With the acceptance of computers and modular devices, virtual instrumentation has undoubtedly been universally embraced in test and measurement areas. But there are more changes happening in this field. Let us have a look at some of them very briefly.
This interview takes a look at the automotive design scene in India, and how it has evolved over the years with the presence of both Indian and off-shore design houses. We also take a look at the exciting SAM project race car and how it works.
Natarajan M.M., vice president for South Asia and Bhartendu Mishra, director-marketing of Arrow Asia-Pacific speaks with Dilin Anand of EFY.
Going by the effort being put in to make robots smarter, we would be seeing 'intelligent' robots in no time. This article points to some latest technologies that are being developed which could take over this world
During an interview on November 30, 2013, Jeff Bezos, CEO, Amazon.com took the correspondent into a secret room at the Amazon office and exposed an R&D project—Octocopter—drones that will fly delivery packets straight to the customers
The Internet of Things (IoT) appears to be one of the hottest topics in the IT world today and seems to be significantly influencing the strategies and plans of companies in varied segments ranging from mobile and data centre to systems security. Here is a collation of some recent strategy-related announcements from industry leaders that shows how much companies are betting on the IoT. In fact, at major events including the International CES and Mobile World Congress, people seemed to be talking about little else
IEEE believes that Assistive Technology is an emerging field bringing the engineers, medical practitioners and end users in close contact to solve the problems faced by human kind in their day to day life due to age, immobility, disability, environment and any number of other reasons. This field is attracting the attention of Governments, Corporates, Academia, Students, medical professionals, end users and NGOs. The scope of bringing the end users with the latest technology available as well as designing new systems for the customised use of the end users is large.
Thilak Kumar, regional engineering manager, Wind River, speaks to Janani Gopalakrishnan Vikram about the unfolding of the IoT. Last year, Wind River launched their Intelligent Device Platform and, together with Intel, they have created a complete hardware-software solution targeted towards addressing the needs of transportation, building automation, industrial automation, smart energy and smart homes
To provide enhanced audio quality, service reliability and additional features, countries around the world are adopting digital technology as the latest trend in radio, television and telecommunications. In keeping with the government’s decision of transitioning towards the digital mode of transmission, All India Radio is switching from analogue to digital broadcasting in a phased manner with a target of complete digitisation by the year 2017