All Electronics Interviews

Carrying the day

The Queen Elizabeth Class carriers are intended to provide the UK’s armed forces with a four-acre military operating base capable of being deployed anywhere around the world.

Trusted distributed computing

Data is the key to any business and Intertrust’s suite of computing products looks to better manage and understand it, as CEO Talal Shamoon explains to New Electronics

Gatwick game-changer

It’s true to say that when a new technology appears on the market it is often accompanied by its ‘opposite’ – the bad versions that are used for various, invariably, criminal activities – and this has been true of the drone market, both here in the UK and around the world.

A prolific inventor

Polish software engineer Marta Karczewicz, who has been shortlisted for the European Inventor Award 2019, talks to Neil Tyler about her work and contribution to the development of video compression.

Health and wellbeing

Tom Winstanley, Head of Innovation at IT services company, NTT DATA UK looks at the evolution of wearables and why so many tech companies are jumping on the health and wellbeing bandwagon.

Precision medicine

Artificial intelligence expert and tech leader, Loubna Bouarfa, explains how she is embracing diversity in technology for healthcare.

Dialogue is Key

Last month TechWorks, the UK’s industry association for deep tech connected communities, announced that Alan Banks would be taking over from Gary Travers as CEO, with immediate effect.

Playing to our strengths

New Electronics met with Cypress CEO Hassane El-Khoury at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, where the company was heavily focused on the key themes of connectivity and IoT computing power.

Deciphering electrical conductivity in doped organic semiconductors

Organic semiconductors enable the fabrication of large-scale printed and mechanically flexible electronic applications and have already successfully established themselves on the market for displays in the form of organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs). In order to break into further market segments however, improvements in performance are still needed.

Planning pays off

Described as a one-stop shop Plexus provides companies with engineering, manufacturing and after-market services.

Truly 'wearable' technology

Utilising a very different approach to other conductive textiles, Pireta Technology is looking to enable truly ‘wearable’ technology. Neil Tyler talks to Ian Russell about the company and its technology.

Piezoelectric haptics gets a boost

Boréas Technologies’ CEO, Simon Chaput, talks to Neil Tyler about the company’s ultra-low-power haptic chip, which delivers realistic haptic feedback but does so without draining the battery.

Cybercrime is on-going, but many breaches could be prevented

Last year was dubbed the “worst ever” by the Online Trust Alliance for data breaches and cyber incidents around the world. Interestingly, it revealed that 93% of the breaches recorded in 2017 could have been prevented. And with cybercrime continuing to make the headlines, this year hasn’t seen much improvement. Niroshan Rajadurai, director of sales and field engineering EMEA at Semmle, software specialists, believes that industry is going wrong and failing to address the problems of cybercrime correctly.

Putting the pieces in place

Perforce is a Minnesota-based developer of software used for application development. Perforce is a Minnesota-based developer of software used for application development. Set up 1995 it provides version control software, web-based repository management, developer collaboration, application lifecycle management and Agile planning software.

Greater than two

When Analog Devices (ADI) acquired Linear Technology, industry watchers were stunned. However, it looks like it has brought real benefits to both. ADI’s Jackie Rutter talks to Neil Tyler.

A strategy bearing fruit

Moshe Gavrielov’s decision to leave Xilinx saw Victor Peng appointed as the company’s new president and CEO. Here he talks to Neil Tyler about his plans for the company.

Getting real with virtual reality

Professor Robert Stone has been involved in the world of virtual, augmented and mixed reality for some thirty years and has experienced the ups and downs of a still maturing industry. He holds a Chair in Interactive Multimedia Systems within the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences at the University of Birmingham, where he is also Director of the Human Interface Technologies (HIT) Team developing virtual and mixed reality simulators.

Shaping the future

Alexander Everke, the CEO of ams, started his career in the semiconductor industry back in 1991 when he joined Siemens. He worked in the Siemens’ spin off Infineon and was part of the NXP management team in Eindhoven before joining ams in October 2015. He became CEO in March the following year.

Literally, the search is over!

Identifying and experiencing a problem that can then be fixed is crucial when it comes to developing a great product. So says Christian Johan Smith, President and Co-Founder of TrackR, a West Coast US start-up that over the past eight years has developed a range of coin sized tracking devices that can be attached to things like wallets and passports to help users keep track of where they are through an app.

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