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Friday 12th of February 2016
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ESC Boston Collectible -- Wireless Mesh Networked "Hello There!" Badges
This is going to be the "must have" item at the forthcoming ESC Boston -- wireless mesh-networked badges that help their owners to network furiously.
Self-testing in embedded systems: Hardware failure
An embedded system's intrinsic intelligence facilitates the possibility of predicting failure and mitigating its effects.
Home-made Nixie tube clock: Making things spin
Imagine an antique battery-powered electric motor from yesteryear that augments, complements, and enhances the underlying Nixie tube chronograph.
Integrated chemical sensors support IoT apps
Advances in chemical sensors have made them smaller, faster, and easier to use -- with lower power consumption -- opening up new applications from industry to personal wearables.
Cyborgflora to take root?
Research into organic electronics has given a whole new meaning to the terms "power plants" and "flower power."
Tame your noisy motor - Dynamic compensation
Vibration and noise can bother users and lead to mechanical failures, but newer dynamic methods can quiet noise due to speed variations in applications with a pulsating torque.
Mars ate his spacecraft!
Renowned around the world as being an embedded engineer's embedded engineer and a consummate speaker, Jack Ganssle's presentations are "must-see" events.
Alice Though the Looking Glass, Still Alice. There are a lot of Alices. Jack remembers one.
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