

Predictions for 2019

As 2018 draws to a close, engineers at electronics design consultancy ByteSnap Design have been wondering what the year ahead holds for the embedded systems industry.

Education, education, education

With the world on the cusp of the “fourth industrial revolution”, and such rapid change that driverless cars have gone from science fiction to government policy in under a decade, the engineering sector needs new approaches to more – and more diverse - graduates to meet the growing demand for engineering expertise.

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