Electronics & Electrical

Electronics

    

FlexEnable achieves first for flexible display offerings

FlexEnable acquires Merck’s OTFT material portfolio to enhance offering for flexible OLCD manufacturers.

    

The robot revolution in materials handling

Ultralife reflects on how robotics manufacturers may need to re-consider their choice of portable power when improving robot designs.

Planning for obsolescence in medical devices

EU Automation explains how obsolescence management can be used as a tool to aid medical device manufacturers.

The electrical industrial steeplechase

REO UK contemplates some of the potential difficulties looming on the electrical horizon.

Crowded world leaves little room for computer carts

Accutronics explains how advanced batteries can help to solve the problem of medical cart manoeuvrability in busy hospitals.

Printed electronics open way for electrified tattoos and personalized biosensors

Electrical engineers at Duke University have devised a fully print-in-place technique for electronics that can work on human skin.

Electrical

   

When will electric aircraft take off?

EU Automation shares some recent developments in electric aircraft and discusses where the industry will go next.

   

Avoiding shocks when electrifying rail

REO UK explains the importance of ensuring the components underpinning electric trains are carefully considered.

Composite solutions for the wind energy industry

Exel Composites explains the demand for wind energy and why composite materials are the answer to producing powerful and efficient turbines.

Managing energy use to reduce carbon footprint

Renishaw shares the changes businesses can make on their energy management journeys.

Stacked bipolar plates form the core of the fuel cell

Schaeffler develops key components for fuel cells and fuel cell stacks called ‘metallic bipolar plates’.

The electrical industrial steeplechase

REO UK contemplates some of the potential difficulties looming on the electrical horizon.

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