Once the product is developed, the technology can easily be transferred to our partner IBM Canada for high volume production.
February 6, 2020 | By: Nishita Rao MEMS technology has changed human interaction with electronic devices. Introduced in the 1990s,
By Anne-Françoise Pelé The global haptic component market will be worth $4.8 billion by 2030, according to research firm IDTechEx.
Par Samuel K. Moore Cryochips par Intel, Seeqc, et d’autres pourraient aider les ordinateurs quantiques. Lire l’article complet (Anglais seulement)
27 January 2020 What if cars could “read” the yellow line and road markings to detect imperfections such as potholes
A new method determines whether circuits are accurately executing complex operations that classical computers can’t tackle. Rob Matheson | MIT
Michael Petch – January 15th 2020 Predicting the future is impossible. But that doesn’t stop us at 3D Printing Industry
By Evan Federowicz As reported by the Korean Maeil Economy earlier this week, Samsung has succeeded in making a prototype
In 2019, the wide-ranging advances in photonics include precision fabrication and measurement, biosensing and imaging, and the use of AI.
Australian med-tech company Anatomics has conducted a study on the benefits of 3D printed patient-specific medical models for pre-surgical planning.