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Tulip Launches Digital Manufacturing Quick-Start Kit

Factory Kit, Tulip reports, is an intuitive self-service solution that includes tools engineers need to quickly design, build and deploy manufacturing apps without writing code.

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Siemens Simulation Solution to Help Accelerate Self-Driving Car Trend

Using TASS’ PreScan virtual sensor imagery with the Mentor DRS360 platform can automate the development of algorithms for sensor fusion and processing, according to the company. Also, a new partnership was established with Cepton for physics-based LiDAR modeling.

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A Legacy of Connected Equipment

The IoT is a new world of connected equipment and data flows, which means that good ideas will come from unexpected sources.

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What AI Can Do for Electronic Design Automation

AI has begun to come into its own, making tremendous strides over the past few years. But for all its successes, applications of AI-like machine learning, neural networks and deep learning have been slow to find a place in electronic design automation.

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Tackling Blockchain

So what is blockchain, why is it being so highly lauded and how can it be applied to engineering?

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Honeywell Unveils MicroPressure Sensor

Small ported pressure sensor from Honeywell offers minimal footprint on a printed circuit board and supports wide pressure range.

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Sensors Empower Voice Interfaces

Smart microphones have made it possible to incorporate voice interfaces in mobile and wearable devices, dramatically changing the way users interact with computing systems. Image courtesy of Vesper Technologies.

The convergence of smart microphones, new digital signal processing technology, voice recognition and natural language processing has opened the door for voice interfaces.

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A Power Source for Next-Generation Sensors

The rise of energy harvesting is driven by advances that make the technology more practical and desirable for mobile and IoT applications.

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