Few industries drive adoption of new technology like healthcare. Thanks to advancements like Microsoft’s HoloLens technology, medical providers can harness mixed reality to improve the quality of patient care and overall experience.
Tom Linton, retired Chief Procurement and Supply Chain Officer at EMS giant Flex, shares his unique insights on the COVID-19 pandemic, its impact on supply chains, and tips on what industry executives can do to keep their businesses afloat.
AI at the edge will have profound effects on many industries, including transportation, defense, manufacturing and healthcare to name a few. How will AI at the edge change these industries, and why does it matter?
The latest developments in AI and IoT are shaping the future of logistics with data-driven, intelligent supply chains employing machine learning (ML). AI can deliver increased optimization in logistics while giving businesses speed and flexibility.
Internet of Things trends today revolve around shiny objects—whether they be artificial intelligence or blockchain—but what if one of the most revolutionary parts of the IoT is something designers consider every day in devices?
Analog touches everything. If not for the multitude of analog and mixed-signal components that vendors have developed in the past decades, the digital “revolution” that has made so many industry sectors leap forward would not be possible.
Electronics circuits evolved from discrete circuits to highly integrated circuits (IC) on a single chip enabling highly advanced analog and digital systems saving space and cost. An operational amplifier (Op Amp) is one such integrated circuit that has pl...
Whether you have an in-house team or are exporting the building of infrastructure to a trusted partner, make sure the team is asking the right questions when it comes to implementing and deploying IoT solutions.
Most of the innovation in IoT is focused on digital technology. From power servers running software in the cloud, to increasingly more intelligent devices operating ever closer to the edge in our factories, homes and personal devices. What is often l