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  • Get Mannerisms, Gadget Master, the Daily and the Weekly, in newsletter form (ElectronicsWeekly)
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  • AV simulation testing for 3D object detection, collision prediction (EDN News)
    <p>There was a time when self-driving cars taking over the roads was a distant vision. Today, the situation has changed dramatically. Although autonomous vehicles (AVs) took longer than expected to make their first appearance, automotive experts believe that this technology is poised to mature quickly.</p> <p>Automotive OEMs and their key technology partners are already in the process of developing and testing truly self-driving vehicles—Level 5 autonomous cars—that can cruise along open roads w...
  • Sierra Wireless readies next-gen 5G modules (EDN News)
    <p>Sierra Wireless is now sampling its RF-optimized EM92 series of 5G NR sub-6 GHz mobile broadband embedded modules. This latest edition to the Sierra Wireless lineup will enable the most demanding, business-critical industrial and networking use cases. The company also announced that DISH Wireless has adopted the EM92 series 5G modules to connect to its new Smart 5G network through Band N70.</p> <p><img class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-4483647" src="
  • Software improves wire harness design (EDN News)
    <p>Harness Builder 2022 for Zuken’s E3.series electrical design software adds a built-in datasheet viewer and wire harness weight estimator. The updated software also aims to simplify automatic wire processing with new features and support for leading wire cut, mark, and strip machines.</p> <p><img loading="lazy" class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-4483643" src="" alt="" width="800" height="353" srcset="https://www.edn....
  • DIY cold plates permit custom fit (EDN News)
    <p>Advanced Thermal Solutions’ DIY aluminum cold plates allow engineers to safely drill holes in a mounting pattern that matches the target hot device. Once the right placement and design are determined, ATS can manufacture the custom cold plate for prototypes or production.</p> <p><img loading="lazy" class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-4483639" src="" alt="" width="800" height="390" srcset="
  • Obsolescence management cannot be an afterthought (Evertiq)
    “Obsolescence has always existed. However, it usually only becomes really critical for companies when the exception mutates into the norm. And in recent years we have unfortunately experienced this unwanted development not only with semiconductor chips, but increasingly with many other components, materials and raw materials,” says IIOM President and COGD Chairman Dr Wolfgang Heinbach.
  • Most Read articles – Advanced packaging, 2kV SiC mosfets, Renesas EV power (ElectronicsWeekly)
    <p>There's the size of the advanced packaging market, ST's ambition to be a $20bn revenue company, an Advantech competition to win a drone, Infineon's 2kV silicon carbide mosfets and news of Renesas building a 300mm line for electric vehicle power semiconductors...</p> <p>This story continues at <a rel="nofollow" href="">Most Read articles &#8211; Advanc...
  • FREYR starts preparatory work for Finnish battery plant (Evertiq)
    The Norwegian battery manufacturer has signed an agreement with the City of Vaasa, Finland, for the temporary lease of 130 hectares – 1,300,000 square metres – of land in the GigaVaasa area. The plot will be the future site of the company's planned battery cell production plant.
  • The CEO Who Hated Bureaucracy (ElectronicsWeekly)
    <p>The famed CEO of GE, Jack Welch, wrote this in the company’s 2000 Annual Report: “We cultivate the hatred of bureaucracy in our Company and never for a moment hesitate to use that awful word ‘hate’. Bureaucrats must be ridiculed and removed. They multiply in organizational layers and behind functional walls &#8211; which means that ...</p> <p>This story continues at <a rel="nofollow" href="">The CEO Who Hat...
  • New post-pandemic low – 17.5M notebook panels shipped in April (Evertiq)
    According to TrendForce research, due to China's lockdowns and inventory adjustments by notebook brands, April notebook panel shipments totaled 17.5 million units, down 21.5% YoY, and a new low for shipments since April 2020 and the advent of the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • More SMT muscles arrive at NOTE Windsor (Evertiq)
    The engineering team at EMS provider NOTE's Windsor operations have been keeping busy with ongoing investments in additional SMT manufacturing muscles.
  • 5G small cell trial for City of London (ElectronicsWeekly)
    <p>The City of London is to get a small cell mobile communication pilot project, offering multi-operator 4G and 5G connectivity at street level. &#8220;If the pilot is successful, the ambition is for a City-wide deployment that will deliver faster mobile connectivity speeds across the Square Mile&#8221;, according to network service provider Freshwave, which will be working with ...</p> <p>This story continues at <a rel="nofollow" href="
  • StradVision to open new Dusseldorf office (Evertiq)
    StradVision, an AI-based vision processing company for Autonomous Vehicles and ADAS, expands in Europe with the opening of their second office in Germany, based in Dusseldorf.
  • National instruments launches ADAS data gathering fleet (ElectronicsWeekly)
    <p>National Instruments has announced a fleet of vehicles for Europe, the US and China that will record data for autonomous driving research. The intention is to provide data for training, testing and validating perception algorithms and hardware. &#8220;ADAS data recording is one of the most complex challenges, as data from multiple sensor modalities &#8211; camera, ...</p> <p>This story continues at <a rel="nofollow" href="
  • Tower record 1Q22 revenues of $421 Million, a 21% YoY (Evertiq)
    Tower Semiconductor reported first quarter 2022 revenue of USD 421 million, an increase of 21% compared to USD 347 million in the first quarter of 2021.
  • Gallium Semiconductor opens its Nijmegen R&D center (Evertiq)
    Gallium Semiconductor has officially held the grand opening of its European R&D center in a ceremony in Nijmegen, the Netherlands.
  • Ferrotec to add manufacturing capacity with new plant in Malaysia (Evertiq)
    Ferrotec, a global supplier of materials, components, and precision system solutions, is establishing a new manufacturing facility at Kulim Hi-Tech Park, Kedah, facilitated by the Malaysian Investment Development Authority (MIDA).
  • Image sensor wafer capacity to grow 13% this year (ElectronicsWeekly)
    <p>Wafer capacity for image sensors was one million 200mm-equivalent wafers per month at the end of 2021 and is expected to grow 13% this year, according to Knometa Research’s Global Wafer Capacity 2022 By the end of 2026, installed capacity for image sensors is projected to be 1.8 million 200mm-equiv. wafers per month. That’s an average ...</p> <p>This story continues at <a rel="nofollow" href="">Image sensor wafer capacity to grow ...
  • Infineon LED controller integrates MCU (ElectronicsWeekly)
    <p>Infineon has added to its LITIX LED controller portfolio with the dual-channel, stand-alone DC-DC controller TLD6098-2ES. The controller is the first product that can drive a full LED headlamp by itself without an additional microcontroller. It can also operate the four standard LED front light functions: High Beam (HB), Low Beam (LB), Daytime Running Lights ...</p> <p>This story continues at <a rel="nofollow" href="
  • Euroconsult sizes $4.4bn Space Logistics market (ElectronicsWeekly)
    <p>Euroconsult, a Paris-based consultancy specialising in the space sector, has released its 2022 space logistics satellite market report, outlining the on-orbit services required to sustain a space ecosystem. It says such services, ranging from launches to satellites’ end of life, are expected to generate $4.4 billion in revenue by 2031, with the involvement of more ...</p> <p>This story continues at <a rel="nofollow" href="
  • Automated driving company gets €8m loan (ElectronicsWeekly)
    <p>The European Investment Bank (EIB) has granted an €8 million loan to Sensible 4 of Finland which has developed Level 4 automated driving software enabling any vehicle to operate under challenging weather conditions, including snow, heavy rain, fog and sandstorms. The loan is part of the European Guarantee Fund’s venture debt product to provide liquidity ...</p> <p>This story continues at <a rel="nofollow" href="">Automated driving...
  • Inflation (ElectronicsWeekly)
    <p>Strong economic recovery following the end of the lockdowns with pent-up consumer spending being released and the effect of the war squeezing supplies have helped to push already-rising inflation higher. In April, the Consumer Price Index by the OECD rose by 8.3% y-o-y in the US, 7.4% in Germany, 6.2% in the UK and 4.5% ...</p> <p>This story continues at <a rel="nofollow" href="">Inflation</a></p> <p>Or just read mor...
  • Skeleton targets the Polish market – teams up with ZPUE (Evertiq)
    Supercapacitor specialist, Skeleton Technologies, and ZPUE, a Polish manufacturer of electrical devices for electrical power distribution utilities, have entered into a commercial agreement to provide energy storage solutions to the Polish market.
  • Hewlett Packard Enterprise to set up new factory in Czech Republic (Evertiq)
    Hewlett Packard Enterprise has announced plans to build its first European factory for next-generation high performance computing (HPC) and artificial intelligence (AI) systems to accelerate delivery to customers and strengthen the region’s supplier ecosystem.
  • Non-rad-hard power MOSFET question (EDN News)
    <p>A client who was somewhat given to wishful thinking wanted to use power MOSFETs that were not characterized for radiation environment service in a radiation exposed power supply application. It was like asking if Play-Doh could be useful for making automobile tires.</p> <p>In short, to harden or not to harden should never be a question regarding using semiconductors in a radiation environment.</p> <p>I would like to share a communication with you as follows:</p> <p><strong><img loading="lazy"...
  • Electric truck hydropower for energy storage—brilliant, crazy, or both? (EDN News)
    <p>There are many cases of ideas which were first dismissed and ridiculed, then eventually accepted. For example, when respected mathematician Christian Doppler first presented his analysis of frequency shift due to source/receiver relative motion in the early 1800s, he was more than just ridiculed—he was dismissed from his academic teaching position and was almost expelled from the prestigious Austrian Academy of Sciences (<strong>Reference 1</strong>).</p> <p>In a more complicated situation, N...
  • How real is TSMC’s bid for conversion to 1.4-nm process node? (EDN News)
    <p>Here comes a new ripple in the process node wars among the mega-fab rivals TSMC and Samsung Foundry. The industry reports about TSMC converting its 3-nm process R&amp;D into a 1.4-nm process in June is likely to spark another round of process node duel between Taiwan’s leading pure-play fab and Samsung. However, it’s still not clear how this ambitious conversion to 1.4-nm process geometry will actually work.</p> <p><img loading="lazy" class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-4483607" src="https:...
  • Very simple amplifier with phantom power (EDN News)
    <p>The circuit in <strong>Figure 1</strong> is suited for inductive sources such as a dynamic microphone, transformer or inductance sensor/pick up.</p> <p><img loading="lazy" class="aligncenter wp-image-4483603 size-full" src="" alt="" width="642" height="410" srcset=" 642w,
  • tinyML apps team with radar sensors (EDN News)
    <p>Imagimob offers two tinyML applications for gesture recognition and fall detection using radar sensors from Texas Instruments. The applications are available as starter projects in Imagimob AI, a tinyML development platform for machine learning on edge devices.</p> <p><img loading="lazy" class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-4483576" src="" alt="" width="700" height="415" srcset="
  • AIoT chip performs multicore edge computing (EDN News)
    <p>MediaTek’s Genio 1200 SoC packs an 8-core CPU, 5-core GPU, and 2-core AI processor for building advanced AIoT devices. The Genio 1200 is part of a complete platform stack comprising premium, mid-tier, and entry-level SoCs; open platform software development kits; and a developer portal offering resources and tools. This all-in-one platform aims to ease the development of a wide range of consumer, enterprise, and industrial smart applications.</p> <p><img loading="lazy" class="aligncenter size...