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Educational Board To Understand STEM In Simple Wayby Vinay (Electronics For You) on 20 October 2020 at 18:20
The mini computer enables children to learn the basics of modern computing and get hands-on training through interactive projects element14, an Avnet Company and manufacturing partner of the Micro:bit Educational Foundation is pleased to announce the manufacture of 5 million BBC micro:bit devices since its launch in 2016. The micro:bit has been adopted by multiple The post Educational Board To Understand STEM In Simple Way appeared first on Electronics For You.
Smart HID Device Based on Hand Gestures For PC Controlby Ashwini Sinha (Electronics For You) on 20 October 2020 at 12:17
Many times while giving presentations to a huge audience, we need the help of a keyboard or mouse to navigate through different slides. But it is not easy to use and looks a bit odd as well. So today we will make a gesture-based smart HID device that allows you to control your PC or The post Smart HID Device Based on Hand Gestures For PC Control appeared first on Electronics For You.
Op-Amp Basics: What Is An Operational Amplifier?by Saurabh (Electronics For You) on 20 October 2020 at 11:45
An operational amplifier or op-amp is simply a linear Integrated Circuit (IC) having multiple-terminals. The op-amp can be considered to be a voltage amplifying device that is designed to be used with external feedback components such as resistors and capacitors between its output and input terminals. It is a high-gain electronic voltage amplifier with a The post Op-Amp Basics: What Is An Operational Amplifier? appeared first on Electronics For You.
Mass-Spectrometry Breakthrough For Detecting Virusesby Vinay (Electronics For You) on 20 October 2020 at 11:02
The latest demonstration by CEA scientists of mass spectrometry with the help of nano optomechanical sensors can allow for accurate detection of viruses regardless of shape Nano-electromechanical sensors measure the mass of nano-objects that are inaccessible to conventional mass spectrometry. They can be used to characterize synthetic or natural nanoparticles, such as viruses. Until now, The post Mass-Spectrometry Breakthrough For Detecting Viruses appeared first on Electronics For You.
AI Insurance Is Coming, Here’s Whyby EFY Team (Electronics For You) on 20 October 2020 at 10:00
Artificial intelligence is a powerful tool, but it may pose some risks if used incorrectly. These risks can be unknown or uncontrollable and hence, you need to find other ways to deal with it. Artificial intelligence (AI) is not only a powerful tool, it can also be a highly risky technology if used incorrectly. No The post AI Insurance Is Coming, Here’s Why appeared first on Electronics For You.
Microcontroller-Agnostic Module Form Factor To Enable Smart Sensorsby Vinay (Electronics For You) on 20 October 2020 at 10:00
It addresses fast-growing sensor market by implementing an IIoT architecture with true Plug and Play network integration PICMG, a consortium for the development of open embedded computing specifications, has announced the ratification of the MicroSAM specification. MicroSAM is a new microcontroller-agnostic, ultra-small form-factor module for the enablement of smart sensors. MicroSAM is the first PICMG The post Microcontroller-Agnostic Module Form Factor To Enable Smart Sensors appeared first on Electronics For You.
JOB: Engineer – Computer Vision based Automotive Perception Systemsby EFY Team (Electronics For You) on 20 October 2020 at 9:29
Description Be a Part of the Technology Revolution There has never been a more exciting time to be part of an automotive technology company like Visteon. No industry offers more fast-paced change and opportunity than today’s automotive industry. We are in the midst of a mobility revolution that will completely change the way we interact The post JOB: Engineer – Computer Vision based Automotive Perception Systems appeared first on Electronics For You.
JOB: Cloud Engineer At Siemensby EFY Team (Electronics For You) on 20 October 2020 at 9:15
Job Description You will be Crafting and maintain efficient data pipeline architecture You should Assemble large, complex data sets that meet functional / non-functional business requirements. You will Identify, design, and implement internal process improvements: automating manual processes, optimizing data delivery, re-designing infrastructure for greater scalability, etc. You Build the infrastructure required for efficient extraction, The post JOB: Cloud Engineer At Siemens appeared first on Electronics For You.
JOB: Software Quality Analyst Iby EFY Team (Electronics For You) on 20 October 2020 at 9:12
The successful candidate will be responsible for the quality and testing of web applications for Bentley’s Construction product line. The job offers excellent benefits and great opportunity to learn cutting-edge technologies. Responsibilities Understand and analyze product requirements, communicate with product management teams Develop test design of user scenarios, test cases and checklists Prepare test environments The post JOB: Software Quality Analyst I appeared first on Electronics For You.
Latest Modular Sensor Offering For Airborne Mappingby Vinay (Electronics For You) on 20 October 2020 at 8:26
Integration of LiDAR and image capture technology in airborne sensors allows users to capture high-quality data per flight – even in low-light conditions Leica Geosystems, part of Hexagon and supplier of premium sensors, software and services, has introduced the Leica TerrainMapper-2, the latest solution in the company’s hybrid sensor road map that integrates LiDAR and image The post Latest Modular Sensor Offering For Airborne Mapping appeared first on Electronics For You.
S.H.I.E.L.D. yourself from unwanted mic and camera accessby Arduino Team (Arduino Blog) on 19 October 2020 at 22:56
If you haven’t heard, a lot of us are working from home these days, making mic and camera discipline more important than ever. To help avoid unwanted recording, Tovi Levis created the S.H.I.E.L.D. device, which stands for Software and Hardware for Invisible Eavesdroppers and Lurkers Detection. This amply-named project uses an Arduino Uno to control
Tell time and temperature with sliding numbersby Arduino Team (Arduino Blog) on 19 October 2020 at 17:21
While dial clocks are functional and well-understood, for something a bit more uniquely styled, Luuk Esselbrugge has created a 3D-printed timekeeping unit with four rows of sliding numbers. As seen here, each digit moves up and down to show the appropriate hour and minutes under the power of a stepper. A rack system is integrated
Keeping e-scooter riders off sidewalks with Arduinoby Arduino Team (Arduino Blog) on 18 October 2020 at 17:26
Shared electric scooters can be found zooming many city streets, and while convenient, they can also be a nuisance when used on sidewalks instead of roadways. After receiving complaints about sidewalk riding, the city of Santa Monica, California approached the California Polytechnic State University’s Digital Transformation Hub (DxHub) about finding a solution beyond signage and
This LED coffee table reacts to whatever’s on topby Arduino Team (Arduino Blog) on 16 October 2020 at 19:46
The YouTube team “Ty and Gig Builds” recently decided to make their coffee table a little more interesting, adding a chain of 96 addressable LEDs underneath its clear surface. This would have been neat enough by itself, but their project doesn’t just stop there and instead embeds 154 IR emitters and 154 IR receivers, allowing it
Woven fabric becomes on-skin wearable interfaceby Arduino Team (Arduino Blog) on 14 October 2020 at 18:58
Researchers at Cornell University’s Hybrid Body Lab have been pursuing a novel woven interface that attaches to the user’s skin. Their aptly named WovenSkin integrates electronics into a fabric pattern, including capacitive sensing materials, shape-memory alloys (SMAs), and thermochromic materials to allow for both input and output functionality. The “second skin” is connected to Arduino Mini, small
This bike blinks brightly to the beat!by Arduino Team (Arduino Blog) on 14 October 2020 at 15:29
Natasha (AKA TechnoChic) is a member of a bicycle club that goes for rides at night during the summer, and while off-the-shelf lights are fine, she wanted something a bit more interesting. To accomplish this, while learning more about the technologies involved, she decided to equip her bike with an array of addressable LEDs. The