Imaging technology that fits in a pocket and works with a smart phone is just the kind of tech to shake up the $6 billion ultrasound industry. But only if it’s executed to perfection. Clarius Mobile Health wanted to take on the challenge, partnering with a global distributor, Avnet, to bring the device to market. Now, they want to make the portable ultrasound the same as omnipresent in medicine as the stethoscope. This case study shows how the Clarius scanner went from idea in a garage to cleared for sale in more than 20 countries.
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Security in medical devices: Finding your starting point
This is the first in a three-part blog where I’ll look at improving security in medical devices.
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Maxim Integrated Products’ new MAX86150 delivers photoplethysmogram (PPG) and electrocardiogram (ECG) measurements for health monitoring from a mobile, battery-powered device.
Spectral Sensor From ams Suits Mobile Applications
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Neosen Energy and Senet Work Together to Expand LoRa Networks for Schools, Medical and Businesses
Neosen Energy and Senet, Inc. will partner up to launch campus safety products connected over Senet’s LoRaWAN network.
Beyond Sensors and Cameras - Moving the IoT off the Cloud and into the Physical World
Embedded motion control devices have begun to enable development of smart, secure, low-cost motorized products that complement the IoT's eyes and ears with equally capable arms and hands.
GL Studio Adopted by Boston UX for Technology Collaboration at CES 2019
Combination of DiSTI's technology and Boston UX's design expertise provides new solution for customers developing sophisticated embedded devices
HCC Embedded Achieves ISO 27001 Certification
HCC takes proactive step to mitigate risk and manage information security
Breathe Easier: Using Core Independent Peripherals to Design a Cost-Effective Drug Delivery Device
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Olea Releases Next Gen OleaSense IoT Technology
Olea Sensor Networks has released their next gen OleaSense OS-3010 development platform for IoT applications featuring design compatibility with Raspberry Pi as well as all Linux and Android systems.
IoT Security for Low-Resource RISC-V Devices
SecureRF to Exhibit and Participate in Panel Discussion on RISC-V Security at First RISC-V Summit
18th Century Technology for Modern Medical IoT
Find out what accidentally discovered ancient technology powers a modern medical IoT design in this white paper.
Molex Releases New Pico-Clasp Wire-to-Board Connectors
The new connectors are a discrete, off-the-shelf solution with a variety of mating styles.
Menlo Micro Digital-Micro-Switch Technology Hits the Market
Menlo Micro will debut its Digital-Micro-Switch (DMS) technology platform at Electronica.
AVX and subsidiaries Ethertronics, AB Elektronik, and ATC to appear at Electronica 2018
AVX Corporation is showcasing its portfolio for automotive, medical, military, aerospace, industrial, and consumer market products at Electronica 2018.
ams’ new image sensor improves image quality for machine vision
New CSG14k image sensor from ams provides 12-bit output in 14Mpixel resolution for use in high-throughput manufacturing and optical inspection applications.
What Do You Need to Track?
Single-Wire Serial EEPROMs Provide Unique Serial Numbers to Help Identify and Track Detachable Components.
Future Electronics to Attend Electronica 2018
Future Electronics will Participate at Electronica 2018 in Munich, Germany from November 13 - 16, 2018.
AdaCore Launches Yearly Make with Ada Competition
AdaCore's yearly Make with Ada competition launches with over $8,000 in cash and prizes for imaginative embedded systems projects in Ada or SPARK.
The Heart of the Matter: Reducing Noise in Wearable Heart Rate Measurement Applications
Microchip’s Wearable Heart Rate Monitor Demonstration* uses a single 8-bit PIC microcontroller (MCU) to measure heart rate.
Medical panel PC and monitor in one
Medical panel PC and monitor as a digital patient database, a visualization system for consultations and as an entertainment system for the patient.
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