All Electronics Interviews

A more sustainable IoT

ANDtr and Essex University have begun a project that will look at reducing the power needs of IoT deviceS. Neil Tyler talks to Dr Nicola Thorn.

Anglia unveils new division

Anglia Components has launched Anglia Unicorn, a new division of the business that will be dedicated to help technology start-ups get their ideas off the drawing board and commercialised.

A company transformed

Appointed CEO back in 2018 Victor Peng has taken Xilinx through a transformative period, the next stage of which is its acquisition by AMD. Neil Tyler gets an update.

End game

How are IoT technologies keeping vaccines safe, in storage and transit, and in the process bringing the current pandemic to an end? Benjamin Brown, Client Success Manager at Sigfox, talks to New Electronics.

Building resilience

James Woodhead talks to New Electronics about the need to build greater business resilience through supply chain rationalisation.

IoT Everywhere

Mohamed Awad, VP of Arm’s IoT Business, discusses Arm’s vision for its IoT business with Neil Tyler.

Data privacy concerns

Professor Antonio Capone of the Politecnico di Milano University talks to Neil Tyler about smart city data and the issue of privacy.

A connected vision

Jamie Hayes, Mobile Network Operators Director at BT Wholesale, talks to Neil Tyler about BT's smart city vision.

Cities of tomorrow

Damien Stephens, Associate Vice President, Mobility & IoT, Tata Communications talks to Neil Tyler about the benefits of smart cities and the challenges created by COVID-19.

Opening up the IoT Sphere

Neil Tyler talks to Eric Heiser and Neil Hamilton about u-blox’s recent acquisition of Thingstream, an IoT Communication-as-a-Service provider.

Ethical Concerns

Kyle Dent talks New Electronics through some of the ethical issues that have to be considered when developing and using artificial intelligence.

Extreme machines

Few companies have the historical pedigree of Curtiss-Wright, formed in 1929 out of the merger of companies founded by Glen Curtiss, a leading innovator in naval aviation, and the Wright Brothers.

On the charge

The UK throws away around 600 million household batteries every year, with two-thirds, many containing heavy metals such as lead and mercury, sent to landfill.

The need for integration

XMOS CEO, Mark Lippett, talks to Neil Tyler about how the company has established itself as a major player in the market for voice enabled devices

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