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Conformal Coatings in Electronic Devices Liam Critchley
Electronic components need to be protected. Many components have small or complex parts that cannot be coated and protected by conventional means. Here, we discuss different polymer-based materials that can conform to a surface and protect electronic components from multiple stimuli.

The Chemistry Behind Thin Film Solar Cells Liam Critchley
The distinct types of thin film solar cells have different working principles based on their fundamental chemistry. All thin film solar cells work differently from conventional inorganic solar cells, and even though their efficiencies are not as high, they have other benefits.

New Tech Tuesdays: Asset-Tracking Means More Than Keeping an Accurate Count Tommy Cummings
In this week's New Tech Tuesday, we'll look at asset-tracking development kits from STMicroelectronics and onsemi and satellite system patches from Taoglas.

Practical Tips for Embedded System Security Mike Parks
The sheer number of embedded system devices makes them an increasingly valuable target for bad actors looking to run illegal botnets and cryptocurrency mining operations. This blog outlines practical security measures developers can use in their embedded designs.

The Chemistry Behind Inorganic Solar Cells Liam Critchley
Inorganic solar cells are the most common and efficient solar cells and rely on many different aspects of chemistry to function. Without chemistry, it would not be possible to create the internal current generation mechanisms that enable solar cells to harness sunlight, and here we explain how.

New Tech Tuesdays: BLUETOOTH® Low Energy Audio Is Making Sound Advancements Tommy Cummings
In this week's New Tech Tuesday, we'll look at development kits from Nordic Semiconductor and Mikroe that test BLE audio applications.

Tips and Tricks for Low-Power Embedded Design Mike Parks
Low-power design is crucial for battery-operated devices or devices that rely on energy harvesting technologies. Here, we address the big picture architecture-level questions and considerations in low-power embedded design.

Logistics and Material Handling with Robots Jean-Jacques DeLisle
Autonomous systems are growing in adoption to safely and efficiently handle the increased volume and complexity of logistic center fulfillment. Here, we break down the technological anatomy of AMRs and how they will continue to impact the logistics supply chain

New Tech Tuesdays: Autonomous Mobile Robot Development Tommy Cummings
In this week's New Tech Tuesday, we'll look at products from Intel®, Bosch, and NXP Semiconductors that allow AMRs sensors to see, navigate, and process commands.

What Is the Quantum Internet and Who Will Use It? SJ Barak
As if the internet wasn’t overwhelming enough, experts are now touting the advent of the Quantum Internet. But what exactly is the Quantum Internet, and who (and what) is it even for? According to an expert, the answer lies in increased anonymity, security, plowing through sensor data, and more.

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