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A new way of testing powertrain ECUs has led to reduced development times

“Software-defined testers will be critical in keeping up with the evolution in automotive design,” said Jeff Phillips, Head of Automotive Marketing at National Instruments (NI) in an interview with New Electronics last year. “The semiconductor content will only continue to increase and as the technology improves so the ability to quickly reconfigure testers will be critical. Flexibility through software will be the key.”

The wearable doctor

The wearables market may have slowed but developments in sensing technology and AI suggest we haven’t seen anything yet.

Taking a lead

The setting up of the new Future Networks Lab looks to support and enable the adoption of IoT, LPWAN and 5G technologies.

Robotic surgery

Robotics, when combined with machine learning and AI, promise a marked improvement in surgical outcomes.

Enabling rapid 5G roll-out

With the rollout of 5G expected to ramp up in the coming year, a complete spectrum of test & measurement solutions will be required, according to Meik Kottkamp.

Improving reliability with cryogenics

Cryogenics is the study of the production of extremely cold temperatures and is a field of science that looks at what happens when materials, whether metals or gases, are exposed to very low temperatures.

When development never sleeps

Is software ever finished? As Leonardo da Vinci observed with art 500 years ago, it is not so much finished as worked on until it is time for it to be abandoned.

Securing our airports

A the end of 2018 Gatwick airport and the UK authorities were forced to bring in military teams, using advanced techniques developed on the battlefield, to search for an unauthorised drone buzzing the airport’s runway.

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