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Electronics design ideas 2019

Innovation is critical in today’s engineering world and it demands technical knowledge and the highest level of creativity. Seeing compact articles that solve design problems or display innovative ways to accomplish design tasks can help to fuel your electronics creativity. You can find many very circuit ideas at ePanorama.net circuits page. In addition to this

Electronics trends for 2019

Electronics technology and market trends for 2019: Markets: The Future of the Semiconductor Industry is Bright. Demand is rising for AI and automotive, flat for mobile phones, with trade uncertainty looming over everything. Foundries see growth and new issues in 2019. WSTS industry forecast projects annual global market growth of 2.6 percent in 2019. Politics:

IoT trends 2019

IoT is already completely entrenched in our society across end-market segments, but there are still enormous challenges around the design, development, and deployment of devices and services for the IoT, with security at the top of the list in 2019. Here are some IoT trends for year 2019 to watch: More device: There are four

Wave Computing Launches the MIPS Open Initiative

https://wavecomp.ai/wave-computing-launches-the-mips-open-initiative/ Wave Computing® has announced that it will open source its MIPS instruction set architecture (ISA) to accelerate the ability for semiconductor companies, developers and universities. The idea is to adopt and innovate using MIPS for next-generation system-on-chip (SoC) designs. Under the MIPS Open program, participants will have full access to the most recent versions

The battle over the driving experience is heating up and will be won in software   | TechCrunch

https://techcrunch.com/2018/12/01/the-battle-over-the-driving-experience-is-heating-up-and-will-be-won-in-software/ We’re already seeing many new cars with driver-assist features. Many companies are working hard to bring fully autonomous cars to the market quicly. According to the Brookings Institute, one-quarter of all cars will be autonomous by 2040, and IHS predicts all cars will be autonomous after 2050. Those are conservative estimates. These changes will

Picking the Right Arduino – Hackster Blog

https://blog.hackster.io/picking-the-right-arduino-341a0a9550c7 Arduino started with just few boards, but now ten years later, there is an Arduino board type for (practically) every application or project. The choice can be overwhelming when selecting. This article gives overview if what to consider and what is available. Many of the latest boards are aimed fot IoT applications.

8 Strategies to Develop a New Product – Hackster Blog

https://predictabledesigns.com/product-development-strategies/ There are multiple ways for you to develop a new physical product and bring it to market. However, the strategy that is best for you depends on your specific experience, your product, your team, and your finances. Keep in mind that there is no strategy to develop a product that is best for everyone

New product: Raspberry Pi 3 Model A+ on sale now at $25 – Raspberry Pi

https://www.raspberrypi.org/blog/new-product-raspberry-pi-3-model-a/ With the new Raspberry Pi 3 Model A+ you can now get the 1.4GHz clock speed, 5GHz wireless networking and improved thermals of Raspberry Pi 3B+ in a smaller form factor. By halving the RAM to 256MB, and removing the USB hub and Ethernet controller, the board could be made cheaper and smaller. For

Halloween links

Some engineering and science links for this Halloween: Scientist Trains AI To Create Brilliantly Ludicrous “Sexy” Halloween Costume Ideas article shows what happens when you use AI to design a Halloween costume. 10 Scary True Stories from Engineering History presents you scary experiments like resurrecting the dead, mind control, radiation gone wrong, and man-eating robots,