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 – New Electronics’ technology agenda setting publication – provides a series of high value viewpoint articles addressing specific technology areas. Each article outlines the developments which engineers can expect to see in the coming months, as well as the challenges faced by those developing technology.

Outlook is a standalone supplement distributed to the entire circulation of New Electronics.

Download the latest Outlook supplement here.

Outlook 2013: The future beckons

Back in 1965, Gordon Moore realised the number of components in integrated circuits had doubled every year since 1958. He saw no reason why that shouldn't continue to happen 'for at least 10 years'.

Outlook 2013: The future of analogue

As we approach 2013, the mixed signal and analogue markets will unquestionably play an increasingly important role in the design and operation of electronic systems worldwide. Nowhere is this more evident than in the development of power conversion ...

Outlook 2013: Powering change

Global energy consumption is expected to grow by about 70% in the next 25 years – driven by rising standards of living in developing countries. Faced with this growth, consumers and commerce alike are looking to the electronics industry and ...

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