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Bench Talk for Design Engineers

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Bench Talk for Design Engineers | The Official Blog of Mouser Electronics


Global Access to AI as a Force for Good Jon Gabay
Artificial intelligence conjures up science fiction and terrifying robots. In reality, AI is working for the good, outperforming humans on many levels, and marketed to companies in search of patterns in large data sets. What if it could find these patterns and prevent illnesses?

Looking at the Future of Imaging Systems Clive  Maxfield
As futuristic as machine-vision systems are, they suffer from the same problems as the human eye. Let’s explore challenges associated with conventional imaging systems, as well as a solution for future imaging applications such as people tracking, volumetric measurement, robotics, and more.

IoT Actuators and Sensors Charles Byers
IoT relies on actuators and sensors to interface with the physical world. This blog discusses some common actuator and sensor types, the control systems that link them, calibration, fault tolerance, security, power efficiency, and related topics. A real-world example of a tea-brewing robot is given.

High-Performance Connectivity in Robotics Paul Golata
Successful robotics connectivity only happens by design. Read on to explore some of the critical design considerations that engineers should account for when developing industrial or commercial robotic applications and some of the products designed to ensure long-lasting, stable connections.

Robots to Take Over Manhole Cleaning Adil Abdul Kareem
In a promising example of how robots are replacing manual labor in unsafe places, a startup has built a state-of-the art machine that cleans drains efficiently.

Human Augmentation and Arduino Technologies Bruce Byfield
Arduino microcontrollers are playing a major role in the development of prosthetics and devices for human augmentation. Once aimed at students and hobbyists, today Arduino technologies offer numerous advantages typical of open source software and hardware that significantly accelerate development and reduce costs.

A Look Forward at the Trends Shaping AI Paul Golata
Many people harbor concerns about the role AI will play in the future. Though we do not yet have to fear machines rising up to completely replace humanity, we must change and adapt to meet the reality of a future in which AI technology emerges as increasingly more integral to the world in which we live.

Securing Embedded Systems in Industrial Environments Jeremy Cook
As industrial machinery becomes more and more automated, engineers and IT personnel must take security into account. Engineers must also design hardware with security in mind, a task made easier with Maxim’s DeepCover Security Reference Design.

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.

HUGE Bot Smashes Competitors Erik Smith
BattleBots is back, and one team has made a HUGE impact using a unique design. Sponsored by Mouser Electronics, Team HUGE is currently undefeated, with angry-robot-eyes set on the prize! We interviewed the team to learn about HUGE’s design, then added a miniature HUGE papercraft for you to build.

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