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10 Inspirational Female Engineers Sarah Harmet
We’ve chosen 10 inspirational women whose work has transformed (or is currently transforming) engineering and society. Such women span from the inventor of the windshield wiper to that of the 1942 “Secret Communication System,” which became the foundation for modern cellular communication

Celebrating the Exciting Future of STEM Sarah Harmet
November 8th is National STEM Day—a day to celebrate science, technology, engineering, and math, as well as the students, young professionals, and experts pursuing greatness within these fields.

Master Chocolate, Army Knives, and Multi-Dev Tools Paul Golata
Imagine bringing the Swiss Army knife concept into the engineering lab and applying it to development tools. Taking inspiration from Switzerland and its most loved products, a new multifunction lab tool emerges that can replace a number of test and measurement instruments. What does this mean for engineers, hobbyists, and students? Let’s take a look.

3D Flash Lidar Mapping and Gesture Recognition Traci Browne
Using TOF camera technology, engineers are creating intelligent solutions for a broad spectrum of problems—from landing spaceships on Mars to monitoring the health of centuries-old vineyards. As revolutionary as flash lidar is, it’s extraordinary when used in tandem with other sensor technology.

Your Wireless Choice: Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, or Both? Mouser Staff
We expect devices to have wireless connectivity these days, but which standard offers the right set of trade-offs for your application? Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, or both?

Ham Radio Is Advancing in Ways You Won’t Believe Barry Manz
I’ve been out of ham radio for a long time, so recently I checked out what I’ve been missing. It’s even more than I expected and more fascinating now than ever before.

Augmenting Intelligence: Enabling Neural Networks Paul Golata
Artificial neural networks (ANNs) are a connected system of nodes that transmit nerve impulses, much like human neurons do. ANNs have made significant inroads, helping technologists develop new solutions in machine vision, human speech recognition, and medical diagnostics.

Exoskeletons Present Mobility Solutions Using an Array of Sensors Steve Schriber
Powered exoskeletons augment or deliver motion capabilities using motors, sensors, actuators, power sources, and control units. Kinetic sensors such as gyroscopes, tilt sensors, inertial sensors, and accelerometers provide necessary feedback to help an exoskeleton stay balanced and on course.

The Physical Web is Dead. The Beacon Legacy Lives On Barry Manz
The Physical Web was an interesting Bluetooth beacon-based notification concept, but it was killed last year by its creator, Google. Fortunately, its basic functionality still exists within the company’s Nearby Notifications platform.

Wi-Fi Will Soon Provide Position Accuracy of One Meter Barry Manz
One of the most formidable challenges facing anyone developing location-based products and services is the inability to obtain precise three-axis location data. A new Wi-Fi capability coming this year, or next, may solve this problem.

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