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Electronics that dissolve on command

Researchers at Iowa State University have created transient electronics that can dissolve on demand. They say the technology could be used in mobile phones and credit cards as anti-theft devices, as well as in military.

New DLP 0.45 WXGA Chipset & LightCrafter 4500

Learn all about the features and benefits available to developers with the DLP 0.45 WXGA chipset and DLP LightCrafter 4500 toolkit. The chipset and toolkit are the next evolution of development tools from DLP and are created specifically to work well for applications requiring higher brightness and higher resolution such as industrial and medical settings.

Researchers make advance towards flexible electronics

Polyurethane studded with gold nanoparticles can conduct electricity even when stretched, Michigan engineers have discovered. The breakthrough is expected to pave the way for flexible electronics and advanced medical devices. To find out more, click here.

Qseven board with Cortex A9 for mobile applications

In this video, Zeljko Loncaric, marketing engineer at congatec AG, presents the conga-QMX6 Qseven Computer-On-Module with the Freescale i.MX6 ARM Cortex A9 processor family. Scalable from 1 to 4 ARM cores, the module is equipped with a sophisticated high end, 3d ready hd graphics interface making it ideal for mobile multimedia applications in medical, automotive and industrial automation markets.

TI’s New Space Saving Package

As electronics continue to permeate into new areas of automotive, medical, and industrial applications, packaging finds itself in the forefront of enabling new features required for growth in these markets. The need to further customize packaging for such applications will play a much bigger role moving forward in order to enable device solutions that previously were not possible.

Spinning Three-Phase Brushless Motors (DRV8312-C2-KIT)

Watch Ryan Kehr, applications manager for TI's Motor Drive Business Unit, demonstrate the DRV8312-C2-KIT, a complete motor control evaluation kit for spinning brushless DC (BLDC) and permanent magnet synchronous (PMSM) motors out of the box. The DRV8312-C2-KIT speeds development of sub-50-V and 6.5-A brushless motors for driving medical pumps, gates, lifts and small pumps, as well as industrial and consumer robotics and automation. It includes the DRV8312 motor driver, a 32-bit C2000 Piccolo MCU controlCARD module, a quickstart GUI, full development source code, Code Composer Studio integrated development environment and a three-phase brushless DC motor.

Training: Introduction to Medical Imaging

This presentation describes the physical principles behind each Medical imaging modality with system overviews, equations and physics-based insight. For each major architecture we will also define the key specifications for the signal chain and we will identify highly integrated semiconductor solutions for these systems. Attendees will see the advantages and disadvantages of each system and will be able to compare their uses in different areas of medical diagnosis and research.

Training:Telehealth - Trends, Challenges and Solutions

Telehealth enables independent elderly living, reduces healthcare cost and improves access to healthcare services. It has been gaining tremendous momentum in the recent years due to the ongoing policy and infrastructure changes. This session will present the overview of telehealth systems and relevant technologies. Specifically, we will look into the different components of a telehealth system design: processor, connectivity, power management and user interface. Solutions to enhance performance, improve connectivity, extends battery run time and enable rich user experience will be proposed.

Training: Market Drivers and Technology Enablers for Wireless Connectivity in Medical

This session will explore low power wireless technologies including Zigbee, 802.15.4, WLAN, RFID. Also discussed will be the existing and potential spectrums used for the medical space and their applicability for different applications. Learn how these technologies compare by looking at several different attributes such as Data Rate, Range, Power Consumption, Packet Error Rate, Interference Tolerance, Network Topologies, and relative cost. Some various medical examples will be shown where wireless technologies are used.

Open Source Ultrasound Scan Conversion Demo on the OMAP3530 EVM

TI's Mark Nadeski demonstrates the ultrasound scan conversion algorithm, and software available for download on TI's gForge Open Source site. The scan conversion algorithm is one of several optimised modules in TI's embedded processor software toolkit for medical diagnostic ultrasound manufacturers.

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