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Edge Impulse Use Case: Healthcare and Cancer Detection Norik Badalyan
Healthcare, and cancer detection, in particular, is a field that stands to benefit greatly from the proliferation of machine learning. Still, to fully realize this potential, we need to take healthcare machine learning from the cloud to the edge. Ultimately, this technology can help save lives.

Give Home Audio a Tactile Facelift Using Immersive "Invisible" Sound Jean-Jacques DeLisle
Tactile transducers are ideal for situations where extra loud bass isn't feasible, or a user may want to enjoy rich audio without thunderous bass but still get the "feel" of intense sound sequences. This blog dives into concepts of audio transducers and explores their many uses in home audio.

New Tech Tuesdays: Solutions for Monitoring Products in Temperature-Sensitive Supply Chains Rudy Ramos
This week, New Tech Tuesday examines how products from STMicroelectronics and Silicon Labs can benefit the delivery of temperature-sensitive supply chain products.

High-Side SmartFET Drivers for Automotive Load Applications onsemi
Like standard MOSFETs, SmartFETs are ideal for various automotive applications. onsemi now offers a family of high-side SmartFETs ranging from 45mΩ up to 160mΩ. The devices are protected, single-channel high-side drivers that can switch various loads, such as bulbs, solenoids, and other actuators.

The Future of eMobility David Pike
The promotion of electric power vehicles, driven by better batteries and the expanding infrastructure for electric cars, is a significant trend in the automotive industry. However, other changes are also taking place, such as the redesign and usage of vehicles with new technology.

Speech Technology Promises More Than Smarter Products Stephen Evanczuk
Sophisticated speech technologies are edging closer to the greater goal of restoring individual voices lost through accident or illness or providing custom voices to those born with speech impairment.

P2P Centimeter Accuracy Position and Tracking with UWB Jean-Jacques DeLisle
UWB has recently received yet another facelift. This time it comes with significantly enhanced distance/ranging/location sensing technology and enhanced communications. It is now in a league to compete with other everyday wireless communication and sensing technologies. How does it compare?

New Tech Tuesdays 2023: Newer! Techier! Still on Tuesdays! Colin Carter
New Tech Tuesdays kicks off 2023 with a new look, a new author, and new tech.

Why Matter Matters for the Smart Home Steven Keeping
It’s been a long time coming, but Matter promises to simplify the smart home—making it easier for manufacturers to build innovative products and for consumers to use them. That will finally see the true potential of the smart home a become reality.

New Tech Tuesdays: Texas Instruments' Linear 3D Hall-Effect Can Provide Real-Time Control Tommy Cummings
In this week's New Tech Tuesday, we'll spotlight TI's TMAG5170/TMAG5170-Q1 Linear 3D Hall-Effect Sensors designed for faster and more accurate real-time control in factory automation and motor-drive applications.

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