Drones, remote inspection technologies and insights on cybersecurity were some of the main topics discussed at the DNV GL Innovation Day in Singapore. The Innovation Day kicked off with a presentation from Dr Pierre Sames, DNV GL Group Technology & Research Director, on DNV GL’s Technology Outlook 2025. This report, which is published every five years, offers … Continue reading Uptake In cyberphysical systems expected
Mirai has struck again, hacking IoT devices to take out major websites such as Twitter, Spotify, Amazon and Paypal. Chinese electronics manufacturer Hangzhou Xiongmai Technology has admitted its inadvertent role in the attack. As reported by PACE earlier this month, a malware source code dubbed ‘Mirai’ has been publically released. Within two weeks of its … Continue reading Chinese manufacturer admits fault in massive cyber attack
e2v, a leader in the high-reliability semiconductor market, and Peregrine Semiconductor Corp., founder of RF SOI (silicon on insulator) and pioneer of advanced RF solutions, have introduced the PE97640, an ultra-low phase noise FRAC-N phase-locked loop (PLL) for commercial space applications. Available exclusively through e2v, the PE97640 is the first new space product since e2v … Continue reading Ultra-low phase noise phase-locked loop for commercial applications
RESEARCHERS at Griffith University have overcome one of the key challenges to quantum computing by simplifying a complex quantum logic operation.
LED manufacturer Lumileds and low-temperature RPCVD innovator BluGlass will collaborate to create enhanced LEDs for certain applications.
AN international, interdisciplinary team of researchers have made a breakthrough in generating single photons to carry quantum information securely.
RMIT researchers have developed a nanostructured thin film that can selectively filter light, significantly increasing the bandwidth of optical communication systems.
RMIT and CSIRO researchers are working to improve personal safety in the mining industry, by developing wearable personal safety systems.
RESEARCHERS at the University of Newcastle have hand-built a laser microscope utilising plans, parts and technical advice from the Internet.
A PhD student at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) is aiming to create advanced lithium-ion batteries that can not only boost the effectiveness of renewable energy sources, but are also less harmful for the environment.
RESEARCH into nanotechnology will receive a major boost in April 2016, as the Australian Institute for Nanoscale Science and Technology launches at the University of Sydney.
AS HEALTHCARE and ICT industries converge, there will be major growth for the global medical device market, reaching US$539.5 billion in 2020, says TrendForce.
A TEAM of researchers who demonstrated that an end-to-end network can cut its energy use by 98 percent, while still increasing its traffic, has been named finalists at the 2016 Edison Awards.
FLEXIBLE computer displays and revolutionary miniature cameras are a possibility, thanks to the world’s thinnest lens.
MORE than 1000 students from around the world will participate in a robot building competition taking place in Sydney on 17 to 19 March.
SCIENTISTS in the US have found a way to use a simple manufacturing technique to build a high-capacity battery material that protects itself from damage.
DR NEERAJ Sharma, from UNSWs School of Chemistry, is developing next-generation rechargeable batteries that couple with solar cells, and run on seawater.
CORNELL University researchers have developed a material which emits light and stretches to more than six times its original size, with possible applications as the “skin” of soft robots.
EUROPEAN researchers have developed rolls of flexible lighting foils that can be produced en masse, paving the way for cheaper solar cells, LED panels and flexible electronics.
RESEARCHERS at Monash University have designed an alternative to the inflating “cuff” for measuring blood pressure.