Sunday, July 30, 2017

Engineering Book: Arduino by Example by Adith Jagadish Boloor

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From Free-Engineering-Book describe that this book is an ideal choice for hobbyists or professionals who want to create quick and easy projects with Arduino. As a prerequisite, readers must have a working Arduino system and some programming background, ideally in C/C++. Basic knowledge of Arduino is helpful but not required to follow along with this book.

Table of Contents

1. Getting Started with Arduino
2. Digital Ruler
3. Converting Finger Gestures to Text
4. Burglar Alarm – Part 1
5. Burglar Alarm – Part 2
6. Home Automation – Part 1
7. Home Automation – Part 2
8. Robot Dog – Part 1
9. Robot Dog – Part 2
10. Robot Dog – Part 3

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Thursday, July 27, 2017

Sensor Technology News: First Sensor builds antenna for German communication satellite by evertiq

ElectronicKitSchool. - This is one information update from sensor technology news 2017 in this time with the article titled First Sensor builds antenna for German communication satellite that published in evertiq site.

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First Sensor Lewicki GmbH, a wholly owned subsidiary of First Sensor AG, is working on the development of a multi-feed array antenna for the satellite as part of the GeReLeo-MFA project supported by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi). In this collaborative project, the company is cooperating with the Institute for High-Frequency Technology at RWTH Aachen and with IMST GmbH in Kamp-Lintford. The German Aerospace Center (DLR), the project sponsor, commissioned the construction of "Heinrich Hertz" on June 28, 2017.

This will be the first German communication satellite to enter service since the end of the last mission 16 years ago. A total of over 40 German companies and organizations will be involved in developing, testing and implementing "Heinrich Hertz" with innovative technologies and experiments. After its launch, the satellite is expected to remain in operation for 15 years at an altitude of around 36,000 kilometers. "The hybrid circuits, components and electronic modules from Oberdischingen stand for absolute reliability, even under the extreme conditions of outer space. First Sensor's collaboration on the 'Heinrich Hertz' satellite mission backs up the good reputation that it has enjoyed in the aerospace industry for decades," says Dr. Dirk Rothweiler, CEO of First Sensor AG.

The antenna measuring just 90x90 mm will feature circuit board technology for the implementation of a planar multi-feed array in which active components are embedded. "In addition to our existing qualification as an assembly and test center, our involvement in the BMWi-supported GeReLeo-MFA project for the construction of the multi-feed array antenna on the Heinrich Hertz satellite also gives us access to a new field of application in high-frequency technology qualifying for space flight," says Maximilian Sailer, Managing Director of First Sensor Lewicki GmbH. The company has been a specialist in hybrid circuits and complex electronic modules for 50 years. The reliable solutions from Oberdischingen are used worldwide in power electronics and sensor systems for industrial applications, medical technology and the aerospace industry.

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Monday, July 3, 2017

Sensor Technology News: Researchers create temperature sensor that runs on almost no power by Mallory Locklear

ElectronicKitSchool. - This is one information update from sensor technology news 2017 in this time with the article titled Researchers create temperature sensor that runs on almost no power that written by Mallory Locklear and published in Engadget site.

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Researchers at UC San Diego have developed a temperature sensor that runs on tiny amounts of power -- just 113 picowatts, around 10 billion times less power than a watt. The sensor was described in a study recently published in Scientific Reports. "We're building systems that have such low power requirements that they could potentially run for years on just a tiny battery," Hui Wang, an author of the study, said in a statement.

The team created the device by reducing power in two areas. The first was the current source. To do that, they made use of a phenomenon that many researchers in their field are actually trying to get rid of. Transistors often have a gate with which they can stop the flow of electrons in a circuit, but transistors keep getting tinier and tinier. The smaller they get, the thinner the gate material becomes and electrons start to leak through it -- a problem called "gate leakage." Here, the leaked electrons are what's powering the sensor. "Many researchers are trying to get rid of leakage current, but we are exploiting it to build an ultra-low power current source," said Hui.

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Sunday, July 2, 2017

Robot Technology News: Toyota’s Home Helper Is a Glimpse of Our Robot-Assisted Future by Jamie Condliffe

ElectronicKitSchool. - This is one information update from robot technology news 2017 in this time with the article titled Toyota’s Home Helper Is a Glimpse of Our Robot-Assisted Future that written by Jamie Condliffe and published in MIT Technology Review site.

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Romulo Camargo is a U.S. Army veteran who was paralyzed below the neck during an ambush in Afghanistan. Unable to perform everyday tasks for himself, he’s recently received a little help from a robot.

As The Verge notes, Toyota’s Human Support Robot has already been tested in hospitals in Japan, where the company plans to build and sell machines to help care for an aging population. But Camargo is the first person in North America to have one of the firm’s devices roam about his private home, which is a challenging environment for a robot tasked with handling everyday objects.

The robot itself is beckoned by Camargo, who taps a stylus held in his mouth on the screen of a tablet. Then the robot will, say, bring him a bottle of water and raise it so that he can drink from it. “Those are the most important tasks I do throughout the day, and the robot will do it for me,” says Camargo. “You know, that’s something huge.”.

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