Medical

  • electronica: Geofencing and wellness tracking with the NanoTracker

    electronica: Geofencing and wellness tracking with the NanoTracker

    Claiming the world's smallest GPS and GPRS tracking device (which now supports 3G), Frankfurt-based company Round Solutions is adamant they provide "a...

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  • Blog about a blog: Medical device security

    I came across a blog the other day that was promoting a technical conference (in full disclosure, I'm involved in the conference). Normally I wouldn't...

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  • Intersil buck controller eliminates intermediate power conversion

    It seems to be power-supply design last few days, as this is the third blog in row to cover that topic (See the blog on Sonics' ICE-Grain technology a...

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  • New Inventory Search Tool helps engineers cut to the chase in component selection

    New Inventory Search Tool helps engineers cut to the chase in component selection

    As a member of the embedded trade media I must admit that at times it's difficult to find information about particular products. In fact, it's often d...

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  • DTSec standard evolves to assist medical device makers

    At the recent MEDSec conference, a gathering of medical-device security professionals, a hot topic was the recently released DTSec specification, whic...

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  • Top 10 embedded inventions of the last 10 years

    In a recent interview with Ray Zinn, I asked him what he thought was the greatest invention of his lifetime. He came up with a bunch of good answers,...

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  • A host of products from Kontron target rugged industrial, medical apps

    A host of products from Kontron target rugged industrial, medical apps

    Kontron recently announced a series of products that help put the systems integrator squarely in the rugged industrial environment.

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  • Plain and simple: Maximize your battery life

    There are many items that affect battery life. Be sure you check all the boxes, including the comparator, which could come from Maxim Integrated.

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  • How to choose the optimal wavelength for your biosensor application

    How to choose the optimal wavelength for your biosensor application

    To optimize optical biosensors, you need to understand the behavior of light as it impinges upon and travels through the skin.

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  • Mobile VR comes with its own set of challenges

    Mobile VR comes with its own set of challenges

    Virtual reality is coming to mobile platforms, but it comes with challenges, from processing to power, and then some.

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  • How connected medical devices and integrated mobile applications address healthcare's biggest challenges

    Because of the rapid population growth and increased lifestyle diseases, remote patient monitoring and health control have become some of the top emer...

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  • A new “touch” for the modern user interface

    A new “touch” for the modern user interface

    An innovative product needs a modern user interface to meet customer expectations. An outdated user interface puts revenue at risk. The CAP1xxx, MTCH10x, and AT42QTxxxx families of turnkey touch...

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  • Don't discount quiescent current in quest for longer battery life

    Don't discount quiescent current in quest for longer battery life

    Battery life is at a critical juncture as our smart, connected devices continue to shrink but are still expected to deliver more functionality and per...

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  • Ensuring a safe medical design

    Ensuring a safe medical design

    Until recently, developers and manufacturers of medical devices have not been required to consider security in their products. New guidance from the U...

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  • How the IoT is changing clinical trials

    How the IoT is changing clinical trials

    The Internet of Things is influencing nearly every aspect of our lives. Everything from our home appliances to traffic signals to our workplaces is co...

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  • CES 2017: Leti says RELAX with new EEG wearable

    At CES 2017, French technology research institute Leti will introduce an electroencephalography (EEG) wearable device that measures brain-activity via...

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  • Beating epilepsy with algorithms

    Even on anticonvulsant medications, patients with epilepsy struggle with spontaneous seizures. While infrequent, patients experience persistent anxiet...

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  • RTOS in the IoT: Where we are and where we're headed

    RTOS in the IoT: Where we are and where we're headed

    The Internet of Things (IoT) has brought software developers from all walks of technology into the field of embedded system design, and with them vari...

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  • electronica: Maxim demonstrates Pocket IO PLC with soccer ball

    electronica: Maxim demonstrates Pocket IO PLC with soccer ball

    Industry 4.0 and wearables are the key areas of focus for Maxim Integrated Products, Inc. at electronica 2016, where they'll be presenting exactly how...

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  • First stop for automotive design is the embedded lab

    It's truly amazing how the focus of the automobile, at least from my jaded viewpoint, has made a complete turn from the mechanical engineers of Detroi...

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