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Bench Talk for Design Engineers

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Smart Grids Are Becoming Increasingly Important. Here's Why Mouser Staff
Talk of smart grids is everywhere and has been for a few years. But what exactly is a smart grid? What are the risks and what are the rewards? And why should engineers care?

New Tech Tuesdays: Thread Is a Good Icebreaker for Your Smart Home Devices Tommy Cummings
In this week's New Tech Tuesday, we'll look at Thread-associated products from NXP Semiconductors, STMicroelectronics, and Silicon Labs.

Depth Sensors Visualize Volumes Jon Gabay
Many new machines and robots will be able to take advantage of modular 3-D sensing and measurement thanks to the recent Analog Devices’ Time of Flight development kit. As a reference design or an OEM module, volumetric sensing just got easier.

Warehouse and Industrial Autonomous Mobile Robots Amphenol RF
The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) provides the technology to revolutionize how items get moved in and among our factory and warehouse contexts. Learn how Amphenol RF is helping to enable autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) to navigate warehouse and industrial environments successfully.

New Tech Tuesdays: Using USB4® Is Like Finding More Fast Lanes on Highways Tommy Cummings
In this week's New Tech Tuesday, we'll look at USB4 products from JAE Electronics, NXP Semiconductors, TE Connectivity, and Amphenol Commercial.

Machine Learning Could Help Cancer Diagnosis in the Future Liam Critchley
Many of the current cancer diagnosis methods are prone to human error. Introducing machine learning to the detection and diagnosis process could yield more accurate results.

The IoT Machine Authentication Dilemma Jon Gabay
There are more machine-to-machine communications today than person-to-person. Securing the exponentially growing number of IoT devices is no simple task. Can a device authenticate who it is talking to? If everything can be accessed from anywhere, is anything truly safe?

New Tech Tuesdays: Three Solutions for Powering Your Latest Designs Tommy Cummings
In this week's New Tech Tuesday, we'll look at power design devices from Texas Instruments, Infineon Technologies, and Analog Devices Inc.

How AI Can be Used to Develop Nanomedicines Liam Critchley
Computational methods have been used in pharmaceutical development for many years. AI algorithms are now offering a new way for the pharmaceutical sector to design, synthesize, scale up, and safety-check different nanomedicines.

Data Center on Wheels: Survey Says… Molex
Automakers are challenged with creating a seamless driving experience powered by software, connectivity, cloud, and edge computing capabilities—essentially a data center on wheels. Learn how Molex is helping automotive companies successfully navigate the connected vehicle of tomorrow.

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