September 2021

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The true ‘green’-worthiness of hydrogen

overnment investments in hydrogen technologies and a raft of funding initiatives for energy efficiency and electric vehicles (EVs) aim to revolutionise our roads and environment.

Does open source apply to AI?

The open source software revolution gave rise to innovations such as the Firefox web browser or the Linux operating system. It also empowered a mindset around collaboration based on sharing insights and tools to drive continuous improvement in technolo …

In-vehicle networks gain by harnessing plastic optical fibre technology

The standardisation effort for optical multi-gigabit is already in progress within the IEEE as an amendment to the Ethernet standard 802.3.

Designing productively for a hybrid architecture

By Patrice Brossard, EMEA Vertical Segment Manager (FPGAs and ASICs), Future Electronics The inexorable progress of integration in semiconductors has been blurring the boundaries between different types of components for many years. By loading up one t …

Quantum computing to help with cancer treatments

The German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ) will use the Ehningen-based quantum computer to develop cancer treatment methods specific to each patient. “We want to explore how we can systematically process and use patients’ heterogeneous data with a quantu …

NXP’s UWB technology helps Samsung users find their misplaced belongings

NXP Semiconductors has combined ultra-wide-band (UWB) and Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) to deliver spatial awareness to the Samsung Galaxy S21+ and S21 Ultra smartphones for the SmartThings Find service. NXP’s Trimension UWB platform has been applied for …

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