Backplane Systems Technology has released the APC-3072 & APC-3082 series of IP66 Sunlight Readable 7” & 8” Panel PC’s.
Internet of Things (IoT) is the term du jour. As adoption increases the natural question becomes, how has it been secured? To understand an effective security strategy for IoT, we first need to understand where the value from IoT is generated.
It’s been hard to miss the curiosity around “the Fourth Industrial revolution” across industry news stories and conversations over the last few years. Scott Moffat, managing director of Pilz Australia reveals how automation is set to be industry’s big game changer.
From the monitoring of simple components, such as E-STOP or safety switches, to the integration of optoelectronic sensors or standstill monitoring of motors: with the 22.5 mm housings, the relays have a compact design and can be installed in the switch cabinet in a space-saving manner.
The Krypton DAQ module is shockproof and vibration proof. Being milled from a single block of aluminium and then filled with rubber also makes this module completely waterproof.
Cybersecurity researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology have developed a new form of ransomware that was able to take over control of a simulated water treatment plant, exposing the vulnerability of industrial controls.
By modulating the flow of phonons through semiconductor nanowires, engineers can create smaller and faster devices.
A professor from Columbia Engineering has built a trilayer structure for li-ion batteries that is stable in ambient air, which makes batteries both longer lasting and cheaper to manufacture.
Engineers have developed a bio-manufacturing process that uses a biological organism cultivated in brewery wastewater to create the carbon-based materials needed to make energy storage cells.
Researchers have made the first ever observation of the dewetting process, which could have big implications for technologies such as coating and self-cleaning surfaces.
Researchers from North Carolina State University and Samsung Electronics have found a way to boost the speed of computer applications by more than 9 per cent.
A chemistry professor from the University of Wisconsin-Madison has invented a battery to address night-time solar efficiency issues.
A mechanical engineering professor from Louisiana Tech University has discovered a new mechanism for strengthening nanomaterials and tailoring their properties to build superior structures.
The Defense Science Board’s Study on Autonomy has been released, confirming that effective use of artificial intelligence will likely be a deciding factor in military success – and the US is lagging behind.
Chicago is rolling out the first 50 of 500 sensors that will be installed across the city to measure everything from air quality to pedestrian traffic. The project – dubbed the Array of Things – is the first of its kind in a US city.
Researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Brookhaven National Laboratory have created a new imaging technique that allows scientists to probe the internal makeup of a battery during charging and discharging using different X-ray energies while rotating the battery cell.
NetComm Wireless announced that it has established its first research and development (R&D) facility outside of Australia with the launch of its new R&D centre in Sunrise, Florida, United States.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has announced a project with the U.S. Army Research Office to develop tissue-integrated biosensor technology to monitor soldiers’ health in real-time.
The use of smart streetlights in LA is saving the city millions of dollars while providing a backbone for its smart city initiative, which is improving traffic infrastructure, mobile broadband, electric vehicles and public safety.
A Chinese supercomputer made using entirely Chinese technology has been labelled the fastest in the world.