IoT & Smart Cities

December 2022
A Greener Internet of Things with no Wires Attached

Wirelessly powered electronics developed by KAUST researchers could help to make internet of things technology more environmentally friendly.

­Emerging forms of thin-film device technologies that rely on alternative semiconductor materials, such as printable organics, nanocarbon allotropes and metal oxides, could contribute to a more economically and environmentally sustainable internet of things (IoT), a KAUST-led international team suggests. The IoT is se
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Date:
12/29/2022

Smallest IP67-Rated Tactile Switch Available Provides Greater Design Flexibility

Smallest IP67-Rated Tactile Switch Available Provides Greater Design Flexibility

­Littelfuse, Inc. announced the new C&K Switches NanoT product line, a series of miniature, surface-mounted, very low profile, waterproof tactile switches.  Smart wearables, health monitoring devices, and other battery-powered IoT devices are driving the need for a higher density o
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Date:
12/06/2022
i-ToF Imager Based on Infineon's Novel Pixel Technology Boosts 3D Camera System Performance

i-ToF Imager Based on Infineon's Novel Pixel Technology Boosts 3D Camera System Performance

­Infineon Technologies AG in cooperation with 3D Time-of-Flight specialist and premium partner pmdtechnologies is introducing the IRS2975C imager sensor, a performance-push evolution of the IRS2875C. The imager works according to the Time-of-Flight (ToF) principle known as indirect ToF (i-ToF) and is the first in
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Date:
12/02/2022
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