New Electronics Outlook - The Future of Electronics

Electronics design engineers always have to consider a range of factors when specifying or planning their next project. With each new project, there are new regulations, new materials and new technologies. All of this means the job doesn't get any easier.

Outlook will provide readers with a series of high value viewpoint articles addressing specific technology areas, outlining the developments engineers can expect to see in the coming months, as well as the challenges which technology developers face.

Suppliers, meanwhile, have a great opportunity to be the exclusive voice of their sector, discussing such technologies as microcontrollers, test & measurement, electronic design automation, embedded software and programmable logic, amongst others. This is an opportunity for vendors to be an exclusive educator and voice for their area of business.

Outlook 2015 will be printed as a standalone supplement and distributed to the entire circulation of New Electronics alongside its 2015 issue.

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OUTLOOK 2017: You’ve got to be in it …

The electronics industry in the UK has evolved since the publication in 2005 of the Electronics Innovation and Growth Team’s (EIGT) report on its future. One of the findings of the EIGT report was that most trade associations purporting to ...

OUTLOOK 2017: Making it safe to connect

Not so long ago, the Internet of Things (IoT) was seen as a quiet revolution. More recently, IoT has hit peak hype and attracted a great deal of attention from the media, as analyst and vendor forecasts have been somewhat optimistic. Regardless of ...

OUTLOOK 2017: The yin and yang of multicore

There are two apparently opposing forces in multicore architecture: one to make software running on groups of processors work together better; the other is to isolate them from each other. Both come together in markets like automotive, where ...

OUTLOOK 2017: Rising to the testing challenges

A straw poll of design engineers is quite likely to conclude that testing the products they design is becoming increasingly challenging. There’s a number of reasons for this; apart from component functionality becoming more complex and devices ...

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