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Quantum prototypes due in the next two years

A cutting-edge project using Quantum sensors to detect buried pipes and cables that cause costly delays to construction and congestion from roadworks is among four ground-breaking prototypes to be developed in the next two years.

Biometric card reference design from Infineon and NEXT Biometrics

Infineon Technologies and NEXT Biometrics have joined together to develop a reference design for biometric payment cards. The reference platform is said to include all necessary elements to develop and manufacture a smart card with a fingerprint sensor and help card makers to simplify their production processes and to shorten time-to-market for their offerings.

Additive manufacturing breakthrough

Tests conducted by Harris Corporation have shown that 3D printed radio frequency (RF) circuit performance is comparable to that of circuits developed using conventional manufacturing techniques.

Reed sensor industry is moving fast

According to Global Market Insights (GMI), the worldwide reed sensor market has been witnessing an exponential growth rate, driven by the rising demand for advanced sensor technologies across industries such as military, aerospace, medical, security, transportation, smart grid and utilities, and telecommunications.

NI Trend Watch 2019 explores IoT, 5G and autonomous driving

National Instruments (NI) has released its NI Trend Watch 2019 report, which examines the crucial engineering trends and challenges of the changing technology landscape, including the Internet of Things (IoT), the progression of 5G technology from prototyping to commercial deployment, and autonomous driving for the masses.

Next gen electric powertrain innovations

ON Semiconductor has announced an Official Supplier relationship with Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport and Mercedes EQ Formula E team. Building on the company’s technology, already utilised in the energy recovery pack that controls ignition and injection drivers of the Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport race car, which has won four consecutive Formula One World Constructors’ championships and five consecutive Drivers’ titles, ON Semi will collaborate with the Mercedes EQ Formula E Team in developing next-generation electric powertrain innovations for cutting-edge performance and efficiency.

Two critical chip-level vulnerabilities discovered

Armis, the enterprise IoT security company, has discovered two critical vulnerabilities related to the use of Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) chips made by Texas Instruments (TI), and used in Cisco, Meraki and Aruba wireless access points, called “BLEEDINGBIT.” If exploited, they allow an unauthenticated attacker to break into enterprise networks undetected, take over access points, spread malware, and move laterally across network segments. Neither of the vulnerabilities can be detected or stopped by traditional network and endpoint security solutions, according to Armis.

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