IoT & Smart Cities

January 2023
Don’t Overlook These Keys to Optimized Converter Performance

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Figure 1: Typical Isat and Irms Ratings

­Inductors function as circuit elements by reaction to current flow in the windings. Inductors are fundamentally current-driven devices, and anyone who has designed a dc-dc converter knows power inductor datasheets are covered with Irms and Isat current ratings. Picking a power inductor is all about current ratin
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Date:
01/31/2023
Connected Vehicles to Surpass 367 Million Globally by 2027, as 5G Unlocks Data-heavy Use Cases

Connected Vehicles to Surpass 367 Million Globally by 2027, as 5G Unlocks Data-heavy Use Cases

­A new Juniper Research study found that the number of connected vehicles in service will reach 367 million globally in 2027, from 192 million in 2023. This growth of 91% will be driven by the advancement of both ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems) and increasing the capabilities of in-vehicle in
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Date:
01/09/2023
Smarter Digital Transformation Module Includes Machine Learning-Enabled ICM-45686-S IMU

TDK announces SmartBug 2.0 – a smarter digital transformation module, now with machine learning enabled ICM-45686-S IMU

­TDK Corporation announces the InvenSense SmartBug 2.0 with various new and exciting features for consumer and IoT applications as a smart remote data-collection module for IoT after the success of the original SmartBug in 2019. “SmartBug 2.0 will take digital transformation to the next level by not only be
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Date:
01/05/2023
WirelessCar Reaches 10 Million Connected Cars Worldwide

WirelessCar reaches 10 million connected cars worldwide

­WirelessCar announced a major milestone of reaching ten million connected cars in over 100 countries. Since its founding in 1999, WirelessCar has worked with many of the largest global automakers to develop, deliver and operate digital services worldwide.   Over the past twenty-plus years, Wi
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Date:
01/04/2023
Self-Powered, Printable Smart Sensors Created From Emerging Semiconductors Could Mean Cheaper, Greener IoT

Simon Fraser University professor Vincenzo Pecunia

­Creating smart sensors to embed in our everyday objects and environments for the Internet of Things (IoT) would vastly improve daily life—but requires trillions of such small devices. Simon Fraser University professor Vincenzo Pecunia believes that emerging alternative semiconductors that are printable, lo
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Date:
01/03/2023
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