Guest Blogs

  • Harmonic filters prevent failure of power instruments and reduce costs

    Harmonic filters are used to eliminate the harmonic distortion caused by various electrical appliances.

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  • Automation Taipei 2018 sets a milestone for collaboration

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  • Smart sensors, from smoke to RF

    When discussing wireless communications, I often ask people what the first wireless communications system was. I seldom get the answer I am looking for, as most do not understand my question.

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  • Warming up to body heat

    Warming up to body heat

    My last request of them was to get their input on how we could create devices that ran on “body heat”. I believe they were catching my vision while privately labeling me as crazy.

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  • Power supply design: To build or to buy?

    Power supply design: To build or to buy?

    Followers of the OEMSecrets article series know that repairing TMI usually starts out with power supply trouble. Due to that, buying an off-the-shelf module can be attractive.

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  • The Internet of Learning Things

    The Internet of Learning Things

    When did artificial intelligence become popular again?

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  • Voice assistant battles, part three: The challenges

    It’s not easy to be a retailer today when more and more people are turning to Amazon for shopping. And why not shop online?

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  • Zelda themed heart lights up via Twitter and IFTTT

    Zelda themed heart lights up via Twitter and IFTTT

    I decided to make an 8-bit themed heart container from Zelda that people can switch on or off via Twitter.

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  • Bluetooth mesh: A lot can happen in a year

    Bluetooth mesh: A lot can happen in a year

    You can learn more about Bluetooth mesh and its capabilities at Bluetooth World 2018 on September 18 and 19.

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  • Power Your Bus With Supercapacitors

    Electric buses are great for fuel savings and also for the environment. Power them with supercaps to really maximize that efficiency.

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  • 7 Hands-On Workshops Highlight Free ST Developers Conference – Register Today

    7 Hands-On Workshops Highlight Free ST Developers Conference – Register Today

    technical hands-on sessions are presented by subject-matter experts and show attendees how to optimize performance, size, power consumption, and cost of their products.

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  • Voice assistant battles, part two: The strategic importance

    Build a cross platform user experience that makes it easy for consumers to interact, control and request things through their assistant.

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  • Securing Industrial IoT sensors, part 1: The TPM for network security

    Securing Industrial IoT sensors, part 1: The TPM for network security

    For connected devices, low protected edge nodes, such as sensors, provide entry points to high value targets and sophisticated attacks.

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  • The importance of Big Data analytics in the evolution of IoT

    The advances in technology are making it possible to embed enhancing computing power in small devices and extract live streaming data from them at near-live speeds.

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  • The future of vehicle connectivity

    The future of vehicle connectivity

    As automotive technologies continue to mature, new vehicle sensors are now capable of predicting impending collisions, identifying pedestrians and cyclists, and more.

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  • Four ways AI improves automotive design while maintaining brand identity

    How OEMs can safeguard their brand identities as technology development speeds ahead.

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  • Printed circuit board 4.0

    Automation is increasing rapidly. The generation currently coming up has already been dubbed “Native Robotics.”

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  • Smart sensors: The reality of Sci-Fi

    Smart sensors: The reality of Sci-Fi

    It surprised me when I realized that as much as I was trying to convince people that power dissipation was important, I was being ignored.

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  • From enabled to proactive: The evolution of home automation

    From enabled to proactive: The evolution of home automation

    Nearly 72 percent of millennial homeowners are willing to pay thousands more for smart home features, according to a 2016 study. Tomorrow’s homes will have to be predictive to be competitive.

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  • Voice assistant battles, part one

    I have spoken on a lot of “voice” oriented shows over the years, and it has been disappointing that there hasn’t been more discussion about the competition in the industry.

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