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Choosing the Most Suitable Predictive Maintenance Sensor Chris Murphy
When monitoring a machine’s health, it is critically important to select the most suitable sensors to ensure faults can be detected, diagnosed, and even predicted. Here, we will discuss how to choose the most appropriate sensor.

New Tech Tuesdays: Fuse Technology Tommy Cummings
We pay tribute to a new generation of heroic fuses by featuring three different types—resettable, very fast-acting, and eFuses—that put their lives on the line to protect valuable electric circuits.

6 Key Aspects of the 3GPP 5G Release 16 Steve Taranovich
5G New Radio (NR) reached a milestone on July 3, 2020, with Release 16 of the 5G standard. We’ll explore the six key aspects of the release, including sidelinking, multi-TRP, the unlicensed spectrum, and time-sensitive networking (TSN).

New Tech Tuesdays: Applications for Gesture and ToF Sensors on the Rise Tommy Cummings
Gesture and proximity sensors and Time-of-Flight (ToF) cameras are part of the motion-sensing technology that is finding practical applications every day. The industry is making particular headway in automotive and industrial uses.

Emission-free Utility and Special-purpose Vehicles Julia Krüger
New environmental regulations and the need to balance CO2 emissions make the change from combustion engines to battery-electric drive systems inevitable. This is where the universal vehicle charging inlets from Phoenix Contact can help.

5 Ways Cyberattacks Happen Adam Kimmel
Cybercriminals adapt to the different forms of media we use. If we know the “how” behind these types of attacks, we are better equipped to prevent and protect our data.

New Tech Tuesdays: Single-Pair Ethernet Networking Proves Less Is More Tommy Cummings
Single-pair Ethernet uses one pair of wires rather than two or four pairs to transmit power and data easily from sensors to the cloud. These product lines feature SPE connectivity.

Certain Is Better David Fambrough
Counterfeit components are on the rise. And it’s no laughing matter. Go from pretty sure to certain. Learn where all these fake parts are coming from. How you can avoid them and the bad scenarios these bogus components create for buyers and engineers alike. Grab your favorite snack food and read on.

AI for People with Physical Disabilities Michael Matuschek
Artificial intelligence can support, and in some cases, provide entirely new possibilities for people with physical disabilities such as impaired vision, speech disorders or missing or damaged limbs. However, providing these benefits to more people can create issues and challenges.

New Tech Tuesdays: 2 Air Quality Sensors Good for Health, Savings Tommy Cummings
Monitoring indoor air quality calls for sensors that can measure carbon dioxide and Volatile Organic Compounds. New Tech Tuesdays looks at how two sensors measure up.

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