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“This Device Can Be Used As E-Mirror For Blind Spot Detection”by Vinay (Electronics For You) on 7 August 2020 at 13:45
On his visit to the Automotive World Expo 2020 held at Japan earlier this year, Rahul Chopra discovered the new, innovative offering called e-mirror from iWaySense built especially for autonomous vehicles. Here are excerpts from his visit. Q. What is special about the e-mirror solution? A. We use FPGA devices from Xilinx to implement the The post “This Device Can Be Used As E-Mirror For Blind Spot Detection” appeared first on Electronics For You.
Temperature Screening Camera with AI Facial Recognitionby Vinay (Electronics For You) on 7 August 2020 at 11:09
To monitor public movement amidst the ease of lockdown caused due to COVID-19 pandemic, D-Link has launched a new temperature screening solution The temperature screening camera kit features facial recognition and instant alert mechanism to prevent any further disease transmission D-Link has introduced its announced new DCS-9500T Group Temperature Screening Camera Kit that can simultaneously scan up The post Temperature Screening Camera with AI Facial Recognition appeared first on Electronics For You.
Build and Deploy Edge Devices Trained Using Machine Learningby Vinay (Electronics For You) on 7 August 2020 at 10:17
STMicroelectronics along with Cartesiam has introduced an STM32-based software pack for industrial condition monitoring It simplifies prototyping and validation without requiring any specialised AI expertise, facilitating data collection under any operating conditions STMicroelectronics in collaboration with Cartesiam has developed an STM32-based software function pack, the FP-AI-NANOEDG1 software pack that allows users to quickly build, train, and deploy intelligent edge The post Build and Deploy Edge Devices Trained Using Machine Learning appeared first on Electronics For You.
“There Is No Machine Which Can’t Be Made In India”by EFY Team (Electronics For You) on 7 August 2020 at 9:56
Make in India is surely what we all should promote; but first of all, we need a well-developed infrastructure for the same. Ashok Chadda, managing director, Powersem GmbH Germany and Powersem Semiconductors Pvt Ltd India, in a conversation with Deepshikha Shukla, discusses how Make In India helps to uplift the Indian electronics market and what The post “There Is No Machine Which Can’t Be Made In India” appeared first on Electronics For You.
Long-Range High Resolution 4D Imaging Radar on a Chipby Vinay (Electronics For You) on 7 August 2020 at 8:44
A revolutionary radar imaging technology used in military systems will be made available in the from of a chip by RFISee for all automotive manufacturers The chip will be adept in preventing self-driven cars from fatal road accidents, saving the lives of many RFISee, an Israel-based developer of imaging radars for the automotive industry has The post Long-Range High Resolution 4D Imaging Radar on a Chip appeared first on Electronics For You.
Control Your IoT Projects From Anywhere With Ease By Using This Appby Vinay (Electronics For You) on 7 August 2020 at 7:34
Arduino’s latest app release can greatly benefit IoT project developers to control applications through their mobile devices Setting up a dashboard and data visualisation is now simple To help users develop their IoT solutions online, Arduino has launched the new Arduino IoT Cloud Remote app, which allows monitoring and controlling the dashboards through your mobile The post Control Your IoT Projects From Anywhere With Ease By Using This App appeared first on Electronics For You.
Smart Door Camera with Facial Recognition Feature for Thermal Screeningby Ashwini Sinha (Electronics For You) on 7 August 2020 at 6:27
In these times of COVID-19, it is essential to go through thermal screening for checking one’s body temperature before entering any premises. However, it is a tiring process as it involves measuring body temperature of all people, one at a time. At the same time, those who carry out thermal screening are required to stand The post Smart Door Camera with Facial Recognition Feature for Thermal Screening appeared first on Electronics For You.
Vector Signal Generator With Many Tools For Communication Applicationsby Vinay (Electronics For You) on 7 August 2020 at 6:19
Rohde & Schwarz’s newly launched device can support common cellular and wireless connectivity standards, including for IoT and Wi-Fi In automotive industry, the signal generator is suited for testing of car radios or GNSS navigation equipment Rohde & Schwarz has released a new multi-standard and fully configurable platform, the R&S SMCV100B vector signal generator for The post Vector Signal Generator With Many Tools For Communication Applications appeared first on Electronics For You.
Chicken coop door automation with Arduinoby Arduino Team (Arduino Blog) on 6 August 2020 at 19:47
When Geert Wanten’s wife got tired of opening up the chicken coop to let them out in the morning, he decided to automate the situation using an Arduino Nano. Wanten’s DIY system calculates the sunup/sundown via info from a DS1307 RTC module, pulling the door up with a gearmotor and a spool of fishing line.
This New Navigation Technology Selects The Best Path With Better Fuel Efficiencyby Vinay (Electronics For You) on 6 August 2020 at 13:41
With a team consisting of 30 software developers and a concept that goes back all the way to the year 2008, a small company from Budapest, Hungary plans to revolutionise the way how navigation technology can be used nowadays. To find out more, Rahul Chopra interacted with Tamas Nagy, CEO, GPSTuner at the Automotive World The post This New Navigation Technology Selects The Best Path With Better Fuel Efficiency appeared first on Electronics For You.
Basics of Power Amplifierby EFY Team (Electronics For You) on 6 August 2020 at 12:39
Amplifiers are the devices that process and increase the signal amplitude, It takes weak signals as input and amplifies them and gives stronger signals at the output. The amplifiers do amplification to current, voltage and power and hence they are classified as per their job as a current amplifier, voltage amplifier and power amplifier. Voltage The post Basics of Power Amplifier appeared first on Electronics For You.
The Science Journal is graduating from Google — coming to Arduino this fall!by Arduino Team (Arduino Blog) on 5 August 2020 at 15:18
This post was written by Valentina Chinnici, Arduino Product Manager. Arduino and Google are excited to announce that the Science Journal app will be transferring from Google to Arduino this September! Arduino’s existing experience with the Science Journal and a long-standing commitment to open source and hands-on science has been crucial to the transfer ownership
Arduino X-ray imaging phantom simulates lung movementby Arduino Team (Arduino Blog) on 5 August 2020 at 14:59
Imaging phantoms are used to evaluate and test medical devices, such as X-ray machinery, where a human subject would be impractical and/or dangerous. In order to simulate the motion and deformation of a lung, Stefan Grimm created an Arduino-powered phantom at a materials cost of around $350 USD. Much of the project’s structure is printed
This stepper-driven mechanical clock can be set to two different time zonesby Arduino Team (Arduino Blog) on 5 August 2020 at 14:40
Clocks normally tell you the time in your particular location, but what about that person that you know across the country or even on the other side the world? What time is it there? While it’s easy enough to do a web search or do a calculation, in order to find this out at an
mOLOID is a pet like no otherby Arduino Team (Arduino Blog) on 4 August 2020 at 15:28
As a part of their masters program at the University of Stuttgart, Jan Ingo Haller and Lorin Samija created a robotic pet that moves in a manner that may not be immediately evident. With the internals obscured by a cloth covering, the moving OLOID, or mOLOID, seems to roll from one vague lobe section to another
Keep track of your laps in the pool with this Arduino counterby Arduino Team (Arduino Blog) on 3 August 2020 at 21:54
PeterQuinn925 swims for exercise, and to train for the occasional triathlon, but when doing so he often zones out and forgets how many laps he has swam. To solve this problem without spending a lot of money on a commercial solution, he created his own counter using an Arduino Nano and an ultrasonic sensor. The sensor detects