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New Electronics brings you a selection of in depth Technology Articles, covering key issues and innovations within research & development, embedded design, power, communications design, test & measurement, programmable logic, system design and more.

You've got the power

By 2030, over 50% of car production will be electric. Jaguar recently announced that, from 2025, it will only sell electric cars while many other big names in the automotive sector are implementing similar strategies.

Running embedded ML at the edge

Inside the world of Artificial Intelligence (AI) exists Machine Learning (ML). ML offers many benefits, improving anything from how our smart speakers can understand us to predictive maintenance on the factory floor.

E-mobility challenges

Mobility is undergoing an unprecedented transformation and those developments go hand-in-hand with significant environmental challenges.

An evolution in testing

The European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) produces globally applicable standards for information and communications technologies and TÜV SÜD currently sits on the ETSI task group.

Embedded…but exposed

In the world of consumer electronics, the internet of things (IoT) provides authorised users with remote access to a wealth of smart appliances.

Protected spaces

Embedded systems developers are looking to container technology to try and couple easier software deployment with a mission-critical core.

Xometry: Saving Your Project Time with On-Demand Manufacturing

Saving time is one of the main considerations when manufacturing parts in the electronics industry, as well as ensuring good quality and low costs. But it is also one of the most challenging aspects in terms of management. The standard process for getting custom parts manufactured can take several months with issues arising as early on as the provider search and quoting stage.

Delivering reliable communications

At the heart of Industry 4.0 is a reliable communications infrastructure that enables data to be extracted from machines, field devices, and factories and delivers trusted and precise operation.

The never-ending quest for bandwidth

You can tell that Shannon’s Law provides little further scope for improving cellular bandwidth: it’s forcing the architects of what will form the 6G cellular standard to consider all manner of options.

Securing the IoT ecosystem

How do we secure IoT devices and the ecosystem that supports them? Could quantum-driven cyber-security deliver a scalable and cost-effective solution?

A critical issue

With more cyber-attacks than ever on critical infrastructure, how can utilities actively counter these growing threats?

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